Crystal-clear sea, exclusive beaches and relax
Let BeBlue crew advise you to the choose the best boat for you to navigate along the 5.000 Kilometres of Spanish coastline, following your desires: have fun through the Balearic Islands in Formentera or Palma de Maiorca or in the Vulcanic Canarias between Fuerteventura and Lanzarote. From Cadiz, you could set sail in the Atlantic Ocean till reaching Gibilterra and the Pillars of Hercules which divide the Ocean from the Mare Nostrum, or sailing from Malaga venture to the Costa del Sol and the Alboran sea. Proceeding towards east, we will find the best boat suitable to your discover of each bay and hamlet in the Costa Blanca and the Costa del Sol towards Valencia and Barcelona! With BeBlue you will have a unique opportunity to visit every single corner of the Iberic Peninsula, far from stress and chaos!
Spain is one of the lands that will let you fall in love at first sight: you will be amazed by the landscape, the majestic mountains and marvellous beaches. The Iberic is a wealth of artistic and cultural treasures, where you will find a mixture of Roman, Arabic, medieval Spanish and modern art. The islands could suite different desires, from the funny nightlife to the relax in the uncontaminated nature. The main archipelagos are two: the Balearic in the Mediterranean Sea with eleven islands and the Canaries islands with seven islands. This archipelago is characterised by Vulcanic islands, known for the mild weather during the year, moony breath-tacking landscapes and dreamy beaches, while the Balearic are well-known for the movida and the heavenly beaches..
Spain, crossroad of history
Spain praises an important natural heritage, united with the cultural one made by museum, churches and historical cathedrals. During the past, it was the motherland of well-known writers and artists. In the Hispanic culture we find the real essence, made of crossing between different cultures that populated this land during the centuries. The Romans and the Arabic were the most influent dominions, about the Spanish culture.
Spain is the region that preserves also now all the ancient traditions, always surrounded by mystery and magic.
In some of the little Spanish villages, in particular along the coastline or in the hinterland around the countryside, time seems to be stop in an ancient epoque: life pass slowly, inhabitants still wear the traditional costumes, agriculture, fishing and livestock farming are the main sustenance for the population because economy is not so developed. Spain depicts an ideal destination also for the ones who want to spend some time far from the chaotic everyday life and the traditions preserved by the local population. For the ones who want to spend the true Spanish spirit, it is suggested to take part of one of the religious events that are organised along the peninsula: Carnival, Easter and folkloristic processions.
The Balearic archipelago depicts a large variety of historical traditions and different geographical shapes, with one of the most famous pearls set in the Mediterranean Sea. In this famous archipelago there are some real earthly heavens where to spend your holiday: the hundred shades of the crystal-clear and turquoise water, white sand beaches very close to the Caribbean one, uncontaminated natural heritages that will guarantee you a real immersion in the luxuriant vegetation of these islands.
The Balearic are a mixture of travel destinations ready to suite your needs: peaceful bays, little coastal harbours inhabited only by fishermen, desert beaches, promontories where to venture if you are a trekking lover, heavenly sea bottoms where to practise an unforgettable snorkelling.
Ibiza, also called the ‘city that never sleeps’ because during the day you will find crowded beaches, in the late afternoon aperitifs in front of the sea and during the night in the most popular clubs of the island. The true soul of Ibiza consists in fun and amusement, also if here you will always find some earthly paradises:
- Platja d'en Bossa, the longest beach of the island, where you will find the most famous clubs.
- Natural Reservation in the Es Vedrà Island, a rocky heaven for silence and sunsets lovers.
- Cala Comte and Cala Salada, the two most famous bays in the island: the first one is very crowded, it will amaze you for the white sand and the turquoise water, the second one is surrounded by luxuriant vegetation, creating a contrast between the white sand, the crystal-clear water and the hundred shades of green vegetation.
- A walk crossing Eivissa, the old town of Ibiza and the harbour.
Formentera is the peaceful island, where to immerse yourself in a Caribbean landscape of white beaches and crystal-clear water; it was declared Natural Reservation.
- Illetes, also known as the most Caribbean beach in Spain, in characterised by transparent sea and white sand, surrounded by different islets.
- San Francesc Xavier de Formentera: white houses, church and artisans’ market, it is the most famous centre of Formentera.
- Natural Reservation of Espalmador, a protected and desert islet, where you will enjoy for sure the peace of these breath-taking landscapes.
- Far de la Mola and Cap de Barbaria and Calo des Mort, the death’s bay: unforgettable views over the sea.
- Punta Pedrera and Punta Rasa, rocky bays from where you will admire the marvellous sunsets or enjoy some tranquillity.
Mallorca in the last dozen years has been by tourists, more towards Palma de Mallorca, main amusement centre in the island, but also full of some of the most important historical monuments. Full of natural parks, beaches immersed in the nature, little hamlets faced to the little rocky bays:
- Caló des Moro, jealously protected by the local inhabitants, is a heavenly little beach, where to immerse yourself in the turquoise water surrounded by rocks over the sea.
- Cala Figuera, also this one is safeguarded by the rocks coming out from the sea, is a marvellous beach characterised by sand sea bottom and little pebbles.
- Es Trenc, ‘the Carbbean in Mallorca’, a landscape where to immerse yourself in an unforgettable swim crossing the crystal-clear water and some relax on the white sand’s foreshore.
- Cala Llombards, surrounded by steep cliffs, is also a Caribbean beach, where sometimes it is possible to see the pink sand.
- Cala Torta: breath-taking landscape, white beaches, surrounded by mountains.
Between the islands that compose the Balearic archipelago, Minorca is the most safeguarded from tourism, always keeping it like an earthly paradise. Apart from the classical white sand beaches, you could find also some the particular black sand beaches, immersed in the nature and surrounded by turquoise water. A walk through Ciutadela, being amazed by the different architectural styles of the buildings, an escape to the tranquillity of the legendary natural harbour of Mahon or a romantic dinner with lobster soup in the fishermen’s village of Fornells.
- Cala Macarelleta, a shell-shaped island, main attraction for numerous tourists for the beauty of the sea and for the wild nature.
- Naveta d'Es Tudons, the most ancient well-kept building in Europe, was also a funerary monument, while the Mola Fortress is a reachable fortress.
- Cala en Turqueta and Cala Pregonda are two bays where to find some peace, between luxuriant vegetation and crystal-clear water.
- Cala Escorxada, a beach far from tourism also because it isn’t so easy reachable, is a heavenly oasis where to immerse yourself in relax alone.
A true and unique earthly heaven, 7 islands completely far from chaos that characterised more the Balearic Islands, the Canaries Archipelago is the perfect synthesis of a place where everyone could spend their holiday: Natural Reservation where to venture, golden beaches where to relax and crystal-clear sea where to practise snorkelling. Despite the fact that some areas became famous during the last years for example Fuerteventura, the major part is always characterised by desert or half desert heavens, ready to be your relax oasis.
Lanzarote, the most uncontaminated island, where the turquoise sea crashes against the Vulcanic coastline. A true heaven for nature lovers, because here we could find all the unpolluted and wild landscapes of Spain: vulcanos, mountains, sandy bays and jagged rocky coasts.
- La Geria, a marvellous landscape that for sure will amaze you for the dark colours against the green farms all around a big expanse.
- Cueva de los Verdes, a vulcanic subterranean tunnel where to venture yourself in this breath-tacking landscape.
- Cactus Garden in Lanzarote, place where art and nature meet and create a suggestive place; the best view will be from the mill over the promontory.
Fuerteventura, the closest island to the African coastline, will amaze you for the contrasting colours during your stay here: golden and desertic beach, turquoise water, ample arid areas with luxuriant vegetation only in some little spots, mountains and Natural Reservations.
- Lobos Island, in the past the heaven for the seal monks and characterised by a Vulcanic landscape, is the ideal destination for snorkelling.
- Parque Natural de Corralejo, a Natural Reservation where to venture between the white sand dunes.
- Playa de Jandía and Playa de Sotavento de Jandía, the two heavenly and uncontaminated beaches in Fuerteventura.
- El Cotillo, a little fishermen hamlet, quite place where to relax, and the country destination of Betancuria, famous for the white church.
Gran Canaria, a coastal colourful village, is the ideal destination for your holiday all over the year, thanks to the climate and geographical diversity, but also for the coastline in the hinterland.
- Maspalomas dunes, a desertic Spanish oasis, guarantees an unique walk towards the sea.
- Roque Nublo, in particular for the trekking lovers, is a route that cross the island and get in touch with the wild nature.
- Las Palmas, one of the quarters of the island, full of historical squares, churches, colourful houses and tight streets.
Tenerife is the most touristic island of the archipelago and offers the opportunity to live an unforgettable holiday between natural heritage and historical-cultural heritage.
- Teide Vulcan, the third biggest volcano in the world, offers you excursion routes all around, while Los Gigantes is a rocky mass faced in the sea.
- Porto de la Cruz, a dive into the past, walking through the colourful buildings.
- Las Teresitas beach and De La Arena, the most famous beaches of the island, the first one is set in the mountain’s slope.
- Garachico, a typic village in Tenerife, with white or colourful houses, crossed by streets.
Gomera, a wild and desert island, ideal place for the ones who are in search for peace and want to spend their holiday in complete peace.