The Balearics

The Balearic islands are a hot spot for yachting in Spain. With the main islands consisting of Mallorca, Ibiza, Menorca and Formentera it bustles with diversity in nature, culture and nightlife.

Charter a yacht in the Balearics

The Balearic Islands are among the most popular sites in the western Mediterranean. You know the ones: Majorca, Minorca, Ibiza, and Formentera. Their long history stretches back to the ancient civilizations of Greece and Phoenicia, and there are traces of human habitation going back nearly 8,000 years. Too mainstream? The archipelago also contains many smaller islands, including Cabrera, just waiting to be explored. When the sun goes down, Ibiza becomes the world capital of colorful lights and beachfront dancing. There are also plenty of wineries on the Balearic Islands, and wine has been produced on these islands since Roman times. Looking to commune with nature? The four large islands alone have over 360 golden beaches. There are also several mysterious caves throughout the region, including the famous “Dragon Caves” on Majorca with their underground lake. The Cabrera Archipelago Maritime-Terrestrial National Park is home to many species of seabirds, and its waters teem with dolphins, whales and other marine life.

Day 1

Ibiza

Starting in Ibiza we will stop for snorkeling at cala Codolar. After about an hour of watersports, we will head down to Ibiza town and lay in the harbour of Ibiza marina, with a bustling nightlife and amazing restaurants. Around 10 PM we will arrange a dinner at a restaurant to enjoy the night filled with shows and entertainment.

Day 2

Formentera

On the second day, we will head towards the remote and unique island Formentera, where you will enjoy another day of snorkeling, watersports, clear water and unique landscape. Departure is at 10 pm, getting there at around 11 am and enjoying the sun and crystal blue waters till 5 pm when we settle course for the town of Denia, just in time for a spectacular dinner at Atticook Bruno Ruiz at 10 pm. After dinner we will stay overnight in Denia to get some well deserved rest.

Day 3

Palma de Mallorca

One of the most beautiful during the day and one of the most magical at night, the spectacular Bay of Palma, internationally renowned, casts a special light and catches everyone who arrives by sea. Dominated by the imposing silhouette of the cathedral, has a history full of legends, undiscovered corners, shopping for all tastes, a range of cultural and leisure endless and above all, a nautical tradition resulting in endless competitions and events related to the sea. Palma de Mallorca is the most cosmopolitan and multicultural Balearic connecting to the sea through a long promenade where everything can be found: gyms, restaurants, cafes, drinking area, spas, market, market, shops, hotels, parks... a world of entertainment, food and fun.

Day 4

Puerto Portals

One of Mallorca’s glamour spots, Puerto Portals is the place to see and be seen and, during the summer and you’re more than likely to catch a glimpse of a few famous faces. Paris Hilton, Brad Pitt, Jim Carrey, Jenson Button and Bill Gates are among the famous people who have been seen at Puerto Portals – it is often compared with Puerto Banus in Marbella. For a small marina, there is plenty of shopping to be done. Designer boutiques are the thing here including Billy’s Exclusive, D2 Fashion, Love Affair Fashion and Blue Marin amongst others. Here you can expect glitzy summer dresses, high-end swimwear and kimonos, fabulous shoes, handbags and more.

Day 5

Calas de Mallorca

From Palma to Port de Soller, we will come across some beautiful bays of Mallorca where you can relax and snorkel during the day. CALA DEIA A well-known hotspot for celebrities. In this bay is one of the best fish restaurants in Mallorca; Ca’s Patro March.

Day 6

Port de Soller

Port de Soller is a picturesque little village situated in a large horseshoe bay on the west coast of Mallorca. The seaside retreat was, until recently, one of the island's best-kept secrets. The churches of Sant Ramon de Penyafort and Santa Caterina are two important historical landmarks in the village. Those keen to venture a little further, walk to the 17th century Torre Picada which was once a watchtower. From this point, you will get some of the best views of Port de Soller and its surrounding scenic countryside. More museums and art galleries can be found in the neighbouring town of Soller. A particularly famous one is the Ca’n Prunera Museum, an art nouveau mansion.

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Yachts for charter in the Balearics

Coco De Mer

M/Y Coco de Mer is built by Sanlorenzo Yachts and is the latest generation yacht coming from the world renowned Italian yard.

4

Cabins

6

Guests

23.35m

Yacht length

€ 42.000

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Envy

ENVY is a mega yacht built by Lürssen, the most exclusive German shipyard in the world. Built-in 1995 and masterfully refitted from 2017 until 2020, with 41 metes length, 4 well-distributed decks, and several outdoor areas to enjoy the sun and the nature at its maximum splendour, ENVY will impress even the most demanding customers. Without any doubt, one of the most stylish and glamorous yachts in the Balearic Islands.

4

Cabins

12

Guests

41m

Yacht length

€ 89.000

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Tormenta

Tormenta is a great example of the very successful 620 series by world leader Lagoon. With a large and spacious cockpit, an expansive flybridge complete with bimini top and sun pads, and endless foredeck space, there is no shortage of places to enjoy the views and soak up the sun.

4

Cabins

12

Guests

18.80m

Yacht length

€ 16.900

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Lex

LEX is a Maiora 26 meters long, built-in 2007, and last refitted in 2018. Great lovers of art, the owners of LEX have personalized the interior with great works of important Spanish artists, giving LEX a personality that few yachts of her length possess.

4

Cabins

10

Guests

25.70 m

Yacht length

€ 42,000

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