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Marina Club Aquatica - Alghero

Location



Aquatica Marina is located in the centre of the Port of Alghero, in the heart
of the city's historical district, under the ancient walls that surround it.
The privileged location of Alghero - at the centre of the Mediterranean
and of the routes that link up Spain, France, Italy and the African continent - makes it a strategically important port. This status is bolstered yet further by the nearby presence of other sea ports and international airports.

Aquatica Marina is situated 10 minutes' drive from the international airport of Alghero - Riviera del Corallo, 30 minutes' drive from the Port of Porto Torres
and 100 km from the Port and Airport of Olbia - Costa Smeralda.

Map of the main ports of the Tyrrhenian Sea

Map of the Port of Alghero

Aquatica S.n.c.

Banchina Sanità - Porto di Alghero
07041 Alghero (SS) - Sardinia, Italy
Radio VHF Channel 16-74
FAX (+39) 079983199
(+39) 3332074951 - (+39) 3481303966
e-Mail info@aquaticamarina.com

Lat: 40° 33' 883'' North
Lon: 8° 18' 405'' East

Opening hours

9am-1pm / 3pm-7pm (CET)
Sardegna

Distances

  • Genova - 240 Nm
  • Antibes/Nizza - 190 Nm
  • Montecarlo - 200 Nm
  • Bonifacio - 85 Nm
  • Porto Cervo - 100 Nm
  • Carloforte - 86 Nm
  • Mahon - 190 Nm
  • Barcellona - 280 Nm

Nm = Nautical miles

The city of Alghero

Alghero is a true corner of paradise throughout the year thanks to its climate and its unique natural make up: the beaches, bays, sheer sea cliffs and wonderful sea beds all contribute to making the Riviera del Corallo (or "Coral Riviera") one of the most renowned tourist destinations in the Med.
Alghero is a city rich in history, and its monuments today stand as testaments to the importance that this "Catalan" city has had throughout the centuries.
A strategically significant Mediterranean port, it has long been a hub for the trade between Spain and the main coastal towns on Sardinia, and today remains very strongly linked to its past, with roots stretching back into both the Sardinian and Spanish traditions.
It is a city that wins you over thanks to its architectural gems and the majestic bastions that surround it, but also thanks to its natural beauty, including the famous Neptune's caves, the beaches, the cliffs and the attractive seabed.
The historical centre is a constant source of surprises, lined as it is with excellent shops, bars, restaurants and craft boutiques.
Alghero is also the departure point for discovering some of the other delights of Sardinia, leaving your boat in safe hands.
Aerial view of the harbor and the city of Alghero