During this trip, we will visit the most interesting cities in the southeastern and southern coasts of Spain. Here you will see historical and cultural attractions, unique natural beauty, and some of the best beaches in the Mediterranean.
We will visit three resort regions of Spain: Valencia, Murcia, and Andalusia. There is a stunning variety of landscapes from deserts and rocky cliffs to verdant valleys and picturesque lagoons. While sailing, you will see many places inaccessible to an ordinary tourist, feel the indescribable atmosphere of Mediterranean yachting and get a valuable experience of sea voyages.
from €950 / 10(10) days / 1pers.
Arriving in Valencia
Check-in on the yacht
A walk around the city
Safety briefing and rules of conduct on the yacht
To say that there is something to see in Valencia is to say nothing. For its rich history, this city, founded by the Romans in 138 BC., managed to be the capital of the Moorish, and then - the Spanish kingdom. Here the Holy Grail is kept, which the Catholic Church recognizes as genuine. Walk around Valencia near the ancient towers of the city wall with traces of Napoleon's shells, visit the cathedral with an openwork bell tower and an art gallery with masterpieces by El Greco, Velazquez and Goya. The City of Arts and Sciences deserves your attention - a futuristic architectural and museum complex, which, among other things, houses the largest oceanarium in Europe.
Sailing from Valencia to Alicante
The crossing will take us almost all day. You can breathe in the fresh, salty air, sunbathe on the deck, swim in the open sea, and enjoy the romance of sailing. And most importantly, you will have the opportunity to learn how to manage a yacht. You will remember this experience for a lifetime.
A day in Alicante
Alicante is the center of the province of the same name in eastern Spain. It is considered the capital of the country's east coast and the main resort of the Costa Blanca. Here you will find almost everything a tourist needs: sea and white sandy beaches, rich history, and sights (from a medieval fortress to the classic Mediterranean old town with narrow cobbled streets).
Sailing from Alicante to Cartagena
Cartagena is one of the oldest ports in Europe, founded by the Carthaginians. Over the centuries, cultures of different peoples have mixed here: from the ancient Romans and Phoenicians to the Arabs and Spaniards. Here you will see the ruins of an ancient Roman theater, medieval Moorish fortifications, and interesting buildings in the Art Nouveau style.
Sailing from Cartagena to Garrucha
Garrucha is known for its many coastal bars and restaurants, where you can try delicious local fish dishes and products from nearby farms.
Sailing from Garrucha to Almeria
Here we will walk through the old town and see the Alcazaba fortress, which was founded in the 10th century by the first Arab caliph in Spain.
Sailing from Almeria to Adra
The history of Adra goes back 12 centuries, so there are many historical sights here. Adra is also famous for its amazing beaches and delicious seafood, which are available in a wide variety and at low prices.
Sailing from Adra to Malaga
Staying in Malaga
This is one of the most ancient ports in the world, which was founded by the Phoenicians in the 8th century BC. But Malaga is a real city of art, where you can see modern installations and masterpieces of the past, and most importantly, the works of Picasso - the most famous native of Malaga. We will also have time for walks among the banana palms and the beautiful fountains of the Park Alley. And then we will go to the old town to feel the unique charm of the historic quarters.
VALENCIA - ALICANTE - CARTAGENA - GARRUCHA - ALMERIA - ADRA - MALAGA