What can you expect to see or be able to do while on your boat trip!
As I mentioned in my last blog, last week I had the pleasure of meeting Mel and Anne of Costa Boat Trips whom are based at the La Caleta Marina / Velez Malaga and what a lovely couple they are.
I asked Mel what could I expect to see or be able to do while on the trip.
If you want to do a snorkelling trip this can be arranged. They are usually approximately 4 hours duration but they can be even shorter if you require it.
There is complimentary snorkeling equipment on board for everyone who wants to have a go. I certainly will be up for doing that.
If there is a specific place you want to go snorkeling they’ll do their best to accommodate your wishes.
Quite often, you’ll see dolphins, yes dolphins!
Unfortunately, it is not possible and cannot be guaranteed that you will see dolphins on your trip, but if they are out and about they will do their best to get as close as possible for you to see them and take loads of pictures.
If you want to do a sightseeing trip, you have come to the right place. The scenery is breath-taking and the water is as crystal clear as if you are in the Caribbean.
The trip heads eastwards out of the La Caleta Marina passing by Torrox, Nerja, going on past the amazing Nerja balcony that looks out over the Mediterranean with stunning views.
From there we go on past the fabulous Burriana Beach and on to the stunning Maro waterfalls and finally down to the amazing and pristine waters of Cerro Gordo Marine Park. This is a must see!
These are only a couple of the trips you can do.
You can do scuba diving, go on a romantic sunset cruise or make a bespoke cruise as family or whatever you wish, it’ll be arranged.
CLICK HERE to find out more information or go to www.costaboattrips.com
Please tell Mel or Anne that Villa Andalucía recommended them if you are not staying here.
When you book your stay at Villa Andalucía and want to book your sailing trip,
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Watch this space!
A video will be coming soon, “A Trip Out on the Boat!”