Cruise passengers’ gateway to the Costa Daurada
The Port of Tarragona is attaining and strengthening its position in the sector as a Port of Call for small and medium-sized cruise ships seeking differentiation and exclusivity in terms of a destination. Tarragona is an excellent destination for including in Mediterranean cruise itineraries. Thanks to its Roman archaeological legacy, Tarragona has been declared a world heritage site by UNESCO.
One of our current priorities is to develop the Port as a Homeport for cruise ship tourism, and our main goal is to be able to offer a quality service that is optimal for the requirements of the cruise companies.
A Port that is prepared
Good infrastructure and operations specialising in the arrival and departure of the cruise ships; ease of access and communication between the terminal, the city and the rest of the area, and a wide range of added value services, characterise the stay in our Port and in our city.
A dock exclusively for cruise ships
Attractive discounts on Port tariffs
Exclusive access via the outer Port
Easy mooring operations
Quick and easy administrative procedures
Parking and waiting area for buses
Free tourist information on board
Possibility of a shuttle to the city centre
In 2013 the cruise project went from being something purely concerning the port, and evolved into a strategy for the whole area. The cruise board was set up, led by the Port of Tarragona and made up of all the parties involved in the arrival and consolidation of the cruise industry:
The Tarragona Cruise Port Costa Daurada brand was set up in 2013.
Specialised mooring points
Llevant DockCruise Terminal Waiting Area: Adapted for people with reduced mobility, access to Wifi network and two waiting rooms. High quality services and care for greater and better cruise passenger comfort. Mooring length of 707m, suitable for all kinds of cruise ships with draughts of up to 19 metres, with no size limit in terms of width and length. Craft and vessels with draught of up to 19 metres.
Prats DockNew Cruise Terminal: Under development and expected to be operating from 2020 onwards
Future Cruise Ship TerminalIt will have a terminal and a concourse for cruise ships. It is expected to come into operation in the medium term, when the temporary terminal that will be located at the Prats outer harbour wall has consolidated the cruise ship project.
A sector with a future
The Port of Tarragona’s 2016 cruise season has been the best season so far. The figures point to a consolidation of this traffic in our area and a trend towards growth.
Cruise ship arrivials since 2012
In 2016, 22 cruise ships arrived to the Port of Tarragona, with more than 13,000 cruise passengers.
In the immediate future, this is the forecast for cruise ship arrivals for 2017.2017 Cruise Ship Forecast
Who do we work with?
AARUS MARÍTIMA SA
C/ Pompeu Fabra 3, 43004 Tarragona
977 250 610 | Fax: 977 241 478
BERGÉ MARÍTIMA SL
Moll de Cantabria 43004 Tarragona
977 550 500 | Fax: 977 270 587
CARALB MARÍTMA SA
C/ Unió, 31 2º 2º 43004 Tarragona
977 251 642 | Fax: 977 219 868
MARITÍMA DEL MEDITERRANEO SA( MARMEDSA)
C/ Comerç, 7 43004 Tarragona
977 252 546 | Fax: 977 236 212
PÉREZ Y CIA., S.L.
C/ Castellarnau, 14, 5º-7ª Tarragona
977 217 156 | Fax: 977 225 143
C/ Reial 23, 1º 43004 Tarragona
977 250 033 | Fax: 977 224 468
C/ Santiyán, 2, 43004 Tarragona
977 242 814
Commercial and Business Development Department
Sandra Domènech Molné
+34 977 259 400 | Ext. 1336
Tarragona Cruise Port Costa Daurada Official Website