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Cruises from Savona & all Savona cruises for  2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Savona in the 2020-2022 seasons.

Future sailings will be shown here as they become available, and alternative ports in the region can be viewed at Europe - Mediterranean Cruises. Please contact one of our cruise specialists today on 1800 121 187 if you require further assistance.

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Savona is a seaport and commune, with lots of sparkle, in the northern Italian region of Liguria, just 40 km west of Genoa on the Mediterranean Sea. The city contains a picturesque medieval centre, and especially on Saturdays in summer it is engulfed in huge antiques and bric-a-brac markets. Take a walk around the inner harbour and enjoy the sunshine and the charming diversity between expensive yachts and old fashioned fishing boats, where some are sipping champagne while others mend their nets. If the weather is warm you can go to the beach on Corso Vittorio Veneto.

Savona is one of a few Italian cities offering clean and inviting beaches within walking distance from the city centre. Visit the bathing establishment Bagni Marechio and enjoy the many beach activities on offer, or simply take in the delightful landscape of the Riviera di Ponente. In between the beach and the harbour is the Priamar fortress built in 1542 and used as a prison. It housed about 500 prisoners during most of the 19th century. Pre-Roman, Roman and Byzantine traces have also been found on the site. Today Priamar houses Savona’s Archaeological Museum.

Savona’s skyline is marked by a few medieval towers. Most famous is La Torretta clocktower at the end of Via Paleocapa by the harbour. It was part of an old defence structure. The ‘ghibelline Towers’ date back to the 16th century when they were the most prominent of about 50 towers constructed along the city walls. With a bonfire on the roof these towers used to serve as lighthouses. Also worth visiting are the Capella Sistina with its hand painted ceilings and carved wooden seats, and the still unfinished Palazzo Della Rovere. Savona gained its popularity in early days because of its resident, Christopher Columbus.