The Llancà marina’s fully reformed facilities are run by Club Nàutic Llançà, founded over 50 years ago. With 30,000 m2 of protected waters and 12,000 m2 of facilities on land, it has all the services you could wish for and is totally integrated in the town’s harbour district. It offers a wide range of water sports and its good railway connections make it the ideal base for visiting the neighbouring city of Figueres, where the Dalí Museum is.
The marina has an entrance depth of 7 metres, and has berths for up to 18-metre boats, with drafts up to 5 metres. The harbour provides effective shelter for boats in all weather conditions, especially from the prevailing north wind.
CHURCH OF SANT VICENÇ
The church was built between 1690 and 1730 and the thirteenth-century keep tower of the Abbott’s palace castle still stands next to it.