Sailing in Spain

Spain is most famous for its Flamenco music, bull-fights and beautiful architecture. Sailing in Spain gives you the opportunity to discover a landscape full of sandy beaches, charm, diverse culture and crystal blue water. With almost 8,000 kilometres of coastline and more than 320 marinas, Spain offers you all you could ever want from your sailing holiday!

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Andalusia

Andalusia possesses the most-varied terrain and vegetation in all of Spain. Striking contrasts exist between alpine mountains and pine forests at high elevations, arid and barren deserts, and fertile irrigated plains that support plantations of subtropical fruits. 

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Canary Islands

The Canary Islands are situated off the north western coast of Africa (Morocco and Western Sahara). Due to their geographical location the Canary Islands have a subtropical climate which makes it a fantastic choice for all of you who love to visit warm places during the winter.

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Balearic Islands

The islands that form the Balearics are: Ibiza, Formentera, Menorca, Mallorca, and Cabrera. Clear waters, sandy beaches, lively harbours and a very active night life is what attracts more and more sailors every year to these beautiful islands. 

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Valencia

The Region of Valencia has a total area of 23,255 km2 and a profoundly Mediterranean landscape with vast coastal plains alternating with striking mountainous areas, in addition to 632 km of coastline so visitors can enjoy the sea and the good climate all year round. 

 

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