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  • ⭐Is it expensive to sail in summer on the Catalan Coast?

    If you go in the middle of July or August, it will be more expensive , since the Catalan Coast is, together with the Balearic Islands, the most valued coasts of the Spanish Mediterranean. Therefore, if your budget is more limited, we advise you to move away from the high season towards months like September or May.
  • ⚡ Where to spend the summer on the Catalan Coast?

    The Catalan Coast is divided into 4 coastal areas where you can spend the summer, walk, sail...

    1. Costa Brava: the most popular. You can find inspiring coastal towns such as Cadaqués, Palamós, Roses, Barcelona and Badalona.
    2. Garraf Coast: where we can see towns such as Vilanova i la Geltrú or the famous Sitges.
    3. Costa Dorada: Cambrils, Tarragona or Torredembarara are some of the places to visit.
    4. Costa del Maresme: with municipalities such as El Masnou, Mataró, Montgat...
  • ✅ What plans to do on the Costa Brava?

    Among the essential plans to do on the Costa Brava , we opted for:

    • Stroll through the beautiful Cadaqués
    • Navigate the most hidden coves of Calella
    • Try the "suquet de peix" with fresh fish and seafood from the area
    • Fishing bonito in the Formigues Islands
    • Have an aperitif on board a sailboat in Palamós
  • ⌚How many days do I need to visit the Costa Brava by boat?

    If you want to visit the most emblematic towns of the Costa Brava by boat, we recommend at least 5 days. It will allow you a calm navigation, stopping to anchor from time to time and stroll at night knowing the coastal towns.
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  • Sailing along the Catalan Coast

    If you want to experience the essence of the Mediterranean, the Catalan Coast is for you. Surrounded by a coastline of more than 200 kilometers of coastline and a pleasant climate 365 days a year, the Catalan Coast offers a thousand plans to sail enjoying an eternal summer.
  • Why sail along the Catalan Coast?

    There are endless reasons to visit the Costa Brava: its rich gastronomy, its rugged landscapes, its historical heritage, its vast artistic and cultural heritage... However, there is a more authentic way of getting to know this region and that is sailing. What is so special about sailing along the Catalan Coast on your holidays ?

    • Get away from the tourist massification. The magnificent location near the border makes both Spaniards and tourists from all over the world want to spend the summer in the warm waters of the Catalan Mediterranean. The problem is that the best beaches and the small coves are so crowded that sometimes it is not possible to find a place. Choosing a boat vacation allows you to have complete availability to enjoy the coast, without timetables, capacity restrictions or dependency on car parks. It's over getting up early to put up the umbrella!



    • Contemplate exclusive panoramic views. What better vantage point than the panoramic views offered by the ship? Being able to enjoy the sunset at Cap de Creus with its imposing sheer cliffs or from the busy beach of Cadaqués from another perspective...is a magical experience. Choose the views from which to wake up every day!



    • Surround yourself with living and inspiring nature. Characterized by its wild coasts, the Costa Brava hides small beaches, secret caves and coves surrounded by cliffs protected from the wind and waves, difficult to access by car but perfect for anchoring. It is not surprising that the impressive views of the Mediterranean and its rugged landscapes were a source of inspiration for artists such as Picasso or Dalí.
  • How much does it cost to navigate the Catalan Coast?

    The price of renting a boat along the Catalan Coast may differ depending on various factors such as the season, the type of boat and its age, the contracted services or their duration.

    At Sailwiz , you can find all kinds of activities, from sunsets on a sailboat for €30 per person , appetizers on board for groups for €50 per person , through one-day fishing trips for €150-450 for the whole boat until higher ticket experiences like one day charters in Barcelona where you can spend between €1300-2500 for the whole boat between 12 people.

    The advantage of a boat rental in Barcelona or in any area of the Catalan coast, is that although the experience is generally more expensive, you can share the costs of mooring, meals, gasoline or hiring the skipper among the crew, so that can be very affordable and you will have more freedom to establish the route you want to follow.
  • The 5 best coves for sailing on the Costa Brava

    The Catalan Coast allows you to enjoy impressive places surrounded by a movie setting. For this reason, if you decide on a boat holiday on the Costa Brava and you want to discover less-traveled corners of the coast, such as the Bay of Cadaqués or the imposing Cap de Creus, but equally extraordinary. This is our selection of the best coves for sailing on the Costa Brava:

    1. Cala Pola (Tossa de Mar). Surrounded by cork oak forests and exuberant mountain vegetation, this small cove with turquoise waters will leave you speechless.

    2. Senyor Ramon Cove (Santa Cristina d'Aro). Also known as "la Corcollada", this virgin cove is of incomparable natural beauty. Near it you can also anchor in its neighbors Cala Lledó and Cala Murtra. Free choice!

    3. Aiguablava cove (Begur). This picturesque bay with shallow transparent waters and golden sand will allow you to contemplate its beautiful seabed. Although it is busier as it is larger, it has a port and a beach famous for its seafood restaurants where you can try the typical fish of the area. Take advantage!

    4. Cala Pelosa (Roses). Less known by ordinary tourists, but it is one of the most popular enclaves among local sailors, as it is protected from the wind and can be moored without problems while enjoying a scandalous seabed.

    5. Cala Rostella (Roses). If what you are looking for is a secluded place where you can be practically alone, with no services or restaurants nearby, this small cove will be perfect for enjoying the peace that comes from being inside a natural park. A tip: take your snorkel goggles because you will find fish of all kinds.
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