Water activities

A city of the sea, of sailors and fishermen. At Valencia’s marina, an modern area of the city recently renovated for the 32nd America's Cup, visitors can find the best in nautical leisure activities. With more than 800 moorings available, it is one of Europe’s most modern marinas, bringing together leisure, gastronomy and innovation. The growing interest in the world of sailing is of course also worthy of mention.

The Real Club Nautico de Valencia, founded in 1903, is a private association which offers its members moorings amongst other activities, from the Sailing School, to the Cruising Group and Tennis School. There is also a summer school, which includes swimming in the pool, English conversation classes and reading-related activities. Though it is without doubt the most important, it is not the only nautical club in the area, with others in Saplaya Port, Cullera and Canet.

Aside from these clubs, there are also other organisations which promote marine sports. Such is the case of Vela Valencia, which has Sailing School, Nautical Academy and Technical Centre. The RCNV also has a wide selection of additional services in addition to its own summer campus.

There are 39 nautical activity companies, six sports clubs and three sports federations at the Marina, offering sailing, diving, kayaking, rowing and many other options, including pilates. You’ll even find companies dedicated to organising events by boat, catamaran rides or boat rentals, such as Quicksail, Boramar and Mundo Marino.

Dársena Interior Puerto de Vcia. Tinglado nº2. Junto edif. del Reloj Valencia. 46011 Valencia

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Edificio Veles e Vents (Marina Real Juan Carlos I) 46011 Valencia

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Marina Real Juan Carlos I 46024 Valencia

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Marina Real Juan Carlos I – Marina Norte 46024 Valencia

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