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0 sailing cruises in Spain
Spain is not just the country that started the era of great geographical discoveries it is also known as a birthplace of yachting. So, if you dream of a sailing trip, probably Spain is right place to start.
It is the fourth largest country in Europe, located in its south-west of the Iberian Peninsula that includes Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands. It is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, so all kinds of sailing cruises are very popular all over the country. We hope that Spain can be a starting point for your vacation as well, as it has a lot to offer: 300 sunny days during the year, nice warm sea and moderate winds and over 329 comfortable marinas all over the coast and islands, with excellent service and infrastructure.
Climate in Spain
Despite different climate zones due to the size of the country, Spain still considered to be one of the warmest countries in Europe. Planning your sailing trip on the southern part you may expect Mediterranean climate characterized by hot and dry weather in summer and mild rainy winter. The average annual temperature on the Mediterranean coast does not exceed +25-30C.
Places to visit in Spain
It is worth saying that the main feature of yachting in Spain is its numerous marinas. Due to their extremely good location you need only a couple of hours to get from one anchorage to another. When you are going to visit this region pay attention that there four main locations for yachting: the Canary Islands, that are located in the Atlantic Ocean; the Strait of Gibraltar; the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea; the coast of Spain itself. All these locations are extremely popular for sailing cruises and can offer vast variety of entertainment on shore and at sea: windsurfing, kayaking, beachcombing, diving, museums, exhibitions, numerous bars and restaurants.