Capopiccolo  

3.6 (7 ratings)
  • 38° 54' 29" N, 17° 5' 11" 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
    Unavailable
  • Water
    Unavailable
  • Dock
    Unavailable

User reviews (7 ratings)

  • Joachim ~ 23/09/2020
    UENUKU | Sailboat ~ 13.4 m

    Excellent holding in muddy sand. Good protection of wind or swell not from east or beyond. Stay at the eastern end of the beach - the aerial picture shows to sandy spots. Village is a bit dreadful and not worth a visit

    Excellent holding in muddy sand. Good protection of wind or swell not from east or beyond. Stay at the eastern end of the beach - the aerial picture shows to sandy spots. Village is a bit dreadful and not worth a visit

  • Anthony
    Anthony ~ 18/09/2020
    Boomerang | Sailboat ~ 13.97 m

    Good protected spot due to the crescent bay. We were in about 6m on sand good holding. We went right in close to the beach and slept well... after a couple of racing jet skis finally gave up for the day.

    Good protected spot due to the crescent bay. We were in about 6m on sand good holding. We went right in close to the beach and slept well... after a couple of racing jet skis finally gave up for the day.

  • Lizzy
    Lizzy ~ 29/07/2020
    Zircon | Sailboat ~ 11.1 m

    Excellent holding in clay like sand. We arrived on a Sunday and had about 10 jet skis continually going past our boat, really close! A few jet skis were still out after dark! A big swell comes into the bay at night, but we had a peaceful night by putting out a kedge anchor.

    Excellent holding in clay like sand. We arrived on a Sunday and had about 10 jet skis continually going past our boat, really close! A few jet skis were still out after dark! A big swell comes into the bay at night, but we had a peaceful night by putting out a kedge anchor.

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