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Luxury yacht charter in Spain

 

Best time
May - September
Airport
Valencia, Barcelona, Tarragona, Palma, Ibiza, Menorca...
Languages
Spanish
Currency
EURO
Water area
Mediterranean Sea, Balearic Sea, Alboran Sea
Tips
The Balearic Islands (party Ibiza), Sagrada Familia (Barcelona), Costa Dorada
Spain Regions

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Luxury yacht charter Spain, has a predominantly warm Mediterranean climate, with dry summers and winters with balanced temperatures. Here you can enjoy more than 3,000 hours of sunshine per year. It is no surprise, then, that this is one of the warmest parts of Europe. Spain is a country that offers a multitude of options. It has a vast and exciting cultural, natural and gastronomic heritage. It’s a place where you can wander around modern cities and cities that will take you back in time to a different age. You’ll fall in love with its climate and its people. Come and sample Spain’s famous tapas or indulge in haute cuisine of the high est order. Marvel at the wildlife in its protected natural spaces or enjoy in your favorite charter yacht. Enjoy the sea, the sand, and the sun. In Spain, you’ll find beaches for relaxing and swimming all year round. Lapped by the waters of the Mediterranean, it has beaches to suit every possible taste: long stretches of sand, at the foot of imposing cliffs, with beach bars, hidden behind a pine forest, nudist beaches, family beaches… Almost 600 of them have the Blue Flag quality ward.

Andalusia

There’s no place like Andalusia – the mesmerizing, sun-kissed Spanish region, where glorious palaces whisper of wealthy Moorish kings, and passionate flamenco is woven into the fabric of everyday life, the true essence of Spain is there. Teeming with high-end designer boutiques, glamorous nightclubs, and shiny superyachts, Puerto Banús is the ultimate millionaires’ playground.  Make one day trips from Málaga to Nerja, along with Spain’s bubbly Costa del Sol, Nerja is a pretty seaside town with fairytale caves, glittering sandy coves, and some of the best sea views in the whole of Europe.
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Murcia

The Murcia region lies at the center of the Spanish Mediterranean coastal arch. Murcia has just over 170 km of coastline: coves and small beaches alternate with rocky shores and sheer, craggy cliffs. The Murcian littoral offers on the one hand unprotected shores with wild seas and on the other small coves with calm, placid waters. Sand-dunes, beaches, salt-water lagoons, mud-flats… the Murcia coastline includes numerous places of unquestionable interest to the naturalist.

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Valencia

Mediterranean landscape with vast coastal plains alternating with striking mountainous areas, in addition to 632 km of coastline so boaters can enjoy the sea and the good climate all year round. From north to south, the Region of Valencia comprises the provinces of Castellón, Valencia, and Alicante. These are known and promoted in the tourist industry by their four larger designations: Costa Blanca, Benidorm, València Terra I Mar, and Castellón Costa Azahar. The beaches in Valencia are very high-quality beaches. For a more exotic beach frequented by the beautiful people try Malvarrosa Beach in Levante.
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Catalonia

Catalonia is a traditional region of Spain that is fiercely proud of its unique culture. Barcelona is the most-visited destination. This colorful seaside city is full of attractions and things to do, with an atmospheric medieval quarter, surprising modernist architecture, and a vibrant urban culture. Tarragona is a beautiful seaside city that seems to have it all: sunshine, beaches, and interesting historic monuments. About 100 kilometers from Barcelona, this port town on the Costa Daurada is a worthwhile excursion or an alternative base to explore Catalonia. Near Tarragona is city Roda de Bara, stop there and explore attractions like Arc de Bera Monument and El Vendrell Beach.

Balearic Islands

The Balearic Islands are an archipelago of islands set like jewels in the azure Mediterranean Sea; from South to North there lie the islands of Formentera, Ibiza, Mallorca, and Menorca. The largest island, Mallorca – ‘Isle of Dreams’, has a varied landscape of mountains and valleys, rocky coves and sandy beaches. The Balearic Islands have around 375 recognized beaches, ranging from fine city and resort beaches with fabulous facilities for leisure and relaxation to tiny coves reachable only by boat; where you can be alone and at peace with the world.

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