Port Napoleon 

3.1 (2 ratings)
  • 43° 22' 34" N, 4° 49' 52" E / See on the map

About Port Napoleon

  • 215
    Berths
  • 3 m
    Draft
  • 18 m
    Length
  • VHF channel
  • +33442484121
    Phone

Services and equipments

  • Electricity
  • Water
  • Showers
  • Restrooms
  • Fuel
  • WIFI

User reviews (2 ratings)

Hospitality
| 3.5/5
Cleanliness
| 4/5
Services
| 4/5
Proximity of shops
| 2/5
Tourism
| 2/5
  • David
    David ~ 15/06/2019
    Liesse | Sailboat ~ 14.0208 m

    Spent 2 winters on hard, very clean, organized and professional facility. Well stocked chandlery, good cafe, excellent marine services, best if you speak French but we got by w English. Can rent bikes to go to small town, good for provisioning. Also a VERY nice beach nearby which we didn t find until our second year. Great way to cool off after hot day working on the boat. Fair prices compared to Italy. Actually miss it.

    Spent 2 winters on hard, very clean, organized and professional facility. Well stocked chandlery, good cafe, excellent marine services, best if you speak French but we got by w English. Can rent bikes to go to small town, good for provisioning. Also a VERY nice beach nearby which we didn t find until our second year. Great way to cool off after hot day working on the boat. Fair prices compared to Italy. Actually miss it.

  • Dirk
    Dirk ~ 06/08/2019
    BOMMEL | Sailboat ~ 14.98 m

    It the past a reputation but that vanished over the years. Very windy and a boring place to stay for one or two nights. Good restaurant with fair prices. Long distance to St Louis du Rhone and an expensive ride to the airport of Marseille ( 1,5 hour ). In summer many mosquitoes coming out of the Camargue. ‘On the hard’ a good port for the winter. Be careful to deal with a company called Global Nautic at Port Napoleon. Awful experience we had with them!

    It the past a reputation but that vanished over the years. Very windy and a boring place to stay for one or two nights. Good restaurant with fair prices. Long distance to St Louis du Rhone and an expensive ride to the airport of Marseille ( 1,5 hour ). In summer many mosquitoes coming out of the Camargue. ‘On the hard’ a good port for the winter. Be careful to deal with a company called Global Nautic at Port Napoleon. Awful experience we had with them!