Marinas in Andalucia

There are many Marinas on the Costa del Sol for those that love to sail or just strole around.

The Mediterranean provides a variety of coastline, from the relatively flat beaches of the Costa del Sol to the coves of Almeria, the Costa Brava and the Balearics.

You can sail westward through the Strait of Gibraltar to the Atlantic coast of the Costa de la Luz and, if you so desire, to the Portuguese Algarve. To the south is the continent of Africa, with popular marinas at Ceuta and Smir.

Marinas – Málaga Province

Many of the marinas have yacht clubs, sports facilities, boat and equipment rental, hotels, casinos, shopping areas, fuel, workshops, bars and restaurants, making them also places worth a visit, even if you’re not the seafaring type.

Berths can be difficult to find, especially during the summer months, and it is always advisable to pre-book a mooring at your planned destination.

Benalmádena
Cabopino
Duquesa
El Candado
Estepona
Fuengirola
La Caleta de Vélez
Marbella
Puerto Banús
Málaga Marina

Marinas – Granada Province

Punta de la Mona (Marina del Este)
Motril

Marinas – Almeria Province

Adra
Aguadulce
Almerimar
Club del Mar de Almería
Garrucha
Roquetas del Mar
San José

Marinas – Cádiz Province

Algeciras
America
Barbate
Chipiona
Puerto Chico La Línea
Real Club Náutico de Cádiz
Rota
Sancti Petri
Santa Maria
Sherry
Sotogrande

Marinas – Huelva Province

Club Marítimo de Huelva
El Rompido
Isla Cristina
Magazón
Punta Umbria

Marinas – Sevilla Province

Club Náutico Sevilla
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