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Marina di Arbatax

Tourist ports

Web site:
www.marinadiarbatax.itPhone: +39.0782.667405 VHF Channel: 9

e-mail: [email protected]
fax: +39.0782.664359
coordinates: N 39° 56' 60'' - E 09° 42' 07''


Launching of vessels of up to 200 tonnes- Bar- Restaurant with typical Sard menu- Toilets- Hot showers- Laundry- Assistance in mooring- Underwater hull cleaning with diver- Marine workshop- Refilling air cylinders- Hire of RHIBs- Mechanics and electricians- Diving- Transfers to and from Sardinia's airports- Transfers to/from boats- Video surveillance- Refuelling- Car hire- WI-FI- Meteo information- Supermarket- Pharmacy- Tobacconist- Newsagent- Bank- Marine supplies shop

The tourist port of the Marina di Arbatax is located in the centre of the east coast of Sardinia, 8 NM from Capo Montesanto (to the north is the Golfo di Orosei) and right under Capo Bellavista inside the large Porto di Arbatax, served by ferries from Genoa and Civitavecchia. Secure and accessible in all weathers and for boats of all draughts.Near the port you can admire the ancient torre Spagnola, and the fascinating Rocce Rosse sticking out of the sea. You can visit several seaside attractions in the area surrounding Arbatax: the enchanting Cala Moresca, the very pretty bay of Porto Frailis, the long beach of the Lido di Orrì, with its white sand and crystal clear water, and finally the beautiful beach of Cea and its red porphyry sea stacks. Overlooking the port of Arbatax there are the impervious and fascinating mountains of the Gennargentu, whose landscapes are characterised by huge woods full of many different scents.In honour of such beauty, the Ferrovie della Sardegna with the Trenino Verde (Little Green Train) organises daily trips starting from the station of Arbatax to the mountains and their villages, through wild and unspoilt countryside.

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