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Yacht Charter Spain

Passion, beauty, romance and richness of culture – this is what you get with a yacht charter in Spain. The moment you set foot on your yacht, this relaxed energy will pass on to you. Sail the stunning Balearic islands and learn to dance flamenco. Party in Ibiza and discover beautiful beaches and hidden coves in Mallorca. Experience the extraordinary landscape of the Canary Islands, from subtropical forests to lunar scenery and dunes. Do not forget the famous architecture in Barcelona - an inspiration to artists SalvadorDalí and Pablo Picasso

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Hop between the islands or sail along the coast, either on your sailing yacht or a motor yacht, and enjoy swimming and snorkeling in the clear waters of the Mediterranean. In the evening, feel the vibe of the streets and energy of the people, while eating tapas and sipping sangria.

Spain is the place of merging of many various nations and cultures making it a very interesting location for embarking on a sailing adventure.
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By choosing to spend your vacation sailing in Spain, you are signing up for the finest way to explore this unique country. We will make sure that we turn your charter holiday into an unforgettable experience, and that you enjoy your sailing experience in a relaxed and laid back way.

Why sailing in Spain?

  • Spain is a year-round sailing destination, even though the best weather is from March to October.
  • It offers you almost 8,000 km of coastline, more than 300 marinas and a lot of fully equipped marine resorts.
  • Spain has 44 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which puts it in the 3rd place, after Italy and China.
  • The oldest restaurant in the world is located in Madrid, the capital of Spain.
  • Spain is the country of fiestas. Many festivals take place throughout the year. La Tomatina is an annual festival where people throw tomatoes at each other, which means fun is guaranteed!
  • The tower of Hercules, situated in Corunna, is the oldest existing lighthouse in the world.
  • Spain is the third most visited country in the world, behind France and the U.S.

Sailing regions in Spain