Do you dare to climb the Guadalquivir, cross the Strait of Gibraltar and the mythical Pillars of Hercules, conquer Morocco and sail to Denia? For sure yes ; )
In 10 unforgettable days of navigation you will be able to fulfill several of your sailor dreams... We will embark in Cádiz, the "Tacita de Plata", door to America, millennial city, cradle and crossroads of civilizations, where, surrounded by history, we will be able to taste its popular seafood gastronomy through the festive and monumental streets.
We will set sail at dawn towards Sanlúcar de Barrameda to head up the Guadalquivir with the change of tide and see the Doñana park at dawn. Enjoying river navigation, we will go up the Guadalquivir during the day to Seville. At dusk, anchored in Seville, perhaps we will see the fireworks of the April Fair. At dawn we will cross the lock and the drawbridge of Las Delicias to dock at the Seville yacht club and enjoy the whole day through its streets.
On Monday, we set sail to descend the Guadalquivir and navigate 150 miles to cross the Strait. We will cross it from north to south and from west to east, from Europe to Africa and from west to east, treasuring in your logbook an unforgettable seafaring experience that every good sailor should have on his resume.
If the weather and Aeolus make it easy for us, on Tuesday we will make a stop in Gibraltar to visit "The Rock", with its fortifications, caves, duty-free shops and English pubs.
On Wednesday we will reach the African coast where we will visit the city of Tetouan “la Blanca Paloma”, whose Andalusian medina is a UNESCO heritage site and the former capital of the Spanish protectorate.
On Thursday we start the journey back to Denia and, after devouring 360 nautical miles like sea lions, we will arrive on Sunday morning.
Embark on the experience on a modern and spacious 50-foot sailboat. Enroll in a school sailboat where, in addition to enjoying a unique vacation, you can put your nautical knowledge into practice or get started on an exceptional boat surrounded by seafarers.