The Sunset from the Sea
A warm summer day coming to an end, a cool breeze lifting off the Mediterranean, a glass of cava sparkling in your hand, the water skidding by underneath, the wind rustling the sails up above… and on the horizon, past the beach, the sun sinking behind a set of colored clouds. There aren’t many experiences more enjoyable than a sunset tour on a catamaran.
The tour offered by Mundo Marino has long been on on our radar. We’ve done this tour a number of times; when friends are visiting, for example, or when we have a special occasion to celebrate. Something like a birthday, or buying an apartment.
The trip lasts for about an hour, and the price includes a glass of cava to enjoy once you’re out on the open water. If you can, book on a Monday or Tuesday evening, in order to avoid crowds… it’s much nicer when the boat is relatively empty. But even when there are a lot of other passengers, the catamaran is large, and it’s easy to spread out and find a place for yourselves.
Jürgen and I can’t recommend this sunset tour enough. Until we’re able to buy a boat for ourselves, this will be our favorite way to see Valencia from the sea.
(I should make it clear that we’re not being compensated at all for promoting this tour; we just love the experience, and think you will too!)
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November 22, 2015 at 8:47 am