Catalonia is a special Spanish region: Catalan is spoken there and its culture is different from that of the rest of the country. With Barcelona as the capital, the Costa Brava and the Costa Dorada as prime destinations, Catalonia is renowned for its attractiveness to boaters: there are many cultural places to visit as well as seaside resorts developed for relaxing holidays!
The Costa Brava, a border area with France, specializes in tourism and there are many spectacular anchorages. [Badia de la Selva] (https://www.navily.com/fr/mouillage/badia-de-la-selva/19139), [Badia de Guillola] (https://www.navily.com/fr/ anchorage / badia-de-guillola / 7238) and the [Cala de la Pelosa] (https://www.navily.com/fr/mouillage/cala-de-la-pelosa/7976) are all very popular spots for boaters.
In Barcelona, the [Reial Club Marítim Barcelona] (https://www.navily.com/en/port/reial-club-maritim-barcelona/551) is the top rated marina in the city. Ideal for discovering the capital of Catalonia.
The Costa Dorada, just south of Barcelona, is also popular with boaters. The [Club Nàutic Cambrils] (https://www.navily.com/fr/port/club-nautic-cambrils/171) is a perfect stopover to spend a few days in the sun and to play sports. The anchorages of [Chiringuito] (https://www.navily.com/fr/mouillage/chiringuito/14819), of [Punta de la Banya] (https://www.navily.com/fr/mouillage/punta- de-la-banya / 7218) and [Platja del parc de Garbí] (https://www.navily.com/fr/mouillage/platja-del-parc-de-garbi/15065) all have excellent reviews . A stopover of choice for many boaters wanting to reach the Balearic Islands.
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