Port
Aviles, Spain
Aviles is a port city in Asturias, Spain. Aviles runs longitudinally on a narrow and level stretch of land near the "Aviles' canyon" where it faces the Bay of Biscay to the north whilst sitting to the west of Cape Penas. The Penas river is one of two rivers that run through the town. The old town is set off the left hand bank of the river.
Aviles’ location places it only a short distance from the other two major cities of Asturias, namely Gijon and Oviedo, and provides it with access to local beaches and the ocean.

The main attraction in Aviles is its historic old town. Within the historic quarter of Aviles there are a number of streets that are of particular tourist interest and many interconnect through courtyards and plazas as well as the town’s central park.


Things to see and do

* Old town
* Central Park
* Historic architecture
* Local beaches
* Plaza de Espana and the Plaza de Mercado

Cruise Season – Jan - Dec
Currency – Euro (EUR)
Language – Spanish
Land Area – 26.81 km²
Population – 85,000 approx
Electricity – 2 round pins European style
Time – GMT plus one hour
International Country Telephone Code – + 34

Port Location – The port is located approximately 5km from the town centre of Aviles.

Transport Links – You can get in Avilés by plane the airport is near the city and well connected by bus and highway) The mail bus company, Alsa, connects the city with all the provinces and the most important cities in the country. There're also daily bus services every 30 minutes between Oviedo, Avilés and Gijón.

You can also get there by train. There are two companies, FEVE and RENFE. The first links the city with Gijón, the west of the province, the north coast os Spain and Galicia. The another one, RENFE, goes to Oviedo, the south of the province and the rest of the country.
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