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Renting a sailboat in Galicia, Spain is a wonderful way to explore the region's rugged coastline and beautiful beaches. The area is home to several rental companies that offer a variety of sailboats and catamarans to choose from, ranging from small vessels for solo travelers or couples to larger boats that can accommodate families or groups of friends. With a sailboat rental, you can enjoy the freedom and flexibility to explore the stunning Rías Baixas and the other breathtaking coastal areas of Galicia at your own pace.

The winds of Galicia

Mistral (NW)

The Mistral wind is a strong, cold and dry wind that typically blows from the northwest in the Mediterranean region, particularly in the southern areas of France. Galicia is located in the northwest corner of Spain and is not typically affected by the Mistral wind. However, the region does experience strong winds from the Atlantic Ocean, particularly during the winter months. These winds, known as the Atlantic gales, can bring heavy rains and rough seas to the region. The wind direction can vary, but it typically blows from the west or southwest.

Bora (NE)

The Bora wind is a strong and cold northeasterly wind that primarily affects areas along the eastern Adriatic coast and the Balkans. Galicia is located in the northwest corner of Spain, far from the usual range of the Bora wind.

Tramontana (N to NW)

The Tramontana wind is a strong, cold and dry wind that blows from the north to northwest in the Mediterranean region, particularly in the eastern parts of Spain. Galicia is located in the northwest corner of Spain, far from the usual range of the Tramontana wind.

Jugo (SE)

The Jugo wind, also known as the Sirocco wind, typically blows from the southeast and affects areas in the Mediterranean region, particularly along the Adriatic coast. Galicia is located in the northwest corner of Spain and is not typically affected by the Jugo wind. However, the region does experience strong winds from the Atlantic Ocean, particularly during the winter months. These winds, known as the Atlantic gales, can bring heavy rains and rough seas to the region. The wind direction can vary, but it typically blows from the west or southwest.

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Free Deposit Pack

With FDP (Free Deposit Pack), you have the chance to avoid a full security deposit and lock in your funds. Just pay 20% upfront (non-refundable), and experience a hassle-free journey. * The price of the FDP rises to 25% if booked less than 30 days before the charter.