Yachting in Andalusia

Jachting v Andalusii

Want to learn more about sailing in Andalusia?

Yachting in Andalusia is one way to explore the beautiful coastline of Andalusia, whether you are an experienced sailor or a beginner. So why not plan a sailing adventure in Andalusia and experience the beauty and charm of this fascinating region for yourself?
With its coastline along the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean, beautiful beaches, warm weather and beautiful seaside towns, Andalusia is a popular destination for yachting enthusiasts and yachting enthusiasts alike.

The port of Marbella

The famous city of Marbella on the Costa del Sol is renowned for its lavish hotels and restaurants. With one of the most modern and well-equipped marinas in the area, it’s also a great place for yachting. The marina provides a range of services such as fuel, water, electricity and waste removal and has around 300 berths for yachts up to 50 metres long. Marbella is home to a number of sailing schools and charter companies that provide sailing lessons and yacht charters.

The most famous marina in Puerto Banus

To the west of Marbella is the port town of Puerto Banus. It is famous for celebrity visits, luxury shopping and nightlife. One of the largest and most important ports in Spain, Puerto Banus boasts around 900 berths for boats up to 75 metres long. It provides a wide range of services and round-the-clock security. Numerous yacht charter companies in Puerto Banus also provide day trips and longer cruises along the coast.

The port of Sotogrande

Sotogrande has one of the best marinas in Europe. The marina offers top class facilities and all services including yacht maintenance and repair. Sotogrande, which is part of the town of La Linea de la Concepcion, is a short drive from Gibraltar. Sotogrande offers a wide range of water sports, from sailing trips to exciting water sports such as jet skiing, wakeboarding, windsurfing and kitesurfing. And for those who want to start sailing or improve their skills, Sotogrande offers courses for all levels.
The Strait of Gibraltar, which connects the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, is one of the most popular sailing spots in Sotogrande. Strong currents and difficult sailing conditions make the Strait of Gibraltar an exciting and rewarding destination for experienced sailors. From the Strait, you can venture to nearby cities such as Malaga and Cadiz, as well as explore the stunning coastline of Andalusia.

The port of Cadiz – Costa de la Luz

Cádiz on the Atlantic coast of Andalusia is a historic port city. It is famous for its charming old town, beautiful beaches and exciting nightlife. Here you will find more than 200 berths for yachts up to 30 metres. Numerous yacht charter companies in Cadiz also offer day trips, cruises around the coast and also trips to the nearby port of Algeciras.

Port of Malaga

The thriving city of Malaga on the Costa del Sol is renowned for its diverse cultural history, superb gastronomy and exciting nightlife. The port of Malaga provides a range of services such as fuel, water, electricity and waste disposal, and has more than 400 berths for yachts up to 60 metres long. Several yacht charter companies in Malaga also offer day trips and longer cruises along the coast, including trips to the neighbouring port of Marbella.

Andalusia’s long coastline, pleasant climate, top-notch marinas and facilities make it a great place for yachting and sailing enthusiasts.

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