With Club La Costa Yacht Club you’ll sail some of the world’s top yachting destinations. With the fleet based in the Mediterranean, you’ll experience beautiful beaches and historic cultures.
Top Sailing Destinations
During 2023, Club La Costa Yacht Club is delighted to be sailing around Kos, one of the Mediterranean´s most beautiful and popular Greek Dodecanese islands, also known as “the garden of the Aegean” and the birthplace of Hippocrates.
Located in the south-east of the Aegean Sea, Kos is the third largest island of the Dodecanese archipelago, with a coastline of 112 km, a length of 43 km and a width ranging from 2-6 km. Famous for its panoramic bays with rocky coves, colourful seashores of golden sand with crystal-clear waters benefitting from the Meltemi (summer wind), Kos is also rich in historical landmarks and archaeological sites. The island thrives on its tourism, fishing, wine production, agriculture and delicious fresh fruit and vegetables.
Sail around the islands of Kalimnos, Leros and Lipsos.
Kalimnos: is one of the twelve large Greek islands of the Dodecanese archipelago located northwest of the island of Rhodes and between the islands of Kos and Leros. It is the fourth largest of these islands, surrounded by small islets and featuring a rocky rugged landscape of hills and mountains. Island life revolves around its sea-related activities such as water sports and fishing, whilst producing traditional products of wine, oil, and honey.
Leros: is located between Kalimnos and Patmos, featuring many large crystal-clear lake-like bays along its 77 km of coastline, as well as tiny, secluded coves, each with their own quiet picturesque charm. Ideal for swimming and water sports, Leros is a diver´s paradise, with an amazing seabed of reefs and shipwrecks. The island´s interior consists of fertile land, with low green hills, plains, and picturesque villages. Traditional products include olives and fruits such as citrus and figs.
Lipsos (or Lipsi): is a hidden peaceful paradise and a treasure to be discovered because of its gorgeous landscapes, located between Patmos and Leros. Charmingly known as ¨the pearl of the Dodecanese¨, it is the largest of a cluster of 24 islets and the only one inhabited. Being an area of outstanding natural beauty with 36 km of rocky coastline, its panoramic rugged hills are the backdrop to its renowned tranquil enchanting bays, bathed in a crystal clear turquoise blue sea. Rich in olive trees and vineyards, this simple authentic Greek island thrives on its agriculture and fishing. Colourful fishing boats adorn the port, adding to its beauty and charm.