LatitudeLat 40� 45' 13'' N
LongitudeLong 14� 26' 52'' E
Telephone 2081 862 2978 (Capitaneria di Porto)
Fax Number081.5364136 (Circolo nautico Gi.Ga)
Addressvia Porto -
Useful NumbersCity Hall: 0815358200
Minimum Draught2.5 m
Maximum Draught5 m
Sea Bottomsvolcanic rock, mud
Shelterwinds from the first quadrant
Port Entrance Times24 h/24
Max Boat Length15 m
Near AnchoragesTorre del Greco; Castellammare di Stabia
BansWaters around the port of Torre Annunziata have been delcared no longer bathing by ARPAC in 2015, except in the area near "Lido Azzurro"
DangersPlease pay attention to the cultivations of mussels in the surroundings of the port; when going out of the structure towards South, be careful to a series of non-signaled cliffs - about 200 m far from the coast - up to Castellammare di Stabia
HardshipsII and III quadrant, northerly wind
Weather Forecast Service
Further ServicesIce store and waste collection
Situated south of Torre del Greco and little north of Castellamare di Stabia, the harbour of Torre Annunziata is one among the most crowded commercial ports in Campania.
It consists of a 1,100-metre-long western dock and a 200-metre eastern one, each equipped with quays. The port is completely exposed to southern and south-eastern winds.
A dock in the innermost part of the structure can receive fishing boats and hosts some boat slips. Another dock in the innermost part of the eastern jetty, on the contrary, hosts the offices of the Port Authority and Customs and the old spaces of general markets.
Many areas of the port are managed by some cooperatives, private societies and yachting clubs.
The port is often reached by strong winds coming from the second and third quadrant, which often provoke an insidious undertow in the surrounding waters. Moreover, during the afternoon and in almost all season, northern winds usually blow in the harbour and become northerly wind at night.
When entering the port, please pay attention to the presence of some mooring posts on the left, at the inner breakwater.
Despite the essentialy commercial and fishing function of the harbour, yachtsmen, too, are allowed to moor there.
The piers reserved for recreational boats are located along the western dock and they're usually managed by some yachting clubs.
A yard is available to offer assistance and techical services to yachstmen.
Unfortunately, however, the structure presents no filling station; so, those who need some fuel will be obliged to reach the near harbours of Castellamare or Torre del Greco.
Among the services provided, there's also a grocery store, while many coffee bars, banks and supermarkets are easily reachable in the surroundings.
Those who enter the harbour of Torre Annunziata can certaily enjoy a breath-taking view on Vesuvius and Sorrento Peninsula.
Called "Oplonti" in the past and entirely buried by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD, today Torre Annunziata hosts the excavations of what remains of the ancient Roman city. A railway station is located not far from the port itself. Trains lead to Pompeii, Herculaeum, Naples and Sorrento Coast.
Despite its past "grandeur", the harbour is now living a transition moment. The area, in fact, is under a redevelopment plan which aims to create a link road between the port and the motorway, in addition to the re-opening of the southern entrance of the port, an important dredging work to remove all the actual insidious sandbanks and some general improvements within the harbour.
The Port of Torre Annunziata represents an excellent starting point to visit the beauties of central-southern Campania.