Real Club Mediterraneo Malaga 

3.2 (12 ratings)
  • 36° 42' 30" N, 4° 24' 46" W / See on the map

About Real Club Mediterraneo Malaga

  • 112
    Berths
  • 15 m
    Length
  • 7 m
    Draft
  • 9
    VHF channel
  • +34 952 22 63 00
    Phone

Services and equipments

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

User reviews (12 ratings)

Hospitality
| 3.2/5
Cleanliness
| 3.5/5
Services
| 3.2/5
Proximity of shops
| 2.7/5
Tourism
| 3.5/5
  • Pjotr ~ 15/07/2021
    Wervelwind | Sailboat ~ 13.8 m

    We came during the night and arrived at 06:00 in the morning. We were sent away by the night watchman.

    We came during the night and arrived at 06:00 in the morning. We were sent away by the night watchman.

  • Philippe ~ 17/04/2021
    Bod Lann | Sailboat ~ 10.8 m

    Access impossible, we were rejected as filthy by the night watchman. Private club, go your way ...

    Accès impossible, nous avons été rejetés comme des malpropres par le gardien de nuit. Club privé, passez votre chemin...

  • Running Bear
    Running Bear ~ 23/10/2020
    Running Bear | Sailboat ~ 14.92 m

    Malaga is an attractive city lots of nice old buildings, a welcome change from most of the nearby coastline. Scooter hire is right next to the marina, reducing the trip into the centre to only a few minutes. Walking is probably 20 mins or so but bars and restaurants around the main harbour are only about 5 or 10 mins walk. Main harbour not open to yachts on our visit. The marina itself is small, very well sheltered and very clean. A warm welcome on a rib, and pontoons to tie to! Luxury. Showers are communal but modern and, like most of Spain, the drains smell bad but otherwise a great marina. For some reason what should be a bar in the modern office building is instead a gym; I know what I’d rather be doing... Anyway as mentioned by others, the marina is very expensive at €50 in October, worth a stopover though.

    Malaga is an attractive city lots of nice old buildings, a welcome change from most of the nearby coastline. Scooter hire is right next to the marina, reducing the trip into the centre to only a few minutes. Walking is probably 20 mins or so but bars and restaurants around the main harbour are only about 5 or 10 mins walk. Main harbour not open to yachts on our visit. The marina itself is small, very well sheltered and very clean. A warm welcome on a rib, and pontoons to tie to! Luxury. Showers are communal but modern and, like most of Spain, the drains smell bad but otherwise a great marina. For some reason what should be a bar in the modern office building is instead a gym; I know what I’d rather be doing... Anyway as mentioned by others, the marina is very expensive at €50 in October, worth a stopover though.

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