Ports of Friuli

If you have a sail boat or a motor cruiser and are looking for a port in the Adriatic, then below is a definitive list of all the options available to you in Friuli Venezia Giulia.

There are 130 km of coast and berths for 15.000 craft in the most northernly zone of the Mediterranean sea.

Choose from the fabulous lagoons of Marano and Grado or the Roman town of Aquileia, declared “Patrimonio dell’Umanità” by UNESCO.

Also look out for the 'Barcolana', the traditional mid-October regatta appointment in the Gulf of Trieste where 2000 sail boats compete in this annual event. www.barcolana.it

Moor Here

  • Porto Vecchio – Lignano
  • Marina Punta Faro – Lignano Sabbiadoro
  • Marina Punta Verde - Lignano
  • Marina Uno - Lignano
  • Circolo Nautico - Aprilia Marittima
  • Marina Caponord – Aprilia Marittima
  • Marina Punta Gabbiani – Aprilia Marittima
  • Cantieri Marina San Giorgio – Aprilia Marittima
  • Marina S. Andrea – San Giorgio di Nogaro
  • Capan River Porto - San Giorgio di Nogaro
  • Centro Nautico San Marco – Grado
  • Tenuta Primero - Grado
  • Navigare 2000 – Grado
  • Marina Aquileia – Aquileia
  • Marina Hannibal – Monfalcone
  • Marina Lepanto Yachting Service – Monfalcone
  • Nautec Mare e Ocean Marine – Monfalcone
  • Marina San Giusto – Trieste
  • Porto San Rocco – Trieste
  • Porto Maran – Marano
  • Marina Stella – Palazzolo Porto San Vito – Grado
More in this category: « Guide to Trieste Sacile »

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