Banchina Dogana e Sanità, 07041 Alghero SS, Italy
GPS: 40°33’41.1″N 8°18’42.6″E / 40.561417, 8.311844
For yachtsmen Alghero’s principal attraction is its sheltered harbour, which offers a safe place to leave a yacht to explore the surrounding attractions of the Grotta di Nettuno and the Nuraghic remains of Palmavera.
The Port of Alghero manages two quays with spaces for visiting yachts, the Banchina Dogana and Banchina Sanita, which can accommodate vessels up to 50 metres. Alternatively there is the new Marina di Sant Elmo at the southern end of the harbour.
Port of Alghero is located below the walls that once protected the old historical center of Alghero city, in Sardinia, Italy. This is a marina with 950 berths for boats up to 50 meters long and 4.8 mts draft. The basic needs of its customers will be well meet as it offers water, electricity and gas station services. In addition, the port has the necessary infrastructure to perform technical task as it has slipway, where you can make all kinds of technical work.
Porto di Alghero is also known as Marina di Alghero and Port of Alghero and it is hosted by the Italian, superb municipality that lies on the serene coast of the Mediterranean Sea. It is a part of the province of Sassari and the island of Sardinia. Being located in the north-western side of the island, this seaside resort offers incredible landscapes and thrilling beaches that are characteristic for this side of the coast. This marina is well-known for its romantic views and its recreational activities but travellers are also impressed by the 16th century city walls that reflect a medieval aspect enriched by brownish shades of the waterfronts. Narrow streets and similar buildings can be seen in town, Catalan-Gothic architectural elements and old churches and monuments, as well as ancient remains like the Phoenician necropolis. This area is mostly visited by scuba divers and water sports enthusiasts who wish to explore the insights of the Mediterranean Sea and its underwater wonders.
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