Asturias Sea

El Musel (the Port of Gijón) is able to receive cruise ships of any size. Companies such as P&O, Swan Hellenic or Hapag Lloyd choose the Port of Gijón every year for their calls in the Atlantic European Coast. The following areas are available for cruise vessels:

Moliner quay: 313 m berthing with 14 m draught.

7ª Alignment: 326 m with 12 m draught.

Espigón II. South alignment. 360 m berth with 9 m draught.

These locations allow a high degree of access control, with security guaranteed for both vessels and passengers alike. The city centre is only 4 km (2.5 mi) away and the Port Authority provides dedicated coach connection allowing passengers to take advantage of the cultural, gastronomic and commercial opportunities that Gijón has to offer.

Between 2010 and 2014, the city of Gijón was connected by ferry with the French city of Nantes. This connection was also known as the “sea highway” and it had a frequency of two ferries per day in both directions. The route was cancelled in September 2014.

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