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Puerto Deportivo Pasito Blanco (Costa Meloneras, Canary Islands)

Things to do in Canary Islands

Volcanic in origin and located in the Atlantic, sailing offer of the archipelago of the Canary Islands is so broad that it cannot be summed up in a few lines. Seven islands and several islets form a unique ecosystem to discover. The archipelago has four national parks, several cities which are World Heritage Sites and Biosphere Reserves, so it is not surprising that it is one of the most important tourist destinations in Europe. Gran Canaria Boating Station deserves a special mention (a brand of the Spanish Association of Nautical Stations) since it ensures quality service in all maritime activities, such as scuba diving among wrecks, boat tours or whale watching - among many other options of the island, not to forget the spectacular beaches that stretch from Amadores, Puerto Mogan and Playa del Ingles up to Maspalomas, Puerto Rico and many other tourist areas with dozens of marinas where you can moor your boat.

The strategic location of the islands makes this destination a perfect stop and it is almost mandatory for all those who are preparing to cross the Atlantic and reach the Azores, as its marinas have all services, supplies and some of them even boat repair. Furthermore, it is noteworthy that the islands enjoy hundreds of miles of coastline and unbeatable weather conditions throughout the year. From October to May, it’s the best climate in Europe.

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