Ideas to Explore Spain during New Year in a Rented Yacht

Having fun during New Year’s Eve is on everybody’s mind irrespective of the age you belong. What better way to bring in the New Year than rent a boat in Spain and explore the land in style with many of your friends? Spain is a beautiful country with lovely music, lush green landscapes, popular coastlines, delicious food and Spanish dance genres. There is a lot to explore in this country and you can never go wrong with any of your entertainment ideas when you are in Spain. Some of the tourist spots in this country are par excellence.

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The best way to explore them is to go around in a Yacht with a gang which is equally enthusiastic about celebrating New Year’s Eve. Some of the loveliest tourist destinations during New Year are:

  • Puerto del Sol, Madrid- this is Spanish capital and is a great place to celebrate the New Year because it never sleeps. Party till the wee hours in the morning and shout at the top of your lungs with thousands of other s right when the clock strikes midnight. It is indeed fun.
  • Place d’Espanya Barcelona- the congregation in front of the Magic Fountain is the culmination of the old year in a traditional as well as modern way. Savouring the taste of grapes and dancing to the music along with fireworks gives a super good feeling which is totally unmatched.
  • Santa Cruz de Tenerife- arrive at Santa Cruz de Tenerife with your gang and Yacht to sip the hot chocolate and warm coffee which are the specialties of this Spanish city. Spend the Eve at Canary Islands on the warm beach and also do some clubbing with your friends.
  • Pamplona- famous for running of the bulls, Pamplona has another side to it which is fantastic to explore.

Celebrate this New Year in style with rented Yacht in Spain.

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