Marina Muxía 

4.3 (19 ratings)
  • 43° 6' 18" N, 9° 12' 53" W / See on the map

About Marina Muxía

  • 220
    Berths
  • 6 m
    Draft
  • 35 m
    Length
  • 9
    VHF channel
  • +34 652 97 16 67
    Phone

This port on the Costa da Morte is located in the Sir part of the Camariñas estuary. Cabo vilán, if you come from the N, and Touriñan, if you come from the S, are the two milestones for the recognition of the Ría de Camariñas. The Basses of the Broken and Leixón de Janboy, condition the entrance. Canal de las Quebranta: Coming from the N, and guarding the Bajo Bufardo in Cabo Villán, you will sail until the hermitage of Ntra. Sra. Del Monte delays at 153º, putting bow to it, until you have Vilán at 015º with the Punta de Corno, governing the 179th with the church of Muxía by the bow. Passing between the Farelo and the Quebranta Chica, until you discover the mouth of the Ponte do Porto river. Here, at 108'5º, bow to the leading of the point of the Lake, to the NS of the Castelo Novo, to govern in search of the jetty of the Port. Canal de la Barca: it is wider and better to navigate. Navigate until you have Punta Villueira with Punta del Castelo Novo and the mouth of the Ponte do Porto river at 082º, then heading east to Punta Villuira until the church of Muxía delays at 179º. From here, navigate with the previous indications.

Harbour office

Période ~ 01/01 - 31/12
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
08h00-22h00 08h00-22h00 08h00-22h00 08h00-22h00 08h00-22h00 08h00-22h00 08h00-22h00

Services and equipments

  • Electricity
  • Water
    Included in the price
  • Showers
  • Restrooms
  • Fuel
    Payment by card available
  • Sewage water facility
  • WIFI
    Free
  • Boat ramp
  • Recycling
  • Bicycles
    Not available
  • Car rental
  • Video surveillance
  • Night watchman
    Not available
  • Laundromat
  • Ice for sale
  • Shipchandler
  • Customs clearance
    Not available
  • Lifting crane
    Not available
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User reviews (19 ratings)

Hospitality
| 4.7/5
Cleanliness
| 4.4/5
Services
| 4.1/5
Proximity of shops
| 4.2/5
Tourism
| 4/5
  • Frans
    Frans ~ 08/10/2020
    Marbuzet | Sailboat ~ 12.07 m

    Although we only came in for fuel we were welcomed and assisted with mooring. Lady in charge was super friendly and welcoming. She came with a quad with fuel from nearby shell station. No charges for a couple of hours.

    Although we only came in for fuel we were welcomed and assisted with mooring. Lady in charge was super friendly and welcoming. She came with a quad with fuel from nearby shell station. No charges for a couple of hours.

  • Sixte
    Sixte ~ 01/10/2020
    Akua | Sailboat ~ 9.15 m

    Very warm welcome at the port! We were attacked by orcas off muxia, the port service helped us find a carpenter to fix the helm ... Really very accommodating! At the moment, there are a lot of berths available at the port.

    Accueil très chaleureux au port! Nous avons été attaqués par des orques au large de muxia, le service du port nous a aidés à trouver un menuisier pour réparer la barre ... Vraiment très arrangeant! Pour le moment, il y a beaucoup de places disponibles au port.

  • Marcin
    Marcin ~ 29/09/2020
    BeBrave | Sailboat ~ 15.5 m
    Verified review

    Nice and open people in marina. Lot of space even for bigger boats. Almost empty. Lots of shops close to the marina and of course beginning (or end 😄) of the famous route for pilgrims. amazing views from the monastery on the hill.

    Nice and open people in marina. Lot of space even for bigger boats. Almost empty. Lots of shops close to the marina and of course beginning (or end 😄) of the famous route for pilgrims. amazing views from the monastery on the hill.

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