Pointe de Spérone 

4.8 (9 ratings)
  • 41° 22' 14" N, 9° 13' 19" E / See on the map


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

Type of seabed

  • Sand

Protection against wind & swell

46% — Protection score
  • Speed : 3 knots
  • North East (54°)
  • Height : 0.2 m
  • South West (236°)

Reachable by dinghy

  • Beach
  • Snack
  • Water
  • Dock

User reviews (9 ratings)

  • Stephane — 05/08/2015
    Ile de Rey | Sailboat — 13.98 m

    Mooring in front of the beach of Petit Sperone, much less people than on the sandbar of the island Piana. Turquoise waters at the foot of the Sperone golf course

    Mouillage devant la plage du Petit Sperone,bien moins de monde que sur le banc de sable de l'île Piana. Des eaux turquoise au pied du golf de Sperone

  • Giacomo — 28/06/2018
    Occhio di pollo | Sailboat — 10.4 m

    Truly a great place to stay both day and night, very protected from western winds. It is still 30m from a rather high rocky coast and much more sheltered from W than in north flat island. It is also excellent the bar that is easily reached with the tender for beer and simple food. Only risk a golf ball on the head from the near field of Punta Sperone.

    Veramente un ottimo posto per stare sia di giorno che di notte, molto protetto dai venti occidentali. Si dà ancora a 30m da una costiera rocciosa piuttosto alta e molto più riparata da W rispetto a isola piana Nord. E' ottimo anche il baretto che si raggiunge facilmente col tender per birra e cibo semplice. Unico rischio una pallina da golf sulla testa dal vicino campo di Punta Sperone.

  • Lucas
    Lucas — 28/08/2019
    Dagobert | Sailboat — 10.05 m

    Spectacular anchorage, crystal clear waters. Be very attentive to the probe since there are some points with rocks, and the existence of a tongue of sand between the coast and the island in front, makes the depth descend very fast.

    Fondeo espectacular, aguas cristalinas. Estar muy atentos a la sonda ya que hay algunos puntos con rocas, y la existencia de una lengua de arena entre la costa y la isla que hay enfrente, hace que la profundidad descienda muy rápido.

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