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Marinas in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
 Le Port Privé de CANNES MARINA

Le Port Privé de CANNES MARINA

Marina in Alpes-Maritimes
The Private Port of CANNES MARINA Fixed quay and pontoon with dead bodies and lines. It is forbidden to anchor in the port and to fish there. Fresh water - electricity 220V/15A - 4 bathrooms: 2 W.C. and 2 showers Launching area at the foot of the Harbor Master's Office Management of port berths 1769 moorings for motor boats from 6 m to 12 m - Average draft: 1.50 m Many places for annual rental There are no places for visits. Regarding rentals: Go through agencies or deal directly with the owners of the rings. The Maritime Captaincy does not manage rentals or transactions, but it is necessary to go there to register, with the documents on board and the insurance that is mandatory
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Capitainerie de Port Grimaud

Capitainerie de Port Grimaud

Marina in Var
Port-Grimaud is a lakeside town built on the edge of canals and lakes dug in the marshy lands of La Giscle where Athenapolis was said to be a Greek lakeside town. This city was designed by the architect François Spoerry who, in 1966, wanted to create a city where canals would replace the streets, and where each inhabitant would have a boat moored in front of his door. Port-Grimaud is made up of three ports: Port Grimaud, Marina de Port-Grimaud and Port-Grimaud II.
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Capitainerie du port de l'Ayguade

Capitainerie du port de l'Ayguade

Marina in Var
Picturesque port located at the mouth of the Roubaud canal between the Port of Hyères and the Port of Salins. The port of Ayguade has 431 berths, including 217 reserved for passing boats. Access to the upstream area of ​​the bridge is limited to ships with an air draft of less than 1.30m.
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Capitainerie du port de la Capte

Capitainerie du port de la Capte

Marina in Var
HYÈRES Port of La Capte Small marina, shallow draft and air draft limited to 1.5 m in the Gras canal. In the annex then on foot, a village awaits you for your supplies. In the superb harbor of Hyères, offshore, the three famous islands of Porquerolles, Port-Cros and Levant emerge. You will disembark in a quiet port, surrounded by a pine forest. Get on your bike for a pleasant ride by the sea, in the shade of the trees. The Gras canal located on the starboard side is not very deep but still houses a few boats. Formerly, the salt flats communicated by this link to bring the salt to the sea. If you have children, take them to play on the surrounding beaches, the funds have the particularity of being progressive.
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Capitainerie Saint Laurent du Var

Capitainerie Saint Laurent du Var

Marina in Alpes-Maritimes
Located at Port de Plaisance, 06700 Saint-Laurent-du-Var, France The PORT of SAINT-LAURENT-DU-VAR, near the Nice Côte d'Azur International Airport, is ideally located in the centre of the Côte d'Azur, equidistant from Monaco and Cannes and attracts countless visitors throughout the year. The PORT of SAINT-LAURENT-DU-VAR is a lively and welcoming place where you can safely moor your boats. Its proximity to all the interesting sites of the Côte d'Azur: - The Bay of Villefranche - The Lérins Islands in Cannes - Italy - Calvi at 98 nautical miles - The wild streams of the Var - The islands of Porquerolles for your anchorages Or other nearby land destinations: - The ski resorts are about 1 hour from the PORT of SAINT-LAURENT-DU-VAR - The Racecourse of Cagnes sur Mer - The Casinos of Monte Carlo - The Casino of Cagnes sur Mer - Golf courses - Numerous restaurants and bars day and night located in the port
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Captaincy Port Garavan

Captaincy Port Garavan

Marina in Alpes-Maritimes
Menton, the famous city of lemon Sheltered from the north winds by the ascent of the Alps, Menton benefits from an exceptional microclimate. The winters are milder there and the summers are hotter than in the other towns of the Riviera. With its 316 sunny days per year, Menton is a city where the thermometer rarely drops below 0 ° C. Menton is a city where nature and culture combine harmoniously. City of gardens, City of lemon but also city of art and history, Menton is rich in an exceptional natural and historical heritage. Here, in this unspoiled nature, everything is calm and beautiful. From the cornices overlooking the city, you can admire a postcard landscape, that of a city resting on the sea and bathed in hot sun all year round. It is also a seaside resort with two marinas Since January 1, 2018, the Société Publique Locale (SPL) Ports de Menton has been at the helm of these two ports with a dynamic team on board that welcomes you all year round. Menton has managed to combine culture, nature and dynamism in an idyllic setting… Come and discover our ports: the Port of Garavan and the Old Port.
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Horizon Marine

Horizon Marine

Marina in Arrondissement of Istres
We are a private family port. Our site is located in Provence, on the banks of the Etang de Berre (small Camargue). a typical place, accessible by waterway (from the sea) along the Caronte canal from Port de Bouc via Martigues (La Venise Provençale) with direct access to the largest pond in Europe with a tie rod of 9m water where 6000 boats navigate there all year round. We are located near Aix en Provence or Marseille TGV stations, Marseille airport, near the highway direction Italy - Spain - Lyon - Paris.
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Le Vieux Port

Le Vieux Port

Marina in Var
Welcome to the Old Port of Saint Raphaël. The Old Port, located in the heart of the city, now has all the necessary technical and aesthetic characteristics to navigate, maintaining its authenticity, its charm, with its traditional sharp points. Port equipment: fresh water distribution Electricity distribution 16A at 250 Ah Collection of bilge water, black water, gray water and waste water WIRELESS Equipment storage lockers Privatization of vehicle access to the docks under the control of the Maritime Captaincy. 1,000 covered parking spaces nearby night guard Video surveillance Waste recovery: own points: Two own points: Quai Nomy and Darse Kennedy (service station side) From 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. upon request at the port captaincy Recovery: used oil, used filters, empty cans, dangerous products, batteries, dirty textiles and cardboard, fire extinguishers, pyrotechnic devices, batteries Garbage rooms: Three local rubbish bins: Quai Nomy, Kennedy Pier, and Jean Bart Pier Recovery: household waste, selective sorting, cardboard, glass (quai Nomy) Free access
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Marina Baie des Anges

Marina Baie des Anges

Marina in Alpes-Maritimes
Harbour master's office Open 7 days a week - WIFI access - VHF channel 9 Sanitary Facilities 6 toilets - 6 showers - Permanently accessible by an access code, to be requested at the port office - Dishwashing area freely accessible Fueling station Located near the shipyard - 7 days a week, all year round Boatyard Public careening area and the shipyard managed by the Bleumer Company - Travelift 75T - 14T mobile crane
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Marina de port Grimaud

Marina de port Grimaud

Marina in Var
The Marina Port Grimaud has 250 berths for boats with a maximum draft of 22 and maximum of 3.20 m depth. With over 2000 berths over three marinas connected by a quite charming network of canals, bridges and man-made islands. Often likened to Venice for its canal layout. All berths are equipped with water and electricity. While most of the berths are privately owned, several hundred are reserved for casual stays. The marinas can admit yachts up to 30 metres, but the majority of berths are for small vessels. The picturesque streets of Port Grimaud, includes many restaurants, bars, ice cream shops, gift, in addition to other useful services in everyday city life.
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Marina of Sainte-Maxime

Marina of Sainte-Maxime

Marina in Var
The Sainte-Maxime marina and its captaincy welcome you all year round. Located in the heart of the city, the port is home to 800 pleasure boats, as well as five fishermen with their stall, a yacht club and the boaters' association. We also have a jetty reserved for the authorities with the port police, the nautical brigade and the customs surveillance brigade. In order to preserve the environment, modernize and enhance the port, the city of Sainte-Maxime has adopted an environmental management approach. We are certified as Clean Ports, Plaisance Quality seal and Blue Flag seal and we offer many services: A dock, a 24-hour boat refueling station, a free pumping station for sewage and bilge water. Water, 230V electricity, washer and dryer, 24/7 restrooms with showers, sale of ice cubes, ice blocks. A technical area: - The technical area complies with current environmental regulations. Intended for boats up to 13 meters and weighing less than 10 tons. - Crane (launched and out of the water) - Possibility of launching and removing with your trailer through the stands (inclined plane) - Handling coining in ber - Selective classification: containers are at your disposal to deposit used batteries, oils and cans Other services available: parking, shuttles and maritime taxis, restoration, equipment, shipyard, mechanical repair, boat sales, boat rental, maintenance, electricity, sail, conservation, surveillance, electronics... The Port of Sainte-Maxime, like the nautical professionals, have the same pleasure every year to accompany you in your passion for the sea and the boat to make you discover our beautiful region.
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PORT AUGUIER

PORT AUGUIER

Marina in Var
Nestled at the southern tip of the Giens peninsula, this small port has 109 berths, including 35 reserved for passing boats.
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Port Cogolin

Port Cogolin

Marina in Var
Port office Port Cogolin 83310 Cogolin T./F. 04 94 56 30 39 and 06 03 35 39 99 June-August Monday afternoon to Saturday 9 am-12 pm and 2 pm-6 pm, off-season Monday-Friday 9 am-12 pm, 2 pm-5 pm VHF-9 asl.portcogolin@orange.fr Harbour master François LADU Maritime Gendarmerie St-Raphaël 04 94 40 54 42. General operation Foncia Grand-bleu, private port. General equipment: 150 pl., reception of visitors according to availability (< 12.5 m). Reception: Harbor master's office Port dues and various taxes No deductible. Depth: 1.70 meters. Services Supplies: Fresh water Electricity (220 V) Ice (at the supermarket). Fuel: At the Marines of Cogolin or Port-Grimaud. Amenities: 2 toilets, 2 showers Wi-Fi Afloat care Private parking. Repairs: Travelift 70 t Free work area Crane 12 t. Mooring: Concrete quay (tail end with lines at the front) Anchors and buoys prohibited.
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Port De Beaulieu-sur-Mer

Port De Beaulieu-sur-Mer

Marina in Alpes-Maritimes
Built to the north of Cap Ferrat, surrounded by luxurious villas, the Beaulieu marina is nestled in a green area benefiting from an astonishing climatic mildness which has earned it the nickname of “Little Africa”. It has very good infrastructure and enjoys its renowned restaurants as well as the quality of its shops. Port de Beaulieu is also known as Le Port de Baeulieu-sur-mer and it is located in Beaulieu sur Mer, a distinguished coastal village on the French Riviera, in the department Alpes-Maritimes between Nice and Monaco. This area is also known by the name Belluogo in Italian and it represents a beautiful Mediterranean summer resort, home to the Villa Kerylos where a large number of pretentious tourists choose to retire. The spirit of the Cote d'Azur and Mediterranean flavours can be sensed in every corner of this village. La Baie des Fourmis and La Petite Afrique are the two main beaches that charm their guests and pamper their bodies. White sands and emerald green waters are encountered here, in this magical place. History enthusiasts and those who enjoy exploring various cultures can visit La Chapelle Sancta Maria de Olive, Le Palais des Anglais, La Rotonde, etc. Beaulieu-sur-Mer has incredible hotels like La Reserve de Beaulieu & Spa, next to the serene shores and steep cliffs.
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Port de Ferrières

Port de Ferrières

Marina in Arrondissement of Istres
Land entrance to Port Maritima Martigues: Lakeside and Maritime Between the Mediterranean Sea and the Étang de Berre, crossed by canals and crossed by bridges, the City of Martigues has no less than 9 marinas, i.e. a capacity of more than 3,000 boat berths on: 7 afloat ports, spread over the three districts of the city: Ferrières, Ile and Jonquières of the city and on the Mediterranean coast of the Municipality (Carro, Tamaris, Laurons) representing nearly 1,600 berths. 1 important land port “ Port Maritima, with 1000 berths, located on the right bank (when entering) of the Caronte canal connecting the sea to the lake, between the railway bridge and the motorway viaduct. This equipment accommodates sailboats and motor boats up to 16 tons MANAGEMENT : For the most part, these marinas are operated by Semovim on behalf of the city of Martigues. He managed the captaincy of marinas based in Port MARITIMA the team staff of marinas open every day of the year (except December 25) . Except part of the Port of Jonquières where the CLUB NAUTIQUE DE MARTIGUES (Tel / Fax 04 42 07 33 44) and the CVM (Cercle de Voiles Tel: 04 42 80 12 94) have several breakdowns and Port Terra quit is a Private management , BNS(Bonilla Nautique Services Tel: 04 42 79 87 34) .
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Port de Golfe-Juan - CCI Nice Côte d'Azur

Port de Golfe-Juan - CCI Nice Côte d'Azur

Marina in Alpes-Maritimes
Port de Golfe Juan, lying 2.5 miles NE of Cap de la Croisette, is a small craft harbor which is protected by two breakwaters and has extensive facilities for yachts. A light is shown from a white square tower with corbels, 16m high, standing 0.7 mile WNW of the harbor entrance. A high building situated close to the E breakwater is conspicuous.
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Port de la Rague

Port de la Rague

Marina in Alpes-Maritimes
Port de la Rague Port de la Rague is located in the Gulf of La Napoule, in its westernmost point, where the Mandelieu’s coast ends. A good landmark to get here is La Rague railway-bridge. The Cannes periphery coincides with this area that is characterized by tranquility and natural beauty. The nearby tourist attractions you can reach from this marina are the Croisette, the towns of Theoule-sur-Mer and La Napoule, the Lerins Islands. Port de la Rague is an utterly tranquil marina where you can feel in tune with nature. The local life also has a slow and relaxing pace and the marina’s staff is always ready to help you adapt to this rhythm. Marina Port de la Rague can accommodate up to 423 vessels. The maximum size of the vessels that can book a berth at Port de la Rague is 40 m. If you are interested in learning more about sailing, you will be pleased to find out that there is a sailing school on-site. Furthermore, they are also able to help you learn more on diving and, of course, practice this sport. At Port de la Rague harbor, you can access a wide range of services: diving service, seamanship, carpentry, market, boat store, service station, sanitary facilities, travelift, crane, nearby dining places and bars and much more. There is also a shipyard that can accommodate vessels and winter storage is available on demand.
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Port de la Salis

Port de la Salis

Marina in Alpes-Maritimes
Located Boulevard James Wyllie et de Bacon, 06160 Antibes Juan les Pins, France Point GPS : Latitude : 43.569387 | Longitude : 7.130229 Good amenities.
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Port des Fourmis

Port des Fourmis

Marina in Alpes-Maritimes
The Port des Fourmis is characterized by its associative character, which gives it a special atmosphere around the local recreational fishermen. In the immediate vicinity of the Kérylos and Ephrussi de Rothschild villas, the Eiffel residence and the magnificent Rotonde de Beaulieu-sur-Mer, the charming port of Beaulieu Fourmis is a true jewel in the Ports d'Azur network in a prestigious setting. 243 Berths, 12m Length 1.4m Draft VHF channel 9
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Port des Marines de Cogolin

Port des Marines de Cogolin

Marina in Var
The largest port, also one of the best equipped on the Côte d'Azur. Affiliated to the Fédération Française des Ports de Plaisance (FFPP) and member of the association "Union des Ports de Plaisance de la région PACA" (UPACA), this port, located 6 km from SAINT-TROPEZ, 80 km from CANNES and 130 kms from MONACO, is distinguished from all other marinas by its three spacious basins and a harmonious environment sheltered from the hills of the MAURES, on a surface of 22 hectares of water, 5 km of quays and pontoons. The 80-meter-wide entrance pass and the outer harbor with its 110-meter-diameter avoidance circle provide navigation comfort and safety that many ports on the Côte d'Azur envy us. With an average depth of 4 meters, the port will house after modernization a total of 1,400 boats of all sizes. We also offer high-level reception and service structures , physical permanence by qualified personnel, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year , numerous modern sanitary blocks , mooring assistance , numerous parking spaces. etc… We finally benefit from all the advantages with the proximity of all the major tourist and entertainment centers and nevertheless with sufficient distance to enjoy the calm even in the heart of summer.
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Port Du Cross De Cagnes

Port Du Cross De Cagnes

Marina in Alpes-Maritimes
Port Du Cross De Cagnes is a public Marina located in 06800 Cagnes-sur-Mer, France 3.2 m Length 0.91 m Draught 16 VHF Channel For more information Regional Tourism Committee, French Riviera France phone: +33 (0)4 93 37 78 78
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Port du Crouton

Port du Crouton

Marina in Alpes-Maritimes
This natural harbour was originally used by fishermen from Antibes during the fishing season. Many boats anchored there, as it was sheltered from the wind. In the 1970s, two associations shared the little port and as a result the place had a lively village atmosphere, with many an evening spent over an aperitif, some fish soup or a game of French bowls...In 1984, management of the port was taken over by the local authorities. Since then many changes have been made to ensure that the port meets the required standards and complies with maritime regulations. Today it boasts 350 moorings for small craft and meets the requirements for “Port Propre” (“Clean Port”) certification.
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Port du Lavandou

Port du Lavandou

Marina in Var
Le Lavandou is protected by a jetty and a mole, and has depths of 1 to 4m.The original basin is used by small craft. Anchoring is prohibited within this basin on account of mooring chains lying on the bottom. Quays at the W ends of the mole and the breakwater are reserved for the use of local ferries. An extensive yacht basin, protected by a curved breakwater, lies close SE of the original basin. Anchorage may be obtained, in depths of 15 to 20m, muddy sand, good holding ground, about 0.2 mile SE of the harbor. 1050 berths in 3 basins (<30m) of which 100 visit.
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Port du Moure Rouge

Port du Moure Rouge

Marina in Alpes-Maritimes
Maritime information Situation Latitude 43°32'5 North Longitude 7°02'60 East port entrance Access to ports signaled by channel draft and mooring 1.40m maximum Mooring in mother chain or "catway". Do not use the line as a mooring. accommodation capacity 450 berths, length up to 8.99 m
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Port Ferreol

Port Ferreol

Marina in Var
Located at Corniche des Issambres Le Corsaire, 83380, Francet. Port Ferreol is a marina in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur. Port Ferreol is situated nearby to Les Issambres and Espace de la Batterie. Port Ferreol has 130 berths to accommodate boats from 5m to 10m. The Port has access to water and electricity on the quays. A slipway with a subscription allows access to the sea to a greater number of boaters
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Port Gardian

Port Gardian

Marina in Arrondissement of Arles
Port Gardian is located in the heart of the capital of the Camargue: The SaintesMaries de la Mer. Besides the famous church of Stes Maries, located 200m from the docks, used for centuries of bitter fishermen and boaters. Port Gardian is located at 46 ° 26 'north latitude and 4 ° 25' east longitude. The port for pleasure craft in Saintes Maries de la Mer, called Port Gardian, welcomes yachtsmen sailing the Mediterranean sea. It offers : 22 berths with facilities for hooking up for fishermen 153 berths with facilities for hooking up for renters 111 for seaport leases 84 for the crossing At the port of Saintes Maries de la Mer, yachtsmen enjoy their leisure in a cosy port, in a friendly atmosphere where everyone lives and shares their passions. The port offers yachtsmen many facilities. The Captaincy A warm and pleasant atmosphere. In July and August, hours of operation are8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.. The rest of the year, from 8:00 to 12:00 and 14:00 to 17:00. From December to March, 8:00 to 12:00 and 14:00 to 17:00 Monday to Saturday Closed on Sunday, but with a penalty call in an emergency to June +33 (0)424 67 30 12. Floating docks for mooring lines on the way. Home dock with 1/2 hour franchise, located on the port side of the harbor entrance (to fuel station). In winter during the closing hours of the reception, we thank you position yourself on the platform Home.
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Port Miramar

Port Miramar

Marina in Var
Le port de plaisance de La Londe les Maures est situé face aux Iles d’Or, il est le point de départ ou l’étape idéale pour une excursion ou une croisière sur un plan d’eau particulièrement protégé, facilitant ainsi les manœuvres. Tous les services aux plaisanciers et amoureux de la mer sont proposés : la capitainerie et les professionnels présents et ouverts toute l’année sont à votre disposition. Le Port de Miramar sera votre point de départ pour les Iles de Porquerolles et Port Cros : les bateaux des Bateliers de la Côte d'Azur vous y emmènent d'avril à mi-novembre. Parkings gratuits sur le port.
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Port of Figueirette

Port of Figueirette

Marina in Espéro-Pax
Port de la Figueirette is also identified as Port de la Figueirette or Port de Plaisance de la Figueirette and it is located in Theoule sur Mer, a naturally generous village on the French Riviera, in the Alpes-Maritimes department, in southern France. A turquoise waterfront can be observed in this fantastic area, where boat owners and travellers can spend unique moments of serenity and well-being. The cobalt blue of the Mediterranean waters on this side of the coast is simply mind-blowing and sandy beaches are ideal for long hours of sunbathing. This is the perfect destination for active tourists who enjoy practising water sports, yet wish to retire to an isolated place like this. Golf lovers will be excited to try out one of the 18 golf courses in the area that offer modern facilities and wonderful green areas where mini golf is available, too. Mind-blowing hotels can be booked in this small paradise, such as the Tiara Yaktsa Cannes, the Tiara Miramar Beach Hotel Cannes, etc.
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Port of Health Villefranche - Health

Port of Health Villefranche - Health

Marina in Alpes-Maritimes
The port of Villefranche-Santé is a small sheltered port that can accommodate around fifty ships from April to October. This port, managed directly by the departments of the departmental council, has the particularity of welcoming more than 200,000 cruise passengers each year (222,671 passengers in 2019). Located to the north of the citadel, the Port de la Santé welcomes fishing boats, a few pleasure craft at the quayside, but above all the shuttles from the ships at anchor. Two French Navy chests (10,000 and 35,000 tonnes) are anchored in the bay to facilitate the stopover of cruise ships, which are placed by a pilot from the port of Nice. Arrival in the harbor by sea is a magical moment, particularly appreciated by passengers. A reception quay in the security zone and a ferry terminal make it possible to embark or disembark in good conditions. The proximity to the SNCF train station, accessible on foot, offers an additional advantage to this stopover.
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Port of Olivette

Port of Olivette

Marina in Alpes-Maritimes
It houses 43 boats, many of which are traditional pointus. Managed by an association whose objective is to promote what makes this little corner of paradise charming, the place has maintained the authenticity of what the coast was like at the beginning of the century. The association works hard to preserve this place and its spirit by bringing the little ones closer to the fauna and flora, restoring traditional pointus and creating activities (pointus races, fishing contests). The Antibes Juan-les-Pins Tourist Office can provide you with information
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Port of Saint-Aygulf

Port of Saint-Aygulf

Marina in Var
The port of Saint-Aygulf is a private port, near the beaches and campsites and the Saint Aygulf district. It offers a few places for hire in season and out of season for vessels from 5.5 m to 15 m. It is sheltered by east wind and mistral, access can be difficult by strong east wind. A restaurant, a diving club, a jet ski base and a shipyard operate on the port.
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Port Prive Marco Polo

Port Prive Marco Polo

Marina in Alpes-Maritimes
Port Prive Marco Polo, private marina Located at La Corvette, 312 Boulevard des Écureuils 06210 MANDELIEU
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Port Sanary sur Mer

Port Sanary sur Mer

Marina in Var
The town of Sanary-sur-Mer is located north of the bay of the same name. The marina is located in the heart of the city. This is a typical Provencal port as there exists a lot more on the Var coast. It has a small fleet of sharp Provence that fishermen use to practice the "small business". They sell the product of their daily fishing on the dock upon return to port. The harbor is sheltered from all winds except the south-west, which generates a large swell in the harbor. Access Day presents no difficulty.
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Port-Fréjus

Port-Fréjus

Marina in Var
Port-Fréjus is more than a marina: it is an emblematic, typical and warm neighborhood, dotted with numerous festivities. For thirty years, we have searched. DOCKING SERVICES Port agents accompany you from your arrival to your departure. Located at the entrance to the port, the shipyard offers maintenance and fuel services 24 hours a day.
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Régie des Ports Raphaëlois - Port of Santa Lucia South

Régie des Ports Raphaëlois - Port of Santa Lucia South

Marina in Port Santa-Lucia
The Port of Santa Lucia is the more recent of the two ports of Saint-Raphaël. It is set back from the city center, one kilometer to the east, along the coast. Built at the end of the 1960s, Port Santa Lucia is the largest port in the city of Saint-Raphaël. It was created by building a dike more than a kilometer long, parallel to the course of the coast, directly north of the islet of Lion de Terre. This made it possible to shelter a huge body of water between the dike and the mainland. In all, the port can now accommodate up to 1,636 boats of lengths varying from 6 m to 24 m (for the few yachts moored on the Quai le Prieur). The large dike, where more than 200 boats are moored, can only be accessed by land via a bridge located in the middle of the port, just in front of the Harbor Master's office building. Thus Port Sant Lucia is divided into two main basins: The South Basin comprising ten pontoons, part of the Quai d'Honneur and the Quai du Levant on the west dike; the North Basin comprising eight pontoons and the Quai du Ponant. Port life is generally concentrated in its center, along the Quai le Prieur. This is where most of the port's shops are gathered as well as a large selection of restaurants. It is a popular place for Raphael residents, especially when they want to enjoy a long lunch in the sun, by the water. There is a great diversity of stores. In Port Santa Lucia you will find on site a bakery, a tobacconist, a mini market, a shipchandler of course, etc. in short, almost everything you would need whether you are resident in the port year round or just passing through. It is a private port whose operation was taken over by the city of Saint-Raphaël in 2001. Although it is today under the management of the Régie des Ports Raphaëllois, it is still possible to sell rights to use leased rings. The concession for these berths expires on March 6, 2021, offering a long-term solution for boaters wishing to elect Port Santa Lucia as their home port on the French Riviera. Navigation / Approaches: The port has two passes, one in the South, one in the North, to be taken depending on the basin in which you will moor. The southern pass is easily identifiable from afar, thanks to the Earth Lion, located a few meters to the south. Be careful, in strong Mistral winds, the approach can be tricky with the risk of drifting towards the Earth Lion. The North Pass is located 1/2 nautical mile to the North (along the seawall), or 1/2 nautical mile to the East of the Old Port of Saint Raphaël.
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The Port Michel Pacha

The Port Michel Pacha

Marina in Var
The Port Michel Pasha: an anchorage plan of around 600 rings from 6 m to 55 m The mooring plan, with catway, organizes the distribution of around 600 units . The pleasure basin represents an anchorage area of ​​approximately 35,000 m2. The professional pool covers a mooring area of ​​approximately 2,600 m2 and offers 48 berths. An area of ​​1,200 m2 will also be dedicated to stopover boats. The port contains 25% of rings less than 10 m. The Port Michel Pacha: a pleasant marina to live in The yachtsman will benefit from many services included in the price of the stopover: toilets and showers, energy terminals, WIFI, gray water and black water pumping station. A welcoming and efficient harbor office will be built. The services offered to boaters (storage boxes, fairing, etc.) will create strong economic activity linked to the port and its users. The establishment of shops, a Yacht Club and a restaurant will extend this economic dynamism to the general public, see cruise passengers passing through the port.
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The port of Tamaris

The port of Tamaris

Marina in Arrondissement of Istres
The Calanque des Tamaris seasonal port of 90 places. The calanque des Tamaris and the cove des Laurons, both nestled on the Mediterranean coast of the Municipality, become charming seasonal ports in the summer months.The calanque des Tamaris, seasonal port with 90 berths (from May 1 to September 30) . Anse des Laurons, seasonal port with 75 places (from May 1 to October 31)
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Vieux Port de Menton

Vieux Port de Menton

Marina in Alpes-Maritimes
Located at Quai Napoléon III, 06500 Menton, France Facing the mountains and nestled at the foot of the old town, its location makes it a unique stopover. You will have a front row seat to admire the old town flooded by the morning sun which reveals its different warm and other colours.
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