Puerto de Adra 

2.9 (11 ratings)
  • 36° 44' 39" N, 3° 1' 8" W / See on the map

About Puerto de Adra

  • 100
    Berths
  • 4 m
    Draft
  • 25 m
    Length
  • 9
    VHF channel
  • +34 950 80 50 61
    Phone

Services and equipments

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

User reviews (11 ratings)

Hospitality
| 3.7/5
Cleanliness
| 2.5/5
Services
| 3.3/5
Proximity of shops
| 3.1/5
Tourism
| 2.1/5
  • Sauna
    Sauna ~ 13/10/2020
    Rantje | Sailboat ~ 12.98 m

    Nice reception and easy port access. Pay attention to silting when entering. The port is currently being rebuilt and should be built in 2021 with a completely new sanitary facility. At the moment only a construction container. Shops and many bars as well as the beach can be reached within 500m. Price in October 2020 for 13m, 21 euros / night

    Netter Empfang und einfacher Hafenzugang. Bei der Einfahrt auf Versandung achten. Der Hafen wird gerade umgebaut und soll 2021 mit einer komplett neuen Anlage für Sanitäranlagen entstehen. Momentan nur ein Baucontainer. Shops und viele Bars sowie der Strand sind innerhalb von 500m erreichbar. Preis im Oktober 2020 für 13m, 21 Euro/Nacht

  • Mario
    Mario ~ 18/08/2020
    Amazing Two | Sailboat ~ 11.78 m

    Very good pontoons, a lot of space, friendly people, the city nothing beatifull and dirty. A perfect spot, if you need to stop, if you arrive during the night and leave earlyear, probably dont need to pay.

    Very good pontoons, a lot of space, friendly people, the city nothing beatifull and dirty. A perfect spot, if you need to stop, if you arrive during the night and leave earlyear, probably dont need to pay.

  • Bas ~ 14/07/2020
    Barsalona | Sailboat ~ 11.29 m

    Better skip this port. Nice marinero that replies on vhf, no English though. Enough space as port is desolated, only some left behind old boats still there. Sanitary is in two Porto cabins but the worst we have seen in two years Spain. Not functioning and not clean. Nothing to do in this place. Can be a useful stopover in case of storm but otherwise can’t think of a reason to go there.

    Better skip this port. Nice marinero that replies on vhf, no English though. Enough space as port is desolated, only some left behind old boats still there. Sanitary is in two Porto cabins but the worst we have seen in two years Spain. Not functioning and not clean. Nothing to do in this place. Can be a useful stopover in case of storm but otherwise can’t think of a reason to go there.

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