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DENIA-IBIZA-FORMENTERA: (Pitiusas Islands)

Denia is the capital of the Marina Alta, located in a settlement of millenary cultures, Creative City of Gastronomy by UNESCO. Just 60 miles away, the "Pitiusas" (Islands of Ibiza and Formentera) are a natural paradise of coves with crystalline waters, protected by landscapes of pine and juniper trees. Its nature reserves, gastronomy, markets and a careful and varied offer for the sailing traveller are worth mentioning. Among many of them, Cala Tárida, Cala Bassa, Bahía de Santa Eulalia in Ibiza or Playa de Illetes or Cala Sahona in Formentera are worth mentioning.

Duration: 7 days, 14 days or 21 days

Port: Denia

Ships: Sailboat, Catamaran and Yacht.

Transfer: Arrival and Departure Alicante and Valencia (Airport)

Seasons:

Low: December, January, February, March.

Media: April, May, October, November.

High: June, July, August, September.

SICILIA: (The Route of the Volcanoes)

The volcanic islands of the Tyrrhenian Sea. The power of Mother Nature concentrated in its surroundings. Its omnipresent volcano Etna. The lordship of Palermo and its villages. The placidity of its sheltered western coves. The sunsets in the east. The elaborate cuisine and excellent wine production of the area.

Duration: 7 days, 14 days or 21 days

Port: Palermo or Catania

Ships: Sailboat, Catamaran and Yacht.

Transfer: Palermo or Catania (Airport).

Seasons:

Low: December, January, February, March.

Media: April, May, October, November.

High: June, July, August, September.

MENORCA

It has been declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. It is the easternmost island of the Balearic archipelago. Its capital, Mahón, has a beautiful estuary, which has sheltered all kinds of boats since ancient times. Other towns are Ciudadela, at the western end of the island, and San Juan in the interior. It has been culturally rich since Neolithic times and has preserved numerous constructions from this period and throughout its history. The entire coastline is dotted with cliffs and coves of azure waters. It has an exceptionally rich landscape with Cala Turqueta or Cala Galdana standing out among many others.
Exquisite typical dishes such as "caldereta" or rice dishes and products such as Mahón cheese, its famous cakes and liqueurs.

Duration: 7 days, 14 days or 21 days

Port: Anywhere in Menorca

Ships: Sailboat, Catamaran and Yacht.

Transfer: Mahón (Airport).

Seasons:

Low: December, January, February, March.

Media: April, May, October, November.

High: June, July, August, September.

MALLORCA

The largest of the Balearic Islands, its capital Palma de Mallorca greets the sailor with its impressive Gothic Cathedral on the shores of the Mediterranean. It is a city with nightlife. Full of history and culture, it has more than 300 beaches and coves, each one more beautiful than the next. Cities such as Pollensa, Inca, Valldemosa, Porto Cristo and Manacor are, among others, towns with a lot of architectural charm and where markets, music festivals and cultural events of all kinds are held. The most outstanding natural beauty spots are the Sierra de Tramontana mountain range, Cape Formentor and the Caves of Drach. Famous for its seafood stews and ensaimadas.
Very close by is the island of Cabrera, a National Maritime and Terrestrial Park.

Duration: 7 days, 14 days or 21 days

Port: Anywhere in Mallorca.

Ships: Sailboat, Catamaran and Yacht.

Transfer: Palma de Mallorca (Airport).

Seasons:

Low: December, January, February, March.

Media: April, May, October, November.

High: June, July, August, September.

COSTA AZUL RIVIERA: (French Riviera-Ligurian Sea).

The holiday villas of the wealthy, nobles and kings. The most peaceful Mediterranean coast. The Ligurian Sea. Historic towns such as St. Tropez, Cannes, Monaco, San Remo, Imperia, Varezze. Towns with the greatest European "glamour". The Hyères islands as a French nautical destination. A coastline dotted with small fishing villages and their harbours. No rush. The goodness of an excellent summer climate. All the luxury within reach.

Duration: 7 days, 14 days or 21 days

Port: Marseille, Nice or Genoa.

Ships: Sailboat, Catamaran and Yacht.

Transfer: Marseille, Nice or Genoa.

Seasons:

Low: December, January, February, March.

Media: April, May, October, November.

High: June, July, August, September.

COSTA BLANCA: (Gastronomic Route)

The Costa Blanca bathes the province of Alicante with a climate and Mediterranean breezes that are very favourable practically all year round for sailing, water sports, diving, fishing, canoeing, etc. It is a coastline of cliffs and small coves dotted with small marinas and charming towns, Jàvea, Moraira, Calpe, Altea, etc., as well as the capital, Alicante. All of them have their own particular character in terms of culture, folklore and gastronomic offer.
The Cabo San Antonio Nature Reserve, Peñón de Ifach, the Tabarca Island Marine Reserve and the Torrevieja salt flats are also worth mentioning.

Duration: 7 days, 14 days or 21 days

Port: Alicante or Denia.

Ships: Sailboat, Catamaran and Yacht.

Transfer: Alicante, Valencia (Airport).

Seasons:

Low: December, January, February, March.

Media: April, May, October, November.

High: June, July, August, September.

THE SOLENT (Midd South England)

Sheltered by the stately Isle of Wight. Birthplace of modern-day yachting. Inland harbours sheltered from the tidal currents of the English Channel. The placid greenery of the New Forest. The stately English mansions on a coastline with almost no buildings. The dockyards and merchant port of Southamton. The historic city of Portsmouth. The seaside town of Cowes. The renowned English cuisine and spirits of the North. A moderate climate during the summer.

Duration: 7 days, 14 days or 21 days

Port: Southampton, Portsmouth.

Ships: Sailboat, Catamaran and Yacht.

Transfer: London (Airport).

Seasons:

Low: December, January, February, March.

Media: April, May, October, November.

High: June, July, August, September.

COSTA BRAVA: (Barcelona)

The most beautiful of the north-east coast of the Iberian Peninsula. Mediterranean coastline in its purest form. Hidden and solitary coves. The rugged Cap de Creus, shaped by the tramontana wind storms. The sheltered bays of Cadaqués and Port de la Selva. The beaches and ports of the bays of Roses and l'Estartit. And the renowned Catalan cuisine of fish and seafood, accompanied by select local wines.

Duration: 7 days, 14 days or 21 days

Port: Barcelona, Gerona.

Ships: Sailboat, Catamaran and Yacht.

Transfer: Barcelona or Gerona (Airport).

Seasons:

Low: December, January, February, March.

Media: April, May, October, November.

High: June, July, August, September.

CÓRCEGA-CERDEÑA: (Bonifacio Strait)

Located in the Ligurian and Tyrrhenian Seas and separated by the Strait of Bonifacio. They belonged to Carthage, Rome, among many other cultures, and now belong to France (Corsica) and Italy (Sardinia).
The sailing trip around Corsica allows us to discover its coastline full of wild and idyllic landscapes. Gulf of Porto, Réserve Naturalle de Escandola Islands to discover both its landscape, cultural wealth and varied gastronomy, cheeses, sausages, wild boar civet, chestnuts, and its exquisite confectionery.
Sardinia is a sparsely populated and very extensive island, rich in wild landscapes such as Punta La Marmara, Cascada de, Spendula or the Gulf of Orosei. The capital is Cagliari with a picturesque medieval walled quarter. The coastline has very oxygenated waters, which give it a very particular crystalline blue colour. Excellent meats, cheeses and fish, especially lobster and prawns.

Duration: 7 days, 14 days or 21 days

Port: Bonifacio, Porto Bequio.

Ships: Sailboat, Catamaran and Yacht.

Transfer: (Corsica) Ajaccio or Figari (Sardinia) Alghero or Olbia (Airport).

Seasons:

Low: December, January, February, March.

Media: April, May, October, November.

High: June, July, August, September.