Quiet Storm is based in the Club Nautico in Torrevieja which is, without doubt, a fabulous destination for a week’s charter. A short taxi ride from either Murcia or Alicante airports it is easy and economical to access throughout the year and benefits from a lovely climate. Writing this in the UK on a freezing, grey December day I see Torrevieja is sunny and 20 degrees! I rest my case…
Being our local area we believe that local knowledge pays off. The only way to ensure this quality is by touring the area, between Denia and Cartagena, personally every March. No relying on TripAdvisor or unqualified recommendations. We have confidence then that you are getting the very best from your charter.
Here are just some of the highlights you’ll experience on a weeks charter aboard Quiet Storm in Torrevieja.
A great resource to be able to access. A great atmosphere, brilliant facilities and an enviable location right in town. We’ll struggle to get you to leave the Club we think! Have a look at the Club Nautico website link for more information. We love it here.
Once an old pirate base the Isla is now a protected nature reserve. Cut off from the mainland for decades and culturally apart. A romantic, if crumbling old fort, adds to the atmosphere. Not your average Spanish experience.
An amazing inland sea measuring 12nm x 6nm. It is a completely safe and a very enjoyable place to simply potter about in boats. The water is clear and, given is sheltered nature, absolutely tranquil. You will sleep well here under anchor that’s for sure!
Sometimes when we look too far in front we miss the little gems in our peripheral vision. Cabo Roig, just 45 mins from Torrevieja by yacht, is one of those gems. By no means a secret spot it still manages to seem worlds away from bustling Torrevieja. The cliffs are steep-to and red. The water is clear and swimming off the anchored boat here is something we never get tired of. Bring a some food and supplies and make a day of it!
One of our favourite anchorages near Calpe which we often use when sailing to Ibiza. There is good shelter and a great little chiringuito on the beach. As often in Spain, the busy ‘playa’ and anchorage are usually deserted by nightfall. Swinging on an anchor overnight in peace and quiet it’s hard believe Benidorm is but a few miles away. Oh well, from the sublime to the ridiculous…