Sailing in the Languedoc Region
We list no less than 18 marinas here, and they are only the ones able to handle cruising yachts from 9 to 18 metres.
This is not an area of great natural beauty. The coast is flat and generally featureless with endless sandy beaches and artificial resort towns of varying degrees of beauty.
The most attractive are those near the Spanish border, Sète, and La Grande Motte.
The information published at this site has been compiled from publicly available information sources or personal experience. Please feel free to submit additional information or corrections to that already published.
Languedoc-Roussillon Interactive Sailing Map
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LANGUEDOC ROUSSILLON- Marinas & Ports Selection
Below you will see by default ALL the marinas between Cerbère and Marseille - there are 21 in our database.. They are listed in south to north order. Each brief description is linked to complete marina and nearby facilities..
Registered users can use the selection system below and view full details of the facility including CONTACT DETAILS.
Click on the image OR on the "More Details" button to view those details. Registered Users can use the Selection system below to view ONLY those marinas that meet their essential needs. The "Zone" here is north or south, and we show the name of the town. Sometimes nearby facilities are linked to the nearest larger town.
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LANGUEDOC-ROUSSILLON Marina/Port Requirements
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We know that finding the right place to over-winter can be a challenge."Overwintering" indicates marinas that we know to be normally safe in winter; "LIveaboards" means that not only is the marina safe in winter, but that there is also a community of sailors based there in winter.