South of the more famous French Riviera, the coastline of France follows the contours of Provence down to the Catalan border and the Costa Brava.
A wealth of intriguing little towns, hidden islands and scenic beauty await you on your voyage. This region is ideal for a laid-back section of your charter itinerary.
Port Camargue Marina
Port Camargue is a large port in the South of France that offers a comprehensive range of nautical facilities and technical services to yachts of all sizes. Located near the beautiful town of Grau-de-Ville, the marinas are handily situated for easy access to both the town and the many nearby beaches.
Port de Canet Marina
The Port de Canet in Rousillon is an excellent place to stop on a yachting holiday that takes in the French and Spanish coasts. Located near the Catalan border, the harbour area and its marinas can welcome boats of up to 35m and offers a wide range of technical repair and nautical services.
Port de Leucate Marina
Port de Leucate is one of the largest marinas in Mediterranean Europe and offers a superb range of facilities at its harbour location in the Golf de Lion in the South of France. Surrounded by the natural beauty of mountains and sea, the port would be an ideal base for discovering this area of Languedoc.
Port Napolean Marina
Located in the Port Saint Louis du Rhone in the South of France, this modern marina offers yachts of up to 30m a safe and secure berth, and a gateway to this lovely town. A wide range of technical facilities, accommodation and customer services will ensure that your stay is very comfortable.
Port de Cassis Marina
The marina at Port de Cassis is located on the sides of the creek, and offers smaller yachts a lovely venue to spend the night on a voyage between the Côte d’Azur and Spain. The azure waters of the harbour and the charms of Cassis will leave you with fond memories of this area of France.