Boat rentals in Granada
The South of Spain is one of the premier sailing destinations in Europe. Boat rentals in Granada are very popular amongst both locals and tourists in order to experience the coast from a unique point of view.
History is alive in Granada's narrow streets, intriguing gardens and astonishing monuments, reverberating with echoes of the city's grand Islamic past and its medieval Renaissance. It is well known for the majestic Sierra Nevada backdrop which is guaranteed to take your breath away.
If you feel like falling in love with Andalucían beauty then Granada should be your next stop on the map. Be warned, nothing quite prepares you for the magnificence of Granada's Moorish heritage. From the beauty and craftsmanship of the Alhambra, to the Generalife’s hilltop tranquility and the winding alleys of Albayz.
What to do with your boat rental in Granada
The Granada coast has very tourist-friendly beaches that offer all kinds of services and comforts. However, boat rentals in Grenada allow you to explore those small quiet coves only accessed by water. We all know that’s where the true magic lies. In total there are about 19 km of tropical coast where 26 beaches glorious beaches can be found.
After a day at the beach, why not step into the town and discover that famous Granada charm you’ve been dreaming about for so long.
The climate in Granada
Granada, Andlausia, is one of the hottest regions in Europe with a temperate Mediterranian climate with hot summers. July and August are the best months to rent a boat in Granada with a minimal amount of rain and guaranteed beautiful sunshine.
How to get to Granada
Málaga is the closest international airport to Granada and there are numerous flights landing there each day. Málaga airport is 125km from Granada and it takes about 90 minutes to drive from Malaga to Granada. It is best to use public transport to get to Granada. The bus is suprisingly faster than the train.