Málaga – city of culture
Much more than just “Costa” and “Sol”: As the second largest city in Andalusia, in recent years Málaga has evolved into a true destination of culture. Next to classic sites like the cathedral and the Moorish Alcazaba, Picasso’s birthplace entices with suprisingly varied museums that focus on topics from archaeology and modern art to automobile design, wine, and glass.
The gentle pace of life in Cádiz
History comes alive in the city of Cádiz. One of Europe’s oldest cities, this charming harbour town boasts a
beautiful cathedral and baroque buildings, a tranquil old town and defiant watch towers. The town centre, with its delightful tapas bars, can be easily explored on foot from the harbour. And there is no shortage of good wine, as Jerez de la Frontera, with its sherry and wine cellars, is close by.
Sailing side by side with the Sea Cloud II
On November 3rd, all eyes will be on the horizon: When will the three masts of the Sea Cloud ii emerge from the blue of the sea? Our two windjammers have arranged a rendezvous to sail together into Moroccan waters: Side by side, they will head towards Casablanca – an impressive experience that will provide an occasion for great photos.