Columbretes Islands boat trips

Experience the Columbretes by diving, snorkeling or sailing
The Columbretes Islands are an archipelago of volcanic islands full of marine life, making it a true paradise for scuba divers. We have selected the best plans so you can visit the marine reserves of the Columbretes Islands and enjoy exploring the surface of the islands as well.
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Valencia, Valencia
From 29 Feb to 1 Mar
29 Feb
2 days
6 More information Reserve for 150€
Valencia, Valencia
From 7 Mar to 8 Mar
7 Mar
2 days
6 More information Reserve for 150€
Valencia, Valencia
From 14 Mar to 15 Mar
14 Mar
2 days
6 More information Reserve for 150€
Castellón, Castellón
From 20 Mar to 22 Mar
20 Mar
3 days
1 More information Reserve for 150€
Valencia, Valencia
From 21 Mar to 22 Mar
21 Mar
2 days
6 More information Reserve for 150€
Valencia, Valencia
From 28 Mar to 29 Mar
28 Mar
2 days
6 More information Reserve for 150€
Burriana, Castellón
From 3 Apr to 9 Apr
3 Apr
7 days
8 More information Reserve for 750€
Valencia, Valencia
From 4 Apr to 5 Apr
4 Apr
2 days
6 More information Reserve for 150€
Valencia, Valencia
From 9 Apr to 12 Apr
9 Apr
4 days
7 More information Reserve for 290€
Castellón, Castellón
From 17 Apr to 19 Apr
17 Apr
3 days
5 More information Reserve for 150€
El Grao de Castellón, Castellón
From 30 Apr to 3 May
30 Apr
4 days
5 More information Reserve for 225€
Castellón de la Plana, Castellón
From 1 May to 3 May
1 May
3 days
6 More information Reserve for 110€
El Grao de Castellón, Castellón
From 14 May to 17 May
14 May
4 days
5 More information Reserve for 225€
Castellón, Castellón
From 22 May to 24 May
22 May
3 days
5 More information Reserve for 150€
Castellón, Castellón
From 5 Jun to 7 Jun
5 Jun
3 days
4 More information Reserve for 150€
Castellón, Castellón
From 19 Jun to 21 Jun
19 Jun
3 days
5 More information Reserve for 150€
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  • How to go to the Columbretes Islands?

    The Columbretes Islands can be visited by accessing them by boat from the coast of Valencia or Castellón. In Sailwiz we have trips of variable duration and content to enjoy this archipelago. Options include sailing and living onboard a sailboat around this enclave for a few days, or diving trips, where life is also on board, but the main purpose of the trip is to explore the seabed of the islands.
  • What to see in the Columbretes Islands?

    The Columbretes Islands are one of the enclaves with the greatest ecological interest in the Mediterranean. They are located near the coast of Castellón and form an archipelago that is divided into four islands: La Grassa, Ferrera, La Forada and Carrallot.
    The Columbretes have undergone great geological activity for years and numerous craters and remains of the chimney of an extinct volcano can be observed.

    Its great value lies in its rich flora and fauna, which is why they were declared a Natural Park and Marine Reserve, which implies the need for special treatment when accessing them.

    The most typical plant in the archipelago is the Sosa Fina. We can also find singularities such as Red Coral and Redriguezi Laminaria Algae.

    The fauna of the Columbretes stands out above all for seabirds such as the Audouin gull and the cormorant.
    The original name of the islands is Ophiusa or Columbraría, which comes from the Greeks when they referred to the snakes that inhabited them and disappeared when the lighthouse was built.
  • Columbretes for diving

    In addition, Sailwiz has several activities where you can dive in the Columbretes. The Columbretes Islands is one of the favorite destinations for scuba diving enthusiasts from all over the world since it has transparent waters, a great beauty on the seabed and a large number of animal and vegetable species found in the Columbretes Islands.

    Salwiz has different diving trips so you can enjoy your passion

    When to go to the Columbretes Islands?

    The Columbretes Islands can be visited throughout the year in good weather, but the influx of visitors increases in the spring and summer months, when the boat trip is more pleasant, snorkeling and diving can be done with more hours of light and also the water temperature is suitable for bathing.


    What is the history of the Columbretes Islands?

    The Columbretes Islands have suffered great geological activity for many years. For this reason we can see the presence of large numbers of craters or even remnants of the chimney of an extinct volcano.

    The name Columbretes was chosen by the Romans due to the number of snakes that lived there. Later they disappeared due to a fire caused to end them.


    Come on an excursion to the Columbretes and visit the marine reserve of the Columbretes Islands.
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