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Along its 200-kilometre coastline, the Costa Brava has significant ports and marinas able to welcome all kinds of recreational boats, including large yachts, as is the case of Roses, Empuriabrava, L’Escala, L’Estartit, Palamós and Sant Feliu de Guíxols, in addition to having smaller, more sheltered ports, full of charm, such as those of Llafranc and Canyelles. In all of them you will find boat rental and charters. There is a far-reaching offer of nautical activities. From clubs and sailing schools including Nautical Stations or the numerous activity centres found on beaches and in towns for sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, jet skiing, stand up paddle boarding or kite surfing. As far as scuba-diving is concerned, the Costa Brava is a destination that is recognised the world over, which attracts divers from all over thanks to the beauty of its seabeds and the services offered by the 40 diving centres. The Medes Islands, the Cap de Creus and the Ullastres are particularly valued, as well as diving down to shipwrecks; and thousands of people start out each year on our coasts.