Località Porto Turistico, 07031 Castelsardo (SS), Sardinia, Italy
VHF: 9, 16
GPS: 40°54’52.1″N 8°42’07.8″E / 40.914469, 8.702158
Castelsardo (Sardinia, Italy) is located on the NW coast of the island. It was founded by the Genoese in the 12th century and the castle and medieval street layout date from this period.
Its conspicuous Cathedral of Sant’Antonio Abate dates from the 17th century. The town is known as a centre of basket-weaving as well as hosting a small fishing fleet.
The marina of Castelsardo is about a mile SW of the town.
The town of Castelsardo with its castle is conspicuous on a headland to the NE of the marina. Entry to the marina is difficult in strong N/NW winds, when there is a considerable swell in the entrance.
Danger: There are some rocky outcrops near the shore just at the marina entrance (across the outer mole).
The marina of Castelsardo, is situated about 2km SW of the town. Maximum length 30.0 metres; maximum draft 4.5 metres. The marina has a total of 400 berths on pontoons. Water and electricity at all berths. Fuel station. 50 t launch and tow lift, 10 t mobile crane. Laundry. Supermarket. Bus to town.
The village of Castelsardo is a 2km walk from the marina and is worth the effort (otherwise take a bus!). The mediaeval, walled village is perched on a steep hill, with narrow, cobbled and pedestrianised streets. The cathedral has some interesting exhibits in the crypt, including several paintings by the 15th century unknown ‘Master of Castelsardo’. The Church of Santa Maria in the centre of the village contains an unusual, 14th century Crucifix known as the “Black Christ”.
Castelsardo Marina is located northwest Sardinia, Italy, at the foot of the medieval village of Castelsardo. This port has 400 available places to moor vessels up to 30 meters in length and 4.5 meters draft. The navy has basic services covered such as electric power and water at each mooring, plus an advanced technical team and skilled attendance. Slipway amenities are also available such as, 10 tons crane, 50 tons travelift, technical services and selective waste collection. It also has ramp access for those who travel with light boats on trailers. By booking a berth at this port, you can make technical or leisure stop before continuing to other Mediterranean destinations.
The marina is located in the north of Sardinia at the base of Castelsardo, one of Sardinia’s most atmospheric and characteristic medieval villages.
The port is just a short distance from the Asinara Island National Park, one of the most beautiful and unpolluted islands of the Mediterranean, due also to the fact that it was used as a high security prison for many decades.
Whoever docks in the marina finds the very latest in facilities, equipment and qualified assistance personnel, all the while enjoying the stunning landscape in sophisticated and relaxed surroundings.
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Max. load: 10
Max. load: 50 Tn
Residual water collection