Best Sailing Spots on the Costa Blanca
With 200 Kilometers of Coastline, There is Plenty To Explore!
Looking for a short break or holiday with a group of friends or family? How about sailing the azure and diverse Mediterranean coastline of Costa Blanca?
Charter a yacht or power a boat for a day or weekend at sea from any of the many marinas along the coast. Head to a new destination each day or simply find a lovely spot to drop anchor for swimming, exploring coves or simply enjoy the views of the rugged cliffs and golden beaches of the big blue Mediterranean.
Check out our recommended areas to explore the Costa Blanca coastline by boat, in no particular order!
The metropolis of Alicante city is a main air and sea hub, as well as being the region’s first economic center. Enjoy the ride of sailing along the tranquil bay of Alicante and Cabo de las Huertas. If you decide to moor one night in its impressive marina, be sure to visit the old town. A true historical and architectonical gem with amazing food and ambience.
The small Mediterranean pearl Tabarca is a true paradise located just a few kilometers south, off the city coast of Alicante. A perfect destination where to anchor and spend some quality time snorkeling. Its waters are in fact part of a nature reserve due to their biodiversity of flora and fauna and excellent quality.
Be sure to check out all its enchanting features!
Cruise the Orihuela coastline with its coves and bays and fine golden sand. Continue to the south where you will find Cabo Roig with its cozy harbour and coastal walkway. Followed by Campoamor followed and Pilar de la Horadada. You will be amazed by the coast, the tranquil waters and different shades of blue.
Benidorm, one of the most cosmopolitan cities on Costa Blanca. This once fishermen and farmers village is today well known as the 'Manhattan of Spain' with its thriving hotels, bars and restaurants. Seen from the sea, the scenario changes. From here one can devise in all its glory the incredible coast and bays. Crystalline sea and white sand with the backdrop of the skyscrapers shimmering in the sun.
Between long stretches of beach and rocky coves you’ll find the humble Campello. Ideal if you want to stretch your legs properly on land and discover its various nature trails for some serious trekking. Check out the Canelobre Caves, great speleological interest cavities.
Bohemian town characterized by cobbled streets, white houses decorated with flowers, and numerous and beautiful beaches. This part of the Alicante coastline is spectacular with little coves, steep cliffs, beaches and clear waters. Be sure to look for the blue church dome in the old town surrounded by white houses. Drop your anchor and stay a little longer, just to witness amazing and magical sunsets.
A long stretch of 11km of coastline of great natural value, with the majestic and prominent Peñón de Ifach acting as your beacon. This impressive 330-meter limestone rock is a refuge for various species of birds and plants. Here you will be rewarded with exciting and breathtaking views of the varied and rugged coastline seen from the sea in all its glory.
Jávea's coastline is amazing and seen from the exclusive perspective of a boat even more. Discover its charming places, landscapes, caves and bays whilst relaxing on the deck of your boat. Get ready for some diving or snorkeling in the clear waters and amazing seabeds. Truly an experience to explore this unique coastline from sea.
Dénia Coast – Denia
Dénia is a very sought after port and historical town situated on between Alicante and Valencia. Its coast stretches for 30 km with abundant and diverse scenery. Make sure you cruise the coast with no hurry to observe its raw beauty with high cliffs, secluded bays and dreamy golden sand beaches. When resting your sealegs on land, do visit the castle and treat yourself to the delicious red prawn. Formidable!
Change Your Perspective by Experiencing
The Costa Blanca From Sea!