4 (6 ratings)

Characteristics

  • Anchor
    Allowed
  • Mooring buoys
    Available
  • Anchor stern to
    Unavailable
  • Lines ashore
    Not necessary

Type of seabed

  • Sand

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

  • Beach
    Unavailable
  • Snack
    Available
  • Water
    Unavailable
  • Dock
    Available

Information on mooring buoys

  • Phone
  • 9
    VHF channel
  • Length
  • Permanent
  • No
    Guest buoys
  • 5
    Number of buoys

User reviews (6 ratings)

  • Tony
    Tony ~ 20/10/2020
    Trull | Sailboat ~ 9.3 m

    Well protected marina, visitors pontoon is currently closed (the gate is locked) and there are no buoys. Anchorage in front of the bridge is possible but there are quite a lot of stuff on the bottom that can make you loose the your anchor so make sure to attach a trip line just in case. We stayed one night on the visitor pontoon without leaving the boat. Worth to mention even with minimum swell towards the entrance of the piers waves builds quick and create sharp overfalls between high and low tide so exit with caution. (Our boat only got 12HP and we had to struggle to get out)

    Well protected marina, visitors pontoon is currently closed (the gate is locked) and there are no buoys. Anchorage in front of the bridge is possible but there are quite a lot of stuff on the bottom that can make you loose the your anchor so make sure to attach a trip line just in case. We stayed one night on the visitor pontoon without leaving the boat. Worth to mention even with minimum swell towards the entrance of the piers waves builds quick and create sharp overfalls between high and low tide so exit with caution. (Our boat only got 12HP and we had to struggle to get out)

  • Karin ~ 31/08/2020
    Marelief | Sailboat ~ 11.99 m

    No moorings at the time we were here. We anchored right in front of the bridge.

    No moorings at the time we were here. We anchored right in front of the bridge.

  • Didier
    Didier ~ 28/07/2020
    Swag | Sailboat ~ 9.3 m

    Please note that there are no more mooring buoys which were according to the maps in front of the small bridge closing access to the Ria between the small marina on the left and the fishermen's quay on the right. I anchored in front of the second bridge pier (starting from the left) at 4 to 7 meters deep for 3 days the currents made my chain wrap around the ballast of one of the old buoys (I suppose) . I managed to pull up (thank you leader) this big heap of this rusty scrap metal, made up of huge freighters, among other things, and cleared my anchorage. I then moved the scrap bundle so it wouldn't happen to others, but beware there may be more left in the back. Otherwise the place is well sheltered, watch out for the currents which are strong during reversals. For shallow draft, no problem going to anchor in the other 2 arms of the Ria, which is vast, or even running aground on the sand. These places are moreover quieter. The village is very touristy, beautiful church and walk upstream from the small bridge in the Ria recommended!

    Attention il n’y a plus de bouées d’amarrage qui étaient selon les cartes devant le petit pont fermant l’accès à la Ria entre le petit port de plaisance sur la gauche et le quai des pêcheurs sur la droite. J’ai mouillé face à la deuxième pile de pont (en partant de la gauche) par 4 a 7 mètres de fond pendant 3 jours les courants ont fait s’enrouler ma chaîne autour du leste d’une des anciennes bouées (je suppose). J’ai réussi à remonter (merci le guideau) ce gros tas de ce ferraille rouillé composé entre autres d’énormes maillons de chaîne de cargos et dégagé mon mouillage. J’ai ensuite déplacé le paquet de ferraille pour que ça n’arrive pas à d’autres mais attention il se peut qu’il en reste d’autres au fond. Sinon le lieu est bien abrité, attention au courant qui sont forts lors des renverses. Pour les faible tirant d’eau aucun problème pour aller mouiller dans les 2 autres bras de la Ria qui est vaste ou encore s’échouer sur le sable. Ces endroits sont du reste plus tranquille. Le village est très touristique, belle église et promenade en amont du petit pont dans la Ria recommandé !

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