Huelva Ferry Port
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Huelva port facilities
The Port of Huelva is a very small port in Spain. It is located in southwestern Spain. It is divided in two sectors: the inner port (in the city) and the outer port (the main one). Inner Port (one wharf). Constructed in 1972, the East Wharf, replaced constructed harbour facilities of inferior quality between 1900 and 1910. At the moment it is the wharf used for smaller traffic including tourist boats.
Outer Port (six wharves). Was built starting in 1965, to the south of the River Tinto. The ferry dock is located in the Exterior Port (Puerto Exterior). There is a free bus service that will take you from the Exterior Port to Huelva city centre on arrival, and from Huelva to the Exterior Port for the departure.
The departure of the bus from the dock to the city is on Friday when the ferry arrives, and the departure from the city to the dock is on Saturday at 11AM from the Huelva bus station, platform number 23.
Getting to Huelva
Huelva is very well connected to the rest of Spain. It's only one hour away from Seville taking the motorway A-49.
Polígono Industrial Puerto Exterior, Muelle sur s/n , Palos de la Frontera, Huelva 21001, Spain
02 Jul 2018Pet travel
I found the ferry suitable for my needs and the facilities for the pets was adequate but very cold and windy as the cages were all on the top deck. It was just a wind tunnel. Whilst I found most pet owners were very careful and cleaned up after their pooches there were a few who disregarded the rules and left their pets excrement for the staff to clean up. They were reminded often to keep dogs on a lead but totally disregarded the rules, spoiling it for others and causing more work for the already busy staff. Well,done to them.
Review by JEAN SHADE