Sailing schools in the Region of Valencia

  • Img 1: Club Náutico de El Campello
    Sailing from south to north and after rounding Cape Cabo Huertas, this is the first shelter offered to craft. It is easy to identify from the sea because of the completely restored watchtower constru...
    El Campello
  • Escuela de Vela Club Náutico Jávea_img2
    Sección: Náutica Título: Club Náutico de Jávea Municipio: Xàbia Traducción necesaria en: valenciano, inglés, alemán, francés Texto a traducir: The Yacht Club of Javea has a great tradition and histor...
  • Img 1: Club Náutico de La Vila Joiosa
    This club has all the usual harbour services, as well as a social club, cafeteria and restaurant, with the aim of being as functional as possible without neglecting quality and comfort. Craft of up t...
  • Img 1: Club Náutico de Moraira
    This port has a great sporting port's range of services and these, together with the wide offer of restaurants and leisure activities, have made it one of the main centres of social and sporting...
    Teulada - Moraira
  • Img 1: Club Náutico de Oliva

    The sailing club is one of the main points of attraction of a town that marks the limit between Valencia and Alicante. It is located in the dock of La Goleta, where two breakwaters enter the sea t...

  • Img 1: Club Náutico de Santa Pola

    The Santa Pola Sailing Club has the capacity to moor 520 craft up to 15 metres in length. All the moorings have running water, electricity and fire extinguishing equip...

    Santa Pola
  • Img 1: Club Náutico de Vinaròs
    The sailing club’s moorings are located inside the fishing port and are divided among four quays that admit craft with a length of up to fifteen metres. Its social club has a restaurant where you can...
  • Img 1: Club Náutico de Xábia
    This sailing club is situated in a privileged corner of the Costa Blanca, below the south face of Cape San Antonio and next to a marine nature reserve of great value. It has four quays and more than...
  • Img 1: Club Náutico del Perelló
    The maritime quarter of Sueca hosts this pretty port whose quays are set on the right bank of the canal that joins the sea with the Albufera. Approximately 50 moorings are classified for public use....
  • Img 1: Club Náutico Port Saplaya
    The residential estate that gives the port its name shelters its installations to the point that the moorings are practically at the door of the houses, which give it an individual character. The doc...

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