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Spanish Coast

The magnificent coastline of Spain is an ideal sailing vacation location. Famed for its glorious weather, picturesque port towns and white sandy beaches, the Spanish coastline is perfect with its relaxed lifestyle and traditional Spanish charm.

If you’re looking to spend your sailing trip on the coast of mainland Spain, you could start in Denia. With close proximity to the gorgeous province of Valencia and the popular Balearic Islands, you can explore all that Spain has to offer - visit one of the many tapas bars for a night of sangria and salsa!

Barcelona is also a sailing destination, with all the hustle and bustle of the city coupled with crystal clear waters and tranquil beaches - this magical city is quintessentially Spanish and will surely make for an excellent charter holiday location!

Sailing in the Balearics is also a popular choice, head to Ibiza or Palma, both with secluded beaches, exciting nightlife and stunning landscapes! 

JUNE 2024 is likely timeframe 

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Along this coast you can enjoy the sights of tourist favorites like the towns of Sitges, Cubelles, Vilanova i la Geltrú and Sant Pere de Ribes, all from your own boat. You’ll also sail past the cliffs of the Macizo del Garraf as they descend into the sea.


The Alicante coast:
The Alicante coast offers excellent conditions for sailing, guaranteed by the blue flag status awarded to most of its beaches (the blue flag is a certification issued by the European Foundation for Environmental Education that attests to the quality of the beaches and ports to which it grants approval). In these waters, you’ll discover lots of little coves (many of which you can anchor at), natural beauty spots such as the Serra Gelada Natural Park, and wonderful surprises like the natural swimming pool on the island of Portixol.
•    Costa Cálida, Murcia
If you’re travelling with children, you’ll find calm waters and family-friendly beaches such as La Manga and Cala Cortina as you sail along the Costa Cálida. What’s more, you can also admire the fishing villages from your boat, or head ashore to try some of the traditional dishes on offer.
Views of the Motril coast in Granada, Andalusia
Costa Tropical, Granada
The Costa Tropical spans the four villages of Motril, Salobreña, Almuñécar and La Herradura in the province of Granada. One of the most famous sailing routes along this coast runs from the bay of La Herradura to the cliffs at Maro Cerro Gordo in Malaga. Along the way, you’ll pass unspoilt coves such as Cala de la Rijana (near Motril), a beach of dark sand and turquoise waters overlooked by its very own watchtower.
•    Costa del Sol, Malaga
As you pass the beach at Cantarriján, you’ll leave behind the natural boundary between the Malaga and Granada coasts. But your trip doesn’t have to end there. So much more awaits on the Costa de Sol! The beach at Maro is considered to be one of the best in the country. And have you heard of its neighbour, Caleta de Maro?

The Balearic Islands: 

The Balearic Islands are a collection of small islands off the coast of Spain. Comprised of Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, and tiny Fomentera, these stunning islands are known for their sandy beaches, bustling coastal towns and traditional Spanish charm.
Mallorca tends to be the most popular charter destination in the Balearics and is the biggest of the three. With glistening turquoise waters, over 200 miles of stunning coastline, hundreds of secret beaches only accessible by sea, and sunshine from April to October, it is no wonder people flock to Mallorca year after year. Bareboat charters begin from Mallorca’s lively capital Palma.
Ibiza may have a reputation as a party island but it also boasts many secluded beaches and quaint seafood restaurants. Should you be looking for a party, Ibiza has a variety of options from nightclubs in Ibiza town to tiny beach bars in Santa Eulària.
Discover Menorca, a real hidden gem of the Balearics and a peaceful paradise with gorgeous turquoise bays and beautiful port towns such as Mahon and Ciutadella. The Balearic Islands are packed with things to do, whether it’s mojitos on the beach in Ibiza, strolling the Menorcan streets at dusk or trying out the Paella in Mallorca! Charter your bareboat in the Balearics today! These are just some of the boats available in the Balearics.

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