Balearic Islands: fun, wild nature, and elegance

Balearic Islands: fun, wild nature, and elegance

A meeting point of culture, folklore, art, and entertainment, Spain is a main hub of Mediterranean tourism. Madrid, Barcelona, and Valencia display the many influences that make up the Spanish culture. Andalusia boasts a strong tradition. The beaches disseminated along the mainland coast are home to some spectacular scenery and beauty. Just as amazing and unique are those found on the Balearic Islands of Menorca, Majorca, Ibiza, and Formentera. Among the top attractions of the Mediterranean, the Balearic Islands are a hip spot of nightlife for both young and adult travelers.

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    • Palma de Mallorca
      Start your yacht charter in Palma. Then cruise to Puerto Andratx and Portals Vells, perfect spots for diving and swimming. At night you can anchor the yacht in the picturesque harbor of Puerto Andratx, known for its relaxed atmosphere and many good restaurants. The distance between Palma and Puerto Andratx is approximately 22 nm.

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    • Palma de Mallorca, Ibiza
      On the second day, take an early morning cruise towards Cala Portinatx, located in the north of the island of Ibiza (45 nm). This is an excellent bay for swimming and water sports. Later you can continue your Ibiza yacht charter cruising along the west coast of the island to the city of Ibiza. If the weather permits, you can anchor in one of the caves of Es Vedra Island, which, according to legend, are magical.

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    • Ibiza, Formentera
      On the third day of your Ibiza yacht charter cruise towards Formentera and spend all day there. Formentera is a beautiful island, with heavenly white sandy beaches. Depending on the preferences of yacht charter guests, you can choose different activities for the day, from watersports to leisurely strolls along the beach. You can anchor for the night in Formentera, or you can cruise back to one of the harbors of Ibiza.

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    • Cabrera
      On the fourth day, you can leave very early in the morning, even before dawn, to cover the longest distance of the route (about 70 nm) to get to Cabrera, a protected national park surrounded by beautiful bays. You can spend the day in Cabrera and then, after sunset, you can leave heading to Porto Cristo, Mallorca, about 30 nm away. An alternative would be to spend the night in Cabrera and navigate to Porto Cristo before the dawn.

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    • Palma de Mallorca
      On the fifth day of the Mallorca yacht charter you can visit the famous “Cuevas del Drach”, caves with the oddly shaped stalactites and stalagmites. You can enter with your charter yacht via a small river and enjoy pleasant background music inside the cave. The acoustics of the caves and the special lighting make the experience truly unique! In the afternoon, you can navigate to the Bay of Pollensa (approx. 35 min) and you can stay overnight in Cabo Formentor.

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    • Puerto Soller
      Dedicate the sixth day of your luxury yacht hire to cruising along the northern coast of Puerto Soller (about 35 nm), one of the most picturesque fishing ports of Balearic Islands. You can stay there for the night.

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    • Puerto Andratx
      You can continue your Mallorca yacht charter along its north-west coast, which is undoubtedly the most beautiful. During the cruise, you should stop with your yacht charter in one of the many bays, such as Puerto de Valldemossa or Cala Banyalbufar. Then you can continue cruising for about 27 nm to Puerto Andratx, where you can moor overnight.

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    • Palma de Mallorca
      The last stop of this wonderful cruise on a luxury yacht charter is Palma de Mallorca (22 nm). If yacht charter guests need to leave by plane in the morning, you can disembark your charter yacht in Puerto Andratx, where you can take a taxi to go to the airport, which is about 45 minutes away.

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