Cedeira 

4.4 (19 ratings)
  • 43° 39' 19" N, 8° 3' 55" W / 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
    Available
  • Dock
    Available

User reviews (19 ratings)

  • Vincent
    Vincent — 13/09/2020
    Oya | Sailboat — 9.6 m

    Very well ! Quiet, good housekeeping, shops and restaurants within walking distance. There is room but oringuez! In the appendix I passed several disused chests but the ropes of which are still half floating. I regretted not having done the short hike, the start of which is a wooden staircase starting from a sort of small park through which you necessarily pass to go to town.

    Très bien ! Calme, bon ménage, boutiques et restaurants accessibles à pied. Il y a de la place mais oringuez! En annexe j'ai passé plusieurs coffres désaffectés mais dont les cordes sont encore à moitié flottantes. J'ai regretté de ne pas avoir fait la petite randonnée, dont le départ est un escalier en bois partant d'une sorte de petit parc à travers lequel on passe forcément pour aller en ville.

  • René
    René — 23/08/2020
    IDEMO | Sailboat — 12.8 m

    Magical place. Good protection. The village is very pleasant. We left the dinghy along the hold, attached to a ring.

    Endroit magique. Bonne protection. Le village est très agréable. Nous avons laissé le dinghy le long de la cale, attachée à un anneau.

  • Syruffian — 25/07/2020
    Ruffian of Amble | Sailboat — 12.2 m

    Fantastic anchorage, good holding in sand. Plenty of room for everyone (but do read your chart for the shallow patch, when we were there the pedallo were moored here). Some cruisers used the floating dock to get ashore (but be aware that the outer end is in constant use by the tourist boats), we used the slipway (be sure to pull your dinghy up and out of the way for the fishermen). Lots of interesting walks, our favourite is up to the small chapel you can see from seaward as you enter the ria, then on through the eucalyptus and pine forests to make a big loop back to the town. Plenty of choices for tapas, and the ferretería seem exceptionally well stocked.

    Fantastic anchorage, good holding in sand. Plenty of room for everyone (but do read your chart for the shallow patch, when we were there the pedallo were moored here). Some cruisers used the floating dock to get ashore (but be aware that the outer end is in constant use by the tourist boats), we used the slipway (be sure to pull your dinghy up and out of the way for the fishermen). Lots of interesting walks, our favourite is up to the small chapel you can see from seaward as you enter the ria, then on through the eucalyptus and pine forests to make a big loop back to the town. Plenty of choices for tapas, and the ferretería seem exceptionally well stocked.

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