Passeri e Tallarita 

4.2 (24 ratings)
  • 38° 2' 12" N, 14° 2' 10" 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

100% — Protection score
Cloudy
9°C
18.4°C
Wind
  • Speed : 7 knots
  • West (269°)
Swell
  • Height : 1.6 m
  • North West (314°)

Reachable by dinghy

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

User reviews (24 ratings)

  • Jean Louis
    Jean Louis — 01/09/2018
    Argonaute | Motorboat — 15.24 m

    Very good anchorage with easy access to Cefalü by regular shuttles from the port to the city center (5 € for two people). View of the medieval fortifications of the city. I recommend visiting the Duomo and especially the rise to the temple of Diana overlooking the city. View and exceptional site. Plan to start walking early (9-10h at the entrance of the site) to avoid suffering from the sun. Beware, there is a restaurant on the ground that plays music during weddings, and until midnight and 1/2!

    Très bon mouillage avec accès facile à Cefalü par navettes régulières du port au centre ville (5€ pour deux personnes). Vue sur les fortifications moyenâgeuses de la ville. Je recommande la visite du Duomo et surtout la montée au temple de Diane qui surplombe la ville. Vue et site exceptionnel. Prévoyez de démarrer la marche de bonne heure (9-10h à l’entrée du site) pour ne pas souffrir du soleil. Attention, il y a un restaurant à terre qui diffuse de la musique lors de mariage, et jusqu’à minuit et 1/2 !

  • Ryan
    Ryan — 23/07/2019
    polar seal | Sailboat — 11.79 m

    First, the town is awesome. Lot of history, lot of good pizza lots of things to do. The information about the 5eur dinghy tie up seems to be out of date or the guys have gotten greedy (this is my guess). They first said no to us then they wanted 10eur. I tried to negotiate but they could have cared less. We ended up tying the dinghy to where the very small fishing boats are on the other side of the concrete dock. Also, if you want to book a space here i might suggest doing it on this app. The anchorage was getting full and a few guys went in to see how much their boat would cost for the night. I heard 100 and 110 when navily was saying 90. I will also echo the points people have made about the conditions of the marina... even though we did not stay there. The swell does come around the wall a bit so be but it has not been too bad.

    First, the town is awesome. Lot of history, lot of good pizza lots of things to do. The information about the 5eur dinghy tie up seems to be out of date or the guys have gotten greedy (this is my guess). They first said no to us then they wanted 10eur. I tried to negotiate but they could have cared less. We ended up tying the dinghy to where the very small fishing boats are on the other side of the concrete dock. Also, if you want to book a space here i might suggest doing it on this app. The anchorage was getting full and a few guys went in to see how much their boat would cost for the night. I heard 100 and 110 when navily was saying 90. I will also echo the points people have made about the conditions of the marina... even though we did not stay there. The swell does come around the wall a bit so be but it has not been too bad.

  • Genevieve
    Genevieve — 12/07/2017
    TERUS | Sailboat — 14.75 m

    Super stop, sandy bottom 5m. Not too much boat passing. Good protection. Easy to get to town which offers a nice walk among the alleys. You can leave your zodiac near the small boats to go there.

    Super escale, fond de sable 5m. Pas trop de passage de bateau. Bonne protection. Facile pour aller en ville qui offre une agréable promenade parmi les ruelles. On peut laisser son zodiac près des petits bateaux pour y aller.

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