Club Náutico Torre Horadada Marina - Marina Berths / Moorings
Club Náutico Torre Horadada Marina
Is situated in a quiet residential area with no traffic in the immediate port area. Built in 1979 in the shelter of Horadada headland, where there was small fishing harbour, the port became Club Náutico in 1984. With a clubhouse café and 506 berths, access is not difficult, although the approach should be undertaken with care owing to the numerous shoals near the entrance. On sailing up from the south, Isla Grosa and the San Pedro del Pinatar breakwater are easily-seen landmarks.
When approaching from the north, Torre de la Horadada is clearly visible, but yachts should leave 200m of clear water due to a barely submerged reef which runs 150 metres northwest from Punta de la Horadada. There are also rocks 10 metres SW of the eastern quay; in fact there are numerous rocky outcrops and shallows all along this section of coast. Visitors are welcome.
Phone: +44 1582 841711
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