Associação Naval do Guadiana 

4.1 (16 ratings)

About Associação Naval do Guadiana

  • 360
    Berths
  • 20 m
    Length
  • 3 m
    Draft
  • 12
    VHF channel
  • +351 281 513 769
    Phone

Harbour office

Période ~ 01/06 - 30/09
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
09h30-12h30
15h00-20h00
09h30-12h30
15h00-19h30
09h30-12h30
15h00-19h30
09h30-12h30
15h00-19h30
09h30-12h30
15h00-19h30
09h30-12h30
15h00-19h30
09h30-12h30
15h00-20h00

Services and equipments

  • Electricity
  • Water
    Included in the price
  • Showers
  • Restrooms
  • Fuel
    Payment by card available
  • Sewage water facility
  • WIFI
    Free
  • Boat ramp
    Not available
  • Recycling
    Not available
  • Bicycles
    Not available
  • Car rental
    Not available
  • Video surveillance
  • Night watchman
  • Laundromat
    Not available
  • Ice for sale
  • Shipchandler
    Not available
  • Customs clearance
    Not available
  • Lifting crane
    Max weight: 5 tons
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User reviews (16 ratings)

Hospitality
| 4.4/5
Cleanliness
| 3.6/5
Services
| 3.8/5
Proximity of shops
| 4.3/5
Tourism
| 4.4/5
  • Marco ~ 02/08/2021
    Sway | Sailboat ~ 12.2 m

    Second visit here. Now high season prices. Navily indicates €35/night for my 40 ft Bavaria, but I paid €46. The VHF channel is 9, not 12. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Almost all speak sufficient English too. The wavebreaker works quite well. You need to hang your fenders very low, in the water, as the pontoon is also low, and the wooden beam even lower than the edge. Village is pleasant. Very nice walks to be made in the dunes/forest. Supermarket is easier by bike. I have my own on board, so no info about rentals. Petrol expensive here. Better fill up in Ayamonte.

    Second visit here. Now high season prices. Navily indicates €35/night for my 40 ft Bavaria, but I paid €46. The VHF channel is 9, not 12. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Almost all speak sufficient English too. The wavebreaker works quite well. You need to hang your fenders very low, in the water, as the pontoon is also low, and the wooden beam even lower than the edge. Village is pleasant. Very nice walks to be made in the dunes/forest. Supermarket is easier by bike. I have my own on board, so no info about rentals. Petrol expensive here. Better fill up in Ayamonte.

  • Peter ~ 20/07/2021
    Leon | Sailboat ~ 12.5 m

    Very nice port to stop. Extremely nice staff. Marineros about the best you find in Spain / Portugal. A place to pause.

    Very nice port to stop. Extremely nice staff. Marineros about the best you find in Spain / Portugal. A place to pause.

  • Leo
    Leo ~ 29/06/2021
    Clu Race | Sailboat ~ 14.2 m
    Verified review

    Very pleasant spot with very welcoming and helpful staff. They have ‘marinero’ 24 hours to help you mooring. They are also very flexible and tolerant with your eventual plan changes. The town is charming and you have a lot of nice restaurants and coffee places! Great food and finally I could have a really really nice expresso coffee (if you’re arriving from Spain, you’ll cry for a Portuguese expresso coffee, believe me! 😇). Marina and town are very clean as well as the waters. Showers are enough, internet was intermittent at the time, maybe a laundry machine would help and average supermarket (Dia) is not that big and not that close, but walking through the town is very pleasant, so not a big effort. Marina is sheltered but the tidal flush inside the marina is strong (not choppy or bouncing though, just pushing your lines) and may force you to plan your maneuvers carefully, mainly if you have strong tidal flush and winds on same direction. Anyways the staff can help you and the oldest of them is very knowledge about these tidal flush tricks and he help you with the maneuvers. They’re all very kind and helpful. The price is fair but is not clear. You end up paying always more than what the application shows. They charge you +15% over class price for docking at the break wall but not only it’s not your choice to stay there as it is the worst place to be (more exposed to the tidal flush). Staying on the break wall should be cheaper, not more expensive. Plus, they add 2 euro if you use energy. But I keep coming back time to time and I always enjoy!

    Very pleasant spot with very welcoming and helpful staff. They have ‘marinero’ 24 hours to help you mooring. They are also very flexible and tolerant with your eventual plan changes. The town is charming and you have a lot of nice restaurants and coffee places! Great food and finally I could have a really really nice expresso coffee (if you’re arriving from Spain, you’ll cry for a Portuguese expresso coffee, believe me! 😇). Marina and town are very clean as well as the waters. Showers are enough, internet was intermittent at the time, maybe a laundry machine would help and average supermarket (Dia) is not that big and not that close, but walking through the town is very pleasant, so not a big effort. Marina is sheltered but the tidal flush inside the marina is strong (not choppy or bouncing though, just pushing your lines) and may force you to plan your maneuvers carefully, mainly if you have strong tidal flush and winds on same direction. Anyways the staff can help you and the oldest of them is very knowledge about these tidal flush tricks and he help you with the maneuvers. They’re all very kind and helpful. The price is fair but is not clear. You end up paying always more than what the application shows. They charge you +15% over class price for docking at the break wall but not only it’s not your choice to stay there as it is the worst place to be (more exposed to the tidal flush). Staying on the break wall should be cheaper, not more expensive. Plus, they add 2 euro if you use energy. But I keep coming back time to time and I always enjoy!

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