IT IS NOT ENOUGH TO BE JUST ANOTHER MARITIME RECREATION PORT / MARINA.
A NEW CONCEPT IS INTENDED: THE DIFFERENTIATION IN INNOVATION AND NAVIGABILITY 365 DAYS A YEAR!
The capacity of the Olhão Yachting Harbour is currently of 400 places. When we have started the project, we only had 300 places; we reorganized the entire existing area, added 100 more places, and carried out a rigorous maintenance of the existing structure.
As far as the water mirror is concerned, in a second phase, we will expand our Maritime Recreation Port to about 500 mooring stations. Dredging maintenance is also planned throughout the concession area.
In addition to the interventions in the maritime part, we will start, still, in 2018, the construction of all terrestrial infrastructures. These includes nautical services areas, administration, commerce and catering/restaurants and a fueling area, among others.
Our company also intends to follow a set of good environmental practices, to be considered a Green Port, especially regarding the oil and waste management, as well as, with all the activity management involved, which will be more demanding.
INNOVATION IS THE SUCCESSFUL EXPLOITATION OF NEW IDEAS.
The seafront of Olhão and Fuseta is one of the ex-libris and symbol of our municipality. In Olhão you will find, in addition to the two municipal markets, considered unique regarding its architecture in the Iberian Peninsula, two large gardens - Jardim Pescador Olhanense and Patrão Joaquim Lopes – whose characteristics and positioning attracts several events throughout of the year, as well as, many Olhanenses and visitors who go there to enjoy the privileged view and the space for socializing.
The city of Olhão is a lively fishing town, Olhão also houses some of the region's most enchanting scenery and some of the best beaches in Europe.
The city itself is a mixture of scenery and sounds that evidence a life centered on the sea.
Of note are the districts with their characteristic cubist architecture, with rooftop houses showing clearly the Moorish and North African heritage, try not to get lost because the narrow streets form a real labyrinth.
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