Balearic Islands

Four main islands make up the natural beauty of the Balearic Islands. With approximately 300 days of sunshine a year, crystal blue water, and warm sandy beaches, this is the ideal place for a relaxing yachting destination. The largest city of Palma, Mallorca, is known as a yachting hub. Just beyond this city, find unspoiled anchorages only reachable by yacht. Menorca is on “island time” and has the best beaches to reflect that. This village is also the location of UNESCO protected relics, making this a must-see spot for historians. Looking for nightlife? Ibiza is where it’s at. On this party island, you can also find beautiful secluded beaches to relax and recover. The small island of Formentera, is enveloped by miles of tranquil beaches. The Balearics are the perfect island-hopping destination whether you want to relax on the beach, frolick in the water, or spend the night on the town.

Sample Itinerary


Day 1 - Palma to Isla de Cabrera

Start the day at beautiful Paseo Maritimo where you board your yacht and head for the calming Isla de Cabrera. Tour the 14th century castle or get familiar with the toys on your home away from home.

Day 2 - Isla de Cabrera to Ibiza

After your 70-mile trip to Ibiza, spend the day exploring a cave with a Greek temple inside. Then shop and dance until the wee hours of the morning. With boutiques open until 2am and bars open till 4am, the fun is endless!

Day 3 - Ibiza to Formentera

Called “The Last Paradise of the Med”, Formentera is the perfect place to recover from a busy evening. With rosemary, palms, and pines around every corner, relax on the calm sandy beaches. Dine on seafood tapas, and enjoy a glass of champagne in the small town of Es Pujols.

Day 4 - Formentera to Andratx

This old city, built like fortress, had to ward off pirates long ago. Today this picturesque harbor is filled with boutique shops, and a nearby golf course complete with a 2,000-foot par five hole.


Day 5 - Andratx to Purto Sóller

The El Faro lighthouse stands tall at the entrance of this horshoe shaped harbor. Climb the lighthouse for stunning 360-degree views. Jump in a taxi to the small nearby village of Deia and enjoy this UNESCO World Heritage Site complete with ancient olive trees and orange groves.


Day 6 - Purto Sóller to Puerto Pollensa

Travel around the Devil’s Tail, Cabo de Formentor, and stop into the harbor of Pollensa sitting at the foot of the Tramuntana Mountains. These calm waters are great for getting out those water toys, and basking in the sun. Go ashore to dine at the romantic Hotel Formentor, where Princess Grace and Prince Rainier honeymooned.


Day 7 - Puertos Pollensa to Palm

Take in the view of the massive cathedral on the shore of Mallorca. Walk through the Gothic cathedral known as La Seu (Her) or explore the cobblestone streets to find some last minute Spanish wine. 
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