The magnificent weather conditions make the coast of Valencia an ideal environment to practice nautical activities. The Valencian Coast is divided into three coasts that correspond to each of its provinces. The Costa del Azahar that corresponds to the coast of Castellón. The Valencian Coast that corresponds to the coast of Valencia and the Costa Blanca that covers the coast of Alicante. The city of Valencia is in the center of the Gulf of Valencia, an inlet of the Balearic Sea (Western Mediterranean) on the coasts of eastern Spain. The Gulf goes from the Cabo de la Nao (Alicante) in the south, to the Cabo de Tortosa in the Ebro Delta (Tarragona) in the north, covering a coastline of approximately 400 km, and integrating the archipelago of the Columbretes Islands off the coast of Castellón.