Porto Romano (Porto Vecchio) Marina
Porto Romano (Porto Vecchio) Marina
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Porto Romano (Porto Vecchio)

Latium, Italy
Berth Characteristics
  • 350 berths
  • Max Length 55 m
  • Max Draught 3.8 m
Radio Channel

You can reach Porto Romano (Porto Vecchio) by calling VHF9.

Porto Romano is an Italian marina in Ventotene, one of the Pontine Islands which is located in the province of Lazio or Latium and the region of Campania. It is also known as the Old Port or Porto Vecchio and it has recreational purposes. Tourists who will visit this marina will encounter geological

Facilities of Porto Romano (Porto Vecchio)

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  • Electricity
  • Security
  • Seamanship
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The neighborhood

Porto Romano (Porto Vecchio) is located in Latium.

The region of Latium is the ancestor of today’s Lazio, which is located in the central area of Italy and it has its capital in Rome. This is an administrative region that is extremely important for the Italian society, giving the fact that it is the most populous region of the country and an important economical centre of it. Lazio or Latium is comprised of the most famous cities in Italy such as Rome, Latina, Fiumicino, Viterbo and many more. The region has 5 large provinces: Frosinone, Latina, Rieti, Rome and Viterbo, the city and province of Rome being located in the centre of Latium.

Latium’s history is one of the most important in the world, due to the foundation of Rome on this territory. This fascinating ancient city quickly evolved and grew into the capital of the Roman Empire. Many important names derived from the development of this city and some of the greatest wars took place here, leaving behind an impressive history and a great number of ancient ruins. Rome is a complex province with more than 2000 years of history on its shoulders. It is Europe’s one of the most appreciated architectural aggregators, a place of art, music and culture and a perfect mix of styles.

Lazio’s capital, Rome, is visited by millions of tourists every year who are interested to discover a small piece of what was once the centre of the world. Rome can be explored by anyone who is fond of history and wishes to have a fascinating journey. There are numberless important sights to be seen in Rome, but some of the most popular are Arcibasilica di San Giovanni in Laterano, Abbazia di San Paolo Fuori Le Mura, Le Domus Romane di Palazzo Valentini, Church of Sant’Ignazio di Loyola, the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill, Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, the Pantheon, the Fountain of the Four Rivers, the Forum of Augustus and many other extremely important sights for the history of the entire humanity.

Rome is exceedingly beautiful and its tourism is so well developed that it can satisfy the wishes of anyone, regardless of the age or nationality. History can be found and explored in every corner of the capital, even inside of the gardens, parks, hills and plazas. This used to be the place where the greatest decisions were made and where the greatest emperors ruled.

The region of Lazio is not only about Rome. There are other amazing destinations that are filled with charming places. Latina, an important province and city of Latium, is a romantic destination where the natural environment is predominant. The main attractions here are Palmarola, Giradino di Ninfa, Lago fi Fogliano, Parco Mussolini and others. This entire region is sprinkled with all sorts of attractions, from beaches and five star hotels to natural and cultural sights that cannot be missed by anyone.

Even though Lazio is a busy region, everyone is welcome to visit and explore these territories and unveil its mysteries.

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