The unique reproduction of the 17th century Spanish galleons will visit Puerto Banús from 23rd to 28th February, coinciding with The Andalusia Day. With this, Puerto Banús wants to share with its visitors the history and culture of the Andalusian community, to which it proudly belongs.
The Galeón Andalucía, one of the most representative ships of Spanish naval history, will dock in Puerto Banús to commemorate The Andalusia Day. From Wednesday 23rd until Monday 28th (regional holiday), you can visit this ship at berth 1 of our Muelle de Honor.
The Galeón Andalucía is today one of the main attractions for adults and children who are passionate about history and navigation. Designed and built in 2010 by Ignacio Fernández Vial, this huge vessel provides an insight into these mythical ships that for three centuries linked Spain, America and Asia, sailing the seas and oceans of the planet to trade between the continents.
During your six-day stay in Puerto Banús, you will be able to go on board and discover what these ships were like four centuries ago, and discover their shapes, details, dimensions, manoeuvres, their fabulous voyage, the extreme living conditions of the sailors of the time and the space where the sailors of yesteryear and the current crew were confined. In its hold you will also be able to experience the wy of life of the crew who still sail aboard this legendary ship today.
A great event for the whole family this long weekend in Andalusia, with one of the most legendary ships in our history. The event adopts all the necessary health and safety sanitary measures, and the capacity is limited, so it is recommended to get your ticket online or pay by card on arrival.
VISIT OF THE GALLEON ANDALUCIA IN PUERTO BANUS:
From: Wednesday 23 to Monday 28 February 2022
Place: Muelle de Honor of Puerto Banús (mooring 1), in front of the Control Tower.
Timetable: 10:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Tickets: Available on arrival at the ship or on www.velacuadra.es
Adults: 7 €
Children (from 5 to 10 years): 4 €
Family packs: 18 € (2 adults and 2 kids from 5 to 10 years)
Free for children under 5 years