Cala Figuera 

4.3 (11 ratings)
  • 39° 57' 10" N, 3° 10' 40" E / See on the map

Characteristics

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

Type of seabed

  • Seaweed

  • Sand

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

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

User reviews (11 ratings)

  • Philippe ~ 13/07/2021
    Dranack | Sailboat ~ 9.25 m

    Good anchorage on a sandy bottom to the east of the cala. Lots of boats during the day with noise from music or jet-ski engines. Calm returns with nightfall and the departure of the day boats.

    Mouillage de bonne tenue sur fond de sable à l'est de la cala. Beaucoup de bateaux en journée avec les nuisances sonores de la musique ou des moteurs de jet-ski. Le calme revient avec la tombée du jour et le départ des day boats.

  • Iain ~ 06/07/2021
    Ruffian of Amble | Sailboat ~ 12.11 m

    Stunning anchorage, with a large patch of sand with excellent holding. Busy during the day, if any powerboat captains read Navily, please don’t use your generator in such a stunning remote spot. Swim zone with boat channel to starboard, we tied our tender to one of the old fishermen’s ramps and clambered ashore. Amazing snorkelling! Come the evening, make sure your anchor is well set in sand, you have sufficient chain out and have plenty of space between you and any neighbours also staying overnight. We had EXTREMELY strong gusty katabatic winds that made the boats swing violently in all directions all night. (Commenced at dusk, around 9:30, continued through to 2am when it eased a little- 22 knots instead of 32 - and eventually dissipated a couple of hours after sunrise). Even so I give this anchorage 5 stars because it is so beautiful and the holding is excellent.

    Stunning anchorage, with a large patch of sand with excellent holding. Busy during the day, if any powerboat captains read Navily, please don’t use your generator in such a stunning remote spot. Swim zone with boat channel to starboard, we tied our tender to one of the old fishermen’s ramps and clambered ashore. Amazing snorkelling! Come the evening, make sure your anchor is well set in sand, you have sufficient chain out and have plenty of space between you and any neighbours also staying overnight. We had EXTREMELY strong gusty katabatic winds that made the boats swing violently in all directions all night. (Commenced at dusk, around 9:30, continued through to 2am when it eased a little- 22 knots instead of 32 - and eventually dissipated a couple of hours after sunrise). Even so I give this anchorage 5 stars because it is so beautiful and the holding is excellent.

  • Patrick
    Patrick ~ 25/09/2020
    Forzh Pelec'h | Sailboat ~ 13.5 m

    No problem with a draft of 2 meters!

    Aucun problème avec un tirant d'eau de 2 mètres!

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