The Port of Bayonne is in a privileged location. Equidistant between the ports of Bordeaux and Bilbao, and at the intersection of two motorways (north/south and east/west), it is also directly linked to the European railway network. In late 2015, a local railway operator (OFP SUD-OUEST) consolidated the port’s multimodal services.
The Port of Bayonne has 56.6 hectares of available land at its 3 terminals.
This site is located on the Adour river’s right bank, in the municipality of Tarnos (Landes).
Covering 17 ha, it is located at the entrance of the port and provides excellent navigational conditions. It is part of a uniform industrial environment which includes a steel plant, a storage terminal for liquid chemicals (SEVESO), a fertiliser plant and a rolling mill.
This terminal provides optimal navigational characteristics, including the best in the Port of Bayonne: deep water dock + downstream European dock: 360 metres, draft: 9.50 m.
The port’s railway lines run alongside the docks, enabling stevedoring operations directly on the waterfront, close to the site which can be linked to the rail network.
The site is located just 9 km from the A63 motorway junction (Paris/ Madrid).
Saint Bernard terminal
Covering 37 ha, it is located upstream from the port. This city-port interface is perfect for light industry, innovative technologies, solid bulk and container logistics, as well as ro-ro services.
This site is located on the Adour river’s right bank, in the municipality of Bayonne (Atlantic Pyrenees). It is currently home to various types of solid bulk commodities: wood and by-products, quartz, particle board, and has an ideal platform for heavy packages and containers, as well as a ro-ro terminal.
The site has a 4000 m2 waterfront warehouse suitable for all types of commodities.
Located upstream from the port (6 km from the entrance), the Saint Bernard terminal has a 128 m dock and 7 metre draft.
The terminal provides direct access from Bayonne shunting yard and provides two dockside sidings for waterfront stevedoring operations.
The site is located just 13 km from the A63 motorway junction (Paris/ Madrid).
Covering 15 ha, it is located at the entrance to the port and provides excellent navigational conditions. It is part of a uniform industrial environment with a sulphur-melting plant, a terminal for fertiliser packaging and other products for the agri-food sector, as well as three logistic warehouses. It is currently home to a scheduled conventional shipping line to North Africa and various bulk solid and liquid commodities: sulphur, sawn timber, fertilisers, corn.
The site has several waterfront storage warehouses covering 8 600 m2 for different types of commodities.
This site is located on the Adour river’s left bank, in the municipality of Anglet (Atlantic Pyrenees).
This terminal provides optimal navigational characteristics and docks are well sheltered.
The railway serving the terminal enables waterfront stevedoring operations.
The site is located just 14 km from the A63 motorway junction (Paris / Madrid).