Alicante, Spain

Rent a sailboat in Alicante, Spain in a few minutes!

Rent a sailboat in Alicante, Spain in a few minutes!


Hiring a sailboat is a fantastic way to explore the hidden beauty of Alicante. To the south of Alicante is the Costa Almeria province, and to the north, the Costa Dorada. Alicante has a population of 340.000 inhabitants and is composed of 244 kilometers of sandy beaches, caves, and cliffs that lead directly to the Mediterranean Sea. A private cruise will allow you to move away from the crowds and take in one of the most beautiful areas of Spain. You can easily find the ideal sailboat of your choice from the port of Alicante. You can directly contact the owners while looking for the ideal vessel, or simply allow a BednBlue travel expert to guide you with some suggestions. 

You have plenty of options: 

 You can book and hire a sailboat with a skipper, or without one if you own a license, and enjoy a one-day cruise to Tabarca Island. You also have the option to rent a sailboat for a two-day or three-day cruise and tour the coast of Costa Blanca. Finally, you can hire a luxury sailboat at a great price and go island-hopping to the Balearic Islands for as many days as you wish.

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Sailboats in Alicante

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Alicante marina

Alicante is a prominent city and seaport situated on the Costa Blanca coast of Spain. Before you begin sailing Alicante, you might like to visit several sights. Alicante’s Archaeological Museum is a place you can visit if you’re wondering about the city’s origins. Perhaps the most thrilling of all are the medieval displays that feature an ethereal mix of history, including Jewish, Islamic, and Christian cultures. Another wonderful landmark is the Santa Bárbara Castle, known for its curious rock formation on Mount Benacantil. Lastly, if you need a breather, you can always take the weight off at one of the many restaurants in Casco Antiguo of Alicante, a town in Altea known for its vibrant nightlife. 

 Being a seaside and port city with beautiful beaches, renting a yacht in Alicante will fill your holidays with entertainment. For a full-day tour, you can pay a visit to Tabarca Island, situated only 8 kilometers from the coast of Alicante. On the way to the island, you can make stops to snorkel or stand-up paddle in crystal-clear waters. Let us not forget that you have the option to taste the food, including the traditional Tabarca cauldron, in one of the many restaurants on the beach or the town center. The most common boat routes to this paradisiacal island are from Santa Pola, the Port of Alicante, or the seaside city of Torrevieja.

La Grenadella Alicante

 A sailing holiday in Alicante can also be spent exploring the beach resorts and coves of Costa Blanca. With about 180 kilometers of coast, you can plan the perfect weekend cruise. We can put together a package that is tailor-made for you. An example itinerary would be to head up the coast from Alicante to Villajoyosa, known for its colorful fisherman cottages and fabulous restaurants. You can spend the next day further north in Benidorm, a former fishing village that has now been transformed into a tourist hotspot. There, you will find two distinct beaches known as Levante and Poniente. North of Benidorm is the resort of Albir, consisting of a sandy beach, ideal for families with young children. For longer trips, you can make a stop at Calpe, Javea, and the old town of Denia.  

 An alternative sailboat charter and itinerary from Alicante would be to head south along the Costa Blanca coast. This way visitors will be able to stop at Torrevieja and Mil Palmeras. This is one of the most untouched resorts along the coastline, with 16km of blue-flag beaches to pick from. Not too far, you have the option to explore the astounding region of Murcia. You will also find a historic port by Cartagena. Though this is a rather lengthy voyage, you will have an exciting trip ahead of you with a skipper on board. Finally, by hiring a sailboat in Alicante you can arrange a lovely trip to the Balearic Islands: Ibiza, Formentera, or Mallorca. By island-hopping the Balearics, there is everything one can hope for in a summer holiday.

Below you will find some useful information about your sailboat rentals in Alicante. 

Port of Alicante/ Marina Deportiva del Puerto de Alicante: Offers a total of 748 moorings. The marina also offers accommodation, restaurants, and shops, as well as boat supplies and electrical nautical equipment shops. The port of Alicante will serve as the point of departure for the prestigious (Volvo) Ocean Race in the coming editions. Besides, it is a place for concerts, events, and activities with a wide range of services at your disposal. 

The distance between the Port of Alicante and the Alicante Airport is 8km,  

Marina Internacional de Torrevieja: The marina offers 859 moorings and all berths have electricity and water. There is a 24-hour security and a wide variety of services.

Marina Salinas, Torrevieja: There is a total of 116 moorings and a range of services and provisions for boat trips.

The nearest airport to Torrevieja is Alicante, which is 36km away.

Port of Cartagena: Situated within a large natural harbor is a new marina that offers accommodation for all types of vessels. There is 24/7 marina assistance, on-site fuel supply, Wi-Fi, and many more additional services.