Just ten miles from the coast of Istria, Porto San Vito is the perfect starting point for anyone wishing to explore the fascinating Friulan and Venetian Lagoons. The moorings can accommodate vessels up to 24m in length and the port entrance and quay have an average depth of 3.5 meters. The entrance is located to the right of the entrance to the refuge harbour of Grado, easily visible from the sea. The entrance is also clearly indicated by signage posts and marker lights.
The Port is the perfect starting point for a cruise in a rented vessel, perhaps to visit one of the sand banks glittering with seashells. For those who love diving, the surrounding waters hold a wealth of sites to explore, from the underwater remains of the Roman port and the Basilica of San Gottardo, to the network of Roman roads hidden for centuries under the waters of the lagoon.
Of course you could also spend your time simply relaxing, lounging back on a luxurious yacht, cruising through the Gulf of Trieste and savouring all the wonderful tastes the sea has to offer.