Castellon Port is a seaport located in the province of Castellon, in the Valencian Community, on the east coast of Spain. The port is situated on the Mediterranean Sea and is used for commercial and recreational purposes. Major towns near Castellon Port are Alicante, Benidorm, Valencia, and Murcia. It is a deep-sea port with a total area of 12.6 square kilometers. The port has a capacity of 24 million tons annually and can accommodate ships up to 200,000 DWT. The port has many facilities and services, including a marina, a fish market, a passenger terminal, and a cargo terminal. There are also some restaurants and bars in the area. Castellon Port is a popular destination for locals and tourists and is well-connected to the rest of Spain by road and rail.
Export/Import Requirements are as follows:
All products exported from Castellon Port must comply with Spanish and European Union (EU) laws and regulations.
Exporters must obtain licenses and permits from the Spanish government.
Exporters/Importers must provide the following documents to the shipping company or freight forwarder:
AddressMuelle Serrano Lloberes, s/n Grao de Castellon 12100 Spain
Port AuthorityAutoridad Portuaria de Castellon
Phone964 28 11 40
Fax964 28 14 11
Coordinates39º 58′ 0” N, 0º 0′ 33” E
Channel31 – 35 feet 9.4 – 10 meters
Cargo Pier26 – 30 feet 7.1 – 9.1 meters
Anchorage36 – 40 feet 11 – 12.2 meters
Oil Terminal56 – 60 feet 17.1 – 18.2 meters
Harbor SizeVery Small
Max Vessel SizeUp to 500 feet in length
Harbor TypeCoastal Breakwater
0-24 Ton Lifts
25-49 Ton Lifts
50-100 Ton Lifts
100+ Ton Lifts
and Highly reliable