Nestled between the amazing territory of the Maremma and the Tuscan Archipelago, just a few miles from the island of Elba, Marina di Scarlino (Grosseto) is one of the safest and most protected marinas in the Mediterranean. The port has 580 berths from 10 to 36 meters, additional 380 for boats up to 12 meters located along the adjacent port channel and up to 4 meters of draft. For easier and safer on-board access, "fingers" moorings are available, one of the added values of the port. Born and developed as Marina Resort & Boatyard, Marina di Scarlino is a rare example of an integrated offer. Its guests can enjoy a variety of services not only for boating but also hotel-accommodation facilities, shops, bars, restaurants, swimming pool, beauty center, beach club and participation in recreational-sporting activities.

At the arrival, please contact:


Paolo Feliciani       +39 338 2684 127

Elisabetta Orienti    +39 328 0020 586


The Marina can be easily accessed by trains arriving in "Follonica" train station,

7 km far from the entrance of the Marina.


Pisa Airport (120 km) - Firenze Airport (160 km)   

“Leonardo da Vinci “ Roma Airport  (200 km)


From NORTH: Highway n°1 "Variazione Aurelia", exit “Follonica Nord”,

towards “Castiglione della Pescaia”, arrival in Scarlino.  


From SOUTH: : Highway n°1 "Variazione Aurelia", exit “Gavorrano Scalo”,

towards “Bagno di Gavorrano” and then “Castiglione della Pescaia”, arrival in Scarlino.


Follonica - 5 km - small town with a strong tourist tradition, it develops along the beach of the gulf in front of the island of Elba immersed in a lush pine forest. It is a destination appreciated both by families for the tranquility of the place and the easy access to the beach, and by the guys for the many clubs that liven up the summer nights. In the immediate closeness numerous medieval villages, archaeological sites, and the nature of the Maremma provide countless alternatives to sea days.

Rocca Aldobrandesca - 8 km - it is located in a dominant position compared to the town area, the current complex consists of three different corner towers, joined together by a series of walls of different heights. The entire complex, entirely covered in stone, rests on much older structures that bear witness to the high medieval origins of the castle. The village of Scarlino developed from the thirteenth century as a fortress of the Aldobrandeschi.

Castiglioncello - 70 km - small village in the province of Livorno, known all over the world especially for the beauty of its coastline. The coastline is formed by rocks that are thrown into the sea, spaced by small bays that reveal enchanting beaches bathed by clear and transparent water.


seabed: muddy and sandy, port 2.5 - 4.5 m / dock 2 - 4.20 m

VHF: CH 72 (h 24 service)

moorings: 580 

winds: I, II and IV quadrant

42° 53′ 10” N 10° 47′ 10” E

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