These are the 84 ports awarded the Blue Flag in 2023

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Blue Flag 2023
The Marina Cala de’ Medici-which will host the first leg of the VELA Cup 2023 from May 26 to 28-has again this year been awarded the Blue Flag Landings

As every year, the best Italian marinas and marinas were awarded the coveted“Blue Flag” award. These are the landings that have distinguished themselves for sustainable management, environmentally,socially and in terms of services. As many as 84 landings scattered throughout Italy met the stringent requirements to obtain the Blue Flag 2023.

Which regions have the most Blue Flag Landings in 2023?

The region most heavily represented in the 2023 Blue Flags map is once again Liguria, which leads the ranking with 16 landings spread across all four of its provinces. In second place is Friuli Venezia Giulia, which plants the Blue Flag in as many as 14 landings, while closing the podium with 9 land ings is Campania. Next are Veneto and Sardinia with 8 landings, Puglia and Tuscany with 7 landings and Marche with 6 landings. Close behind are Lazio, Sicily and Calabria with 2 landings and Basilicata, Emilia Romagna and Abruzzo with 1 landing.

The criteria

This year they rose to 38 the criteria to be met – 23 imperative and 15 suggested – to enter the list of landings awarded the Blue Flag. Among the different types of criteria-which you will find listed here in the bandierablu.org – there are Environmental Education and Information, Environmental Management, Services and Safety, Water Quality, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Social/Community Participation. The regulations assume a responsible attitude on the part of port administrations, with environmental cautions to reduce the impact of the facility. A few examples:

  • The water at the landing must be visibly clean, with no evidence of pollution, such as oily slicks, floating garbage, discharges, or other obvious traces of pollution
  • The landing must be equipped with facilities and services for the disabled
  • The landing must be equipped with containers for separate collection of recyclable waste such as glass, aluminum, paper, plastic, organic waste, etc.

The list of Blue Flag Landings 2023

Abruzzo

Pescara
  • Pescara – Marina di Pescara (A.S.P.T)
  • Basilicata Region
Matera
  • Policoro – Marina di Policoro
  • Calabria Region

Calabria

Cosenza
  • Cosenza – Tourist Dock Port of Cetraro
  • Reggio Calabria
  • Roccella Jonica – Porto delle Grazie

Campania

Naples
  • Casamicciola Terme – Cala degli Aragonesi
  • Procida – Yachting Santa Margherita Procida
  • Capri – Marina di Capri
  • Pozzuoli – Sudcantieri
Salerno
  • Pollica – Acciaroli Tourist Port
  • Centola – Palinuro Marina
  • Salerno – Marina D’Arechi
  • Agropoli – Agropoli Marina
  • Camerota – San Domenico – Porto di Camerota

Emilia Romagna

Rimini
  • Misano Adriatico – Portoverde

Friuli-Venezia Giulia

Gorizia
  • Grado – Porto San Vito
  • Grado – Dock San Marco
  • Monfalcone – Marina Monfalcone
Trieste
  • Trieste – Italian Naval League
  • Trieste – Marina Portopiccolo
Udine
  • Lignano Sabbiadoro – Marina Uno
  • S. Giorgio di Nogaro – Marina Sant’Andrea
  • Latisana – Dock Aprilia Marittima
  • Lignano Sabbiadoro – Darsena Porto Vecchio
  • Marano Lagunare – Marina Capo Nord Condominium
  • Lignano Sabbiadoro – Marina Punta Verde
  • Lignano Sabbiadoro – Marina Punta Faro
  • San Giorgio di Nogaro – Cantieri Marina San Giorgio
  • Marano Lagunare – Marina Resort Punta Gabbiani SPA

Latium

Latina
  • Gaeta – Base Nautica Flavio Gioia
  • Sperlonga – Port of Sperlonga

Liguria

Genoa
  • Chiavari – Marina di Chiavari
Imperia
  • San Lorenzo al Mare – Marina di San Lorenzo
  • Imperia – Marina D’Imperia
  • San Remo – Portosole
  • Ventimiglia – Cala del Forte
  • Bordighera – Port of Bordighera
  • S. Stefano al Mare – Marina degli Aregai
La Spezia
  • La Spezia – Porto Lotti
  • La Spezia – Porto Mirabello
  • Porto Venere – Marina di Porto Venere
Savona
  • Alassio – Porto Luca Ferrari
  • Savona – Old Dock
  • Andora – Marina of Andora
  • Varazze – Marina di Varazze
  • Loano – Marina di Loano
  • Celle Ligure – Cala Cravieu

Brands

Ancona
  • Ancona – Marina Dorica
  • Senigallia – Porto della Rovere
  • Numana – Numana Tourist Port
Ascoli Piceno
  • San Benedetto del Tronto – Circolo Nautico Sambenedettese
Stop
  • Porto San Giorgio – Marina di Porto San Giorgio
  • Pesaro and Urbino
  • Fano – Marina dei Cesari

Apulia

Bari
  • Polignano a Mare – Cala Ponte Marina
  • Barletta-Andria-Trani
  • Bisceglie – Marina Resort Bisceglie Landing marina
Toast
  • Brindisi – Marina di Brindisi
Foggia
  • Rodi Garganico – Porto Turistico Maria SS Della Libera (former Rodi Garganico marina)
  • Manfredonia – Marina del Gargano
Lecce
  • Melendugno – Tourist Port of San Foca
  • Marina di Leuca – Marina di Leuca marina

Sardinia

Cagliari
  • Quartu S. Elena – Marina di Capitana
Nuoro
  • S.Maria Navarrese – Marina di Baunei and S. Maria Navarrese
Olbia-Tempio
  • La Maddalena – Cala Gavetta
  • Olbia – Marina di Portisco
  • Arzachena – Porto Cervo Marina
  • Arzachena – Marina dell’Orso Poltu Quatu
Sassari
  • Santa Teresa Gallura – Port of Santa Teresa Gallura
  • Castelsardo – Castelsardo Tourist Port

Sicily

Messina
  • Capo D’Orlando – Capo D’Orlando Marina
  • Messina – Neptune Marina

Tuscany

Grosseto
  • Grosseto – Port of Maremma
  • Monte Argentario – Marina Cala Galera
  • Castiglione della Pescaia – Marina Punta Ala
Leghorn
  • Rosignano Marittimo – Marina Cala dè Medici
  • Porto Azzurro – Marina Porto Azzurro
  • Marciana Marina – Port of Marciana Marina
Pisa
  • Pisa – Port of Pisa

Veneto

Rovigo
  • Rosolina – Marina di Albarella
  • Porto Tolle – Porto Barricata
Venice
  • San Michele al Tagliamento – Marina Resort Portobaseleghe
  • Jesolo – Jesolo Tourist Port
  • Caorle – Clock Dock
  • Venice – Venice Certosa Marina
  • Chioggia – Darsena Le Saline
  • Cavallino Treporti – Marina del Cavallino

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