We meet on Thursday afternoon (time to be confirmed) in the Royal Navy Juan Carlos I.
Breafing, distribution of cabins, joint preparation of the shopping list and once bought the food and drink the stowed on the boat. We will leave Valencia after having dinner on board, and arrive at the Columbretes archipelago on Friday at dawn, so we will contemplate wonderful views.
We will moor to one of the buoys, have breakfast and visit the Grossa Island, accompanied by one of the guides of the park. The visit is free.
We can devote the day to snorkel, swim, eat, nap, sunbathe, disconnect ... this is a place full of unparalleled wildlife, so you will be surprised to see quite large numbers and quantity in the first dive . To dive in Columbretes with a bottle you need authorization, so do not forget your glasses, tube and fins!
Later we will have dinner, and spend the night anchored in Columbretes in the light of the stars, that surely, you have never been able to see with the clarity that you see there, since, if the weather conditions allow it, being more than 50 km of any coast, and therefore there is no light pollution, that will allow us to see the sky blue dome with such luminosity that even sometimes the Milky Way is reflected in the sea.
On Saturday after lunch, we will sail to the port of Castellón where we will spend the night moored to the port. We can take a walk along the seafront of El Grao.
On Sunday at about 11 o'clock in the morning we will start the return to Valencia, to arrive between 17.00-18.00 to the Royal Navy Juan Carlos I.
Then you can see that sailing on this Bridge from Pilar to Columbretes on a sailboat has been a great idea and a great experience !!!