Anse des Vieilles 

4.1 (11 ratings)
  • 46° 41' 34" N, 2° 18' 37" W / See on the map

Characteristics

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

Type of seabed

  • Sand

Protection against wind & swell

45% — Protection score
Cloudy
11.7°C
12°C
Wind
  • Speed : 13 knots
  • East (105°)
Swell
  • Height : 1.7 m
  • West (264°)

Reachable by dinghy

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

User reviews (11 ratings)

  • Louis — 25/07/2014
    Grain de Folie | Sailboat — 8.5 m

    A lot of people in summer but beautiful sandy beach. Mistrust at Bear at low tide, two isolated dangers not reported at the entrance to the bay.

    A lot of people in summer but beautiful sandy beach. Mistrust at Bear at low tide, two isolated dangers not reported at the entrance to the bay.

  • Sylvain — 14/07/2018
    Princesse EYWA | Sailboat — 9.76 m

    Nice place to spend a good night. The bottom hangs well. We wet our boat on the left side of the bay near the Bear. Some boats arrived at the end of the day and leaving in the morning have wetted in the swimming area to be better sheltered, I will do the same next time.

    Bel endroit pour y passer une bonne nuit. Le fond accroche bien. Nous avons mouillé notre voilier côté gauche de la baie à proximité des Ours. Certains bateaux arrivés en fin de journée et partant le matin ont mouillé dans la zone de baignade pour être mieux abrités, je ferai de même la prochaine fois.

  • Navily
    Navily — 11/07/2017
    NavilyBoat | Motorboat — 12 m

    MODERATION: The municipality during the summer period enlarges its swimming zone to the extreme, which makes the place for the limited anchorage, therefore more exposed to the swell of West and finally much less protected.

    MODERATION: The municipality during the summer period enlarges its swimming zone to the extreme, which makes the place for the limited anchorage, therefore more exposed to the swell of West and finally much less protected.

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