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Spain has more than 8000 km (4400 Nm) of coast line so there are plenty of good places to sail. The most important ones are Costa Brava area with main port in Barcelona, the Balearic islands (Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, Formentera) and the Canary islands (Tenerife, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, Grand Canaria). There are few other smaller islands close to those big ones.

All the areas have open sea exposure so sometimes there can be swell. But there are many well protected areas and bays so if you keep an eye on the weather prediction you will be safe. Remember that if you book a yacht with us, you will also get concierge about the area you choose and we can work together on the itinerary.

In any of the sailing areas in Spain you will find white sandy beaches and pristine turquoise waters.
Spain offers a great mix of relaxation and culture. There are many small ports in picturesque villages and as many natural bays to spend the night or just the day swimming.
You will find in Spain a great gastronomic variety and many traditional dishes for each area. Not to mention that all food is well paired with great wines, white or red.
Whether you’re looking for a relaxing sailing holiday or an adrenaline-fueled adventure, sailing in Spain is an experience you won’t forget.

The weather in Spain will vary based on the time of the year. In summer there is usually a light breeze (6-10kts) but swell is almost there, about 0,5m. The east side of spain (Costa Brava, Costa del Sol etc) have lighter winds and waves, being protected from the Atlantic stronger winds and seas.

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