Puerto de Burriana, Castellon de la Plana, Valencia, Spain
General - Puerto de Burriana is a small artificial harbour on the E coast of Spain. It is used by fishing craft and yachts and there is a small ship breaking yard. The approach is easy but the entrance requires care due to silting. Strong winds and swell from E - SW make the entrance difficult. There is good shelter once inside.
Position - 39º 51' N 0º 04' W
Charts - British Admiralty 1701 Spanish 836, 4882, 482 French 7296, 4720
Approach & Entrance - From the S the flat, sandy coastal plain continues N from Sagunto. The town of Burriana lies 2 miles inland but there are a few blocks of flats close to the harbour. From the N the two red and white banded chimneys at the petrochemical works at Castellon are one of the few identifiable features on this coast. The town of Burriana, 2 miles inland of the harbour, will be seen in the close approach. To enter approach a position 400m the SW of the W breakwater and steer a course of 30º. Leave the head of the W breakwater 15m to port.
Berths - Enquire at the Club Nautico.
Marina Contact ;
VHF Ch - 9
Maximum Length - 17m
Water - On the Dique de Levante. From the Club Nautico
Electric - On the pontoons or at the Club Nautico.
Diesel & Petrol -
Other Facilities & Services - Slipways. Cranes. Mechanic.
Chandlers - Not Known
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Fishing Tackle - Not Known
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Shopping - Limited provisions can be obtained close to Puerto de Burriana with more extensive shopping at the town 3km away.