Spain, a captivating region along the eastern and southern coastlines of the Iberian Peninsula, offers a sailor's paradise brimming with diverse maritime experiences. Known for its stunning azure waters and an intricate coastline that seamlessly blends rugged cliffs, hidden coves, and vibrant coastal towns, Mediterranean Spain beckons adventurers from around the world. With its rich history dating back to Phoenician and Roman times, the region boasts an intriguing blend of cultures, reflected in its charming ports of call, where you can savor exquisite cuisine, explore ancient ruins, and bask in the warm Mediterranean sun.

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Whether you're cruising the Balearic Islands, navigating the Costa del Sol, or tracing the Costa Brava, Mediterranean Spain promises an enchanting maritime journey replete with breathtaking vistas, cultural treasures, and the allure of a timeless, seafaring legacy.

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The coast east of Spain from the north Costa Brava until the south Malaga passing by Alicante and Valencia, has an ideal climate for yacht charter, especially for sailing during May and October, when the Winds are normally mild, blowing from the North. Though stronger gusts are possible, a smooth sail is likely, so it’s a good destination for sailors of all abilities.
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Balearic islands

Balearic islands

The Balearic archipelago is located off the East coast of Spain, consisting of four main important islands, Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, Formentera and Cabrera and some other smaller, all of which are great destinations for a yacht charter. They are the most popular and best-known sailing area in Spain and are visited by millions of tourists.

Mallorca is the biggest one and the main point of destination for charters, because of its good flights connexions. The island is so unique having a little of everything: beautiful beaches, nature, architecture and night life. The biggest port is in Palma de Mallorca, but there are also many smaller marinas in Port Alcudia, Puerto de Pollensa, Puerto Portals etc.

Menorca is smaller but equal in beauty, recommend if you prefer more the quiet and smaller bays. You can visit the marinas Ciudatella and Mahon and lots of gulfs and incredible bays as Cala Turqueta and Cala Pregonda.

Ibiza is the most famous spot for night life and luxury yachts, and it is surrounded for beautiful spots to anchor. Ibiza town, Portinax and San Antonio are some of the famous marinas to pass by

Formentera is more understated and the smallest, least-known island of Spain. they are annually awarded with the blue flag of the EU because of the blue turquoise water very similar to the Caribbean. It is perfect for snorkeling and relaxing times during your trip.

Canary islands

The Canary Islands are famous because of their warm weather all the year and because of their position nearer to the equator and Africa. They consist of seven main islands: Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, Gran Canaria, Tenerife, La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro, as well as some other smaller, uninhabited. Each of the Canary Islands has a unique spirit and charm, and a yacht charter is the best way to explore and will ensure you have an unforgettable holiday here.

All the islands in the Canaries are fundamentally different and each of them has its own charm.

Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands, from volcanic origin with the highest mountain of Spain, El Teide, is characterized by its dark sand beaches.

Gran Canaria is also of volcanic origin and it is the most well-known point throughout the Atlantic is the yacht port of Las Palmas. In this overseas race, numerous yachts cross the Atlantic from Gran Canaria to St. Lucia in the Caribbean.

Fuerteventura is an island to enjoy the beautiful long white sandy beaches and also the windiest, especially during summer from May until September. It is famous for windsurfing, surfing and kite surfing.

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