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Zeilroutes langs de Costa Brava en de Balearen 

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Route in Northern direction - Costa Brava and Côte Vermeille. 
Route in Southern direction - Costa Brava to Barcelona. 
Route crossing – Mainland to Menorca. 
Mallorca , One way One week 
Route 2 countries Spain and France - Sailing the Gulf of Lion 

Route in Northern direction - Costa Brava and Côte Vermeille.


One week to 10 days. 
Departure port: Palamós 
Arrival Port : Palamós 

This is an excellent itinerary to appreciate one of the most charming areas of the Mediterranean coast. Costa Brava is a hilly coast scattered towards the sea leaving behind a string of small coves and beaches, which are ideal to drop anchor. Besides, there are several modern marinas located along this area, each within a distance of between 5 and 15 miles. These harbours provide the opportunity of spending the night every day at a different one without worrying about dropping anchor at night or having to find a mooring spot. This itinerary is thought to offer peaceful enjoyment of both, the Costa Brava and the Costa Vermella landscapes, their people and their gastronomy.
 

Day

Destination to

Nautical miles

1

Port de l'Estartit (Costa Brava)

14

2

Cadaqués cove, anchor ( Creus Cape area)

24

3

Port de la Selva (Creus Cape area)

18

4

Port de Argelès-sur-Mer (Côte Vermeille)

20

5

Port de Portbou ( Creus Cape area)

14

6

Cala de Montjoi (Creus Cape area)

23

7

Port de Palamós (Costa Brava)

35

 

 

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Route in Southern direction - Costa Brava to Barcelona.


One week. 
Departure port: Palamós 
Arrival Port : Palamós, or one-way unboarding in Barcelona

This itinerary leads us to the Costa Brava 's southern seaboard, with its peculiar geography, full of coves and beaches, which are ideal for dropping anchor, eventually taking us to Barcelona . There, it is inevitable to visit the city, its social life, its history and its monuments from different historical periods, paying special attention to Gaudi's architectural masterpieces, which will definitely amaze us.
 

Day

Destination to

Nautical miles

1

Port de St. Feliu (Costa Brava)

6

2

Port de Blanes ( Southern Costa Brava )

14

3

Port de Barcelona ( Barcelona )

35

4

Port de Sitges (Costa Daurada)

22

5

Port Forum 2004 ( Barcelona )

25

6

Port Arenys de Mar (Maresme)

20

7

Palamós ( Costa Brava )

21

 

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Route crossing – Mainland to Menorca.


One week. 
Departure port: Palamós 
Arrival Port : Palamós, or one-way unboarding in Maó
Menorca is the best preserved island of the Balearic archipelago. Its steep cliffs ending up in coves and beaches which are magnificently located away from the dominant winds, makes it a perfect destination for nautical tourism. The Menorca tour, with departure and arrival in Palamós offers the unforgettable experience of the deep-sea cruising together with the quiet sailing along Menorca 's coast, which is far less crowded than Mallorca or Eivissa.

 

Day

Destination to

Nautical miles

1

Cruise to Menorca

-

2

Port de Ciutadella ( Menorca )

125

3

Cala Sta. Galdana

15

4

Port de Maó

24

5

Port de Fornells

25

6

Port de Ciutadella

28

7

Port de Palamós

125


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Mallorca, One way


Departure port: Palamós 
Arrival port: Palma de Mallorca

If we only have one week to enjoy coastal sailing as well as deep-sea cruising, the best option is an itinerary that starts in Palamós and ends in Palma de Mallorca. The first day offers 20 hours of non-stop sailing, with the possibility of observing cetaceans and dolphins. We will spend the rest of the days sailing along the gorgeous southeastern coast of Mallorca and we will finish our trip in the fantastic Palma Bay.
 

Day

Destination to

Nautical miles

1

Port de Polleça ( Mallorca east)

120

2

Port de Cala Ratjada (Mallorca east)

25

3

Porto Petro ( Mallorca south)

26

4

Cabrera ( Mallorca south)

18

5

Port de la Ràpita (Mallorca south)

14

6

Cala Sta. Ponça ( Mallorca east)

28

7

Palma ( Mallorca east)

15


Route 2 countries Spain and France - Sailing the Gulf of Lion 
One week to 10 days 
Departure port: Palamós 
Arrival port: St. Tropez (One Way) or Palamós

Has anybody ever heard of the Gulf of Lion? Well, sailing it is an undeniable pleasure for those who like to sail, as long as the Mestral is not blowing, of course. In clear days, we will find peace by standing far into the sea, looking at the horizon with the Pyrenees in the background of an amazing scenery. During the spring, the Gulf is a crossing area for cetaceans that are trying to reach the Liguria sea, which we will also definitely enjoy. The subsequent visit and sailing along the Costa de Provença, the little paradise of the Hyères isles and the Costa Blava will represent the culmination of a few days of resting and experiencing the sensations that will remain in our memories for ever.
 

Day

Destination to

Nautical miles

1

Boarding and sailing day to Marseille (France)

-

2

Sailing day to Marseille and Marseille

135

3

Port de Sanary-sur-Mer, Ile des Embiez

30

4

Port de l'île de Porquerolles

25

5

Île de Port-Cros

15

6

Port de Bormes-les-Mimosas

10

7

Port de St. Tropez

30

8

Sailing day to Palamos

-

9

Sailing day to Palamos

190

 

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