SENIGALLIA AND ITS PORT
Welcome to Senigallia, an old town on the Adriatic coast with a rich historical and artistic heritage of great beauty.
The urban texture of the city is made of stories, traditions, artistic heritage and monuments, such as churches, museums, palaces, squares and the famous Rocca Roveresca.
The harbor is named after the Della Rovere family that ruled the city in the 16th century, defining its identity and geo-political role for centuries.
The port is an essential element of the skyline in the Neoclassic part of the city, together with the Misa river that flows between monumental embankments.
PORT OF SENIGALLIA
The port has been redesigned in recent years to be both beautiful and functional.
It is perfect for stopovers, for travelers following the Adriatic routes, and for those heading to the entry ports of Croatia, such as Losinj, Veli Rat and Split.
No. 260 berths with laid mooring with maximum length of 18.00 m
Mid-sea draught 2.20 m.
Mud and sand bottom
Shipyards and Assistance
Porto della Rovere can accommodate 260 boats up to 18 m in length.
Wind and Sea
Harbor Office Radio
In the heart of the Marches.
Everything is close, pleasant and connected, worth of visiting and remembering.
Everything you need is around you.