Llafranc nestles just below the Sant Sebastià lighthouse and is both a quiet marina and a family cove in a unique setting, integrated with its white sandy beach, amidst pine groves and stunning granite cliffs. The entrance channel is 5 metres deep and the marina can accommodate up to 14-metre boats, with up to 2.4-metre drafts. The cove and the marina are both sheltered from the tramuntana and you can anchor outside the marina’s breakwater although buoys are installed there in summer. By strong levanter it is not advisable to go into the marina because of the entrance channel’s shallowness. The marina offers most services but not a repair workshop, which is three kilometres from the beach. In the summer months, dinghy sailing is very popular and there are three diving centres in the same cove.
SANT SEBASTIÀ LIGHTHOUSE AND CHAPEL
Sant Sebastià lighthouse has breathtaking views and forms part of a group of monuments that includes a small Iberian settlement, a chapel, a picturesque little hotel and two restaurants.