We are now in Muxia, in the Ria de Camarinas, Spain
We are the only cruising yacht in the new marina there and have been for the last three days although we can look across the bay and see lots in Camarinas.
It provides good shelter, new pontoons, one of the greenest (almost jade) beaches we have ever seen 3 minutes away and the townfolk are so friendly and helpful. There is just over 3 m of water
a low tide. There is however no fresh water
to the pontoons although we were told there is electricity but we don't want to try.... Why, well the marina is free!
On chatting with the locals thy say that it is political but the marina is open and they do not charge anything. If we need water they will quiet happily fill containers for us but you can also cross the bay to Camarinas.fill up and come back.
With the bad weather
we will be staying a while and besides we love the place.When the weather
eases we can further explore the Ria. This weekend there is also a fiesta with free music
Well worth a visit and the cheapest marina in the world?