La Marina Real Juan Carlos I was restored and expanded for the 32nd America’s Cup.

Spanning over one million square metres, it is a growing space and an activity hub where visitors can find a wide range of venues, from restaurants and nightlife to garden areas and children’s entertainment facilities, as well as sportswear shops and official Marina products, and even the opportunity to discover the secrets of the oldest sporting trophy in the world in the House of the America’s Cup.

La Marina also combines tradition with modernity: from the warehouses and the Varadero building, built in the early twentieth century in the best modernist style, to the minimalism of the Veles e Vents building, originally built to accommodate guests during the 32nd America’s Cup and currently available to hold conventions and all kinds of events.

Finally, not to forget the twelve buildings that housed the teams participating in the sailing competition, these bases are modern and versatile and are a prime location for the establishment of any company or business.

Inside BaseMaritime Station