Balearic and Canary Islands
A luxury yacht charter in Spain is a delightful combination of relaxation and adventure. In fact, Spain is one of the most popular luxury yacht charters destinations. Spain is situated in South-western Europe. It occupies the Iberian Peninsula and is bathed by the Mediterranean Sea, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Cantabrian Sea.
Balearic Islands Yacht Charters
Places to see:
- Costa Blanca (Denia, Alicante, Valencia)
- Balearic Islands (Palma, Mallorca, Ibiza, Menorca)
- Canary Islands (Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Ibiza, Lanzarote),
- Catedral de Barcelona in Barcelona. This beautiful cathedral honors Eulalia, a local girl who refused to accept the Roman emperor Diocletian’s demand to recant her Christian faith.
- Girona, a city in Spain’s northeastern Catalonia region, beside the River Onyar. It’s known for its medieval architecture, walled Old Quarter and the Roman remains of the Força Vella fortress.
Things to do:
- Hike. The most famous trail in Spain is the Camino de Santiago. Even if you aren’t ready to walk the entire pilgrimage of 500 miles, many people just go for a single-day stroll!
- Snorkel and scuba dive. Either jump in the water from your luxury yacht or wade in from the beach. There are a wide variety of interesting sea plants and animals waiting for you to discover.
- Windsurf and kitesurf. Strong winds year-round make this an ideal windsurfing and kitesurfing location. In fact, Spain is one of the top places in the world for these activities.
- Kayak. Spain offers a wide variety of rivers and lakes where you can go canoeing or kayaking. You can enjoy this sport both inland and along the almost 8,000 kilometers of coastline.
- Dine at El Diablo restaurant in Lanzarote where your food is cooked over a volcano.
- Explore the walled Old Town in Ibiza. This ancient sandstone fortress defended the town against pirates and other invaders.
Spain has a temperate climate and lots of sunshine. Summers along Spain's coast are moderate while winters along the coast are partly cloudy and cool. Spain's interior weather consists of clear skies and hot summers.
Spanish cuisine includes traditional dishes such as paella, jamón serrano, jamón ibérico, queso manchego, tapas, tortilla española, and fabada, a stew made with beans and sausage. Olive oil and herbs such as parsley, oregano, rosemary, and thyme play a key role in Spanish cooking. Garlic is also very common. In addition to food, Spain is known for wine regions such as Rioja, Ribera del Duero, Penedés, Navarra, Rueda, Cava, Rias Baixas, Jeréz, and La Mancha.
MAP - Spain Yacht Charter
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