Denia 

3.5 (8 ratings)

Characteristics

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

Type of seabed

  • Seaweed

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

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

User reviews (8 ratings)

  • Pablo — 22/08/2020
    Our Destiny | Sailboat — 12 m

    Good protection against south winds and swells but you have to make sure that the anchor has caught well before going to sleep. I have a Rocna anchor and on my first attempt I couldn't get a good grip on the bottom due to the large amount of algae. In the second attempt I already got a sandy bottom and the anchor held well for the whole night. The ferries of Ibiza hardly bother since the dike protects you from its waves.

    Buena protección contra vientos y oleaje del sur pero hay que asegurarse de que el ancla ha agarrado bien antes de irse a dormir. Yo llevo ancla Rocna y en mi primer intento no conseguía agarrarme bien al fondo por la gran cantidad de algas que hay. En el segundo intento ya conseguí fondo de arena y el ancla agarró bien para toda la noche. Los ferris de Ibiza apenas molestan ya que el dique te protege de sus olas.

  • Alex — 15/07/2020
    Blue Juice | Sailboat — 10.8 m

    Swell crawls in even with south winds. Bottom is weed. Bad holding when local gusts kick in at night. Gusts are not in forecasts, protection score is unreliable.

    Swell crawls in even with south winds. Bottom is weed. Bad holding when local gusts kick in at night. Gusts are not in forecasts, protection score is unreliable.

  • Lindsey
    Lindsey — 31/07/2019
    Britt | Sailboat — 17.5 m

    We spent a week here in late July. First few days were great - very little swell. Then the wind came around to the North / North West at 20+ knots for around 12 hours and the rolling really started. If your draft will allow you can get quite close into the wall. I measured depths of around 2.5m although in places there are rocky outcrops where depth goes down to 2m. Closer in there are some nice big sand patches. You just need to get in early before the local boats come and anchor for the day. We tried going into the port on the dinghy but didn’t really find anywhere good to tie up. We did find a small beach at the Western end if the anchorage where the dog walkers go which was a nice spot to beach the dinghy. Vegetable market on a Friday was great. Tourist office can direct you.

    We spent a week here in late July. First few days were great - very little swell. Then the wind came around to the North / North West at 20+ knots for around 12 hours and the rolling really started. If your draft will allow you can get quite close into the wall. I measured depths of around 2.5m although in places there are rocky outcrops where depth goes down to 2m. Closer in there are some nice big sand patches. You just need to get in early before the local boats come and anchor for the day. We tried going into the port on the dinghy but didn’t really find anywhere good to tie up. We did find a small beach at the Western end if the anchorage where the dog walkers go which was a nice spot to beach the dinghy. Vegetable market on a Friday was great. Tourist office can direct you.

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