Puerto Noray 

4.2 (7 ratings)
  • 35° 17' 22" N, 2° 55' 56" W / See on the map

About Puerto Noray

  • 397
    Berths
  • 3 m
    Draft
  • 24 m
    Length
  • 9
    VHF channel
  • +34 952 67 36 00
    Phone

Harbour office

Période ~ 01/01 - 31/12
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Services and equipments

  • Electricity
  • Water
    Optional for boats above 3 meters
  • Showers
  • Restrooms
  • Fuel
    Payment by card available
  • Sewage water facility
  • WIFI
    Free
  • Boat ramp
  • Recycling
  • Bicycles
    For rent
  • Car rental
  • Video surveillance
  • Night watchman
  • Laundromat
  • Ice for sale
  • Shipchandler
  • Customs clearance
    Not available
  • Lifting crane
    Max weight: 65 tons
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User reviews (7 ratings)

Hospitality
| 4.4/5
Cleanliness
| 4/5
Services
| 4.4/5
Proximity of shops
| 4/5
Tourism
| 4/5
  • Patrick
    Patrick ~ 07/09/2020
    helida | Sailboat ~ 10.6 m
    Verified review

    Very welcoming and efficient staff, marina in the city center with supermarkets nearby and an old part to visit. The only problem is that the toilets are not in the middle and are cleaned very quickly ....

    Personnel très accueillant et efficace, marina dans le centre-ville avec des supermarchés à proximité et une partie ancienne à visiter. Le seul problème est que les sanitaires ne sont pas au milieu et sont nettoyés très rapidement ....

  • Andrew ~ 20/08/2020
    Izumi Maru | Sailboat ~ 13.97 m
    Verified review

    There is an interesting fort to the north of the marina that is worth a visit. Some colonial buildings are also of interest. A visit to the Moroccan border was interesting but, unfortunately we could only look across the fence. The guards were friendly and would of liked to let us in, only Covid-19 stopped us. We ate some very good tapis at Bar Aragón, around the corner of the Mercadona supermarket - Callé Marqués de Montemar 32. Also a nice restaurant to the north point of the north marina La Peragola, nice Spanish food - we were only people there though! There is very little in the way of touristic services at Melilla and not many restaurants are open. We made a booking for a spot opposite the marina reception for three days but, upon arrival we were told it was it was not longer available. We were sent to the waiting area and a marínelo met us at the sea wall. It was rear end on docking with bow lines. The Maranello handed my wife a bow line via my starboard propellor stopping the engine with tangle of rope. The marina also charged us for an extra day. Then offered to give back the money tomorrow, then the next tomorrow. There is no security on the waiting berth which is open to the public and we had suspicious characters hanging around outside our boat every night. There is a night club and casino on the marina, both make noise until 5am. Melilla is tax exempt and fuel is .84 euro cents/ltr. Luckily my wife speakers Spanish and translated for another crew as well as us as they do not speak English despite saying that they do.

    There is an interesting fort to the north of the marina that is worth a visit. Some colonial buildings are also of interest. A visit to the Moroccan border was interesting but, unfortunately we could only look across the fence. The guards were friendly and would of liked to let us in, only Covid-19 stopped us. We ate some very good tapis at Bar Aragón, around the corner of the Mercadona supermarket - Callé Marqués de Montemar 32. Also a nice restaurant to the north point of the north marina La Peragola, nice Spanish food - we were only people there though! There is very little in the way of touristic services at Melilla and not many restaurants are open. We made a booking for a spot opposite the marina reception for three days but, upon arrival we were told it was it was not longer available. We were sent to the waiting area and a marínelo met us at the sea wall. It was rear end on docking with bow lines. The Maranello handed my wife a bow line via my starboard propellor stopping the engine with tangle of rope. The marina also charged us for an extra day. Then offered to give back the money tomorrow, then the next tomorrow. There is no security on the waiting berth which is open to the public and we had suspicious characters hanging around outside our boat every night. There is a night club and casino on the marina, both make noise until 5am. Melilla is tax exempt and fuel is .84 euro cents/ltr. Luckily my wife speakers Spanish and translated for another crew as well as us as they do not speak English despite saying that they do.

  • Kerstin und Martin
    Kerstin und Martin ~ 15/08/2020
    Infinity | Sailboat ~ 11.73 m

    Charming city and old town. The accessories dealers are not well sorted. Very cheap marina prices. 15 euros per night for a 40 foot catamaran. Fill up with diesel at 0.7 euros per liter. Https://24infinity.wordpress.com

    Charmante Stadt und Altstadt. Die Zubehör Händler sind nicht gut sortiert. Sehr günstige Marinapreise. 15 Euro pro Nacht für einen 40 Fuß Katamaran. Diesel tanken um 0,7 Euro pro Liter. Https://24infinity.wordpress.com

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