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This small port is a popular weekend destination for residents of Ceuta and is a lively town.
Charges are 200 Dhurham per night for 13m vessel (in 2017). For some reason the new part of the Marina is not used for foreign vessel but you moor to the pontoon in the fishing harbour. Showers and toilets are available in the yacht club. The security guard will let you in.
although there is a new marina here, it is closed to yachts and reserved for use by the king and his family. Berthing for yachts is limited. Mooring is stern-to with mooring lines for yachts up to 50 m and 5 m draft.
The Harbour Master is located in a shack near the pontoon. All very friendly and courteous. Paperwork not really any hassle but tedious. The harbour is safe and well guarded.
Ashore: electricity and water on the pontoon and toilets and showers in Yacht Club.Walk into town along the water for the market with fresh veg, fish etc and haggle, really good value.
Don't miss: a good beach here and a colourful street market a short walk from the harbour.