Pasaia Port

We are working with you to draw up the maritime lines of the future

Vista aérea del puerto de Pasajes

Competitive advantages of Pasaia Port

Together we will get where we want to be Pasaia

We want to be Pasaia qualifies to be a relevant player in intermodal solutions.

Its strategic connections with the Iberian Peninsula, Central Europe and the British Isles, as well as its capacity to make the most of its infrastructures, make Pasaia a multipurpose port capable of transferring merchandise in a highly competitively way regarding costs and times.

However, Pasaia is also aware of its growth potential and for this reason it is embarking on an ambitious improvement plan, which, among others, focuses on adapting the available spaces as a way to encourage business development and adapting the railway infrastructures to the UIC gauge. Likewise, the port needs to better communicate its strengths, e.g. its capacity to work with more than 85% of merchant ships dedicated to SSS (Short Sea Shipping).

The port-city link has become the central hub of the port's transformation. The works undertaken around La Herrera-Trintxerpe, included in the review of the Special Port Ordinance Plan approved in June 2018, reflect our desire to successfully combine economic and social activity.    

Strong Points: 

  • Possibility to work 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
  • Agile, flexible and safe port.
  • Capacity to receive boats of up to 185 metres.
  • Train connections: extension of the rail yard, adapting the tracks to the international standard width.
  • 5.5 hectares for new economic activities


Pasaia Port: Entrance to the harbour. 180 metres width. 0,5 knots of maximun registered current.


Federal Margaree exits from the Pasaia's harbour, a 185 metres length bulk carrier; dedicated to the SSS (Short Sea Shipping) and able to work in this basque harbour.


Pasaia. Train connections: projected the extension of the rail yard