A catamaran tour will give you a new perspective on Valencia. The 7km of gold sandy beaches, the sun setting behind a mountain and the coves you would never stumble upon by car or foot can all be discovered by catamaran.
A sunset cruise with champagne has to be a favourite. The beach is still busy but setting sail from the Marina Real Juan Carlos I and travelling just a short distance out to sea, Malvarrosa and Las Arenas look transformed. The view of the ocean and the colourful sky make for a very romantic setting and you can take the opportunity to enjoy the day’s last few warm rays before a balmy evening back on shore.
If you want to explore a bit more, why not take a day at sea? Setting off in the cool of the early morning means you can take in the sights and sounds – perfect for getting a few photographs from the less familiar side of the coastline – and be ready for a dip when you pull into a quiet cove. Go snorkelling and discover the sea life native to the area before the crew prepare lunch. The journey back might even take you past some playful dolphins.
Best of all, all this can be enjoyed as part of a calm ride: catamarans are built to slice through the waves and give a stable voyage.
To find out more about the tours offered by Mundo Marino, go to http://www.mundomarino.es.