Douro: A channel for the territory


The Douro Waterway, in the north of Portugal, stretches for 208 km between the mouth of the Douro River and Barca D'Alva.

This region offers exceptional landscapes all along the river, accompanied by vineyards and their traditional 18th-century wine cellars, medieval houses, palatial farms, spectacular cathedrals, baroque churches and surprising modern-style avenues.

In addition to its natural beauty, the Douro offers river sports such as rowing, sailing, canoeing and motor boating.

View Of The Vineyards Of The Douro Valley With Autumn Cores Portugal




United by progress, committed to the planet


The Port of Leixões is one of the most versatile and competitive infrastructures in northern Portugal. The economic and industrial density of the companies located in its hinterland make Leixões a port of reference for the logistics chains on the Atlantic coast of the Iberian Peninsula.

Committed to boosting the region's economy


The Port of Viana do Castelo has a long history that goes back to the Roman occupation, extends through the Age of Discovery and continues to the present day.

Equipped with excellent infrastructures and able to meet the demands of demand, the port of Viana do Castelo is a key factor in attracting investment and a strategic instrument for the socio-economic development of the region.

Shipyards And Cargo Port Of Viana Do Castelo In Portugal At Sunset


Port of Leixões Logistics Platform

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Freight Railway Terminals

Transporte rápido e sustentável

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Porto Cruise Terminal

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Training Center

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Health Centre

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Corporate Spaces