Cala Praia 

4.2 (17 ratings)
  • 37° 55' 48" N, 12° 19' 29" E / 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

Reachable by dinghy

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

User reviews (17 ratings)

  • Jean-Louis ~ 08/06/2021
    Bigouden | Sailboat ~ 11.75 m

    We stayed two nights on a 1.70m background. Friendly town, supplies, restaurants, gelateria, bike rental, damage the closed tuna museum, transformed into a vaccination center.

    Nous sommes resté deux nuits sur fond de 1,70m . Ville sympathique, avitaillement , restaurants , gelateria , location velos, dommage le musée du thon fermé, transformé en centre vaccination.

  • Casper
    Casper ~ 09/09/2020
    Tigre | Sailboat ~ 11.5 m

    Great Sandy bottom. Good holding. Very shallow. Good for catamarans. Visit the museum in the old tuna factory. It's fascinating and there is an English guide. We rented bicycles and rode round the flat part of the island in a couple of hours. Great Gelsi granitas, and pistachio gelato in a brioche bun. Lots to like! Small expensive supermarket.

    Great Sandy bottom. Good holding. Very shallow. Good for catamarans. Visit the museum in the old tuna factory. It's fascinating and there is an English guide. We rented bicycles and rode round the flat part of the island in a couple of hours. Great Gelsi granitas, and pistachio gelato in a brioche bun. Lots to like! Small expensive supermarket.

  • Vincent ~ 13/09/2019
    Sweetie | Sailboat ~ 14 m

    Good spot to get tucked in, especially for shallow draft boat. We tied our dingy at the sea wall in the corner by a sandy mound. Great spot for touring the island and well protected from all but the northwest. As noted in other reviews, can only accommodate about 3 boats but in mid September we’ve had plenty of space.

    Good spot to get tucked in, especially for shallow draft boat. We tied our dingy at the sea wall in the corner by a sandy mound. Great spot for touring the island and well protected from all but the northwest. As noted in other reviews, can only accommodate about 3 boats but in mid September we’ve had plenty of space.

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