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. It started at the end of the 19th century as a fishing port, later extended as a steamboat port.
During Soviet times fishing base was significantly extended, demolishing the former custom office, hotel and part of the old fisherman houses. During this time Port of Nida also started to serve as the terminus of the Kaunas - Nida hydrofoil route.
Coordinates 55°18'8.72" N 21°0'33.524" E