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Visiting Valencia is always a great option when it comes to spending a good vacation: gastronomy, leisure, culture... Besides the wonderful climate with mild temperatures it offers. In fact, Valencia has an average annual temperature of 17 degrees Celsuis and 90% of the day around the year are sunny- what more could you ask for when thinking about sailing?
Both the Valencian Community and the city of Valencia, in particular, have a lot to offer their visitors. If we refer to the city of Valencia in particular, you can discover the artistic heritage of its historic center, the Cathedral, the Lonja de la Seda, the Central Market, the Church of San Nicolás,... and, of course, go to the City of Arts and Sciences! How about tasting an authentic Valencian paella at the Albufera? Our mouths are already watering!
As for its beaches, its 25 kilometers of coastline are home to a large number of beaches that have received Blue Flag status thanks to the services they offer, their cleanliness, accessibility... The best known is Malvarrosa, located north of the port city of Valencia. Over 1800 meters long, and bordered by a promenade where you can taste the best typical dishes of the region.
The Cabañal beach, also called Las Arenas, is a great option for family vacations: 1200 meters long and calm waters are the biggest attractions. On the other hand, the Pinedo beach, next to the mouth of the Túria river, is 2700 meters long and has fine sand. South of this, and near the Albufera Natural Park, you will find the beach of L'Arbre del Gos, not so well known by tourists. This gives it a lower occupancy level and therefore greater tranquility to better enjoy your days off.
In the heart of the Albufera Natural Park, you will find El Saler beach, 5 kilometers long and surrounded by dunes that protect it from the wind. And how about getting to know the wildest beach in Valencia? It's La Devesa, with fine, golden sand, surrounded by a unique and untouched natural environment.
As for its festivities, you can't miss Las Fallas, a typical festival of the city that takes place annually during the third week of March (the closing festival is on the 19th, St. Joseph's Day). In addition, the San Juan night is another highlight of the city, celebrated on the seaside beaches. Are you going to miss them? Can you imagine enjoying all this aboard your own boat?
Are you already looking forward to more? Just choose your favorite boat, whether a catamaran or a sailboat, or even a motorboat, our offer is huge! If you don't have a boat license- don't worry, use the filter "With Captain" in your searches and let yourself be guided towards an unforgettable and unique vacation.
Below you will find some of the most important marinas in Valencia:
At Click&Boat we offer you a large fleet located throughout the Valencia and its coast. If you want to rent a boat in Valencia, do not hesitate to select the one that best suits your needs and your sailing plan, and contact the owner directly to book it.
Want to go a little further? Gandía, Cullera, Sagunto... Even Alicante! The possibilities are endless. Enjoy an excursion aboard a boat for a day or a weekend, or even, if you have more time, how about a magical crossing to the Balearic Islands? From Valencia to Mallorca, Menorca or Ibiza on a dream boat. Have you already decided to spend a few days on board with Click&Boat? Climb aboard, let's go sailing!
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Located on the banks of the River Curia, and a few kilometers from the Albufera, which bears the same name, Valencia is the third most populous city in Spain, behind Madrid and Barcelona. Thanks to its amazing gastronomic offer, as well as its monuments, museums, and - of course - its beaches, this capital becomes every year the destination of many tourists looking for sun and beach vacations.
And what better way to explore the Valencian Coast than aboard a boat? Enjoy the endless beaches, discover the hidden coves, and sail comfortably. You choose whether you prefer to do it on a catamaran or on a motorboat, our fleet will adapt to your needs.
The cost of renting a boat in Valencia depends on many factors, such as the age of the boat, the duration of the rental, as well as the tourist season (high/low), among others. Generally, it is possible to find affordable starting prices:
Also, don't forget to include in your budget the expenses for extras, fuel, or even the services of a captain if necessary.
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