Port-Vendres 

3.8 (33 ratings)

About Port-Vendres

  • 264
    Berths
  • 9 m
    Draft
  • 99 m
    Length
  • 9
    VHF channel
  • +33 4 68 82 08 84
    Phone

Where the mountains meet the Mediterranean! South of Collioure (the city of painters and cradle of Fauvism (Matisse, Derain, Duffy) and a mile north of Paulilles Bay, this stopover, recognized since antiquity, offers the picturesque charm of a natural harbor nestled in the hollow of the mountain. In the heart of the city, lively all year round, PORT-VENDRES (Portus Veneris in Latin), the last major port before the Spanish border, is a privileged stopover. The presence of nautical professionals makes it possible to meet all needs. Before arriving at the port, call on channel 9 of your VHF the best reception will be reserved for you.

Harbour office

Période ~ 14/09 - 31/12
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Services and equipments

  • Electricity
  • Water
    Included in the price
  • Showers
  • Restrooms
  • Fuel
    Not available
  • Sewage water facility
  • WIFI
    Free
  • Boat ramp
    Not available
  • Recycling
  • Bicycles
    Free rental
  • Car rental
  • Video surveillance
  • Night watchman
    Not available
  • Laundromat
  • Ice for sale
  • Shipchandler
  • Customs clearance
  • Lifting crane
    Max weight: 160 tons
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User reviews (33 ratings)

Hospitality
| 3.8/5
Cleanliness
| 3.5/5
Services
| 3.3/5
Proximity of shops
| 4.2/5
Tourism
| 3.9/5
  • Andrew ~ 08/10/2020
    Doucette | Motorboat ~ 10 m
    Verified review

    Lovely proper port. Came in from overnight anchorage in stunning Collioure at 7am as weather was turning and Capitainarie allowed me to moor alongside as I had dinghy strapped on stern making stern to mooring a little awkward. Very accommodating! Thank you team. We found sanitaires clean and tidy. Plenty of choice for restaurants and bars and great bread from Boulangerie on the quay. Bargain at €23 for the night in October for 10m motorboat. Will be back next year.

    Lovely proper port. Came in from overnight anchorage in stunning Collioure at 7am as weather was turning and Capitainarie allowed me to moor alongside as I had dinghy strapped on stern making stern to mooring a little awkward. Very accommodating! Thank you team. We found sanitaires clean and tidy. Plenty of choice for restaurants and bars and great bread from Boulangerie on the quay. Bargain at €23 for the night in October for 10m motorboat. Will be back next year.

  • Winston ~ 18/09/2020
    Amuse | Sailboat ~ 12 m

    We berthed backed onto the quay at the heart of a busy and attractive working harbour with road traffic just a few metres away and therefore noisy during the day. Showers and toilets were basic and cramped. Lidl and Carrefour are each about a 30 minute walk from the dock, plenty of restaurants and fresh fish available from stalls round the harbour. In mid September 2020, the cost for our 12m sailing yacht was 48 euros a night, including electricity and water. No wifi, or laundry facilities. A lovely place to stop for a couple of nights.

    We berthed backed onto the quay at the heart of a busy and attractive working harbour with road traffic just a few metres away and therefore noisy during the day. Showers and toilets were basic and cramped. Lidl and Carrefour are each about a 30 minute walk from the dock, plenty of restaurants and fresh fish available from stalls round the harbour. In mid September 2020, the cost for our 12m sailing yacht was 48 euros a night, including electricity and water. No wifi, or laundry facilities. A lovely place to stop for a couple of nights.

  • Guillaume ~ 29/08/2020
    Alfreda | Sailboat ~ 8.8 m

    Very warm welcome, helpful team. The port is quite calm. The sanitary facilities are nearby. Ideal before entering the vermeille coast. Departure for a hike to the nearby Cape Béar. Wine tasting at the Claire Mayol cellar a stone's throw from the port: very warm welcome in a very nice place.

    Très bon accueil, équipe serviable. Le port est assez calme. Les sanitaires sont à proximité. Idéal avant d'entrer sur la côte vermeille. Départ de rando vers le cap Béar tout proche. Dégustation de vins à la cave Claire Mayol à deux pas du port : accueil très chaleureux dans un lieu très sympa.

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Tourism

Petit Train touristique ( Port-Vendres à Collioure)

Quai François Joly, Port-Vendres, France
Website

Circuit Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Port-Vendres, France
Website