Noyou Port is a map from the Cities: Skylines Airports DLC.
This is a beautiful map with a diverse landscape and fantastic details.
The middle of the map gives you plenty of buildable land, with rivers winding through it and small lakes and wetlands scattered around.
Towards the south is the jagged coastline with a peninsula and islands.
Your first tile gives you a fairly easy start, with lots of flat land and a river running along the right-hand side.
There’s plenty of wind all over this tile.
However, the wind is strongest along the riverbanks and in the small areas of elevated land near the highway, so place any wind turbines there to get max efficiency (8MW).
Unlike the majority of maps, wherein the start tile is in the center of a 5×5 grid, the starting tile on Noyou Port is in the fourth row.
This means there is only one row of purchasable tiles to the south, and three rows to the north.
This map has all four external connection types available:
Your highway connection goes through the middle of the map and branches out into three directions. You’ll find it very easy to get some highway access no matter which part of the map you build towards.
The railway connection can be very hard to see through the fog if you’re zoomed out. It’s actually just west of your starting tile.
Look for the abandoned train station in order to find it.
You’ll only need to purchase one expansion (the tile south of your starting tile) to reach the ship route in the southern sea.
And since this map is from the Airports DLC, it’s not surprising that there’s plenty of flat land here – all perfect for building large custom airport areas, or even just placing basic ploppable airports.
This map has all four natural resource types available (fertile land, forest, oil, and ore).
The four resources are scattered all across the map, and accessible within or near the starting tile.
You’ll find the largest concentration of ore resources in the mountains in the north, and forest resource in the valley below it.
Three out of the four possible fish types are here: anchovy, salmon, and shellfish.
There is no tuna on this map.
You’ll find salmon in the rivers, anchovy in the rivers and near the coastline, and shellfish in the sea.
This tile gives you plenty of buildable space with plenty of resources. You’ll have fertile land, forest, and oil on this tile.
It also gives you access to the junction in the north that connects the two highway routes.
This tile is entirely land except for a tiny portion of a small wetland in the northeast corner.
The land here is very flat, perfect for quickly growing your zones or building airports and other large assets.
This tile is where two rivers converge. You’ll also find the junction that connects your starting tile to the external highway.
Though this tile has the least amount of buildable space of the four, there’s still plenty.
This tile also gives you access to the ship connection.
Both the river and highway run diagonally through this tile.
It’s also rich in resources (with all four resources types present), so this may be a great place for your specialized industry especially considering the convenient location of the highway.
Below are the population targets for each milestone on Noyou Port.