We are incredibly proud to announce that the parking spaces in Cala del Forte marina are officially opened to the public!
The stunning marina was inaugurated earlier this summer, to the presence of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco: the port is in fact owned by Monaco Ports, and located in Ventimiglia, Italy, only 15 to 20 minutes from the Principality of Monaco (7.9 nautical miles).
The port's 582 parking spaces were officially opened to the public yesterday November 24th, at the presence of Ventimiglia Mayor Gaetano Scullino, the Regional Councilor Enrico Ioculano, Gian Battista Borea d’Olmo, Cala del Forte CEO and Marco Cornacchia, the marina manager.
Out of the total spaces, 120 are indoor parking stalls reserved for the public, while the remaining 110 are located at street level, and include a few for electric cars that will be shortly made available.
226 spaces are meant for berth owners and 46 for the marina's commercial activities. Short term parking spots to load and unload the vehicles are also available in the quay area, to ensure operations are flawless and traffic flows do not cause any access delay.
The parking control system is fully automated, and beautifully designed - though this does not come as surprise, with the system being Jupiter!
Cash payment is allowed, as well as by debit cards, Visa and Mastercard credit cards - to best suit everyone's preferences. Contactless payment is of course included, to offer even less touch interaction with the units.
When it comes to tariffs, the first hour is always free of charge. After that, the daily rate will be charged from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm and the nightly rate from 7:00 pm to 8:00 am. Customer assistance is guaranteed 24/7 by the security service and by the mooring staff. The Cala del Forte parking area is equipped with security cameras, for an extra layer of safety.
Stay tuned for our Case Study on this beautiful parking project!