Spain Yacht Charters
flourish with a focus on modern development of marinas and two popular yachting areas: northwest Spain and the Balearics Islands. In the northwest, La Coruna has a long history of sailing dating back to Roman times, and is home to several yacht clubs and a new marina where all types of sailors are welcome. Around the Balearics Islands, you can discover charters for a week of club hopping! Several ports exist around the island of Mallorca; here exists headquarters of a yacht charter and sailing school. The historical city of Palma de Mallorca features a Gothic cathedral on a hill overlooking the coastline, exquisite docking areas, and quiet beach areas. Ibiza Island contains superior nightlife, diving for all skill levels, watersports, and yacht charters for a day or week. Café del Mar is known for relaxing beaches, calm music, and unforgettable sunsets. A yacht visiting Formentera discovers the most undeveloped island in the area. Menorca presents fine white-sand beaches in the south, steep rock formations in the north, bays for yacht exploration and a fishing port at Fornells. 2 ˝ miles of waterfront line Barcelona, with significant seafront development, including the Olympic Port, and several beaches.
Costa del Sol’s yachts cruise by coastal village resorts blended with ancient history and olive farms. Puerto Banus has a marina w/ luxury yachts, a port casino, fashion shops, and a marine observatory. Cruise around Spain all year long.