Port of Faro

The commercial Port of Faro offers 200m quay length and nearly 14.000m2 of storage area. It is equipped with 3 cranes, 2 forklifts and a 1.000m2 warehouse, being able to receive vessels up to 120m l.o.a., 6,4m of draft and 7.500 DWT.

The cement produced on the Cimpor cement plant, located in Loulé, is the main cargo exported to Algeria and Cabo Verde. The port also handles rocks, iron and tile, exported to Gibraltar, as well as the Algarve's carob, exported to England, the salt from Olhão, the rock-salt from Loulé and tuna fish captured along the Algarve's coast and exported to Japan.

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The Port of Faro is especially endowed for regional development, contributing to the enhancement of the Algarve's economy.