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Nautical facilities

Marinas and leisure ports in Region of Valencia

Comunitat Valenciana

In Region of Valencia, 30 municipalities have a total of more than 22,000 moorings at sailing facilities of various types, which makes them an ideal base for sailing excursions in the Mediterranean, as well as for winter storage and refit & repair of boats. Did you know that we are the closest point to sail between the Balearic Islands and the mainland? And the closest to Madrid?

The province of Castellón, with its 120km of coastline and a marine reserve (Columbretes Islands), it’s perhaps the least-known territory in the Region of Valencia. It, therefore, offers enclaves of untouched beauty, combining sandy and rocky beaches on practically deserted places. From north to south, the sailing options on offer in Castellón are spread over seven municipalities: click for more information about the sailing facilities in Castellón):

Vinaròs: Club Náutico Vinaròs

Benicarló: Marina Benicarló

Peñíscola: Puerto Deportivo de Peñíscola

- Alcalà de Xivert: Puerto Deportivo Las Fuentes

Oropesa del Mar: Club Náutico Oropesa del Mar

Castellón: Marina Port Castelló, Real Club Náutico de Castellón

Burriana: Club Náutico Burriana, Marina Burriananova

 

The area of Valencia is notable for its excellent sandy beaches with few slopes and a perfect water temperature, ideal for families, for lovers of navigation and sailing, as well as those looking to combine urban and gastronomic tourism with activities in the sea. Eight municipalities offer sailing options (from north to south):

Canet d'en Berenguer: Club Náutico Canet d'en Berenguer

- La Pobla de Farnals: Puerto Deportivo Pobla Marina

Alboraya: Club Náutico Port Saplaya

València: Marina de València, Valencia Mar, Real Club Náutico de Valencia

Sueca: Club Náutico El Perelló

Cullera: Club Náutico Cullera

Gandía: Real Club Náutico de Gandía

Oliva: Club Náutico de Oliva

 

The province of Alicante, better known as the Costa Blanca, offers an astonishing coastal landscape, with sandy and rocky beaches and welcoming and incredibly clear waters. Fifteen municipalities offer an extensive and varied range of nautical facilities with 10,000 moorings. In addition to its two marine reserves (Isla de Tabarca and Cabo San Antonio), the Alicante coasts offer the incentive of being the closest point between the mainland and the Balearic Islands (from Dénia it’s only 45 Nautical Miles to Ibiza). The Costa Blanca hosts sailing competitions all the year round, the most notable being the start of the Volvo Ocean Race every three years at Alicante. From north to south (click for more information about the sailing facilities on the Costa Blanca):

- Dénia: Marina de Dénia, Marina el Portet, Real Club Náutico de Dénia, Port Denia

- Xàbia: Club Náutico de Jávea, Marina Nou Fontana

- Moraira: Club Náutico Moraira

- Benissa: Club Náutico Les Bassetes

- Calpe: Real Club Náutico de Calpe, Puerto Deportivo Puerto Blanco

- Altea: Puerto Deportivo Campomanes/Marina Greenwich, Puerto deportivo de Altea (Club Náutico), Puerto Deportivo Porto Senso

- Benidorm: Puerto deportivo de Benidorm (Club Náutico)

- La Vila Joiosa: Puerto deportivo Villajoyosa (Club Náutico)

- El Campello: Puerto deporitvo El Campello

- Alicante: Puerto deportivo Alicante Costa Blanca, Marina Deportiva Alicante y Varadero STA

- Alicante (Isla de Tabarca): Puerto de Tabarca 

- Santa Pola: Puerto deportivo de Santa Pola (Club Náutico)Marina Miramar

- Guardamar del Segura: Marina de las Dunas

- Torrevieja: Marina Salinas de Torrevieja, Puerto deportivo Real Club Náutico de TorreviejaClub Náutico Marina Internacional

- Pilar de la Horadada: Puerto deportivo Torre Horadada

- Orihuela: Marina Cabo Roig, Dehesa de Campo Amor 

 

More information:

Asociación Clubes Náuticos Comunitat Valenciana

Agrupación de Puertos Deportivos y Turísticos de la Comunitat Valenciana