Finish:Majorca, Balearic Islands, Spain
In 10 days we will sail along the Spanish coast to the Balearic Islands.
Malaga - Adra - Garrucha - Cartagena - Alicante - Ibiza - Mallorca - 500 nm
We will spend full days in Cartagena and Ibiza, Mallorca
On a specially prepared competition yacht, we will sail 500 nautical miles from Malaga to Palma de Mallorca. We will learn to manage all regular and additional sails that our yacht is equipped with. An experienced instructor will train the crew of the theory, and you will immediately practice what you’ve learned. Making daily crossings, we will explore the southern coast of Spain visiting Malaga, Adra, Garrucha, Cartagena, Alicante and the islands of Ibiza and Mallorca.
from €800 / 10(10) days / 1pers.
Arrival day, Malaga
The voyage will begin in one of the oldest ports in the world, which was founded by the Phoenicians in the VIII century BC. Malaga became famous among fans of the art. This is a real city of art where you can see modern installations and masterpieces of the past, and most importantly, the works of Picasso who was born in Malaga.
You can breathe in the fresh salty air, sunbathe on the deck, swim in the open sea and enjoy the romance of sailing. This is also a great opportunity to learn how to manage a yacht. What could be better than leading it along the azure waves of the Mediterranean Sea, feeling how it obeys every movement of your hand?
Adra - Garrucha, 50 miles
Garrucha - Cartagena, 45 miles.
Cartagena is one of the oldest ports in Europe founded by the Carthaginians. For centuries, cultures of different nations have been mixed here: from ancient Romans and Phoenicians to Arabs and Spaniards. Here we can see the ruins of the ancient Roman theater, medieval Moorish fortifications and interesting buildings in the Art Nouveau style.
Cartagena - Alicante, 60 miles.
Alicante is the center of the province of the same name in eastern Spain. It is considered the capital of the eastern coast of the country, and the main resort of the Costa Blanca. Here you will find almost everything a traveler needs: the sea and snow-white sandy beaches, rich history and attractions (from a medieval fortress to a classic Mediterranean old town with narrow cobbled streets).
Spending a day in AlicanteAlicante - Ibiza, 90 miles
Alicante - Ibiza, 90 miles
The island of Ibiza is known as the nightlife capital of the Balearic Islands. But here you will find not only this. You can take a walk around the old town on top of a hill with 16th-century fortifications. Or have some rest on the famous Ses Salines beach.
Spending a day in Ibiza
Ibiza – Palma, 70 miles
The capital of the Balearic Islands and one of the busiest cities in Europe, Palma, has a real Mediterranean charm. A walk through the historical part of the city will give a lot of impressions to lovers of history and architecture. Walk along the square of the king and queen, Paseo del Born and the Rambla. Have a look at the city theater, the Grand Hotel, Almudina Palace and Bellver Castle.
Leaving the yacht, Palma
The magnificent south coast of Spain. We will sail along the Spanish coast to the Balearic Islands. Malaga - Adra - Garrucha - Cartagena - Alicante - Ibiza - Mallorca - 500 nm. We will spend full days in Cartagena and Ibiza, Mallorca.