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Eternal spring and an endless coastline to discover

Yacht Charter In Spain

Eternal spring and an endless coastline to discover

Spain is one of the most popular charter destinations in the Mediterranean and the Atlantic. The sailing areas impress due to their enormous diversity. Whether rocky coasts, dreamlike bays, azure blue sea, snow-white sandy beaches, elegant harbours or historic fishing villages, always absolutely charming and with new attractions. And due to its great history and relaxed culture, its good food and its lifestyle, it is quite normal that a yacht charter in Spain is the most popular destination for a charter holiday in southern Europe. Surrounded by an ocean, two different seas and a multitude of different cultures, landscapes and climate zones, Spain might be a small country - but hardly to be surpassed in terms of diversity. Hot summers, mild winters and excellent conditions at sea, but also pleasant temperatures in summer at an island with Caribbean-like dream beaches - a yacht charter in Spain can simply offer everything all year round.

Almost 6,000 kilometres is the length of the Spanish coastline, divided into the inland territories of the Iberian Peninsula, the Canary Islands, situated 100 kilometres west of Morocco and the Balearic Islands at the Mediterranean coast. Above all, the good accessibility because of the perfect flight connections from international airports, as well as the extensive coastline for mooring and anchoring makes that Spain is a real sailing paradise for a yacht charter. Incredibly fascinating landscapes, nature off the beaten track, excellent marinas, the relaxed local people, the great gastronomy and above all, the constant wind conditions ensure an unforgettable adventure. No matter whether with or without sailing experience, whether you are for the first time on a yacht or catamaran, family holidays, with friends or your best employees, a yacht charter in Spain inspires.

Yacht charter in Spain does not only mean discovering the Mediterranean coast of the mainland or the Balearic Islands. During your yacht charter in Spain you can also get to know the rough beauty of the Atlantic coast of mainland Spain or the Canary Islands.
They are also called the islands of eternal spring, the Canary Islands with their subtropical climate. Longing for a yacht charter in the middle of winter?
Dreaming about long sandy beaches, sunshine and great weather? And all this in Europe, without long flight distances? The Canary Islands is a literally obvious alternative to the Seychelles, because the islands are just a 4 hours flight from England and the Canary Islands offer all year round temperatures between 18 and 25 degrees. The Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean are a group of Islands, geologically belonging to Africa in the eastern central Atlantic, about 100 kilometres west of the coast of Morocco, consisting of seven islands, Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro.

The breathtaking landscape of the islands makes every yacht charter around the Canary Islands an indescribable experience, high mountains, enchanted valleys, evergreen forests, volcanic deserts and high cliffs, crystal clear, turquoise water, kilometres of dreamlike beaches and the subtropical climate ensure the best sailing conditions all year round.
Each of the seven main islands offers a world full of contrasts and possibilities, the Canary Islands have a coastline of almost 1,500 kilometres. Choosing the place where you want to enjoy the mild climate and sun is not quite easy. The long, white sandy beaches in Tenerife and Fuerteventura attract, small bays hidden in the cliffs of El Hierro or La Gomera, exotic dune landscapes of Gran Canaria or the volcanic beaches from Lanzarote, La Palma or La Graciosa - all options offer perfect sailing conditions and relaxation, adventure and fun are guaranteed.

The island's ports and marinas ensure all facilities and are perfect for water sports enthusiasts, sailing, kayaking, surfing, water skiing, jet skiing and even windsurfing is very popular. The underwater world has also a lot to offer, where else can you get to know a unique volcanic landscape under water... Apart from all the breathtaking bays during your charter you will see dolphins, whales and turtles. On each island the shore excursions are worthwhile, and in terms of gastronomy the Canarian cuisine is as diverse as the islands themselves. Canarian cuisine is characterised by well-seasoned dishes and fresh foods, which are the result of the fertile volcanic soils and the good climate that give the local food a very special taste.

Discover Spain (F.A.Q)

When is the best time to travel?
Spain is always worth a visit, whether you like to enjoy the almond blossom in February, the festivities during the Easter holidays, the warm summers or mild winters.

Basically it is very dry and summerly warm everywhere in Spain during the months of June until October, at some parts of Spain the temperatures may raise even over 30 degrees during the day and are rarely below 20 degrees at night. The water temperature in Mediterranean is approx. 21-26 degrees and in the Atlantic approx. 21-23 degrees.

The Canary Islands is the region in Spain with the mildest temperatures during spring, autumn and the winter months, therefore the Canary Islands are ideal for a yacht charter in Spain. The Temperatures in the Canary Islands are around 20-23 degrees and depending on the island, the water temperature is around 17-21 degrees.
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