As a regional capital, Puerto Bahía is a wide quote of services, such as the main University in the area, a harbour hub for commerce and industry, the biggest airport in the region and, of course, a transportation hub for highways and railways.
This city acts as the second city in the country. Thus, is here where the main experimental developments are done: most of the main architects an planners can develop their work here. Here are the main buildings in the country, and several of the most interesting planned suburbs from an architectural point of view.
The airport is the work of Paul Andreu, the Ecogreen area is from Jürgen Mayer, the Farbenca district was done from the Perrault study, and so many other architect have given their stamp into the city.
The University has white buildings for classroom and a typical campus:
Panoramic view of Alcalá del Marquesado:
Complex business "ECOGreen":
The Ramon Llull district is an Executive suburb with no street in the same direction as any other.
The Farbenca district, buildings in different colours with open green areas:
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CJ Puerto Bahía
Regional capital in the Atlantic coast