LatitudeLat 41� 23' 17'' N
LongitudeLong 16� 7' 51'' E
Sea Bottomssand and seaweeds
Port Entrance Times24 h/24
Max Boat Length10 m
DangersWhile entering the port, please be careful to low bottoms, low tide and winds.
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The port of Margherita di Savoia is actually a marina since it doesn't have the typical functions and intentions of a normal tourist, bathing or industrial port. Featuring a nice appearance, the port facility is rather a fishing port which gives the surrounding coastal territory a marine profile.
The province of Foggia is, in fact, popular for its bathing life also thanks to the famous neighbouring city of Manfredonia.
The port is made up of two long docks where, however, boats can't dock. They are allowed to use the other two smaller docks which shelter the entrance of the wet dock, specifically reserved for fishing boats.
The port can receive 200 boats up to 10 m. Its services are all dedicated to fishing boats and include water, electricity, a slipway, a crane, toilets, engine and electric repairs.
The port also offers a wet dock for recreational boats, some nautical facilities and a fuel tanker, managed by the Nautical Centre "Margherita di Savoia" and Sport Nautica BIemme.
Among the port facilities available in Puglia, the marina is considered an excellent reference point for professional sailors and fishermen. In fact, many boats coming from the port of Gargano often find here an alternative place where to dock. Moreover, the municipality of Margherita di savoia has Marina Cala delle Sirene, equipped with excellent services.
The port facility of Margherita di Savoia is suited for experts. While entering the port, sandy bottom, low tides and northerly winds can be, in fact, very insidious, especially between the two docks.
So, the port of Margherita di Savoia can be also considered as a marina even if it hides a very functional strong identity and offers an excellent reference point for both recreational and fishing boats sailing between Manfredonia and Foggia.