Situated at the feet of the Charles V Castle and the old town, the port embraces part of the residential and commercial centre, which is easily and quickly reachable on foot. The main transportation network is easily accessible by car, including Sant’Anna Airport, located just 16 km away.
The port is divided into two (adjacent but not communicating) docks known as the “North Dock” and the “South Dock”. The former is used for commercial traffic, opens towards the northwest, and is 200 metres (65.50 ft) wide with a sounding depth of approximately 9 metres (29.50 ft).
The latter is designated as a tourist and fishing port, with an opening towards the south-southwest, 50 metres (164 ft) in width, with 2.5-metres sounding depths.
The Chamber of Commerce of Crotone supports the local port with a development program for the town waterfront.
The Port of Crotone in under jurisdiction of the Gioia Tauro Port Authority.
Port of Crotone captain’s office.