Mediterranean Marvels: A Yacht Odyssey from Valencia's Shores

From Valencia's futuristic skyline to tranquil coastal towns, embark on a yacht journey that celebrates Spain's maritime heritage.

Mediterranean Marvels: A Yacht Odyssey from Valencia's Shores

Valencia, Spain's third-largest city, is a symphony of historic charm, avant-garde architecture, and sun-kissed beaches. Nestled on the eastern coast, Valencia boasts the futuristic City of Arts and Sciences, the bustling Central Market, and the serenity of the Turia Gardens. As a gateway to the Mediterranean, Valencia's marina and port have witnessed centuries of maritime tales, making it an ideal starting point for a yacht charter expedition.

Embarking from Valencia, the Mediterranean Sea reveals a mosaic of coastal towns, secluded coves, and gastronomic delights. The nearby towns of Gandia, Dénia, and Altea, each with its unique allure, invite sailors to anchor and explore. This 7-day journey promises a blend of cultural immersion, natural beauty, and the timeless charm of the Valencian coast.

Day 1: Valencia to Gandia (40 miles)

Begin your voyage by sailing to Gandia, renowned for its golden beaches and historic Ducal Palace. Anchor and stroll through the town's medieval streets, and for dinner, indulge in "Arroz a banda," a traditional Valencian rice dish, at a local eatery.

Day 2: Gandia to Dénia (20 miles)

Set sail for Dénia, a coastal town with a rich history and a UNESCO-listed gastronomy. Moor and explore the town's castle, marina, and vibrant markets. Relish "Fideuà de Gandia," a noodle-based paella, at a seafront restaurant.

Day 3: Dénia to Calpe (15 miles)

Continue to Calpe, known for its iconic Ifach rock and ancient Roman ruins. Drop anchor and hike to the Natural Park of Penyal d'Ifac for panoramic views. For dinner, savor "Esgarraet," a traditional Valencian salad of red peppers and cod.

Day 4: Calpe to Altea (10 miles)

Sail to Altea, a picturesque town with whitewashed buildings and a blue-domed church. Moor and wander through its cobblestone streets, art galleries, and artisan shops. Enjoy "Horchata," a Valencian tiger nut drink, at a local café.

Day 5: Altea to Moraira (15 miles)

Head to Moraira, a quaint coastal town with sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters. Anchor and explore the town's historic castle and vibrant fish market. Relish "All i pebre," a traditional eel stew, at a beachside tavern.

Day 6: Moraira to Jávea (10 miles)

Set course for Jávea, a town known for its rugged coastline and historic old town. Drop anchor and visit the Gothic-style Church of San Bartolomé. For dinner, savor "Turrón," a traditional almond nougat, at a local eatery.

Day 7: Jávea back to Valencia (50 miles)

Conclude your journey by returning to Valencia. As you approach, admire the city's skyline, blending historic landmarks with modern architecture. Once ashore, explore Valencia's City of Arts and Sciences and for your final meal, indulge in a classic "Paella Valenciana" as a delightful end to your journey.

Embarking on a yacht charter from Valencia offers a unique perspective on Spain's Mediterranean wonders. With, every nautical mile is a story waiting to be told. From the historic allure of Dénia to the artistic vibes of Altea, our itinerary promises a voyage of discovery. Chart your course with us and let Valencia's maritime legacy guide your way.


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