Cala de Deyá 

4.6 (12 ratings)
  • 39° 45' 41" N, 2° 38' 26" E / See on the map

Characteristics

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

Type of seabed

  • Sand

  • Seaweed

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

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

User reviews (12 ratings)

  • Fred
    Fred ~ 21/10/2020
    Safrana | Sailboat ~ 12 m

    magnificent bay, well protected in spite of the katabaltic breeze from the south east up to 47 knots, anchoring on a sandy bottom 8 m not much room.

    magnifique baie bien protégée malgré brise catabaltique de sud est jusqu'à 47 nds ancrage sur fond de sable 8 m pas beaucoup de place bonne tenue.

  • Olivier
    Olivier ~ 14/09/2020
    AYOE | Sailboat ~ 14.5 m

    Petite Cala pretty, not easy to find space. In September at the end of the afternoon during the week, few boats, but with a catamaran when it is crowded you can get wet at 15/16 meters at the end of the sand, after a lot of rocks. moor for the night with 2/5 knots of wind. Beyond that, I don't think I should drop anchor here for the night. Super snorkeling, rich in fish, cavities.

    Petite Cala jolie, pas facile de trouver de la place. En septembre en fin d'après-midi pendant la semaine, peu de bateaux, mais avec un catamaran quand il y a du monde on peut se mouiller à 15/16 mètres au bout du sable, après pas mal de rochers. amarrer pour la nuit avec 2/5 nœuds de vent. Au-delà, je ne pense pas que je devrais jeter l'ancre ici pour passer la nuit. Super snorkeling, riche en poissons, cavités.

  • Nichola
    Nichola ~ 02/07/2020
    Emerald | Sailboat ~ 13.4 m

    A beautiful place to anchor in calm weather. On arrival there were 5 boats already there so we anchored in 12m. The water was so clear we could see the sandy bottom. By evening everyone else had left and we were able to move closer in, to 8m also in sand. We had a peaceful night. The snorkelling is great with many fish and large underwater boulders to explore. The path to Deia is well signposted and is approx 1 mile / 1.6km. In the village there are cafes and restaurants and a small supermarket with bakery. The bakery has great bread

    A beautiful place to anchor in calm weather. On arrival there were 5 boats already there so we anchored in 12m. The water was so clear we could see the sandy bottom. By evening everyone else had left and we were able to move closer in, to 8m also in sand. We had a peaceful night. The snorkelling is great with many fish and large underwater boulders to explore. The path to Deia is well signposted and is approx 1 mile / 1.6km. In the village there are cafes and restaurants and a small supermarket with bakery. The bakery has great bread

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