It has a commercial port for boats of great length. The province of Malaga is situated south of the Mediterranean coast, on the Costa del Sol, between the provinces of Granada and Cadiz, and bordering on the north with those of Cordoba and Seville. This municipality is part of the Autonomous Community of Andalusia and its mild climate is ideal to enjoy the boat rental in Malaga.
The breeze from the Mediterranean causes summer temperatures to be lower than those in other parts of Andalusia, while the Malaga mountains form a natural barrier that protects it from the cold during the winter.


The city is practically surrounded by mountainous formations, which determines that the regime of winds that presents the zone is thus of particular. As in other coastal localities that present a similar settlement, there are two dominant winds blowing in the area: those of the eastern component of the east; And the western ones, west.

There are numerous mooring points available on the Costa del Sol, with Marbella to the south and Almeria to the east. In addition, there are lots of coves and bays, as well as small harbors along the coast.


In the Canaries the pleasant temperature stands out, it has a subtropical climate with climatic differences and microclimates; Due to the influence of the trade winds, the altitude inequality and other factors that modify the temperature. Thus goes the pleasant heat of the coast, to the humidity of the valleys, adding the aridity of the coasts, to find a sea of ​​clouds. The variety of ecosystems and microclimates favor the existence of diverse species, many of them protected as the pigeons of laurisilva -rabiche and turqué, the lizard called Tizón, the blue finch or the osprey. This natural richness invites an endless number of outdoor experiences. The visitor at any time of the year will enjoy all the possibilities offered by the Canary Islands, can go hiking, go horseback or camel riding, cycling, go down gullies, climb walls, practice all kinds of water sports or simply give up at rest On beaches of golden and white sand.


The Canary Islands is an archipelago of the Atlantic Ocean, it is composed of seven main islands: El Hierro, La Gomera, La Palma and Tenerife that form the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, and Fuerteventura, Lanzarote and Gran Canaria that constitute the province of Las Palms Also included in the Canary Islands are the archipelago of Chinijo (La Graciosa, Alegranza, Montaña Clara, Roque del Este and Roque del Oeste) and Isla de Lobos, all belonging to Las Palmas, with La Graciosa being the only inhabited area. >
The climate is subtropical oceanic, with temperatures mitigated all year by the sea and in summer by the trade winds. The winds usually blow more frequently from the northeast, winds that although they do not usually leave precipitations, if they report humidity to the zones oriented towards that place, forming the already mentioned sea of ​​clouds in zones middle and high.

The winds of the sirocco, are often accompanied by calima, ie dust in suspension from the Sahara desert, sometimes reaching a high density.


It is located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea about 120 km south of the Pyrenees mountain range and the border with France on a small coastal plain bounded by the sea to the east, the Collserola mountain to the west, the river Llobregat to the south And the river Besos to the north.

The temperatures are warm in summer and cool in winter, with a low daily temperature oscillation, which is around 8 ° C on average. The annual thermal amplitude is around 15 ° C, being smaller than in other zones of the peninsular interior due to the maritime condition of the city. The average temperature in Barcelona is around 16 ° C being somewhat higher in urban areas than in other areas not so densely urbanized, due to the effect of heat island and being lower in the mountainous areas.