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ANDALUSISCHE SPORTHÄFEN Aso. de Puertos Deportivos y Turisticos de Andalucia (MARINAS DE ANDALUCIA)

Torre de Control, Puerto Deportivo, 29680 Estepona
Spain
Telephone +34 952 801866
Fax +34 952 802497
marketing@marinasdeandalucia.com

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Product category: Marinas / Yacht Harbours

Marina El Rompido

The Marina El Rompido leisure port is located in Cartaya, in Huelva. It is a river port: its waters belong to the Piedras river, which is part of the Natural Site and Marshes of Rio Piedras and Flecha del Rompido, a nature site straddling both banks and the mouth of the river. Once on land, you will be able to enjoy the Riotinto Mining Park, where you will be able to experience a different sort of train ride, enter a mine or visit a real Victorian house. You will also be able to wander through the corridors of the Cortegana Castle-Fortress, one of the most noteworthy military buildings still preserved in the Huelva hills, or explore the history of the Mosque in Almonaster la Real.

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Puerto Sherry

Puerto Sherry is a magnificent leisure port located in El Puerto de Santa María, in the Bay of Cádiz, a compulsory place of passage for those crossing the Straits of Gibraltar. At this marina you will find the perfect place to combine nautical activities and leisure all year round. You will also be able to enjoy local cuisine at the Central Market or wander the marvellous streets of El Puerto de Santa María as far as the Santa Catalina Fort. A visit to Setenil de las Bodegas, in the Cádiz hills, is a must. This town in the province of Cádiz is famous for the singularity and beauty of its urban framework: the houses are dug from the mountains and the roofs are the actual rocks.

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Alcaidesa Marina

The Alcaidesa Marina leisure port is located just to the west of Gibraltar, in a natural dock, where the Mediterranean Sea welcomes visiting sailors. It belongs to the Cádiz town of La Línea de la Concepción and its privileged position, within the bay of Algeciras, makes it an ideal port both to serve as a base for longer stays or as a stop-off point during transit. It offers a golf course than runs parallel to the beach, shopping centres and leisure areas. The magnificent, strategically placed natural enclave of Alcaidesa Marina is complemented by long stretches of golden, sandy beaches and adventure activities. Gibraltar is home to Europa Point, one of the most famous lookout points with views of the end of Spain and the beginning of Africa, and also to St Michael’s Cave, a stunning cavity in the rocks

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Puerto Sotogrande

This port is located at the eastern entrance to the Straits of Gibraltar, in the exclusive and wellknown residential complex of Sotogrande, within the Cádiz municipality of San Roque. This tourist destination boasts attractions all year round, from its legendary golf courses to kitesurfing on the beach or hiking in autumn. Sotogrande is a place where your days can be designed to suit your tastes. You can walk, horse ride and fish all year long and head into the countryside that makes up the two nature parks in the area: Los Alcornocales and the Guadiaro River Nature Site. A stop here is vital for boats that are about to set off on an Atlantic crossing, as well as for those vessels that are returning from one and preparing to sail in the Mediterranean Sea.

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Puerto de La Duquesa

The Port of La Duquesa is a beautiful Mediterranean style leisure port, located in the Málaga municipality of Manilva. With its tranquil beaches and pleasant weather all year round, we are undoubtedly talking of one of the best ports on the Costa del Sol. La Duquesa is the most westerly port in the province of Málaga, close to the edge of Cádiz province. It is very close to one of the areas with the highest concentration of golf courses in the world. At this seaside village, diverse activities can be enjoyed and the cultures of other civilisations that lived on these coasts discovered. You will be able to visit the Torre del Salto de la Mora tower, a bastion of the Muslim era; enjoy sulfur baths of Roman origins such as the Baños de la Hedionda, declared an Asset of Cultural Interest, or explore the world of wine due to the area’s tradition of vineyards and wine-making.

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Real Club Náutico de Estepona

The Real Club Náutico Estepona is a Social Club which has a restaurant, a jetty for mooring the members’ vessels and a ramp/esplanade to be used by the sailing school. The sporting activity at the Real Club Náutico Estepona is centred on its Sailing School. The sailing lessons are suitable for all ages. You can also hire light sailing dinghies (Optimists or Lasers) or kayaks to spend the day at sea, or join in the Cruise Sailing classes. For fans of fishing, the Estepona nautical club also offers recreational fishing. All this can be combined with the wide variety of cultural activities available in the town, as well as an important selection of restaurants, typical bars and beach bars along the extensive beaches, where you can also enjoy the Mediterranean sun.

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Puerto Deportivo de Estepona

Estepona’s leisure port is located very close to the town centre, which makes it even more interesting for visitors who wish to enjoy the benefits of this beautiful Costa del Sol municipality. The port area has a great variety of restaurants, supermarket and nautical services. The Orchid centre, the largest in Europe boasting more than 4,000 different species, is found close to the port. A market is held every week in the leisure port which is very popular with locals and also a great tourist attraction. Golf courses, the urban murals route, a beautiful town centre decked with flowers, its close proximity to charming villages such as Ronda and the beauty of the Los Reales de Sierra Bermeja Nature Site add to the list of attractions of this area.

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Puerto Deportivo de Benalmádena

Benalmádena’s leisure port is located at the very heart of the Costa del Sol, in a privileged spot just 8 kilometres from Málaga-Pablo Ruiz Picasso International Airport, which has daily connections to the main Spanish and European cities. Its climate allows for all sorts of activities, sports and tourist trips all year round. In the vicinity of this leisure port there are various leisure and entertainment options such as Tivoli World amusement park, zoos such as Selwo Marina or the Sea Life Aquarium within the port itself, or the cable car for spectacular views.

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Marina del Este

Marina del Este leisure port is situated in La Herradura (Almuñécar), in a privileged enclave between the sea and the mountain. Its unusual design and construction perfectly and harmoniously combine the docks with the natural rocky outcrops. La Herradura is the last village on the Granada coast before entering Málaga province. It has magnificent beaches and hidden bays in the Maro Cerro Gordo area. The quality of its waters and sea beds is outstanding, and has made this a privileged area for fans of diving and scuba diving, as it falls within in the Natural Marine Reserve of the Maro-Cerro Gordo Cliffs, named as a Protected Marine Area by UNESCO.

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About us

Company details

The Andalusian Association of Marinas and Yachting Harbours (Marinas de Andalucía) is a professional association which brings together 16 Andalusian marinas.

Founded with the tenets of utmost quality in facilities and services, and excellent customer care, the Andalusian Association of Marinas and Yachting Harbours was created in 1982 to represent the interests of all the member marinas, who are found along the 800 kilometre coastline of Andalusia (Spain).

Marinas de Andalucía represents 90% of private marinas in Andalusia and more than 60% of the region’s moorings.

We are a professional association created with the aim of representing, managing and defending the general interests of Andalusia’s marinas. Due to the characteristics of our members, we are of a private nature and we maintain our independence from public and private entities.

The Association is also a full member of Euromarina (European Federation of Marinas and Yachting Harbours), the Spanish Federation of Marina and Yachting Harbour Associations (FEADPT) and the Andalusian Business Confederation (CEA).

Currently, Marinas de Andalucía consists of 16 marinas under private management, namely Marina Isla Canela, Marina El Rompido, Puerto Sherry, Alcaidesa Marina, Puerto de Sotogrande, Puerto de La Duquesa, Real Club Náutico de Estepona, Puerto Deportivo de Estepona, Puerto Banús, Puerto Deportivo de Marbella, Puerto Deportivo de Fuengirola, Puerto Deportivo de Benalmádena, Real Club El Candado, Marina del Este, Puerto Deportivo Almerimar and Puerto Deportivo de Aguadulce.

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