MARINA DI NETTUNO (ROME)
The Marina di Nettuno is one of the best equipped Marinas in Italy with an extensive boatyard, provides many services, including mooring assistance, bars, pizzerias, restaurants, a car rental, nautical equipment stores and facilities walking distance from docks and also a private equipped beach accessible directly from the Marina.
At your arrival, please contact:
Francesco De Luca
Train from Roma Termini Station to "Nettuno" (only 150 meters far from the Marina)
Roma Fiumicino “Leonardo da Vinci “ and Roma Ciampino Airports.
A 60 minutes transfer will make your arrival aboard simple and comfortable.
From Grande Raccordo Anulare di Roma (G.R.A.), take the Highway 148 (Pontina). Suggested exit Campoverde Nord - towards Nettuno (12 km).
WHAT TO VISIT
Borgo Medievale - 250 m - the old part of Nettuno which includes the ancient castle, the true historical center of the city, is perched above the sea and is built inside the walls of the old city surrounded by imposing cylindrical towers dating back to the end of the fourteenth century.
Anzio - 3 km - is one of the most famous and most visited seaside tourist destinations in Lazio. Its past rich in historical events has increased its historical and cultural heritage over time. Among the archaeological sites of Anzio, the most famous is undoubtedly the Villa di Nerone, which became the residence of the emperor extending for 800 meters along the coastal strip to Capo d’Anzio.
Torre Astura - 12 km - at the time the town was the site of an ancient Roman port and the remains of a 15-square-meter fish pond surfaced from the surface of the sea. The island was connected to the mainland by a brick arched bridge and now, its ruins are protected and surrounded by the sea. Once the site of one of the villas of Cicero, it has been a very popular location since the days of ancient Rome.
INFO ABOUT THE MARINA
Seabed: sandy, from 3 to 5 m
VHF: CH 09 (h 24 service)
Moorings: about 1.000
Winds: SW, WSW
41°26',62 N 12°38',38 E