The Port of Figueira da Foz is at the service of the various industrial sectors in the Central Region, serving the vast economic hinterland of central Portugal and of Castile and Leon, in Spain.
With an excellent network of road-rail accessibility, it promotes intermodality and increases its logistical supply capacity.
The Port’s movement conditions and the available areas enable it to expand, and, for this purpose, projects to deepen the bar, navigation channel and manoeuvring basin of the Port have been planned. This will permit the entry of vessels up to 140m in length and 8m of draught.
With excellent road accessibility, the Port of Figueira da Foz is served by the main national roadways, specifically, motorways, which connect it to the main cities of the country and Spain.
In terms of rail connections, the Port of Figueira da Foz is connected to the national network through an electrified rail, with connection to the Trans-European Transport Network corridor (section of the Atlantic Corridor).
- Atlantic Corridor;
- Northern Line (Portugal);
- Western Line (Portugal);
- Beira Alta Line (Spain)
Currently the Port of Figueira da Foz has unrestricted conditions to receive ships with the following characteristics:
- Maximum draught of up to 6.5m;
- Maximum length: up to 120m.