Le Lavandou is protected by a jetty and a mole, and has depths of 1 to 4m.The original basin is used by small craft. Anchoring is prohibited within this basin on account of mooring chains lying on the bottom. Quays at the W ends of the mole and the breakwater are reserved for the use of local ferries. An extensive yacht basin, protected by a curved breakwater, lies close SE of the original basin. Anchorage may be obtained, in depths of 15 to 20m, muddy sand, good holding ground, about 0.2 mile SE of the harbor.
1050 berths in 3 basins (<30m) of which 100 visit.
Le port de plaisance du Lavandou est situé au fond de la rade de Bormes à 7 M au N de Port-Cros.
Toulon is a large military harbour on the Mediterranean coast, with a major French naval base.The prevailing winds are from the NW (Mistral) and W. These winds may reach a velocity of Force 11. Winds from the E and SE, which are less frequent, are generally accompanied by rain squalls, ...
Golfe de Giens is entered between Pointe de Carqueiranne and Pointe Escampobariou, 4.7 miles SE. Pointe Escampobariou is the SW extremity of Presqu’ile de Giens, a peninsula, the W side of which is 118m high and surmounted by a tower. The E side of this gulf is bordered by ...
Ile de Port Cros, lies close E of Ile de Bagaud, is mainly wooded and is the highest island of the chain. Its summit, 207m high, is surmounted by a building, with two white cupolas, which are visible from a considerable distance. An islet, 63m high, lie 0.2 mile S of the S extremity ...
This marina is located NW in one of the most attractive bays on the coast opposite the islands, between cap Benat and cap Negre. The main sea wall goes round the peninsula, the position of the jetty and the break-water providing good shelter. 950B. incl. 80 visit.