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Denia Yacht Charters

We specialize in yacht charters from Denia and on the coast of Valencia. We have a great range of sailing yachts amd motor boats available for bareboat charter and can also offer skippered and crewed charters. Please contact us directly for our great value late booking deals in Denia.

Denia lies on Costa Blanca halfway between Alicante and Valencia on the eastern coast of Spain. This is a good base for exploring the lovely Costa Blanca or sailing across to Ibiza and the other Balearic Islands.

On your charter to the south you can visit; Javea, Calpe, Altea, Benidorm and Alicante. While to the north you will find; Gandia, El Perrello, Valencia and Castellon de la Plana. Denia is the nearest charter location, on the Spanish mainland, to the Balearic Islands. Ibiza and Formentera are some 70 miles away.

Denia itself has several popular festivals. March sees the fiesta Fallas. Huge paper mache statues, called fallas are set up throughout the town, and then set ablaze. July brings the popular Bous a la Mar or Bulls at the Sea. The highlight of this week long festival is watching bulls run down the main street, the Marques de Campo. The bulls ar ethen chased into the Mediterranean Sea by those intrepid or silly enough to enter a makeshift bull ring with them. The town serves as a terminus for a very picturesque metre gauge railway line through the mountains from Alicante, popularly known as the Limón Express.

Denia's is the castillo or castle is a popular attraction. Built by the Moors in the 11th and 12th century it offers some great views of the sea, the city and the backlands. Within the castle you will find the Palau del Governador and its museum, the Museo Etnologico, with exhibits depicting the rich history and culture of Denia. Good shopping can be found on the main road of Calle de Marques de Campo. Along with many bars and little restaurants.

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Suggested Itineraries & Routes - Click the following link for a selection of suggested yacht charter itineraries in Valencia

Marinas - Detailed reports and information on Yacht Marinas, Harbours and Anchorages in the Denia area can be found in our Cruising Guide

Experience & Qualifications - Normally the proposed skipper of a bareboat charter is required to hold a sailing license. ICC or equivalent. In certain circumstances we may be able to consider experience rather than formal qualifications. In addition, usually, one member of the crew will need a VHF license. If you have any doubts as to whether you have the necessary qualifications please do not hesitate to contact us

Visa Requirements - Spain is a member of the European Union. See the following link for EU Visa Regulations

Charter Season - Many of our yachts can be hired year round. While November to February see many sunny days with pleasant temperatures they also see a number of stormy days accompanied by heavy rain. July and August are the most popular months, they also tend to be the most expensive and many marinas and resorts will be very crowded. The months either side of the peak summer period offer good value for money, temperatures are that little bit more comfortable and the area is will have less of a "busy" feel.

Climate - See the following link for detailed information on the weather of Valencia complete with monthly averages for air and sea temperatures, sunshine hours and UV Index

How to Get There - Denia is served by international airports at Alicante and Valencia. Click on the following link for airlines and carriers operating out of airports in the Valencia region. We can offer free transfers between both Valencia and Alicante airports and Denia for most of our boats based in Denia

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Time Difference - GMT+1

Currency - Euro. Major credit cards are widely accepted and there is an extensive network of ATMs throughout the area

Language - Spanish. English is widely spoken

Cusine - The local cusine is typically Spanish with seafood abundant. It is claimed that the ubiquitous "Paella" originated in the Valencia region. For those with a sweet tooth try some of the excellent cakes and sweets of the local confectionery and bakery shops, Denia is famous for them.

History - There is evidence of human habitation in the area since prehistoric times and the local hillsides hold significant Iberian ruins on the hillsides nearby. A partial ruin of a Moorish fortress stands right in the middle of the town. The French, who occupied the city for four years during the War of the Spanish Succession, re-built it in the early 19th century.

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Terms & Conditions -These vary depending on the individual boat. Normally a deposit is required at the time of booking with the balance due 6 weeks before the date of your charter. Please contact us if you require further information.

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