Location - *****
Ease of entry - *****
Staff - ****
Facilities (showers and toilets) - n/a
Water and electric - yes
WiFi - yes but very bad
Price - ****
Fuel - no
We really liked this marina and it had everything that we would want. We only stayed one night as we were tied with timelines and weather but we would definitely go again.
Getting into the marina is easy. You have to go down a little channel and under a bridge but it’s very tall and our mast height of 22meters went under with no problems. The marina is straight after the bridge on the right and it’s fairly wide entrance makes it easy to get in and moor up.
The marina itself is lovely, quite modern with electric and water as well as a laundrette and shower facilities. There is WiFi although we couldn’t pick it up from any of our devises on the boat so it’s not very good! The views are beautiful too, with beaches and little coves all around. There is a bar/restaurant next to the marina office which has an indoor/outdoor area and it’s been done really well. The drinks were €5.80 for 2 large beers and the staff bring round little tapas dishes which are free and delicious!
We walked up the hill into the town and it’s a bustling place with a lovely square and lots of shops, bars and restaurants. It’s got a very traditional Spanish vibe which we loved and the people were all very friendly.
The price was €25 for the night which we thought was very reasonable and we were very happy. The lady behind the desk was really nice too and spoke relatively good English.
Over all it’s a nice marina in a really lovely Spanish town. Lots of things to see and do and really lovely people around, winner!