Ca los Camps 

3 (3 ratings)
  • 39° 45' 31" N, 3° 19' 12" E / See on the map

Characteristics

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

Type of seabed

  • Sand

  • Rocks

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

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

User reviews (3 ratings)

  • Bruno ~ 13/08/2020
    ERAWAN | Sailboat ~ 11.13 m

    Be careful, anchoring at 6 m deep with many stones. We shot several times during the night and in the morning we were stuck twice under stones. Apart from that, the water is beautiful and a nice anchorage for the night.

    Attention, mouillage par 6 m de fonds avec de nombreux cailloux. Nous avons tourné plusieurs fois dans la nuit et au matin nous étions coincé par deux fois sous des cailloux. A part ça l’eau est belle et mouillage sympa pour la nuit.

  • Mike ~ 13/08/2020
    Seraph Somnia | Sailboat ~ 13.8 m

    Lovely spot. Anchored here with intentions of being sheltered from the S/W coming through but no, unpredicted N/W 41+ knots let out more chain 40 mtrs. In the morning chain was wrapped round rock took over half an hour to free. No rocks in sight when we anchored so beware. Can dinghy ashore to the right hand side of the beach at the end of the swimming buoys to walk the dog.

    Lovely spot. Anchored here with intentions of being sheltered from the S/W coming through but no, unpredicted N/W 41+ knots let out more chain 40 mtrs. In the morning chain was wrapped round rock took over half an hour to free. No rocks in sight when we anchored so beware. Can dinghy ashore to the right hand side of the beach at the end of the swimming buoys to walk the dog.

  • Ben ~ 11/08/2020
    Scimitar | Sailboat ~ 11.3 m

    Sand over rock but deeper patches of sand towards the middle give good holding. Take the tender to the boat ramp at Betlem and drag it out. Casablanca is good value for a drink or meal and they’re very welcoming. You can walk to Es Caló along a rough road that starts at the end of Paseo de Colom. Great for walking the dog. We couldn’t find anywhere for rubbish and recycling and there are no shops so we had to make a trip to Colonia de Sant Pere. Lovely clear water with great snorkelling over the rock reefs close to shore.

    Sand over rock but deeper patches of sand towards the middle give good holding. Take the tender to the boat ramp at Betlem and drag it out. Casablanca is good value for a drink or meal and they’re very welcoming. You can walk to Es Caló along a rough road that starts at the end of Paseo de Colom. Great for walking the dog. We couldn’t find anywhere for rubbish and recycling and there are no shops so we had to make a trip to Colonia de Sant Pere. Lovely clear water with great snorkelling over the rock reefs close to shore.