Lisbon port is the main seaport of Portugal situated on the banks of river Tagus that handles most of the country’s trade.
The port lies on the western coastline of Portugal that deals with general cargo exports, paper pulp, fish and other imports.
Leixoes port is one of the essential ports in Portugal that serves the country’s northern region by handling containerized cargo.
Setubal port lies on the estuary of the Sado river and is Portugal’s main port facility for handling ro-ro vessels.
Sines port lies on the western coast of Portugal, north of Sines bay and is a deepwater port that can receive the biggest ships.