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Puerto de Garrucha (Marina)

Average 3 stars from 2 user reviews.

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Coordinates: 037° 10.908' N , 001° 49.055' W
Country: Spain

Facilities for berth holders


Warning: there is a lot of marble dust from the commercial harbour which settles on the ore on the boats and causes corrosion on the stainless steel. 
Moor: northern end of the harbour, good shelter except from southerlies.
Managed by the public Andalusian port authority which has the old jetty of the port with 22 berths destined for sport boats and also leased 5 pontoons of the sports area to Club Nautico Garrucha which has 250 berths; max LOA: 12 m; max draught: 4 m  
T. (+34) 950 13 24 10 ; F: (+34) 950 13 23 15 VHF Ch 9 and 16
Ashore: water , electricity , waste (including used oils ) collection, showers and toilets; 24 hour security, In the northern harbour a boat yard with 150.0 Tn. travel lift. Fuel, Chandler. Restaurants and large supermarkets with an excellent range within easy walking distance.
Don't miss: for festivities in Mojacar -



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by Ian Moulding on 02 March 2019

A scruffy place, grubby showers

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by David Millner on 02 June 2018

You can't anchor inside the puerto anymore but there is space to anchor on the beach side of harbour entrance which is sheltered except from E, SE or S wind. I recommend Mercadona supermarket a short walk from the newish marina. The harbour was extended over the last few years and is finished now. On Friday mornings find the large weekly market in the streets. It is a good place to stock up with fruit, vegetables, honey, olives etc. Gambas are the speciality of Garrucha. Be careful as some of the fish restaurants can overcharge. I like this very Spanish town and on the Calle Major are many small shops. The dust is Yeso (plaster for walls) and comes from nearby Sorbas valley. Garrucha is the main port for it's export.

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Last updated by Helena Neal on 17/05/2018 03:50:01.
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