Puerto Deportivo Llastres 

3.4 (5 ratings)
  • 43° 30' 58" N, 5° 15' 56" W / See on the map

About Puerto Deportivo Llastres

  • Berths
  • 3 m
    Draft
  • 15 m
    Length
  • 16
    VHF channel
  • +590 690 52 49 59
    Phone

Services and equipments

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

User reviews (5 ratings)

Hospitality
| 3/5
Cleanliness
| 2.6/5
Services
| 2.8/5
Proximity of shops
| 3.8/5
Tourism
| 4.6/5
  • Richard
    Richard ~ 21/07/2019
    Lady Gail | Sailboat ~ 10.8 m

    Its free. 2 visitors spaces on pontoon. Ni facilities but what do you expect. Fantastic town. Plenty of bars and restaurants

    Its free. 2 visitors spaces on pontoon. Ni facilities but what do you expect. Fantastic town. Plenty of bars and restaurants

  • Michel
    Michel ~ 14/07/2019
    Minahouet 2 | Sailboat ~ 12.35 m

    Very nice little port mainly dedicated to fishing but wanting to open to tourism. A stop to privilege for the beauty of the place. The marina services are not there but ... too bad. The restaus are perfect.

    Très joli petit port principalement dédié à la pêche mais voulant s’ouvrir au tourisme. Une halte à privilégier pour la beauté du lieu. Les services de marina ne sont pas là mais... tant pis. Les restaus sont parfaits.

  • Chris
    Chris ~ 02/10/2019
    ohana | Sailboat ~ 15 m

    Harbour master allowed us to stay on the end pontoon for free for a few nights but this depends on availability. As we were not paying we didn't get an access key for the gate so either get someone in another boat to let you in or dinghy across to the small harbour to get ashore. visitors moor (preferably) on the end part of the pontoons or if full, against the harbour wall beyond that with the fishing boats. very pretty village. People fishing on the harbour wall all night but they are not noisy.

    Harbour master allowed us to stay on the end pontoon for free for a few nights but this depends on availability. As we were not paying we didn't get an access key for the gate so either get someone in another boat to let you in or dinghy across to the small harbour to get ashore. visitors moor (preferably) on the end part of the pontoons or if full, against the harbour wall beyond that with the fishing boats. very pretty village. People fishing on the harbour wall all night but they are not noisy.

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