Puerto de Alicante


In the south-east of Spain, the city of Alicante, capital of the province of the same name, is on the coast, in the bay formed between Cabo de las Huertas and Cabo de Santa Pola. Alicante has two beautiful beaches: Postiguet beach, located in the heart of the city and San Juan beach, a little further north.


We are in “Marina Deportiva de Alicante”, quay 8 of Levante, local 8. Only 300 meters from the city center, 20 minutes from the airport and 5 from the train station. The commercial area “Marina de Alicante” has an interesting and varied leisure offer for everyone: cafes, pubs, discos, restaurants, casino, shops. Nautical companies offer endless options without needing to leave the port environment.

Coordinates: 38º 20′ 29” N – 0º 28′ 56” W


Postiguet beach is located in the heart of the city at the foot of Santa Barbara Castle and next to Alicante port. It is a beautiful beach, awarded the Blue Flag and noted for its fine white sand and calm water. Ideal to anchor without problems and swim. The view of the castle from the coast is spectacular.

Coordinates: 38º 20′ 48” N – 0º 28′ 33” W
Seabed: Sand
Distance from the base port: 0,5 nautical mile 

Albufereta beach is located northwest of the city, between the Serra Grosa montains and the Tossal de Manises in an area of important archaeological sites, in fact this is the area where the origins of the city are located. Anchoring place protected from the Levante winds. 

Coordinates: 38º 21′ 43” N – 0º 26′ 49” W
Seabed: Sand and algae
Distance from the base port: 1 nautical mile