On the Costa Brava, we start from the largest marina: Marina of Empuriabrava - the optimal starting point for a sailing trip on the Costa Brava, since from the airport Girona it is reachable in about an hour. Practical and good - this is how the marina can be described - the Spanish flair is not found here. But do not worry - it's gonna come...
Cadaques - Port de la Selva
First stage: Cadaques - Port de la Selva. You sail to a former fishing village, which was especially known by the artist Salvador Dalí. In a café on the promenade you can enjoy the view of the beautiful bay. After approximately ten nautical miles, you reach the fishing village and marina of Port de la Selva. Shortly before the French border, we sail towards Portbou. Small bars and Mediterranean restaurants invite you to linger and the sandy beach to a relaxing afternoon.
Next stage: the famous Cala Culip. Unique viewpoints, beautiful hiking trails and crystal clear water await you here. A bay of 250 meters in length, consisting of coarse-grained sand and pebbles: Cala Montjoi.
Cala Montgó - L'Estartit
After about 15 minutes, we sail to Cala Montgó - L'Estartit. On the way there, you will pass by bays, which are beautiful. Enjoy the crystal clear water. The marina L'Estartit is an alternative to the bays. Restaurants, bars, shops, beaches - in the resort, you can find everything you need.
The first of both stages is now the twin bay Calas Aiguafreda and Sa Tuna on the plan. Those who find a place in the popular Cala Sa Tuna should anchor here: pubs and great restaurants are in direct proximity to the beach. The second stage is the fishing village of Llafranc, with its winding streets.
At the same time, the last sailing boat is our starting point: Empuriabrava. On the way, we recommend visiting the Medas Islands. This island group is very well known among divers because of its fantastic underwater world.