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Sailing trip to Javea

The coast of Jávea is well known for its spectacular coves and seabed, with crystal clear turquoise waters. You can go as every year with a car full of stuff, to a crowded beach, or you have another alternative...
How about being in front of the beach every day but without having to get up early, or look for parking. No need to queue for a beer, because you will have an electric fridge at your fingertips, full of your favorite brand, and what's more, a kitchen 2 meters away to do whatever you want. If you want to go to the water, just jump in, you will have your "private beach", without anyone bothering you. After the bath, use your own shower. You will not have to compete with anyone for 2 square meters, you will be on the beach ... without sand.
How is all this possible? By coming to Jávea with us on our sailboat! 
If you are traveling alone, or if you are a small group and you feel like a different weekend, we present you a new original plan that maybe you have not considered, a 1 weekend sailing trip. Experience the emerald coast of Javea from another point of view.

Photo Gallery in Javea


We meet the crew on a weekend during the spring or autumn. Essential: the weather forecast must be good. We will meet on Friday around 20:00h in the Marina Real Juan Carlos I, in order to introduce ourselves, talk about safety rules, behavior on board, knowledge of the boat, etc ... under the instructions of the skipper.
Once everything is stowed and the cabins are distributed, we set course to Javea, after dinner on the boat, we leave Valencia around 23:00. We will arrive at Portitxol Cove, the next day, Saturday, very early, contemplating one of the most beautiful spectacles that nature gives us: a sunrise at sea. 
We anchor and have breakfast. We can swim or snorkel in almost always turquoise waters, full of fish and posidonia. We can go ashore and enjoy the beach, taking a walk with the dinghy. If there are divers in the group and there is a sufficient quorum, we can practice scuba diving (if we have all the necessary equipment before leaving Valencia).
As the morning unfolds and with the agreement of all crew members, although with the final approval of the skipper, we can visit other coves such as Granadella and Cala Blanca, the most spectacular in the area by far, and thus begin our weekend.

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