One of the few natural harbours of Fuerteventura and a busy ferry port popular with tourists. The harbour is very nice and it is pleasant to walk in the small streets.
Warning: Reefs to the north and north west of the harbour entrance. Car ferries entering or leaving the ferry dock are not easily visible (at night the ferry dock is lit by bright floodlights).
Moor: a government-owned marina for boats up to 15 m
LOA and draught of 0,5 m. Go to the visitors pontoon and visit the marina office (by the ferry terminal) to arrange berthing. Be sure to check how long you are permitted to stay, there have been reports that can say only 3 days. Water and electricity is available at the marina. No fuel and launderette.
Tel: (+34) 928 866 524
; Fax: (+34) 928 866 524; VHF Ch. 10/16
Ashore: many mini markets in town. A few kilometres to the east is the huge dune a excellent place for windsurfing and kitesurfing.
Anchor: outside the harbour; sand bottom, conflicting reports on holding.