The port of Nida is a port in the city of Nida, Lithuania. It is located on the Curonian Lagoon side of the Curonian Spit. It is mostly used for ferries, connection with inland Lithuania and fishing. The port is located in the oldest part of the town that preserves the initial strict rectangular plan.

In 1991, the second pier has been was added for passenger boats. Since 1999 the port has been granted the rights of the international port, deciding to restore the border control office. With custom and immigration offices available, Nida Yacht-Club is now capable of accepting sailors from the whole world.

Currently the port has the two mooring piers, one for fishing and another for passenger boats. The passenger part has the constant 3 m. depth and 25 m. width. The depth of the fishing section varies between is 2.8–3 m at the center of the pier but drops till 1 m in other places.

Beach of Nida has Blue-flag status. Nida has two ports - fishing port and yach port - the first one isn't lightened up and it's depth in some places is just 1m; yacht port has a red light in the East side, and green light in the West side.

Activities nearby

Nida Marina, Boat rental service, Neringa Museum of History, Museum Hermann Blode, Nida National forest, Curonian Spit National Park

Berths and Premises

Berths: 40 to 60 yachts


55°30' N; 21°01' E

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