Port is located off a small town called Valle Gran Rey and a popular stopover for people on their way to the Cape Verdes. It is a government-run port owned by Puertos Canarios. The old commercial port now has space for visiting yachts.
the entrance is difficult in strong Easterlies and should not be tempted by winds from S to NW
Moor: there are a few places at the southwest quays, where they can lie alongside. The harbour office is quite hidden in the second building on the first floor seen from the harbor. The port office is in the building by the harbour gates
Tel: (+34) 922 805 476; Fax: (+34) 922 805 476;
in the bay south of the harbour in 8-12m, in sand, good holding. Open to the west and subject to gusts due to the high cliffs; this anchorage is beautiful but does tend to suffer from swell. Getting ashore, it is advisable to avoid a beach landing (unless is very calm) and instead take your dinghy into town, to the left of the beach.
a few small grocery stores in the town, but don’t plan on doing any provisioning here; a small hardware store in town that sells fishing gear and a few small boat supplies. Water on the quay.
The restaurant by the dock has good Wi-Fi.
Don't miss: go for a hike to Ermita de los Reys.