PALMA DE MALLORCA YACHT CHARTER
Palma de Mallorca is not only the largest old town on this Balearic island, but also boasts a stunning, cliff-sculpted coastline, beautiful beaches with clear waters and a vivid art scene. Take some time to explore this beautiful city or, alternatively, use this as a starting point to discover the nearby Sierra de Montana on a Palma de Mallorca yacht charter.
The natural beauty of a Palma de Mallorca Yacht Charter
The surrounding, rocky terrain makes Palma de Mallorca popular among active travellers. For a relaxed day outdoors, take a walk through the typical pine forests to Bellver castle from the city of Palma. For more active charter guests, we recommend the adventurous tracks through Cabrera National Park, Sa Dragonera Natural Park and S’Albufereta Nature Reserve. The latter features 350 different types of plants and is every birdwatcher’s heaven.
The ideal spot for snorkelers and scuba divers on a yacht charter in Palma de Mallorca is Parc Natural de Mondragò. With its endless beaches, this park can be considered the ultimate getaway for cruisers who choose the Balearics for their luxury holiday. Take some time to truly explore the beaches and wildlife of Palma de Mallorca and don’t forget to pay a visit to Cala Petita, an intimate rocky cove that can be accessed only by the sea on a motor or sailboat.
Palma de Mallorca Boat Rental: Architecture and Nightlife
Beyond its natural sights, the island of Mallorca is also known for its architectural beauties. Great examples herefore are the Catedral-Basílica de Santa María de Mallorca as well as the ancient Arab Baths. Art lovers will truly enjoy Joan Miró’s studio, originally designed by architect Josep Lluís Sert, where Miró worked up until his death. Alternatively, head to the Esbaluard Museu where you will find pieces from contemporary artists linked to the Balearic Islands as well as from the international art scene.
For gourmets on a Palma de Mallorca yacht charter we propose a visit to the San Juan Mercado Gastronómico. One of the highlights here are freshly cooked oysters and champagne as well as the jet-black squid-ink tortilla. If you grab a quick lunch or come in the evening to enjoy some drinks here to the tunes of a local DJ, the San Juan Mercado Gastronómico is an absolute must when visiting Palma de Mallorca. From here on, continue to the waterfront, which is packed with bars and exclusive clubs to hit. Loose yourself in the massive choice of places before continuing your yacht charter from Palma de Mallorca onwards.