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Cala Bardina (Murcia)

Cala Bardina (Murcia)

Characteristics

Description

Mount Cope is a rocky promontory, steep, reddish, 250 m high. It has a front 0.75 mile long between the points of Penon de Santa Maria in SW and Cerro de la Cruz NE.
The first point forms the E end of Bardina Cove where there is a good anchorage well sheltered from E winds.Near Cerro de la Cruz point is Cope's tower, surrounded by a few houses. It can be anchored by 13 to 15 m of water, at the N of the point and about 0.5 mile from the tower.
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Le mont Cope est un promontoire rocheux, escarpé, de couleur rougeâtre, haut de 250 m. Il présente un front long de 0,75 mille entre les pointes del Penon de Santa Maria au SW et del Cerro de la Cruz au NE.
La première pointe forme l'extrémité E de l'anse Bardina où l'on trouve un bon mouillage bien abrité des vents d'E.
Près de la pointe del Cerro de la Cruz, on voit la tour de Cope, environnée de quelques maisons. On peut mouiller par 13 à 15 m d'eau, au N de la pointe et à 0,5 mille environ de la tour.
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Cala Bardina (Murcia)
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Flying distances - Direct line

Puerto de Aguilas (Murcia)

3.7nm
244°
The rocky promontory of Las Aguilas separates the port of Poniente located at the W, the port of Aguilas proper located at E.
The port of poniente is used only for the consruction and the beaching of the fishing boats. The depths are variable.The port of Aguilas lies between Negra ...
7 Jun 19

Golfe de Mazarron (Murcia)

13nm
56°
Le golfe de Mazarron est une large baie ouverte qui s'étend depuis le mont Cope jusqu'au cap Tinoso à 18,5 milles à l'ENE. Les rives en sont basses, mais les terres s'élèvent progressivement vers l'intérieur.
Mazarron c'est 35 km de plages, de falaises et de petites criques.
Attention ...
10 Mar 08

Puerto Mazarron (Murcia)

13nm
55°
Il y a deux ports de Mazarron: le port de pêche Azohia et Puerto de Mazarron (37°3344, -1°1637) et le port de plaisance Puerto de Mazarron et Isla Plana (37°3382, -1°1535). 250 pl. (<20m) T. 968.594.520 F. 968.595.253

19 Mar 08

Puerto Villaricos (Murcia)

16nm
228°

T. 950 46 71 37 F. 950 46 71 37 Mail: eppa@eppa.es Prof.: 2,50m 89 pl. (<12 m)
9 Mar 08

Cala de la Salitrona (Murcie)

19nm
68°
At N of Cape Tinoso, the Salitrona cove is protected by highlands.
It can be anchored in one of the two small coves by 35 m of water and 1 mile of the lighthouse on a sandy bottom.
7 Jun 19

Puerto de Garrucha (Murcia)

21nm
224°
The port extends between two jetties. The pier of the E (Levante) starts near the San Jacinto factory. Pier W (Poniente) starts from a point of the coast located 500 m SW of the root of the pier of the E. The width of the entrance is 170 m and the depth of 14 m on sandy bottom, decreasing ...
7 Jun 19

Cartagena (Murcie)

26nm
68°
Military and Sailing harbour. On the West the miltary zone, on the East the zone for yachts. Harbour offering a good protection.
10 Mar 08

Islas Hormigas (Cabo de Palos-Murcia)

41nm
72°
Hormigas islands located in the region of Murcia, 2MN and a half from the coast.
Las Hormigas, formed by a chain of islets and rocky shoals, extends up to 3 miles NE of Cabo de Palos.

Islas Hormiga, the largest islet of this chain, lies 2.3 miles NE of the ...
7 Jun 19

Puerto Carboneras (Murcia)

32nm
215°
Small fisherman's port at the foot of Sierra Cabrera, well sheltered.
From all the beach of Carboneras one sees the island of San Andrés, small rocky island of 1,5 hectares whose silhouette on the horizon evokes that of a whale.T. 950 13 07 39F. 950 23 29 49Mail: www.eppa.es679 pl.
6 Jun 19

Cala d'Agua Amarga (Almeria)

36nm
214°
Cette anse est abritée des vents d'E.
Devant le village et au centre de l'anse, un banc de sable, avec des profondeurs de 5 m s'étend à 200 m du rivage.
18 May 12

Club Nautico de Los Urrutias (Murcie)

35nm
65°
This yacht club forms an island 100 meters from the beach, S Los Urrutias town and SW Mar Menor. A bridge connects it to the mainland.
It has an hexagonal shape that provides a protected lagoon inside.

T. 968 134438
F. 968 134438
Mail: informacion@clubregatasmarmenor.com 280 ...
17 May 12

Puerto Los Nietos (Murcie)

36nm
68°
Located in Los Nietos hamlet,  at 0.9 NM from Islas Menores marina, Los Nietos harbor is protected by a seawall and connected to the mainland by a bridge.
Mail: administracion@cnlosnietos.comT. 968 133 300Fax. 968 133 640Mail: administracion@cnlosnietos.com450 ...
16 May 12
Local Area

Golfo de Vera (Murcia-Costa Calida)

From the "Mesa de Roldan" and to Cape Tinoso, the coast has a curvature called wide open Gulf of Vera.
The Murcia Region is an autonomous community of Spain located in the southeast of the Iberian Peninsula. It is surrounded by the Autonomous Community of Valencia (Alicante), the ...
15 May 12

Espagne Est - East Spain

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14 May 12

Méditerranée - Mediterranean

La Méditerranée est reliée à l'océan Atlantique par le détroit de Gibraltar à l'ouest, à la mer de Marmara et à la mer Noire par les Dardanelles et le Bosphore à l'est. Le canal de Suez au sud-est relie la Méditerranée à la mer Rouge.
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13 Mar 15

Mar Menor (Murcia)

Mar Menor is a salty lagoon, in the south-east of the autonomous community of Murcia, in Spain, separated from the Mediterranean sea by La Manga, a sandbar 22km in length and with a width ranging from 100 to 1200 m.

With a surface area of nearly 170km², a coastal length ...
16 May 12

Islas Hormigas (Cabo de Palos-Murcia)

Hormigas islands located in the region of Murcia, 2MN and a half from the coast.
Las Hormigas, formed by a chain of islets and rocky shoals, extends up to 3 miles NE of Cabo de Palos.

Islas Hormiga, the largest islet of this chain, lies 2.3 miles NE of the ...
7 Jun 19
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