Marina di Ragusa (Sicily Italy)

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Marina di Ragusa cruise port

Mediterranean - Black Sea

Local Time
2024-07-21 16:05

min: 75 °F (24 °C) / max: 96 °F (36 °C) 84°F
Wind: 282°/ 4 m/s  Gust: 6 m/sWind: 282°/ 4 m/s  Gust: 6 m/sGentle breeze
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Min / Max Temperature96 °F / 36 °C
75 °F / 24 °C
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Marina di Ragusa (aka Mazzarelli until 1928) is the port serving Ragusa City/Ragusa province's capital) on Italy's Sicily Island in the central Mediterranean. The small town has population around 4,000 (permanent residents) but during the peak summer season, its population reaches 60,000+.

Port Ragusa (locode ITM2R/officially named Porto Turistico Marina di Ragusa) can handle/provides berthing for vessels with max LOA length 55 m / 180 ft and max draft 5 m / 16 ft. The Marina has capacity to accommodate 800+ vessels (berths/slots for berthing yachts and boats) and is well-protected from all sides. Larger vessels (ferries and cruise ships) anchor at sea and transport their passengers to Marina di Ragusa via the ship's tender boats.

The Port provides modern services, amenities and facilities, including a car parking area, a boat repair yard (CMR Cantiere Navale) for technical assistance and refitting, a petrol station, mooring assistance, bunkering, freshwater supply, wastewater, management (garbage and sewage), reception (infopoint, check-in, concierge services), public restrooms (toilets and showers), leisure/shopping zone (stores, pubs, restaurants, supermarket, bar), golf-car service, self-service laundry facility, also Italian Coast Guard offices.

The 2009-opened Port Ragusa is currently Sicily's biggest tourist port. The Port serves regularly scheduled daily ferry crossings to Malta. Marina di Ragusa is directly opposite Malta Island (approx 180 km / 115 mi to the north of Valletta). The distance from the Marina to Ragusa City is approx 24 km / 15 mi (to the north). The nearest towns are Santa Croce Camerina (north) and Scicli (northeast).

Daily scheduled buses link the Marina to Ragusa and Catania, as well as to Comiso Airport (approx 30 km / 18 mi to the north). The Ragusa Mare road connects directly Ragusa City with Marina di Ragusa. Comiso Airport is just 15 km / 10 mi from the city. Currently, Comiso Airport serves regular flights by the airlines AeroItalia (linking with Rome, Milan, Forli), Wizz Air (to Tirana Albania and Milano) and EasyJet (to Milano).

Traditionally for the coastal communities of Sicily, Ragusa's economy is heavily based on tourism. The destination is famous for its high-quality beaches, hotels, nightclubs, bars and restaurants. Camping sites are also available.