The best time to visit Spain is between spring and autumn when the temperatures are warm and pleasant right up to October.If you want to avoid peak season, you’ll find the flights are cheaper early and late in the season, with great fleet availability too. For advice on sailing April to June, read our blog Springtime in the Mediterranean.
Sail the Balearic Islands for sheer variety, including the famous nightlife, hippy markets and vivid sunsets of the white isle, Ibiza. Order a cocktail from the iconic Cafe del Mar, soak up the party atmosphere in San Antonio or get away from it all and sail to magical Es Vedrà.
A yacht charter in Mallorca will offer attractive ports, more than 250 beaches, delicate caves, Cabrera Island Nature Reserve and thrilling sailing. Port Adriano is a sailor’s dream with a modern marina, sandy beach, stylish restaurants and a social hub for all things sailing in summer. For more information, read our blog Enjoy a friendly Balearic experience sailing Mallorca.
If you want to more secluded experience, head to quieter, yet stylish Menorca where the intense blue green seas contrast sharply against the light pink rocky coastline with fantastic beaches. This island has an authentic, Catalan feel and you’ll enjoy Cala Pregonda for swimming, Cala Cavalleria and Cala Macarelleta.
Plan a yacht charter off the Spanish wild and rugged coast and sail the Costa Brava. There’s so much to see, including the nature reserve of Cap de Creus, swim at Cala Montgo at L’Escala, stroll Tossa de Mar’s medieval town, relax on S’Agaro’s Cala Sa Conca beach, snorkel Begur’s beautiful coves and marvel at the Salvador Dali’s house museum in Cadaqués. You can make Barcelona your final stop, where you can visit Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia Basilica, Casa Batlló, Casa Milà and Park Güell. Taste the food in La Boqueria or walk the beachfront boardwalk and Gothic Quarter, where you’ll find boutiques.