Top attractions of the Balearic Islands

  • Yacht Itineraries
  • 09/11/2019

The mix of glamorous nightlife and unspoiled nature makes the Balearic islands one of the top destinations of luxury charters. The magnetic charm of these islands, that complement each other perfectly in spite of their differences, will not let you down as you enjoy a charter cruise of the Balearic Islands.

Here is our list of the best beaches of the Balearics!


Balearic Islands on a charter: Cala Jondal, Ibiza

Cala Jondal in Ibiza is an absolute must-visit spot if you are a fan of beach parties that go on until the sun rises. Two hundred and fifty meters long and twenty meters wide, this beach lies south of the island. Here you can sip a drink at Club Blue Marin and listen to great music at sunset, or dine at elegant and renowned restaurants, such as Tropicana and Yemanja. Cala Jondal is a pebbly beach with a sandy seabed just a few meters offshore.


Balearic Islands on a charter: Illetes, Formentera

Illetes, in Formentera, is the perfect destination for fans of water sports, such as kitesurf, windsurf, and sailing, and for anybody who loves diving explorations. Grab your mask and snorkel and discover the island’s poseidonia meadows, a Unesco World Heritage site that extends just below the transparent waters. The beach is a strip of white sand looking out at the stunning vista that makes Illetes one of Formentera’s most charming spots.

Close by find the islet of Espalmador, where you can take a rejuvenating bath in the warm clay of the lagoons of natural mud before returning to your luxury charter to watch the hours pass as you enjoy the lull of the waves.


Balearic Islands on a charter: Cala Tuent, Mallorca

Cala Tuent is one of the most beautiful beaches of the Balearic Islands, if not the most picturesque, where to take in the amazing view of Puig Major, the Islands’ highest mountain. This pebbly beach, enclosed by cliffs and a thick woods of pine trees and Mediterranean vegetation, has kept the crowd and glamour away and preserved its primordial beauty. Fans of trekking will love the five-hour excursion across unspoiled nature that takes off from Mirador des ses Barques.


Balearic Islands on a charter: Cala Varques, Mallorca

Cala Varques’ turquoise water and rocky, half-moon shape will steal your heart. This untouched bay, carved by a river and surrounded by high pine trees that reach out to the sea, can be reached only by boat. Snorkeling enthusiasts love to explore its many grottos.


Balearic Islands on a charter: Es Grau, Menorca

Es Grau, in Menorca, awaits those who love wild and unspoiled nature. It sits in the 5100-hectare Parc Natural de s’Albufera des Grau that lies north-east of the island. Es Grau is only 500 meters long and shaped like a shell embraced by pine trees. Its powdery white sand and hidden coves make it a perfect escape to spend unforgettable hours immersed in the wild nature.


Balearic Islands on a charter: Benirrás Beach, Ibiza

Benirrás Beach in Ibiza is to Spain what Oia (Santorini) is to Greece. Both destinations offer quintessential and iconic sunsets. In the charming Benirrás Beach tourists from all over the world enjoy the view of the flaming sun disappearing into the sea, soundtracked by the hypnotic drumming of the last hippies still living on the island.

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