Spain & The Balearics
The southeast coastline of Spain is home to some of the most exciting cities and the best cuisine in the world. From the world-class distinctive architecture of Barcelona to the delicious seafood and unique culture of Valencia and the nearby Balearic islands, this is the perfect yacht charter destination for foodies who love an adventure.
What’s more, there’s perhaps nothing more compelling for anyone on a charter yacht than the islands of Ibiza, Menorca, and Mallorca. Wild landscapes, blissful sunshine, and coastal towns steeped in history and home to amazing cuisine that’s world famous for very good reasons ensure that Spain and islands should be a stop on your Mediterranean yacht charter.
DAY ONE: Palma and Cabrera Island
Starting from the iconic capital of Palma you will cruise to the protected nature reserve island of Cabrera.
DAY TWO: Cabrera Island and Ibiza Town, Ibiza
Take a stroll through the cobbled streets of Ibiza’s Old Town before enjoying sunset drinks in the harbour. Known for its vibrant nightlife, there are a variety of clubs and sophisticated bars in the island’s Old Town.
DAY THREE: Ibiza Town and Formentera Island
Head to the island of Formentera for some R&R; it’s a beach lover’s paradise with white sands and turquoise waters and spas known for their therapeutic mud baths.
DAY FOUR: Formentera Island, Isla Verda
Cruise along the southern coast of Ibiza and anchor at the rock island of Verda for lunch. And why not snorkel around the impressive rock formation before heading ashore for the local speciality of paella at Es Boldado?
DAY FIVE: Isla Verda and Andraitx, Mallorca
Leave Ibiza in the early morning and cruise back to Mallorca for a relaxing day of water sports surrounding by the towering cliff of Cabo de la MolaVenture.
DAY SIX: Andraitx and Puerto Soller
Spend the day in the circular bay of Puerto Soller, where you can go ashore to the mountain town of Soller and it’s cobbled streets, 16th century church, and numerous cafes and restaurants, including the famous La Residencia.
DAY SEVEN: Puerto Soller and Pollensa
The peaceful coves around Formentor and Pollensa are perfect for a relaxing day on board, or head ashore for a round of golf in an unparalleled natural setting.
DAY EIGHT: Pollensa and Cala Morell, Menorca
Next is the peaceful island of Menorca, where you can swim in the clear waters around the white sandy beaches of Cala Algayarens and Cala Morell.
DAY NINE: Cala Morell and Palma, Mallorca
Travel overnight to Mallorca and arise just off Puerto Portals, where you can spend the morning exploring the bustling port including Palma’s iconic gothic Cathedral and Old Town.