Old Port Of Bari 

General Data


Dock Services


Ports in Puglia: Bari

The Old Port of Bari raises south-east of the old town and it is essentially a commercial port. It is made up of the northern dock of S. Antonio (St. Anthony) and the southern one of S. Nicol (St. Nicholas), in addition to two quays (350 and 180 m respectively) specifically reserved for fishing boats.

The port offers 230 berths for boats up to 12 m.

Since the port is often subject to shallows and sandbanks, dredging works are frequent in the area.

Access to the port

When entering the port, please keep your right and leave the red light on the left to avoid the cliff. 

3742 (E 2244) - light with green flashes; 5 sec., 6M range on the head of the S. Antonio dock  (osc. from 130° to 190°). 


Sirocco and all winds from the 1st and 4th quadrant can blow 3 days a week with northerly and north-eastern wind and sea.


  • Filling station at the quay (07:00/12:00-15:00/19:00)
  • Water and electric charging columns
  • Illuminated quays
  • Pay phone
  • Slipway
  • 1 fixed crane up to  40 tons and  7 mobile cranes ranging from 16 up to 100 tons
  • Watchmen
  • Repairs of fiberglass and wooden hulls
  • Scuba divers
  • Waste collection