At the top of our list, Trieste is the largest port in Italy in terms of gross tonnage. It is located to the North East of the mainland.
One of the largest ports in Italy, Genoa has long commanded a significant volume of trade and commerce through the region.
Livorno is a major port, built to handle ro-ro and ro-pax, liquid and dry bulk, ferries, cruise liners, and general-purpose ships.
This is one of the largest Mediterranean Sea ports. It handles commercial, passenger, and ro-ro vessels.
The Gioia Tauro harbor is the largest port in Italy in terms of container shipments. It is ranked 6th on the Mediterranean coastline, and is 9th in Europe.
Ravenna is a Core sea port in Italy and is connected to the TEN-T Networks. It deals mainly in bulk cargo, containers, general cargo, and passenger traffic.
It is situated on the Adriatic Sea, and lies to the North East of the Italian mainland. The commercial sector supplies goods to surrounding regions and countries.
Messina is a thriving Sicilian port located to the North East of the island. It is one of the largest ports of the region, and is a hub for passenger vessels.
Augusta is an important Southern port in Italy, on the island of Sicily. It serves as a facility for both commercial trading and shipping.
The Port of Taranto is a major commercial and naval port in Italy. It has been in service for nearly a millennium.
Napoli is a major seaport on the Western coast. It deals in cargo, commercial goods, and passenger transit.
La Spezia is a major cargo and container port in Italy. It is situated on the La Spezia Gulf of the Ligurian Sea that is frequented by commercial vessels.
One of the important ports that supply Italy’s booming economy, Salerno is a medium-sized harbour.
Located on the North-Western coast of Italy close to the port of Genoa, Savona is a major passenger port.