Crotone and its province are located in one of the most fascinating territories of Calabria, in the southern tip of the Italian boot.
The port is divided into two areas, Old and New. The New Port, where the cruise terminal is located, is protected by a 1.725 m long breakwater and a 900 m long inner pier with a quay surface of 120.000 m² and depths of about 7,8 m.
Crotone Cruise Port manages the cruise terminal of Crotone, located on the Riva quay, offering transit, inter-porting and homeporting operations to small to medium sized cruise ships, as well as an increasingly wide range of ancillary services.
Almost equidistant from the ports of Taranto, Catania and Corfu, Crotone fits perfectly into the East-Med itineraries, offering unique experiences all year round in a naturalistically and archaeologically precious location, a little-known jewel suitable for those who love rare pearls.
Set on an area of 182 km², Crotone has about 60,000 inhabitants and boasts many naturalistic, historical and cultural riches, enjoyable all year round thanks to the mild Mediterranean climate that gives it temperate winters, hot summers and rainfall mainly concentrated in autumn. With its mild climate, a rich hospitality system and a modern and efficient infrastructural network, the Ionian Calabria finally shows its beauties also to the cruise public, a new emerging star in the panorama of the ports of the Mediterranean Sea.