Ports of Spain
The Port of Cartagena is located in the southeast coast of Spain, a privileged geographic location for the main cargo lines in the East-West and North-South maritime routes. It is made up of two ports,
Cartagena and Escombreras, both perfectly connected with the Spanish highway and railroad networks. Cartagena handles a wide variety of cargo: break bulk, project cargo, container, perishable goods and livestock.
The port is linked to the rest of the world by excellent land and sea transport networks and offers the necessary infrastructure and port facilities to provide complete logistic services.