Port Gallice - Juan-les-Pins


Port Gallice - Juan-les-Pins Description :

Port Gallice

Nested in the Cap d'Antibes peninsula, and Golfe-Juan harbour, Port Gallice is a quiet place, sheltered from the strong winds from the West. From the estuary, you can have an outstanding view of the Lerins Islands, which are only 2.5 miles away, and of Sainte-Marguerite, which became famous after the Man in the Iron Mask had stayed there. This pleasant marina especially appeals to amateur yachtsmen who are looking for a secure-welcoming-and-calm harbour area.

Port Gallice is ideally located to call in at the islands and discover nearby pleasant marinas. In particular, you will be able to visit a small-atypical-and-authentic fishing port, Port du Crouton, which has a separate access to moorings.

You can moor at concrete landing stages and anchor gears. This harbour has 525 berths which are 4.99 to 45 metre long, as well as 144 up-to-seven-metre-long public berths. The reception centre is open 24 hours a day, and 500 parking spaces are at your disposal. You are also offered standard services at dock services, among which bathrooms, water and electricity access, a dry dock, a launderette, Wi-Fi access, and a refuelling station.

Port Gallice is a haven of peace, which allows amateur yachtsmen to relax, having a walk along the coastline, having something to eat, or going for fresh supplies. In this place many festive events are organised, such as a jazz festival, concerts, and fireworks, to name just a few.

  • Pointe du Crouton, 06160 Juan-les-Pins France

  • VHF
  • 24/24 7j/j

  • 525
  • 45
  • NC

Pendille : NC

  • Yes

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