Loc. Porto Conte 48 – C.P. 38, 07040 Fertilia, Alghero (SS), Italy
GPS: 40°35’39.9″N 8°12’47.7″E / 40.594426, 8.213255
The depths of the bay is a natural oasis of restocking, especially for some valuable species of fish, thanks to the presence of “Posidonia Oceanica “ which oxygenates these coasts giving the marine fauna the possibility of revitalisation. The Gulf of Porto Conte (which Romans had exploited as the excellent natural port) used to be called by the geographer Tolomeo ” Portus Nympharum” – the Bay of the Nymphs, for its calm, shades of green and blue extraordinary transparent waters. – At the Marina of Porto Conte, there is a small harbour , situated in the south east of the gulf, north east of the island of Sardinia ., From which you can quickly reach areas of Capo Caccia and Punta Giglio, considered among the most important Mediterranean to the largest concentration of caves of all kinds and the spectacular wealth of life of those Submerged.
This marina in the city of Alghero in Italy has 300 moorings for medium size boats up to 20 m in length and a maximum draft of 3.50 m. It has a crane 30 tons available for customers. The bay of Porto Conte is considered the classic among natural harbors in the Mediterranean. The coastal part is formed by small coves, caves partially submerged by the sea, cliffs and long sandy beach Mugoni. The depths of the bay are a natural oasis, especially for some valuable fish species, thanks to the presence of Posidonia oceanica.
Max. load: 30 Tn