Link to GISWEB tool, on will see online the situation of berth vessels in Tarragona Port.
The civic and cultural use to which the port already devoted the Costa Dock provided a solid argument for locating the new facility there. An old shelter warehouse was transformed to house the permanent exhibition, and, true to its surroundings, the museum has been recovering and safeguarding the region’s port and maritime heritage ever since
The port archive was set up in order to safeguard documentary heritage regarding the port’s administration since its origin up to the present day. It opened to the public on 4 July 1990 during the bicentenary celebrations of the modern port. At the time, it was conceived as a historical archive, although it also came to house the administration’s documentation.
The cultural agenda lets people know the involvement of the Port of Tarragona with the city and makes information about events of cultural interest taking place in the Port areas such as Moll de Costa, Museu del Port de Tarragona, Tinglados, the maritime district of El Serrallo and other places.
You can use this link to see the online meteorological data of either of these weather Port stations, which are located in Port Control and on the Reus Wharf.
The Publications Service of the Port of Tarragona has an updated search publications, offering the ability to search works by title, author or keyword. This is a significant improvement when it comes to quickly search a large number of documents, and means to facilitate public consultation.