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La Grande Motte

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Category
Marina
Facilities
Fuel
Water
Electricity
Toilets
Showers
Laundry
WiFi
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Provisions
Nearby
Restaurants
Nearby
Chandlery
Boatyard
No
Sailmaker
Car Rental
Yes
Bike Rental
Nearby
Phone
Mobile
E-Mail
Web Site
Port of Entry
Arrival Reqs
Office Hours
Town
Latitude
Longitude
Awaited
No
08h00 - 18h00
La Grande Motte
43.554
4.083999
Address
Google Rating
4.2
Crowd Rating
4.4
Environmental Protection
Recycling
No
Oil Disposal
Pump Out
No
Solar Panels
 Season Prices for 12m S/Y in €
Annual
Low
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Price
Dates
Liveaboards
Contact
Green Yachting View

Although the architecture is not to everyone's taste, it has aged wonderfully well, and the marina is an agreeable place all year round with a strong sense of community. The main drawback - true of all ports west of Marseille - is where do you go when you leave? The Gulf of Lions across the mouth of the Rhone can be a fearsome place. The alternative is the Costa Brava, the Balearics, or France east of Marseille.

Their Description

Imagine an architect who started from the observation that paradise was a garden to build a city dedicated to leisure and holidays. It is around the port which today has 1500 rings, that La Grande Motte took shape, built its identity and consolidated its nautical vocation sheltered from the Bay of Aigues Mortes. Entirely dedicated to the pleasures of the sea and boating, it is today a benchmark in this area. The port of La Grande Motte welcomes you in an exceptional setting, harmoniously combining exceptional architecture, labeled "20th century heritage" and unspoiled nature. The quality of its port and nautical services and facilities make it a port of excellence.