Valencia is also a city with superb sandy beaches.
Additionally, the town is the venue of the world-renowned sailing race—America’s Cup. Valencia hosted the championship in 2007 and 2010, placing the city firmly on the map of leading sailing destinations.
The port offers regular ferry boat services to and from the Balearic Islands and Italy. The Balearic Islands are just a few hours sail from the city. Taking a vacation on board a yacht from here is a great way to combine a Mediterranean sailing holiday with the mixed pleasure of visiting a magnificent city.
So many world-class attractions are available in Valencia. It isn’t easy to imagine why you would sail away without seeing what this place has to offer first. One unmissable attraction is The City of Arts and Sciences, designed by Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela.
Why not explore the Roman and Arabic heritage architecture. The cathedral, and the Gothic style buildings?
Valencia is a great starting point to sail towards Ibiza or the other Balearic Islands. If you charter a yacht from Valencia’s port, we recommend cruising along the beaches on the Costa Blanca coast, before sailing towards the Balearics. Most of the Valencian sandy beaches are wide, open and well preserved.
Each Spanish coastal region has a unique character.
The Spanish coastline runs for over 1,700 km from the French border to Gibraltar’s Straits in the south. This diverse coastline has a lot to offer and has a variety of landscapes. There are cliffs, sandy beaches, fertile farmlands, craggy mountains, olive groves and rocky coves.
Each coastal region in Valencia has a unique character. The Costa Brava lies along the north-eastern part of the Spanish Mediterranean coast. This 220 km long “Wild Coast” is steep and often rugged with many picturesque bays, headlands and beaches. It is indeed worth visiting the Catalonian capital of
Links, Roses, Empuriabrava, Kotor.