Porroig 

3.9 (17 ratings)
  • 38° 52' 3" N, 1° 18' 10" E / See on the map

Characteristics

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

Type of seabed

  • Sand

  • Rocks

  • Seaweed

Protection against wind & swell

73% — Protection score
Stormy
24.1°C
24.5°C
Wind
  • Speed : 3 knots
  • West (276°)
Swell
  • Height : 0.7 m
  • East (88°)

Reachable by dinghy

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

User reviews (17 ratings)

  • Jakob
    Jakob — 12/06/2019
    Ragnar | Sailboat — 9.4 m

    Very good anchorage. We stayed here for give days at a mooring bouy, it was not a commercial bouy (maybe private) so there was no paying. Lots of other boats stayed here on bouys aswell, all without paying. If you can get in to the south/east corner of the Bay, you are pretty much protected 360*. There is no shops nearby, closest city is Sant Joseph which is 8 kilometers away. A lot of seaweed, so if you want to drop anchor instead of taking a bouy, you should go to the most northern end of the bay, here you’ll find Big patches of sand.

    Very good anchorage. We stayed here for give days at a mooring bouy, it was not a commercial bouy (maybe private) so there was no paying. Lots of other boats stayed here on bouys aswell, all without paying. If you can get in to the south/east corner of the Bay, you are pretty much protected 360*. There is no shops nearby, closest city is Sant Joseph which is 8 kilometers away. A lot of seaweed, so if you want to drop anchor instead of taking a bouy, you should go to the most northern end of the bay, here you’ll find Big patches of sand.

  • Darren
    Darren — 14/07/2017
    Mama Berta II | Motorboat — 23.97 m

    There is a rope attached the rocks which has the end lying on the seabed 2.5m deep. I have tied up rear of boat with an 8 metre rope of mine to the end of that rope. This having dropped 20 metre of anchor about 20 metres off stern. So boat now secured with minimum movement. Ideal for family with kids as you can swim off the rear of boat without any danger of other boats passing by. Depth is 2.5/2.8m.i state average anchor point because you may have to dive in to ensure dept is adequate at a precise point. Any deviation to the sides may be too shallow for your boat.

    There is a rope attached the rocks which has the end lying on the seabed 2.5m deep. I have tied up rear of boat with an 8 metre rope of mine to the end of that rope. This having dropped 20 metre of anchor about 20 metres off stern. So boat now secured with minimum movement. Ideal for family with kids as you can swim off the rear of boat without any danger of other boats passing by. Depth is 2.5/2.8m.i state average anchor point because you may have to dive in to ensure dept is adequate at a precise point. Any deviation to the sides may be too shallow for your boat.

  • Bernice
    Bernice — 28/07/2019
    isla Bonita | Sailboat — 12.05 m

    Anchored first night, unfortunately buoy owner came back and his boat was huge, we have to move at 1h00am, fortunately buoy owner showed us nearby by to use for the night. Good Anchorage, a bit of swell on 4th night. very secure to anchor, we are 12.5m sailboat. nice quiet anchorage, no cafes or restaurants, but if you don't mind a walk of 20 minutes you can access Tropicana Restaurant on next Cala or even Blue Marlin..

    Anchored first night, unfortunately buoy owner came back and his boat was huge, we have to move at 1h00am, fortunately buoy owner showed us nearby by to use for the night. Good Anchorage, a bit of swell on 4th night. very secure to anchor, we are 12.5m sailboat. nice quiet anchorage, no cafes or restaurants, but if you don't mind a walk of 20 minutes you can access Tropicana Restaurant on next Cala or even Blue Marlin..

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