The vast expanse of the Andalusian Mediterranean coast means that the best way to get to know it is by sailing. Disconnecting from the hustle and bustle of the city, having the opportunity to focus solely on the immensity of the sea that surrounds you, the people with whom you share the journey and breathing fresh air, will make your boat vacation one of the most special of your life.
If you are encouraged to travel the Andalusian Mediterranean coast in a boat, but do not know where to start, at Sailwiz we suggest some of the most recommended places to practice nautical tourism:
On the Costa del Sol
, the one preferred by vacationers. There is no better plan than a day trip to find a quiet place to anchor and take the opportunity to swim without people around, sunbathe, swim or practice some sport on the Costa Dorada. What places are a must-see for sailing on the Costa del Sol?
- Nerja. Considered one of the most beautiful coastal towns in Andalusia. Its rocky landscapes and cliffs will make you fall in love. You cannot go without stopping and anchor in the natural setting of Maro beach, where the almost virgin beaches will allow you to snorkel between grottos and caves of impressive biodiversity.
- Marbella. Although it is associated with luxury tourism, opting for a shared boat trip with friends enjoying music and cold beers or experiencing the sunset on the horizon from the sea, is an option that can be very affordable and very worthwhile. the sorrow.
On the Costa Tropical,
the Calahonda beach in Granada stands out, for being one of the most famous due to its spectacular scenery and crystal clear waters. This beach is especially ideal to go by boat because due to its natural beauty it receives many visits from first thing in the morning, but with the boat you will not have that problem. In addition, the beach is protected between the hills and steep cliffs softening the waves, making it a perfect refuge to drop anchor and relax.
Finally, if there is a place that we want to recommend on the Costa de Almería,
especially to go with children, it is Cala Cerrada or better known as Cala de los Cocedores. Thanks to its gentle waves, tranquility is assured and that is why it is almost considered a natural pool. Total disconnection!