Spain Private Yacht Charter, Boat Rental & Yacht Vacation Prices
Offering a wonderful yacht charter experience in the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Ocean, Spain, with 8.000 km long coast, invites you to sail into its vibrant culture, natural and architectural beauties. Here are alternative routes for magnificent places that are waiting to be discovered in Spain, the pearl of the Mediterranean.
We can start our route with Barcelona to explore its culture, hectic nightlife, historical places, and museums. Spain's second-largest city, Barcelona, is symbolized by La Sagrada Familia, also known as the church of the people. After visiting it, you can spend some time at the city aquarium around the old harbor. Museu Maritim may be interesting for those who are keen on ships and the history of seafaring. The beaches of Barcelona's Nova Icaria and Bogatell are ideal for sunbathing and water sports.
Castelldefels which is near Barcelona but away from the crowd is also ideal if you are looking for a calm place. You can windsurf and wave surf in Castelldefels. You can have an idyllic holiday in the virgin bays of the region by breaking the helm to Costa Brava. Costa Brava is located 103 km north of Barcelona. Anchor your boat and try fresh local tastes accompanied by the historical castle and endless sea views! You can continue your journey with Cadaques, a small town full of white houses. The town was frequently visited by Salvador Dali and it was an inspiration for artists like Mercouri and Picasso! You can also add Aigua Blava, Fornells, Tamariu, D’Aigufreda, Sa Riera and Begur to your route, and discover the mystery of these blue bays. While enjoying the unique architectural beauties and cultural diversity of Costa Dorada and Costa Valencia, you can add Costa Blanca to your route.
The next destination is Spain’s 6th largest city Malaga. After visiting the museum of the famous painter Picasso, you can take a little break to eat tapas or paella. You can anchor close to beaches like Pedregalejo, Malagueta, Palo to enjoy the sea, sand, and sun a little more. If you choose June 23rd for holiday, it is San Juan Night in Malaga. You can come together with friendly local people who love to have fun on the beach, dance and chat until the morning and you can feel the spirit of the festival. While traveling towards the southwest of Costa De Sol, you can stop your engine for a while and spend time in Puerto Banús, which is famous for its luxury marina, shopping centers, beaches, and lively nightlife, which is also preferred by famous people.
If you head towards the eastern part of the Mediterranean coast, the target is the third-largest city in Spain, Valencia! Valencia's Modern Arts Museum, Torres de Serranos, Ceramics and Decorative Art Museum, City of Arts and Sciences, Valencia Cathedral and the Catedral de Santa María de Valencia, located in the Old City section are visited by millions of tourists every year. After visiting L'Oceanogràfic, which is the most popular aquarium of Spain, you can travel to the Balearic Islands, namely Mallorca, Minorca, Ibiza, Cabrera, Dragonera, and Formentera, to feel the Mediterranean rhythm. You should definitely visit Sant Antoni de Portmany, Santa Eularia del Rue and Ibiza Town on the island of Ibiza, which has no boundaries for entertainment, nightlife and holidays! While witnessing Ibiza's nightlife, all you have to do is just leave yourself to the rhythm of music until morning and enjoy the moment. The iconic Es Vedra Island, which you can easily see when you look at Ibiza, still retains its mystery. In the sunset view, you surrender even more to the island's charm.
Formentera, known as the twin-island of Ibiza and also as the hippie island, is more virgin, has natural bays and is preferred by many famous names. It has been the subject of many films with its authentic beaches, energetic and peaceful aura, and sea with colors ranging from blue to green. Even the magnificent sea view that Jules Verne mentioned in his novel belongs to this island. Cala Saona, Ses Illetes, Platja Migjorn, and Sant Francesc Hippie Market deserve a chance! Famous for its perfect beaches, which are the biggest of the islands, including Illetes Beach, Portals Nous Bay, Alcudia Beach, Cala Fornells. Minorca Island will welcome you with modest energy and make you fall in love with its tropical and authentic naturalness. Cala Macarelleta, Cala’s Bosch, Cova d Xen, Cala Turqueta and Cala Galdana are just a few of the must-see locations.
Sunny and warm weather throughout the year offers a great opportunity for boat rentals. In addition, the wind in Spain, which does not exceed 30 mph, provides a favorable environment for sailors.
Spain Private Yacht Charter & Boat Rental Prices
Spain, with 60 different islands and 200 marinas, offers a long yacht charter season starting in April and ending in October. While this wide time interval offers good opportunities, we are happy to assist you in renting the right boat at viravira.co. In Spain, it is possible to rent a boat suitable for every taste and budget. Yacht charter prices in Spain change according to the model, marina, length and passenger capacity of the yacht. The most preferred charter yachts in Spain are sailboats, catamarans, and motor yachts, respectively. For lower prices, March-April and September-October season can be preferred, and it may be necessary to allocate a budget of € 4000-4500 for the high season. It should be noted that check-in and check-outs are on Saturdays.