Porto Pineddu 

4.7 (9 ratings)
  • 38° 57' 50" N, 8° 35' 14" E / See on the map

Characteristics

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

Type of seabed

  • Sand

  • Rocks

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

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

User reviews (9 ratings)

  • Oliv & My
    Oliv & My ~ 23/07/2021
    Libera | Sailboat ~ 9.45 m

    Aim for the sand, between Posidonia and slabs of rock, at a depth of 4-5m.

    Bien viser le sable, entre posidonies et plaques de roches, par 4-5m de fond.

  • Florent
    Florent ~ 01/06/2021
    Mahina | Sailboat ~ 11.56 m

    Coming here with a westerly wind, it is very calm and well sheltered, 5m deep on sand. In 10min you are in Porto Pino on foot

    Venu ici par vent d'Ouest, c'est très calme et bien abrité, 5m de fond sur sable. En 10min vous êtes à Porto Pino à pied

  • Pete
    Pete ~ 22/10/2020
    Geronimo | Sailboat ~ 12.7 m

    Decided last minute to anchor here as opposed to Golfo di Palmas as we thought it would be more protected from strong south easterly waves and wind. After a magnificent long early morning run along the beach at Golfo di Palmas I’d beg to differ! The bay is very pretty but the wind funnels through and the swell manages to turn the corner unless anchored tight to the right. Unfortunately this is where all the flat rock slabs disguised as sand are! Best holding is further north in proper sand!

    Decided last minute to anchor here as opposed to Golfo di Palmas as we thought it would be more protected from strong south easterly waves and wind. After a magnificent long early morning run along the beach at Golfo di Palmas I’d beg to differ! The bay is very pretty but the wind funnels through and the swell manages to turn the corner unless anchored tight to the right. Unfortunately this is where all the flat rock slabs disguised as sand are! Best holding is further north in proper sand!

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