The Cabo de Gata Nijar Geo Natural Park is the largest protected area on the Mediterranean coast, where there is an incredible contrast between the marine and terrestrial environment. Its pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters make it a perfect place for snorkelling and snorkelling along spectacular volcanic cliffs and reefs such as those found at Punta de los Muertos and Mesa Roldan.
Cádiz and its Costa del la Luz offer more than 200km of wonderful beaches facing the Atlantic, with a landscape sprinkled with white villages, dunes and pine forests. Beneath this wild environment, in the depths of Cabo Trafalgar lie hundreds of boats of high archaeological value, the result of countless battles that took place in the region.
Axarquia Malagueña rises to 2000 metres above sea level, from the heights populated by vineyards and olive trees, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea of tranquil beaches and remote coves. In this setting, the eastern Costa del Sol offers many options for both deep-sea diving and snorkelling.
The Costa de la Luz stretches to Huelva from the mouth of the Guadiana River to the mouth of the Guadalquivir River, where virgin beaches, dunes, marshes, pine forests, marinas and marine villages such as El Rompido, Isla Cristina or Punta Umbria coexist.
Together with the Bay of Algesiras, the Strait is a magnificent coastal fringe marked by the strength of the winds and an underwater wealth of coves and a rich biodiversity between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic. A natural spectacle that culminates with the migratory passage of whales, dolphins, bocas turtles or sharks between the waters of Europe and Africa, and which also shelters large meadows of algae, which hide sponges and molluscs.
The Sagrada Família, Parc Guël or the Casa Milà are just some of Gaudí’s works that you shouldn't miss in the Catalan capital. A lively city, Barcelona is teeming with tapas bars where you can have a snack before a night of "fiesta". Make the most of your cruise to spend a day or two there.
The birthplace of Picasso, this Andalusian city is home to a superb museum dedicated to the world's most famous painter. To travel through centuries of architecture with European and North African influences, head to the Roman theatre, the Cathedral of the Incarnation and the Lord.
A Gothic castle, majestic cathedral and a royal palace; this place will delight history buffs! On the navigation side, the city of Palma has several marinas perfectly equipped with all the relevant infrastructure (shops, swimming pool, restaurants...).
Overlooking its bay, the Magdalena Peninsula and its royal palace welcome Atlantic sailors in this majestic and elegant city nestled between sea and mountains.
This archipelago, located a few nautical miles from Palma de Mallorca, has been classified as a National Park due to its extraordinary natural wealth. Entrance is limited. We therefore recommend that you find out if you wish to go there by boat.
To fully appreciate the richness of the Spanish coastline, the Balearic and Canary Islands, and to enjoy the diversity of the country, there is nothing better than a yacht charter in Andalusia that will allow you to set sail for surprising discoveries.
Thanks to its mild climate, you can sail along the Spanish coast and the Balearic Islands from April to October. Visit Canary Islands Tenerife or Gran Canaria - they are less frequented and are the perfect winter destination for water sports enthusiasts! Don't forget to book your yacht charter early... the Balearic Islands are in great demand in summer and offers, especially on catamaran hire, are quickly snapped up. You will also benefit from advantageous rates if you book early.
The climate in Andalusia is characterised by mild winters on the coast but rather cold inland, dry, prolonged (May to October) and very sunny summers. In the south-east, rainfall is rare.The most optimal time for a yacht charter in Andalusia is between spring or autumn. The temperatures are pleasant, without the crowds. At the beginning of spring it can still be cool in the evening and swimming requires a certain motivation (water temperature around 16 °C).May and June are very pleasant, it is hot but not too hot. In September-October, the temperature is exquisite, and it is less crowded. In July/August, temperatures rise to between 35-40 °C, it's crowded on the coast but the welcome and hospitality is indeed second to none!
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