At the beginning of the 16th century, Livorno was nothing more than a tiny village, and most probably it would have stayed the same if it was not for the de’ Medici family, who decided to create a new efficient city. Today Livorno is the biggest port in Tuscany, nonetheless one of the most important in the Mediterranean. The port is divided into two main complexes: The Old Port and the New Port.  The most interesting architectonic part of the city centre, the one that was least affected by the devastation of war, is Venezia Nuova district, named so because of the similarity of the canals with the ones in Venice.  Skippers and crews can enjoy a marvellous historical stroll, Viale Italia, that runs along the coast immersed into the typical vegetation. Amongst the seaside resorts, one to visit is the famous “Scoglio della Regina”, Queen of Etruria Maria Luisa of Spain’s favourite. Also, not to be missed is the Giovanni Fattori Museum in Villa Mimbelli and the typical Vettovaglie Market, designed by the architect Badaloni in 1894. Livorno, while steeped in history, it is a modern city overflowed with attractions that will satisfy lovers of art, music, and culinary delicacies (do not miss the famous fish cacciucco). For those who love relaxing, a few kilometres from the city centre, immersed into National parks, through medieval villages and vineyards of international fame one can find golf clubs, riding stables and thermal baths.

Coast of Calafuria
Mascagni Terrace
Sanctuary of Montenero
Central Market
Giovanni Fattori Civic Museum


Main distances
  • Lucca 48 km
  • Pisa 25 km
  • Firenze 98 km
  • Siena 118 km
  • Cinque Terre 115 km
How to get there
  • Highway: A12 Livorno - Pisa - Genova
    A15 (Parma-La Spezia)
    A11 Livorno - Pisa Nord - (Firenze Mare) collegamenti
    A1 Barberino di Mugello (FI) - Milano/Roma
  • By train: The station is located on the line that connects Turin and Genoa to Rome. The city is also directly connected with Pisa and Florence. Look for timetables on Trenitalia.
  • By airplane: Two airports are serving the city: Pisa Airport and Florence Airport.
  • By boat: They are active connections to the islands of the Tuscan archipelago, Sicily, Sardinia, and Corsica.



Livorno, following the restructuring, can provide an area of 125.000 square meters for shore work, with a
water surface of 120.000 square meters where one can moor on the Morosini Dock and the historic Molo
Mediceo up to 40 mega yachts.


  • Security night guards
  • Security service for unmanned yachts
  • Storage warehouse for equipment and /or goods
  • Water mirror cleaning service
  • Yacht cleaning service
  • Yacht transfer service
  • Reception and secretarial service
  • Guesthouses
  • Bar / Restaurant with service on board
  • Bicycles for the crew
  • Electric vehicles (baggage / freight transport)
  • Laundry service
  • Meeting room
  • Shopping centre