Spain - yacht charter, tourist guide, descriptions, routes, photos
The Spanish territory occupies the major part of the peninsula, the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea, the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean and two small enclaves on the Moroccan coast of Africa. The Strait of Gibraltar separates the most southern point of the country with Morocco. The tip of the peninsula resembles the beginning of a bridge connecting two continents: Europe and Africa. Most tourists still prefer going to the sunny seacoast, but the number of those attracted to rich cultural and historical heritage, as well as amazing Spanish landscapes, are constantly growing. Everyone who got to know this country better admits, however, that the Spanish people’s ability to live life to the full and take advantages of its beauties is the most wonderful thing observed in whole Spain.
The Spanish people’s mentality is well reflected in the special character of many fiestas held in their country. Taking part in such events gives a chance not only to have fun, but also to discover the lifestyle of local people. It should be observed, however, that in the recent years this spectacular Spanish folklore has become one of the most important reasons why tourists visit Spain.
Eroticised flamenco dance, bull fights, and a dazzlingly clear sea make Spain an ideal place for sailing all year long.
A perfectly prepared yacht and catamaran fleet and state-of-the-art service stations in marinas will surely make the time spent under the sails more fun.