Discover tours and activities in Valencia
Valencia Boat Tours in the sun
Famously the birthplace of that most Spanish of dishes, Paella, Valencia is more than just a
It’s easy to forget that Valencia is one of Spain’s oldest cities, as well as one
of the most culturally significant towns in the country. It’s a beautiful port city, enjoying
smaller crowds than Barcelona, but still with a strong identity of its own.
Take a stroll through the ancient Serranos Towers that flank the gates of the old town, and
date back to the 14th Century. Through them, you can visit the site of the historic Plaza de
Virgen – one of the most beautiful landmarks of Valencia and best places to enjoy a café con
leche in the sun. Take in a traditional live flamenco show, or discover Valencian food with
dinner by the sea as the sun sets.
Barcelona by water
One of the best ways to see Barcelona is its waterways. The city is bordered by rivers – the
Besos to one side and the Llobregat to the other. They give a scenic passage along the city
boundaries and boat trips along the rivers allow you to take in the views of the nearby
mountains at a slower pace.
For water lovers, boat trips along the coast are another unique way to experience this
enchanting town. Long known for its sailing tradition, Barcelona has some of the most
modern marinas in the world, as well as many picturesque coastal towns along the Costa
As well as traditional sailing, there is now an abundance of more modern boating options in
Barcelona. Eco-friendly catamaran tours are a charming way to see the sites with an added
hint of luxury. Equipped with bars and live music in many cases, catamarans are the perfect
way to get a taste of the nautical life without the burden of owning your own boat.
Catamaran Tours on the Costa Brava
If you’re part of a group, consider a luxury Catamaran sailing trip for up to 20 people on the
Bonbon from Port Olimpic, where you can experience the Sagrada Familia, Agbar Tower,
and Montjuic Hill from a completely unique viewpoint. This fine vessel is equipped with food
and drinks and makes a lovely trip for groups who want to have fun with an added touch of
Elsewhere many cruises offer live music – you can enjoy a one-and-a-half-hour sailing
experience on a breathtaking 78-foot catamaran set against the backdrop of the Barcelona
coastline. With the sun setting over Barcelona you can listen to live jazz music on board,
giving you a completely unique, chilled sensory experience. It’s the perfect romantic ending
to a visit to this mesmerising city.
For those lovers of the night, why not check out an atmospheric full moon cruise. Aboard
the Blue Magic Cat catamaran, you can watch the sun setting, before exploring the coastline
in a different way, with the cool night air against your skin, and the moonlight imparting an
altogether different kind of mood. The boat stops for a while to give guests the opportunity
to swim in the refreshing waters of the Barcelona coast, all the while lit up by the moon in
this unique, other-worldly experience. While you dry off and rest you can enjoy a glass of
Cava as you relax in to the cruise.
Barcelona is a city of architecture and history – from the surrealist architecture of Gaudi to
the historical buildings, and hidden tapas bars – this is a city for the adventurous, and lovers
of culture. For those who are drawn to the water, why not treat yourself to a new
experience, and sign up for a catamaran tour. Alongside the cruises mentioned here, they
offer an amazing selection of different catamaran trips to suit every budget and style.
Whether you want to experience decadence as a private group, or you’re just happy with
the gentle lapping of waves and the sea air, there is something for everyone to make an
already amazing trip completely unforgettable.