Finish:Gran Canaria, Las Palmas, Spain
A great voyage for those who want to get as many bright impressions as possible. On this route, we will visit three regions, each of which is worthy of a separate trip. The starting point will be sunny Andalusia - the southernmost region of the European part of Spain. From there we will sail to Morocco, where we will enjoy the beauty of North Africa and the fabulous atmosphere of the East. And then we will take a course to the Canary Islands, where we will visit the island of Lanzarote with an alien volcanic landscape and Gran Canaria resort.
from €1,050 / 15(15) days / 1pers.
Arrival in Malaga
Check-in on the yacht
A walk around the city
Safety briefing and rules of conduct on the yacht
This is one of the most ancient ports in the world, which was founded by the Phoenicians in the 8th century BC. Malaga is a 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.
Sailing from Malaga to Tangier
During sailing, you can fish and immediately prepare a delicious lunch from the catch. You can sunbathe on the deck. You can swim in the clear water with dolphins, who often accompany us and play in the waves somewhere nearby. You can also learn how to manage a yacht, which will bring you a lot of pleasure and come in handy on new journeys.
A day in Tangier
Tangier is famous for its white and blue houses, old mosques on the hillsides, several modern districts, and the green area of La Montagne. Today it is a rather popular resort, and the tourism sector is well developed. Tangier is sometimes compared to the French Riviera for its beautiful beaches, mild climate and luxurious nature. The city beach line is one of the longest in the world: it stretches for almost 50 kilometers!
Sailing from Tangier to Rabat
A day in Rabat
This is the capital and cultural center of Morocco with the royal palace and many other historical sites. Here you will find outstanding examples of both medieval Arabic architecture and French colonial style. To get a better feel for the local flavor, walk along Mohammed V Avenue and the Andalusian Gardens. The ruins of the ancient city of Shella and the medieval fortress Kasbah Udaya also deserve your attention.
Sailing from Rabat to Casablanca
A day in Casablanca
Casablanca is the largest and most cosmopolitan city in Morocco. The old colonial fort and the Hassan II Mosque with the tallest minaret in the world are definitely worth a visit. And just walk the streets: where else can you find such an incredible combination of Arab palaces and markets with Catholic churches and typically European architecture?
Sailing from Casablanca to Lanzarote
A day in Lanzarote
Lanzarote is often called the island of fire-breathing mountains, and there is a reason for that: there are about three hundred volcanoes. The local landscape is an unforgettable experience. When you see the inimitable volcanic landscape of Lanzarote with solidified lava, craters, ash, and basalt, you will feel like you are on another planet.
Sailing from Lanzarote to Gran Canaria
Gran Canaria is the most popular island in the Canary archipelago. One of its most beautiful places is the Maspalomas sand dunes, near which there is a historic lighthouse. It was built in 1861 and is still operating. You can also see the mysterious caves of the Guanches - one of the least explored peoples of the world.
An extra day
Leaving Gran Canaria
Malaga - Tangier - Rabat - Casablanca - Lanzarote - Gran Canaria