Yacht Charters in
Balearics

The Balearic Islands are an archipelago located off the east coast of Spain, in the Mediterranean. The Balearic Islands are a jewel of the Mediterranean. It is one of the most popular destinations in the western Mediterranean because of its unique landscapes, fantastic coves and beautiful sunsets. Whether you're looking for peace and quiet or wild nights, there's something for everyone in this archipelago.

Cala Morell

Come aboard your luxury yacht in Cala Morell, Menorca. Acclimatize by relaxing on board your vessel or swim in the crystal-clear water of the cove. Have lunch in one of the town’s restaurants offering a magnificent view of the bay. In the afternoon, go on an excursion to the prehistoric site of the necropolises. This site is in the running to be recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Cape Formentor

Cruise overnight to Cape Formentor, on the island of Mallorca. This peninsula is one of the must-see places to visit during a stay in Majorca. When you wake up, have breakfast on the yacht in front of this unique natural area, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2011. It is possible to make an excursion to enjoy the breathtaking landscapes of the Serra de Tramuntana massif. Go down to a peaceful cove for snorkeling.

Puerto de Sóller

Continue your cruise and drop anchor in Puerto de Soller. Stroll through the steep and mountainous town. Soak up the Balearic culinary culture in the town’s tapas bars and restaurants.

Puerto de Andratx

Further west, Puerto de Andratx is a charming fishing port with a lively atmosphere. Stroll ashore to discover this peaceful place. Take the opportunity to use the toys of your luxury yacht.

Palma de Mallorca

Palma de Mallorca is a must-see on your Balearic cruise. In the morning, take the time to admire the sunrise and you will surely have the chance to see dolphins. This magical moment is priceless and will amaze young and old alike.
Set foot on land to discover the old town by horse-drawn carriage. Stroll through the narrow streets, visit the art galleries, stores and admire the local crafts. Palma de Mallorca has inherited a rich and varied handicraft that ranges from jewelry to woodcarving, basketry, pottery, glassblowing, leatherwork and leather goods, perpetuating traditional crafts.You can also visit the magnificent Gothic Cathedral of Santa Maria.

The Island of Es Vedra

Anchor off the island of Es Vedra, which is part of the Natural Park of Es Vedra. It is a rocky island with magical powers. Legend has it that in ancient times, mermaids waited on the rocks to lure sailors, who would jump into the water and drown. Only Odysseus, thanks to his craftiness, was able to escape.
Dive into the water to snorkel.

Ibiza

Make a stop on the must-see island of Ibiza. In Ibiza Town, take an interest in its historical past and go up to the Castle of Eivissa.
At nightfall, take advantage of Ibiza’s famous festive atmosphere to party in one of the island’s famous clubs.

Formentera

Your last stop will allow you to rest after your festive passage in Ibiza. Formentera is an island, south of Ibiza. Relax in the crystal-clear water and then enjoy a seafood platter. If you feel like it, take a bike ride on the island.

Weather

The best period for your Balearic cruise is from April to June. The days are longer, the landscapes are greener and more flowery, the scents of the garrigue are diffused…

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