The capital of the island, Palma de Mallarca, or commonly referred to as Palma, enjoys a fantastic climate throughout the year. It is known for its marvellous historic quarter, beautiful beaches, lively social scene and is a popular spot for yachts making this their permanent berth year round. Dominating Palma’s beautiful landscape is it’s wonderful historical buildings, with the unmissable 13th Century Gothic Cathedral (La Seu), the Moorish Almudaina Fortress and the 13th Century hilltop Bellver Castle. From palm trees to pine forests, beaches and architecture, the variety of the landscape & culture invites visitors to explore every corner of this wonderful city.
The tiny island of Cabrera, just south of Mallorca, forms an archipelego with 17 other islands that make up the Cabrera National Park. With its majestic natural harbour, it is not particularly well known, but full of history as it has seen Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Byzantines and Romans pass through its soil. The island is rich in fauna and flora and is a paradise for divers. One of the main attractions here is the Blue Grotto cave, reachable only by boat.
Without a visit to Fomentera, your Balearics charter would not be complete. The smallest of the Balearic Islands, it is situated 11 km from the south-east coast of Ibiza. It has an exclusive air about it, with its breathtaking beaches, transparent water and peaceful bays off which to anchor. Formentera is a paradise for water sports enthusiasts. After diving, kayaking or diving, you can indulge ina relaxing mud bath at the tiny Isla Espalmador. It is the perfect place to relax and forget about the world around you.
Due to its traditional architecture or “finca”, Ibiza is often referred to as the White Island, and is one of the world’s most popular island destinations. Ibiza is the perfect place to sail to for it’s renowned nightlife and great entertainment, which isn’t just reserved for the night clubs; after sunset, Ibiza caters to street markets, terrace bars and summer concerts. You don’t only have to visit Ibiza for its party-til-dawn activities – large portions of the island are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, protecting it from large scale development and preserving its cultural heritage
The picturesque Port d’Andratx lies 5 km from its inland namesake. This stylish little port town has an exceptionally well maintained port with yacht club and over 450 berths. Here you can enjoy the café culture & shopping scene. For golfers, there is an 18 hole golf course near Camp de Mar. An excursion to the traditional town of Andratx, situated in beautiful countryside, inland from the port town, is a culture and history feast. The CCA Andratx is home to wonderful art and interesting exhibitions. The tightly packed, quaint narrow streets make for an authentic charming stop on your charter.