Costa Brava

The Costa Brava will captivate you with the beauty of its beaches and coves. They make reference to authentic paradises hidden among cliffs. Here you can enjoy unforgettable Mediterranean views. Cadaqués or Calella de Palafrugell are some of the places to visit.

Islas Baleares

Beaches of dunes and white sand, idyllic coves of transparent waters, picturesque fishing ports or quiet natural bays. A sea of ​​possibilities to choose from: from urban or family beaches with all leisure services, marinas with modern facilities, to virgin coves where you can get lost. The Balearic Islands have a coastline of great ecological and scenic value to enjoy all year round.

Costa del Sol

Apart from its incredible gastronomy, people and culture, there is another reason that makes the Costa de Sol a perfect holiday destination in Spain: its beautiful beaches and the beauty of the Mediterranean Sea. With more than 125 beaches and a coastline that stretches for 161 kilometers, the offer to choose from is almost unlimited.


The strategic position of the Canary Islands has made it one of the best places in the world for navigation. In addition, its favorable trade winds have achieved a great and prestigious nautical history and the islands have always been a port of call on transatlantic voyages.

Costa Valenciana

The area of ​​Oliva is considered one of the best to sail throughout the year, although in non-summer season (November and March) the winds from the land force to move to the Punta Molins area, in Denia. Among the best coves in Valencia you can visit: Cala Granadella, Cala de les Arenetes, Cala Llebeig, Cala Tío Ximo and Cala Ferris.