Capital of the Autonomous Community of Catalonia, Barcelona is inevitably one of the most popular destinations in Spain. It is also one of the most captivating cities in Europe. So, if you plan to spend your next vacation at sea, do not hesitate to rent a boat barcelona and you will have the right to new experiences.
The essentials of Barcelona and its surroundings
Start your stay by the Barri Gòtic in the center of the city, stroll on the Ramblas and then join the beach of Barceloneta where you can have lunch, feet in the water. In the afternoon, take the funicular that will take you to the summit of Montjuïc to visit the Joan Miró Foundation and enjoy to enjoy a breathtaking view of the bay of Barcelona.
Once aboard your sailing or motor boat, set sail north of the Costa Brava to Lloret del Mar, a festive seaside resort where you can practice scuba diving and canoeing. With your boat rental, you can easily access the many small coves of the region, for a swim in peace!
Drop anchor in the Girona area, where you will discover Pals and Tossa de Mar, two medieval towns and their fortresses that overlook the sea. You can then anchor in the Gulf of Roses, one of the most beautiful bays in the world , then join Cadaquès to visit the famous house-museum of Salvador Dali.
With its steep cliffs and small coves surrounded by pine trees, the Catalan coast is a dream place for sailors and nature lovers. If you are planning a long cruise, you will also have time to reach the Balearic Islands (Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera) from Barcelona.
Discover the beauty of the Catalonian shores! Renowned for their white sandy beaches and turquoise waters, these islands offer an exceptional natural setting where it is good to sail.