Hiring a catamaran is a fantastic way to explore the hidden beauties of Valencia. Valencia is held in high regard for its art, music, food, and parties. Being such a populous area, a private catamaran cruise will allow you to avoid the crowds and explore the beaches, bays, and coves that lie halfway along Spain’s Mediterranean coast. Valencia has plenty of marinas, where you can find the ideal catamaran of your choice. You can directly contact the owners for the ideal vessel, or simply allow a BednBlue travel expert to guide you with some suggestions.
You have plenty of options:
You can book and hire a catamaran with a skipper--or without one, if you own a license--and enjoy a one-day cruise along the Costa Brava or Costa Blanca coastline. You also have the option to book a catamaran and throw a party or enjoy a sunset cruise. Finally, you can hire a luxury catamaran and go island-hopping in the Balearic Islands for as many days as you wish.
Valencia is the third-largest city in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona and is home to over 1.5 million inhabitants. Valencia is made up of three provinces, Castellon in the north, the province of Valencia in the middle, and the province of Alicante in the south. Before you rent a catamaran in Valencia, you can visit several interesting sites. Between the old town and the port, you will find the famous City of Arts and Sciences, which includes Europe’s largest oceanographic park. The city contains many museums with a collection of fine arts, built around the works of famous artists, such as El Greco and Goya. The most important international Spanish dish, known as the paella, is known to be of Valencian origin. The region is also very diverse, and its fertile lands produce grapes, dates, rice, and about 57% of the total citrus fruit that serve two-thirds of Europe.
BednBlue offers many available catamarans for you to have a one-of-a-kind vacation from the thriving metropolis of Valencia.
A catamaran charter in Valencia will allow you to explore the gems of Costa Brava and Costa Blanca. These are ideal destinations in Spain, known for their long sandy beaches and numerous anchoring areas. Itineraries can range from a typical sunset cruise in Valencia, a luxury celebrity cruise for a day, or even the option for an exotic escape to the Balearic Islands for a week. Valencia offers 9 months of sunny weather throughout the year, with moderate winds of about 5 and 15 knots, which is ideal for sailing. It is still advised to hire an experienced local skipper during the winter months to ensure you have a comfortable and safe cruise.
The best thing about renting a catamaran in Valencia is that there is an array of fine dining options near its beaches, which keep that innovative feeling during your time ashore. Of course, you can enjoy anything that ranges from a refreshing cocktail to tapas. You can also relish a paella at a restaurant at the beach.
For the perfect cruise in Costa Brava, you can head to the Cap de Creus Natural Park, known for its amazing landscape. A popular spot among sailors all over the world is Benitatxell, and a lovely holiday resort you cannot miss is El Campello, known for its beautiful beaches and coves. A great place for day-trippers is also Barcelona, one of the most vibrant cities in the world. Gandia, Altea, the Columbretes Islands are also enjoyable mooring spots with exciting anchoring areas for sailors. Even after all of these, Valencia offers the opportunity to explore the Balearic Islands, which is one of the best charter vacations you can ask for. The Balearic Islands consist of Ibiza, Formentera, Mallorca, and Menorca are some of the most popular cruising grounds in the world.
Below you will find some useful information related to your catamaran rentals in Valencia.
La Marina de Valencia: A modern marina close to the Malvarrosa beach. The marina offers over 900 berths and is a couple of minutes away from the city center.
The marina is located 20 kilometers from Valencia Airport.
Valencia Mar: Offers 340 berths and can even accommodate superyachts. This is one of the safest marinas in the Mediterranean.
Puerto Deportivo Pobla Marina: Offers a total of 686 mooring spots for vessels at a maximum length of 18 meters and a draft of 4 meters. The marina also provides 24-hour security, electricity, water, and can travel lift up to 40 tons. Near the marina, you will find restaurants, two golf courses, bars, a solarium, and shops.
Valencia is connected by ferry to all the Balearic Islands. You can also catch ferries from Valencia to Salerno, Savona, Catania, Sicily and Sardinia (Italy).
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