Location - *****
Ease of entry - *****
Staff - n/a
Facilities (showers and toilets) - n/a
Water and electric - no
WiFi - no
Price - n/a
Fuel - no
Location wise it is a very nice marina and surrounding areas. It’s very modern and not a traditional or authentic French town though so if that’s your thing it’s not great. It’s also very expensive for food and drinks, around €9 for a beer!
Coming into the marina you follow a channel down which is well marked and relatively easy to get in to. There is a lot of traffic coming in and out which made it a little tight at times. At the end of the channel before the moorings you have to turn around and tie onto a visitors pontoon along the wall and go into the office to check in and find out which berth you will be on. This is a bit of a pain as it’s much easier to just moor up the once, especially after a hard sail!
The visitor moorings are finger pontoons and are quite tight to get into. We had a strong northerly wind which was blowing us off the pontoon so it took a couple of kind passers by along with us to get the boat on!
The marina itself is nice with all the amenities you could want - water, electric and a fuel pontoon too. The WiFi was ok for checking weather but for downloads or uploads it is no good.
Price wise it wasn’t very cheap, around €45 a night for us and the man at the check in desk wasn’t the friendliest!
Over all a good marina for a purposeful stopover to get some jobs done but we wouldn’t plan to stay there again.