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The berth for your yacht in the brand new marina in the heart of Mediterranean Sea
In the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, just 15 km from Pisa and its airport, the new port of Pisa will blow you away with its first class facilities and access to fantastic cruising areas
Completed in 2013 with 344 berths for yachts from 26 up to 164 ft, the new touristic port was realized between the wonderful nature park of S. Rossore and the village Marina di Pisa and represents the natural door to the Tyrrhenian Sea and its amazing islands.
The port is equipped with all the most modern facilities and infrastructure necessary to support your unforgettable experience. The north wharf is a wide public promenade, which extends for hundred meters towards the sea, surrounded by vegetation, giving the possibility to admire the amazing landscape with the Apuane mountains on the background.
On the opposite side, the south wharf is developed on two levels: a second promenade joining a small squared with trees and garden seats and several car garages, perfectly integrated in the marina infrastructure, in order to facilitate the access of the guests to their yachts. Beyond a little square, with trees and garden seats, opens onto the port.
The port's basin depth is contained between 3.5 and 5.0 meters.
In the hexagonal platform in the middle of the water there is Fuori Onda, a beautiful restaurant where you can enjoy typical italian food in a unique atmosphere. In the near future the marina will be completed with boutiques, shops, additional service facilities and exclusive properties.
The port is very close to Pisa and its International airport Galileo Galilei, directly connected to all European countries by 16 airlines. You can also fly into Florence, 1 hour drive from Pisa or even Genua, which is 2 hours away.
From Pisa you can easily get in short time all the main historical cities of Tuscany, as Florence, Lucca, Siena and their famous hills, enjoying culture and landscape. The stunning Tuscan Archipelago is within reach, as well as the beautiful Corsica or the glamourous South of France across the Ligurian Sea.