Spanish Ports

Spanish Ports
Pasajes, San Sebastian, Zumaya, Santurce, Portugalete—Bilbao, Las Arenas—Bilbao, El Desierto— Bilbao, Castro Urdiales, Santander, Gijon, Musel, Aviles, San Esteban, El Ferrol del Caudillo, La Coruna, Villegarcia, Pontevedra, Marin, Vigo, Santa Cruz de Tenerife and La Luz Gran Canaria (on the Canary Islands), Huelva, Bonanza, Coria del Rio, Sevilla, Rota, Cadiz, Algeciras, Malaga, Motril, Adra, Almeria, Cartagena, Alicante, Valencia, Castellon de la Plana, Tarragona, Barcelona, Palamos, (and on the Balearic Islands—lbiza, Palma, Mahon)

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