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Monaco Genoa


Portno Savona e es alvi a Oristano


La Spezia Livorno


Bastia


Santa Teresa Golfo Aranci Olbia


Pesaro Ancona Portoferraio Italy Civitavecchia Ortona


Manfredonia Barletta


Naples Castellammare di Stabia Salerno Cagliari Palermo Milazzo Bizerte ette Tunis Trapani Porto Empedocle


Termini Imerese


Messina ANCONA, ITALY Must see tourist attractions


• Ancona city centre and beach (5min) • Conero riviera and natural park (30min) • Jesi historical town centre and vineyards (40min)


• Frasassi caves (60min)


• Urbino ancient city centre (UNESCO) (90min)


The port of Ancona is located in a strategic position. Ancona is the capital of Marche region, a territory rich in history, and extremely various: mountains, hills, and beaches are concentrated in a relatively small territory characterised by a culture made of quality of life, respect for the environment, beauty and solid entrepreneurship tradition. The town welcomes the cruise passengers with its historical centre just few steps away from the cruise terminal.


Ancona was founded in the 4th Century BC and the heritage of the Greek, Roman and Byzantine civilizations can be found from the port, with the wonderful architecture of the Trajan arch in the Old port area. The cathedral of the XI century, the church of St. Maria and the Lazzaretto of the Vanvitelli in


port represent other expressions of the cultural heritage of the town, while the archaeological museum and the recently reopened art gallery are relevant tourist attractions. The town centre is the place for shopping and to enjoy local food specialities, while the small beach of Passetto on the eastern side of the town is a wonderful place to spend time at the seaside, surrounded by the green hills along the coast. The beach is easily accessible from the town thanks to the renovated panoramic lift. Close to the town, the Conero Riviera and the natural park offer wonderful beaches and nature. Other famous attractions close to Ancona include the system of caves of Frasassi, the town centre of Urbino, UNESCO World heritage site, and the town of Jesi. Many other sites wait to be discovered.


Bari Taranto


Mon B


Corigliano Calabro Crotone


Zadar Sibenik


Split Korcul


Slovenia Koper


Venice Rijeka


Croatia


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: 275mtr Width: no limit Draught: 10.5mtr


Anchorage Available: no


Quays


Total number of quays: 11 for pax traffic Total length of quays: 1,770mtr Quay depth: up to 10.5mtr Passenger terminals: 1 dedicated cruise terminal


Distances/Transportation City centre: port is in the centre of Ancona Airport: Marche International Airport 18km Railway station: 1.5km


Mailing Address


Central Adriatic Ports Authority Molo S. Maria 60121 Ancona


Wwww.porto.ancona.it


Main Contact Guido Vettorel


Head of the Development, Promotion & Statistics Office E vettorel@porto.ancona.it P +39 071 207 8959 F +39 071 207 8940 M+39 335 136 2931


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High speed trains available Traffic


Total cruise passengers 2017: 52,086 Total cruise calls 2017: 28 Total cruise lines 2017: 7 Turnaround port? yes


PORT FACTS


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