Port of Derna

Port of Derna is a port city in eastern Libya, with a population of about 80,000 and approximately 80 ships visit the port annually. The city is located between Benghazi and Tobruk and it has a unique environment among Libyan cities, as is located at the eastern end of the Jebel Akhdar, (the green mountains) the heavily forested, fertile upland area of eastern Libya, which is the wettest region of Libya. It is also a city with pleasant weather. In winter, the city’s average temperature ranges between 4 and 14 Celsius, and might drop to below zero. Rain, hail and occasional snow is present in the city’s winter. Derna is a city that is home to people of mix origin, it has three main squares, the most popular square is the Maydan Assahabah this square was always used for mass demonstrations against Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi. The city is also a tourist hub, due to its wonderful old city (the medina), the old medina is home to Islamic Architecture. The Medina consists of a mosque, church, synagogue, many small streets, and old souqs.

Distances from Derna port

Tripoli ± 1305km
Benghazi ± 295km
Benghazi International airport ± 293km
Cyrene ± 93km
Ajdabia ± 450km
Apollonia ± 70km
Tobruk ± 170km
Al Burdi ± 315km
Egypt border ± 326km

Excursion programs from Derna Port

1 day is also an option

Day 1Ptolemais
Day 2Cyrene
Day 3Tobruk World War Two