The best Marinas in Andalucia are hard to select as this region has a wide range of top services. Nonetheless, based on our knowledge and experience, here is a fine selection of Andalucia marinas.

Here are numerous marinas, ideal for both those with yachts who need a berth, and for those who simply enjoy the vibe of a marina.

Puerto Banus lies in the area called Nueva Andalucia, in Marbella, only a few km away from the city center. Located on the exceptional Costa del Sol, Puerto Banus enjoys a privileged location close to Marbella – one of the Costa del Sol’s prime destinations.

Puerto Banus Marina is one of the best marinas in Andalucia and it has a capacity of 915 berths laid out over 15 hectares of sheltered water for vessels up to 50 m in length, as well as the possibility of anchorage for longer ones. Making a reservation in advance at Puerto Banús is highly recommended.

Puerto Banus was developed as a destination for the jet-set in the ’70s. It preserved its aspect and purpose and today you can find luxury yachts lined here, next to 5 stars hotels and expensive restaurants and shops.

If you go for a walk along this wonderful city’s promenade you will arrive at the most exclusive area of ​​the town.

The beaches in the area are great and there is a vibrant nightlife.

Alcaidesa Marina is located in the province of Cadiz, in the Bay of Gibraltar which makes it a perfect choice for those who want to venture through this access area.

The marina is located in the Straits of Gibraltar, where the Mediterranean welcomes yachting lovers, a prime location, indisputably The gateway to the Mediterranean. Alcaidesa Marina is one of the best marinas in Andalucia and a unique natural enclave within the Gibraltar Bay and an ideal home port or stay in transit.

Situated next to the western slopes of Gibraltar, within the natural harbour of the Bay of Gibraltar, Alcaidesa Marina offers excellent shelter and deep water access in all weather conditions. The marina has 624 berths provide safe moorings for boats ranging between 8 and 90 metres LOA, as well as modern boatyard facilities equipped with a 75tn boat hoist and specialist workshops.

This is a well-provided marina where you will find: restaurants, a bar, a shipyard, laundry service, internet access, dressing rooms and vast nearby beaches where you can relax.

Puerto Deportivo de Benalmádena is also known as Puerto Marina Benalmadena and it is one of the most popular marinas in Andalucia.

With 1,100 moorings for boats of all nationalities and up to 6 meters long, Benalmadena Marina is one of the Costa del Sol’s busiest centres by day and night.

It lies in a panoramic surrounding at the heart of Costa del Sol, being one of the most important marinas along the Andalusian coastline, due to its stunning design and interior architecture, the number of moorings, the wide range of alternative leisure activities it offers and its outstanding location.

This marina provides multiple facilities: wifi, rental boats, repairs, fuel station, parking, restaurant, bar etc. For the energetic, the nightlife carries on in sophisticated bars and clubs.

The Port of Malaga is one of the most renowned harbors in the area and also one of the oldest in Spain. It is also a fishing port and an international seaport.

Located in the commercial port, Real Club Mediterraneo de Malaga well-sheltered and protected by a natural bay. The marina became the second port of Tourist Cruises of the Peninsula. The port entrance is 8 m wide and it has a depth of 7 m.

Its priviledged location (in the town centre) makes Real Club Mediterráneo de Málaga an ideal starting point to enjoy the beauty of Andalucia, being one of the most outstanding sailing clubs on the Malaga coast, and Spain’s oldest.

The best beaches in the city can easily be accessed from here. Port of Malaga is a sheltered natural harbor. It has 10 quays and it is currently under development so that new facilities can be added.

Port of Cabopino or Puerto Deportivo de Cabopino is located to the most eastern point of Marbella,  within several km from the Costa del Sol town, and is also known as The heart of the Costa del Sol.

In a setting of pine forests and dune beaches, Puerto Deportivo de Cabopino is a modern port, a great place to rest and an idyllic area that offers boaters many attractions.

A quiet marina situated between Marbella and Benalmadena, Port of  Cabopino has 169 berths with a maximum LOA of 16 m and a maximum draft of 4 m. This is a quiet location where you can enjoy the beauty of the beach and the pine forests.

Port of Cabopino provides electricity, showers, internet, fuel, parking, repair, bar, rental boats among others. It also offer hull cleaning and the dock to top up with fuel is open seven days a week and it provides a workshop for the maintenance of the boats.

Like all the costal Marinas it has some very good restaurants (like Albert’s on the Port – the best known for its steaks and Harbour Lights – a friendly family restaurant) and bars, as well as a lovely beach and golf courses.

Fuengirola Port is a leisure port, strategically situated at the heart of the promenade of Fuengirola, in one of the best spots on the Andalusian coast. This is a vibrant area that is lined with bars, cafes, and restaurants.

A really pleasant marina area thats always well worth checking out wherever were in Fuengirola, Puerto Deportivo Fuengirola has 226 berths for boats up to 20 m long and a maximum draft of 3.5 m. 

A beautiful port set between wonderful beaches, Puerto Deportivo de Fuengirola has also a very popular area for outdoor café culture and has excellent terrace restaurants incorporating bars offering an interesting night life. 

Fuengirola Port’s facilities are all you would expect from a 21st century marina, with all modern conveniences at each berth and it provides showers, electricity, laundry service, parking, water, fuel, restrooms, WiFi, waste collection, repairs, nautical sports services, wintering.

The marina is frequented by some of Europe’s keenest sailors and for those interested in learning, the level of instruction being considered one of the highest on the Mediterranean.

A golf course and other sports facilities are also available in the nearby, as well as a beautiful bioparc and a zoo.

Safety, accessibility, and a wide range of complementary services are the main characteristics of the best Andalucían ports and marinas. There are about 30 marinas on the Andalucían coast, which means that Andalucía has a good berthing capacity and most of them are located on the Costa del Sol.

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