Mediterranean Costa Blanca
Costa Blanca

itineraireSpanish coast from Denia

Denia - Isla Portichol

After settling on board Friday evening, we'll start off the cruise by sailing south. Before arriving at Javea Bay, we'll have navigated at the foot of the impressive cliffs of the Cape San Antonio, a natural underwater reserve where black cormorants nest alongside other species. After passing Javea Bay and Cape San Martin, we'll reach Portichol Island.

Isla del Portichol - Moraira

After leaving Portichol towards the south, the navigation along the coast is extremely interesting. Once you've passed Cape Black, we'll be near Cape Nao. Stop for lunch in Creek Grandella and then in the evening continue either towards Portet de Moraira or the nautical club of Moraira.

Moraira - Puerto de Campomanes

In the morning, set sail for Penon de Ifach which is also a natural underwater reserve. There, have lunch in the marina at Calpe. In the evening, we'll navigate in the Altea Cove and spend the night in the marina Luis Campomanes.

Puerto de Campomanes - Alicante

Navigate all day towards Alicante, discovering Altea Cove and the cliffs of Sierra Helada, and drop anchor in the natural marine reserve of Benidorm Island. In the evening set sail for the Marina of Alicante.

Marina of Alicante - Isla de Tabarca

We'll cross the Bay of Alicante and reach the Island of Tarbarca (natural marine reserve) At Tarbaca, trying the excellent rice is highly recommended. We'll spend the night at Santa Pola.

Santa Pola - Altea

Helped along by the southern breezes, start our return trip northwards. This time, you'll stop at Altea "La Vella", a refuge for European artists, its little streets full of good restaurants.

Altea - Denia

Set sail for Denia at around 8 am to reach Sardinera de Javea Creek for lunch. At around 4:00 pm, we'll lift anchor for the last time and navigate towards the Cape of San Antonio.

Windward Islands