Puerto de la Manga 

4.2 (5 ratings)
  • 37° 38' 19" N, 0° 43' 53" W / 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
14.8°C
18.3°C
Wind
  • Speed : 21 knots
  • North West (327°)
Swell
  • Height : 1.6 m
  • North (339°)

Reachable by dinghy

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

User reviews (5 ratings)

  • Lindsey
    Lindsey — 27/08/2019
    Britt | Sailboat — 17.5 m

    We stayed here for nearly two weeks in August. Plenty of space and good holding and absolutely no swell. Busy during the day with local boats and jet skis. Some noise at night from the beach bars. We liked the beach bar on the left as you look at the beach. Friendly staff and nice food. You can pull the dinghy up on the beach (which we did near the beach bar) and we left it there all day several times with no problems. If you cross the open ground and get to the main road then turn right you will find a Mercadona supermarket (about 15 minutes walk) and from there it is only another 5 minutes to the harbour of Cabo de Palos with its restaurants and dive shops. We recommend the Muro de Sal for their paella. We only saw a few large jellyfish fish and swam without any problems. Lots of people swimming from the beach too.

    We stayed here for nearly two weeks in August. Plenty of space and good holding and absolutely no swell. Busy during the day with local boats and jet skis. Some noise at night from the beach bars. We liked the beach bar on the left as you look at the beach. Friendly staff and nice food. You can pull the dinghy up on the beach (which we did near the beach bar) and we left it there all day several times with no problems. If you cross the open ground and get to the main road then turn right you will find a Mercadona supermarket (about 15 minutes walk) and from there it is only another 5 minutes to the harbour of Cabo de Palos with its restaurants and dive shops. We recommend the Muro de Sal for their paella. We only saw a few large jellyfish fish and swam without any problems. Lots of people swimming from the beach too.

  • Gavin
    Gavin — 08/06/2019
    Loki Too | Sailboat — 10.98 m

    Great holding, sat for days in up to 28kts of wind from the NE. Good access to the beach, small beach bar and a shop easily accessible within the campsite.

    Great holding, sat for days in up to 28kts of wind from the NE. Good access to the beach, small beach bar and a shop easily accessible within the campsite.

  • Andy & Lyn
    Andy & Lyn — 19/07/2018
    Evanescence | Sailboat — 11.7 m

    Very protected and excellent holding. A bit lacking in atmosphere. Swimming buoys protect the beaches and swimming areas but there is lots of space to anchor. Have seen huge jellyfish so not tempted to swim! The water isn’t as clear as some of the coastal anchorages.

    Very protected and excellent holding. A bit lacking in atmosphere. Swimming buoys protect the beaches and swimming areas but there is lots of space to anchor. Have seen huge jellyfish so not tempted to swim! The water isn’t as clear as some of the coastal anchorages.

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