A marina nestled in the village

Marina di Santa Marinella is just a doorstep away from Capo Linaro, a historical destination for nautical tourism located to the north of Rome. The majestic silhouette of the XIV-century castle “Castello Odescalchi” rises upon the city. The marina is located at the heart of the city centre of Santa Marinella, also called the “Pearl of the Tyrrhenian Sea”, and it is a popular seaside destination close to Rome.
In-fact, since ancient times, the town has been a traditional haven for the Roman bourgeoisie.

All services and commercial activities that you need for your stay in the boat are available in the village of Santa Marinella, of which the marina is an integral part.

How to reach Marina Santa Marinella

By train

The train station of Santa Marinella is 10 minutes walking distance or 3 minutes by bus away from the marina. From Roma Termini (about one hour) and Roma San Pietro (about 35 minutes). There are direct trains to Santa Marinella every 15/30 minutes.

By airplane

The nearest airport is Roma Fiumicino (“Leonardo Da Vinci” airport) which is about 40 mins away by car from the marina. Alternatively Roma-Ciampino airport is also reachable in about an hour drive.

By car

From Rome you need to take A12 highway towards Civitavecchia and taking S. Severa – S. Marinella exit. Alternatively the destination can be reached also by taking Aurelia SS1 towards S. Marinella.



Nautical Services

  • 24 hours mooring assistance
  • Water and electricity on quay
  • Fuel distributor at the dock
  • Showers and toilets facilities
  • Forecast service
  • 24hrs CCTV surveillance/24
  • Separate waste collection
  • Ecological platform for collecting exhausted mineral oils and batteries


Guest services

  • Bar with panoramic terrace
  • Restaurant
  • Yacht Club
  • 250 parking spaces
  • Diving Center (Torre Flavia)
  • Fish Retail


Technical assistance

  • Building site
  • Storage dockyards
  • Slipway and ramp
  • 40 ton Travel lift
  • Dry stack
  • Technical assistance R.M.S. Nautica
        Site manager: Mario 0766/513005335/7226266

Dry stack

The dry stack port can host about 30 sailing monotypes like Este 24, J24, Platù 25, with a 1,500kg coin-operated jib crane available. The crane can be operated independently by port users, with no need of a specialised operator. It is active from dawn until sunset, leaving full flexibility to the yacthmens to use it according to their needs.


Rome is never been so close!

The capital is about 70 km away from Santa Marinella and although it is just one hour by car, the fastest connection is the train, which reaches the city centre in just 35 minutes.

The railway station of Santa Marinella is within 10 minutes walking distance from the Marina or just three minutes ride by bus.

The railway line that connects Santa Marinella to Rome runs trains every 30 minutes in both directions.

Direct trains to Rome from Santa Marinella stops in major railway stations of the Capital: S. Pietro, Trastevere, Ostiense and Termini. They are major nodes in the metro lines and urban railway lines. In addition, Ostiense station is the most convenient stop to interchange with the direct suburban line to Fiumicino Airport (about 30 minutes).

The rail service linking Santa Marinella to Rome is active throughout the year, from 5 am to about 11 pm. Towards Rome the first train departs from S. Marinella at 5.12 am and the last one at 10:51 pm. In the opposite direction the first departure from Roma Termini is at 5:26 a.m. and the last one at 11:27 p.m.

The ordinary cost of a train ride between stations of S. Marinella and Rome is € 4.60. In addition, by using the train you will help the environment by reducing CO2 emissions.

Sailing. A true passion!

Marina di Santa Marinella enjoys an ideal climate, fanned by cool air that blows down from the Monti della Tolfa in summer and sheltered from cold north-easterly winds by the same mountains in winter. This makes it the perfect place for sailing, which explains why it has become a reference point for small monotype boats, from the Laser to the Optimist, the Este 24 and the Melges 24.

In fact, the Circolo Nautico Guglielmo Marconi, which has its headquarters here, organises various regattas, including the Este 24 winter championship. Moreover, the Planet Sail association from Bracciano moves to Santa Marinella for the Optimist, Laser and 29er regattas, as the weather conditions are better here in winter than on Lake Bracciano. What is more, the historic “Roma per tutti” regatta, which runs there and back between Civitavecchia and Lipari, also starts in these waters.


Bracciano: on a long lake

Bracciano: on a long lake

Three lovely villages face onto the volcanic lake of Bracciano. All of them are worthy of a visit after a splendid walk along the shore of the long lake.


A unique journey to discover the wines that characterize the area of Santa Marinella


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Lazio’s beautiful Maremma area

Santa Marinella – nestled between the mountains and the sea – is one of the most popular seaside resorts on the coast near Rome and not surprisingly it is called “The Tyrrhenian Pearl” for its enviable climate and morphological diversity that alternates long sandy beaches to cliffs on the sea.
In these lands history has left a still visible mark: the Etruscan Coast. Its ancient civilization passed archaeological sites in excellent condition and for this reason they are much envied in the rest of the world.
And then Rome, well connected to the town, with its majestic artworks that marked the fate of the entire Western world, but you can also find traditions and myths that still today echo in the imagination of visitors.
A natural vocation for surfing, a healthy and tasty cuisine, full expression of the Mediterranean lifestyle that make this place a marine oasis that proudly preserves its traditions, suspended between sea and mountains, between past and present.


marina di santa marinella

Porto Romano S.p.A., that operates Marina di Santa Marinella, has commissioned the planning offices – with which it works with – to produce a long and detailed study regarding the possibility of expanding the marina’s capacity. This project entails the construction of an innovative breakwater made from natural rocks and the continuation of the current moorings, the development of modern floating jetties and the creation of a renovated and more adequate boatbuilding area, endowed with enough space for efficient use.

Upon completion of the work, the total capacity is expected to be around 900 berths of various categories, although not exceeding the current maximum length, so as not to make excessive changes to its vocation as a small marina for pleasure boats. A future marked by important development for a town such as Santa Marinella, which will have a major effect on business and employment throughout the surrounding area.

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