Geographical AreaCôte D'azur
LatitudeLat 43� 33' 43'' N
LongitudeLong 7� 6' 56'' E
Telephone+33 04 92 93 74 40
Telephone 2+33 04 92 93 74 45
Fax Number+33 04 92 93 74 44
CityJuan Les Pins
AddressBoulevard Baudoin 47
Minimum Draught2.5 m
Maximum Draught3 m
Max Boat Length45 m
Weather Forecast Service
Located on the west side of Golfe Juan, near Cap d'Antibes, Port Gallice is one of the most sheltered access points on the Côte d'Azur.
The harbor consists of a jetty pier equipped with pleasure craft jets and an external overflow dam. The number of places for boats is discreet and well 144 are reserved public mooring stations.
With the permission of the local port authorities and where availability permits, it is possible to moor in the time zone from 12 to 14 for only two hours.
The Massif de l'Esterel is as a natural barrier to the port area, protecting it discreetly from the winds coming from the west.
Access to the port is opened in the north-west direction and is pretty quiet; you should only pay attention to some disguised rocky shallows from the sea, situated to the north-east of the gateway. This obstacle is however signaled by a perimeter of bright booms.
The landing place is well organized and offers a wide range of facilities, including parking for 500 cars for those who arrive by land, a food shop for supplies, a laundry and a free service for the collection of sewage.
In the immediate vicinity of the port area, you can find restaurants, hotels and shops.
Those who arrive in Port Gallice can enjoy a magnificent view of the green promontory and the Îles de Lérins archipelago, rich in lush and famous vegetation, as they would have been the prison of the legendary man from the captive iron mask of Louis XIV's reign.
Those who want to lay bases outside the port area can move slightly from Port Gallice to the south and reach the old fishing port of Crouton to anchor in the water in front of the water in the south.
Port Gallice is part of the Cap d'Antibes territory and is an ideal starting point for many of the surrounding towns. The center of Juan Les Pins is less than a kilometer away and the port of Antibes can easily be reached by boat by diving on the Cap d'Antibes promontory, but it is also possible to reach the city center by land, as the distance is less than three kilometers.
Even the heart of Cannes and its famous Promenade de la Croisette, are just over 10 kilometers and are easily accessible by car or train, starting from Golfe-Juan-Vallauris Station.
The coastline between Port Gallice and Port Camille Rayon is a succession of tree-lined boulevards that fully reflect the typical Côte d'Azur beachfront, full of easily accessible beaches, many of which are well-equipped.
Port Gallice is a great landing place for discovering the Côte d'Azur.