Spain is a country that believes in good living. Here, the pace is slower and people tend to enjoy the simpler things in life: good people, delicious food, and new experiences. After all, Spain is the country that invented the siesta! Whether you’re enjoying some tapas in Barcelona or cruising the plains of Andalucia, Spain has something for everybody. And if you’re the kind of person who wants to be as close to water as possible, a Spain sailing trip will take you out into the heart of the Mediterranean. It’s a unique way to see the country, and the combination of sea and sun never fails to do a body good.
Starting out in Barcelona, you’ll have a unique view of this stunning city from a sailboat. You’ll sail through centuries of the city’s history and its relationship with the sea, all while travelling along Barcelona’s coastline and taking in the skyline and architecture. Sail north to the Maresme coast, where your natural surroundings will leave you with your mouth hanging open. After sightseeing, you’ll have time to jump into the water for a swim as well, and a delicious packed picnic will top off the whole experience. You may even decide to stop by the Ca La Nuri Beach Restaurant on the way back, for specialty seafood made just for you.
Mallorca is a part of the Balearic Islands, and is a spot with lots to offer. It’s the jewel of the Mediterranean, and its dramatic cliffs and coastal trails around Formentor and Cap d’es Pinar are worth exploring. You’ll love the limestone peaks of the Serra de Tramuntana. A guide can take you out on a luxury sailboat for a day of swimming and snorkelling and relaxing in the sun. You can navigate the Balearic Islands, and you’ll dip into the beautiful coves of Northern Mallorca. Travelling with a loved one? Opt for a romantic sunset sailing trip.Read More ...