Sailing area: Spanish coast
Ocean princes, the land of the pioneers of long-distance sailing, brave explorers, follow in the footsteps of the sailors of the Golden Age and set sail along the sunny coasts of Spain. From Costa Brava to Costa Valencia, take advantage of the soothing Mediterranean air of the eastern coasts of the land of Cervantes. With their rich history, Spanish towns will constantly amaze you. The diversity of the cultures that built this country have become a major element of its attraction, from the Roman Empire to the French reign of the Bourbons, not to mention the Muslim presence, many influences, whether architectural, gastronomic, artistic and cultural, explain why this is the jewel of southern Europe. Also, one of the specific features of the Spanish kingdom is that it is formed by autonomous communities, 17 in total, therefore, the towns and coasts are all very different and have their own specific features, including language, traditions, culinary specialities and also temperaments! What could be better than benefiting from so much diversity at the same destination? Rent your boat and sail from summer resorts to small private coves and from small fishing ports to luxurious and modern marinas.
Wait no more, rent your boat and sail along the southern coast of Spain. With northern winds that are usually relatively calm, short cruises and leisure sailing can be enjoyed very easily from May to October. However, be vigilant, the Mare Nostrum does have a strong character and can be unpredictable, especially in the winter when the wind can be very strong. From the Gulf of Roses and the charm of its long beaches, to L'escala and its hills covered with typical Spanish small white houses, L'estarit that lies opposite the Medes Islands and its imposing blocks of rock where there is great fishing in the clear waters. The capital of Catalonia, Barcelona, the second city in Spain with a unique cultural heritage! Palamos and its large festive beaches lined with restaurants and bars, Port Mataró and its modern and fully-equipped marina, Valencia and Dénia the sunny towns that look towards the Balearic Islands. Sant Carles de la Rapità to the south of the Ebre Delta with its magnificent nature park and its unique sand banks, as well as Calp, a futuristic seaside resort! A wealth of departure points and stopovers, each of which is more interesting than the last. Set out now for a wonderful time aboard your own personal ark! Whether it is a motor boat, a catamaran, a monohull sailboat, a gulet or a yacht, we have all the boats you need ready to hire.
The Costa Brava is famous for its typical small fishing villages, its wild coves lined with pine trees and the intoxicating sound of its crickets. Dominated by the Gulf of Roses, you will find everything you need there.
Slightly further south, the promised land of glimmering summer sun, a major site in the Balearic Sea, pay a visit to the history of the Iberian peninsula with the ancient Roman ruins of Tarragone and the Ebre Delta with its natural park that bears a resemblance to the Camargue and its sandy dunes, a true natural paradise in the hot summer months on the Costa Daurada lined with its typical towns that are well worth a visit, such as Salou, Cambrils and Miami Plaja where parties are in full swing during the summer months.
Rent your boat and prepare to hoist your sails! Continue your route southwards to the Costa de Azahar, the land of orange blossom in the community of Valencia, where 120 km of beaches combine with small coves and vast sand banks which have barely been touched by mass tourism.
The magnificent and paradoxical region of Costa Valencia and its long urban beaches that extend as far as the protected natural beaches of Dénia offer, along with Barcelona the three ports where you can lift anchor and set sail for the Balearic Islands! Discover without delay the charm of these exceptional islands where the unique climate is favourable at all times of the year. The magnificent summits of the Sierra de Tramuntana in Mallorca and the magnificent nature park of Albufera des Grau in Minorca will dazzle you! From Sant Josep to Sant Eulalia via Les Salines d'Ibiza, be amazed by the tranquillity and beauty of the northern part of the island, but also by the festive southern part. Finally, take time to moor your boat on the wonderful island of Formentera, which is the smallest of the four main islands in the Spanish Balearic archipelago. It is located south of Ibiza, with which it forms the Pityuses Islands. Preserved, occupied and equipped intelligently by those who love the Balearic Islands, it will offer you holiday snaps that are worthy of postcards.
Ayamonte, Barcelone, Blanes, Calp, Castellon, Denia, L escala, L'estarit, L'Estartit, Palamos, Port mataro, Roses, Sant Carles de la Rapita, Tarragone, Valencia ...