Malaga, Spain: A Spanish sailing company has landed on the continent of Europe’s biggest island, Portugal, on a four-day tour of the islands sights, villages and fishing grounds.
Malaga Sighting Boat, which is based in Malaga and sails from Lisbon, Portugal to Barcelona, Spain, on its four-week tour of Portugal is the first of its kind in the world.
The company has booked an average of 1,000 guests a day, including a crew of more than 30 people.
The boat travels the Malaga-Barcelona region of the Malagas coastal waters, which stretch from the coast of Spain to the northern coast of France.
The journey is mostly on foot, although the boat is equipped with a water taxi and can be converted into a motor yacht, which can sail by day and night.
The Malaga sightseers have set up camp in Malagascans main town, in the town of Londres, a small hamlet that has been built around the sea and the nearby island of Canela, to see the sights and fish.
Malaga has a population of around 3,000 people.
Malagascas tourism board has announced a special tour for Malagastans in 2019 to celebrate the arrival of the island’s second ship, the Londre, on the seas and the first ship to sail through the Malangas coast.
The island’s first ship, Londras second ship has been christened the Malango.