Sailing In Malaga
Maroon your chartered sailing yacht in the main marina of Malaga and head inland to explore the city with all of its sights and landmarks. Take a stroll around the cobbled streets and admire the amazing architecture that the Spanish city offers. First of all, head to the castle of Alcazaba. Built between 1057 & 1063 this fort is one of the most important monuments from this era. Then you should head to the Malaga Cathedral. This huge imposing church has one of the most recognized architecture techniques and it is one majestic spectacle to look at. Other sights and landmarks that you must visit while in the city are, Mercade Central de Atarazanas, Plaza de toros de La Malagueta and Santa Iglesia Catedral Basilica de la Encarnacion.
Take your chartered sailboat and head to some of the numerous beaches that Malaga area offers. Just south of the town there is the beach of Calahonda. This fantastic long stretch of sand is perfect for sailors to anchor their luxury yacht and head ashore to enjoy amenities like restaurants and beach bars. If you wish to go north you will find the beach of Burriana. This bay offers visitors crystal clear waters and a fantastic landscape to look at while relaxing in the deck of your luxury-chartered sailboat. You can also see and visit many other beaches while in Malaga, and enjoy their tranquil waters.
IF you want to experience peace and tranquility in your luxury sailing holidays then Malaga offers many secluded coves and isolated bays that give you the opportunity to anchor your rented sailboat and take a dive in turquoise waters with snorkeling or scuba diving equipment so that you can explore the rich sea floor. Especially to the south of the city there are countless coves with lush green surrounding hills that provide thick shade under the bright Mediterenean sun. Don’t miss out on this perfect opportunity to sail in the amazing sea surrounding Malaga. Rent a luxury sailboat, catamaran, motorboat or gulet and take advantage of this once in a lifetime sailing opportunity.