Our journey begins in sunny Provence, which is perfect for getting away from the cold autumn. In October there is pleasant warm weather, you can even swim in the sea. From Provence, we will turn south, to Spanish Catalonia, where we will visit both small cozy towns and noisy Barcelona, which attracts millions of tourists every year.
Then we will sail to Valencia, one of the sunniest regions in Spain. This area ranks first in the country according to the number of beaches awarded the prestigious Blue Flag. The endpoint of the route will be the capital of the region, widely known for its many attractions - both historical and modern.
from €950 / 10(10) days / 1pers.
Arrival in Toulon
Check-in on the yacht
A walk around the city
Safety briefing and rules of conduct on the yacht
Toulon is one of the most beautiful ports in Europe, “the city of fountains” located on the Cote d'Azur at the foot of Mount Faron. If you go to its top by cable car, a magnificent view of the bay opens from there. In this city, everything is saturated with the atmosphere of the sea, distant wanderings, and the free life of sailors. Here you can walk endlessly along the streets, breathing in the fresh sea air, admiring the fountains and flower beds.
Sailing to Palamos
Palamos is a small fishing town, a great place for a quiet relaxing break and experience the local cuisine. Here you can order delicious fresh fish in the restaurant
Sailing from Palamos to Barcelona
The rustle of the sails, the lapping of the waves, the bright sun, and sea splash ... This is something worth living for. In the sea, you feel real and immediately understand what is important. During the crossing, you will be able to feel this sensation, listening to the mighty breath of the sea. And most importantly, you will have the opportunity to learn how to manage a yacht. You will remember this experience for a lifetime.
Staying in Barcelona
Barcelona is the youth capital of Spain, one of the most beautiful and ancient cities in Europe. It is included in the top 20 most popular tourist destinations in the world. The city will especially appeal to architecture fans: the best creations of the great Gaudí are located here, including the stunning Sagrada Familia, which was founded in 1882 and continues to be built to this day.
Sailing from Barcelona to Sant Carles de la Rapita
In this resort town, you can comfortably relax after the crossing
- on the beach or in a seaside restaurant.
Sailing from Sant Carles de la Rapita to Valencia
Staying in Valencia
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.
Toulon - Palamos - Barcelona - Sant Carles de la Rapita - Valencia