Andalusia is a large region in southern Spain which is divided into 4 distinct coasts.
The most easterly, the Costa de Almería, is known especially for its Cabo de Gata Natural Park. The Costa de Almería offers a varied landscape, sometimes desert or even mountainous. With its rocky beaches and golden dunes, this place is a true paradise on earth. The ['del Morrón' anchorage] (https://www.navily.com/mouillage/fondeadero-del-morron/7214) perfectly illustrates this richness of the landscape.
The Costa Tropical, protected by the Sierra Nevada from the north winds, offers a temperate climate in winter, cliffs, coves and extensive beaches. Time ahead of you? Stop off at [Club Nautico Motril] (https://www.navily.com/port/real-club-nautico-de-motril/611) and go visit the beautiful city of Granada.
Then comes the famous Costa del Sol where the many marinas will welcome you during your cruises. Book in a few clicks your stopovers in famous places like [Marbella,] (https://www.navily.com/port/puerto-deportivo-de-marbella/255) [Puerto Banus] (https: //www.navily .com / port / puerto-josebanus / 363) or [Estepona] (https://www.navily.com/port/puerto-deportivo-estepona/200).
And finally in the west of Andalusia, the Costa de la Luz, synonymous with crossing the Strait of Gibraltar and entering the Atlantic Ocean. Surprising anchorages are available to you when the sea comes inland and offers natural shelters like in [Caño de Sancti Petri] (https://www.navily.com/mouillage/cano-de-sancti-petri/19371 ). Do not miss a stopover at the [Marina Alcaidesa] (https://www.navily.com/port/marina-alcaidesa/294) for its professional welcome.