The Spanish shore is famous from a large number of modern and well-equipped marinas, especially on the Mediterranean Sea side. Sailors head to Palma de Mallorca or Balearic Islands every year. The Spanish people are very open and friendly to sailors.
If you thought Spain is fiery temper, loudness and toreadors – you were right! But as with most of the countries, it is just one land image of the Iberian Peninsula. Particular regions of Spain differ from each other in terms of culture, and Spanish territories are located also on the nearby islands – it provides a wide range of what you can expect if you plan to visit the European south.
The Spanish shore is famous from a large number of modern and well-equipped marinas. This is one of the reasons for which our favourite region is the Balearic Sea Basin. This region is hot in summer (July and August), calms with pleasant warmth in spring and autumn – so you can fit the temperature to your needs depending on the time you want to choose. Even in winter, the temperature is good for sailing – it does not fall below 5°C – this is all due to the mild and warm Mediterranean climate.
Sailors are welcome – the Spanish people are very open, so they greet visitors with hospitality, and their life is intensive, so if you need some energy, you must go to Spain to sail on its territories. However, regardless of whether you choose laziness or active recreation, Spain will allow to relax in a virtually guaranteed weather. You can rest on a yacht, taste local specialities (seafood, fresh fish), have fun in vibrant clubs and be active in many ways – from surfing through diving and parasailing. And then you will just have to take an obligatory siesta!
Although many travellers want to visit marinas of Barcelona, the majority recommend the Canary Islands (Tenerife, Gran Canaria) and the Balearic Islands with the adorable Mallorca or Ibiza. Yield to the temptation of sandy beaches and glossy turquoise water waiting to help you taste the true summer freedom!