Port of Salacgriva

The Port of Salacgriva is located on the northeastern part of the Gulf of Riga at the mouth of the River Salaca, 100 km from Riga and 13 km from the Latvian-Estonian border.
Salacgriva port is the farthest north port of Latvia. As early as 1368 it was mentioned in historical sources as the port of the Archbishop of Livonia.
Beginning with the second half of 19th century, the Port of Salacgriva becomes an important export port for agricultural products and timber in North Vidzeme.
Salacgriva port gained its second breath after 1991, when the Latvian state regained its independence there arose the possibility to use it not only for fish cargo processing but also for export of regional cargo abroad.
All hydrotechnical structures of the Port of Salacgriva were planned and built according to the requirements of small fishing vessels
On the left bank of the Port of Salacgriva, in 2003,the stevedoring company "Salacgrīvas termināls" started its activities. Stevedoring activities on the right bank have been performed by JSC “Brivais Vilnis” for ten years, its main activity is production, storage and export of fish products.
Tell others
Address: Pērnavas iela 3, Salacgrīva