Watersports in Region of Valencia

600 km of navigable waters, 30 nautical destinations, 50 ports and marinas.
Discover a place in the Mediterranean with warm, crystalline waters, where you can fully enjoy marine reserves, natural parks, never-ending beaches, volcanic islands, hidden coves, steep cliffs, caves...pure Mediterranean landscapes with endless options.

To sail in the Region of Valencia is to be in contact with the purest essence of Mediterranean landscapes. Of its more than 600 kilometres of coastline, almost 20% are considered environmentally important. Four coastal mountain ranges, a volcanic archipelago and three marine reserves are the landscapes within reach of your bow. An extensive range of nautical services is on offer, consisting of 22,000 moorings spread throughout the Valencia region in 50 ports and 30 dedicated destinations./p>

As for water activities, whether you’re looking to relax by the sea or you prefer to pump up your adrenaline levels, the Region of Valencia’s endless beaches offer a thousand-and-one ways to enjoy yourself intensely. Here you will find the best ideas to arrange your next trip to the Region of Valencia.

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WATER SPORTS, PORTS AND MARINAS, MARITIME NATURAL AREAS AND A MYRIAD OF ACTIVITIES
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Surf Comunitat Valenciana

Surfing

Comunitat Valenciana
Activities
Vue aérienne d’une traversée à la voile dans la Région de Valencia

Sailing

Comunitat Valenciana

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OUR MOST REFRESHING SUGGESTIONS SO YOU CAN EXPERIENCE THE REGION OF VALENCIA TO THE FULLEST

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jetsurf denia

Jetsurf in Dénia

I am going to describe the experience I had with Jetsurf Denia and how right I was to give my children an extra fun experience: jetsurfing.

Marina de Dénia

The sporting spirit of the Marina de Dénia

Denia is a maritime city with a lot of marine facilities that enable people to do water sports much more easily than in other locations by the sea. 

Concha beach in Oropesa

The best idea for escaping from the daily routine at Oropesa del Mar

It sounds exciting to dive deep into the open sea out of season, listen to the silence and feel the freedom that surrounds you. And if you combine all that with some other water activities and a bike ride, well, what more could you ask for?