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Regular event
Balearic Islands cruise

Balearic Islands cruise

Duration

Regular event

Team level

Beginners

Activity level

Moderate

Event Language

Russian, English
Balearic Islands cruise
About event

Start:Avinguda de Santa Eulària des Riu, 17, 07800 Eivissa, Illes Balears, Spain

Finish:Puerto de Palma de Mallorca, Spain

Balearic Islands cruise

We have prepared several routes for the summer of 2020 in the Balearic Islands, depending on the number of days of the vacation:

Ibiza-Mallorca-Menorca - 14 days

Yachts are available from May to November 2020.

On each cruise, you will have your own skipper and cook, and you won’t have to think about what to cook today and how to moor the yacht. You will just enjoy your vacation and be recharged for the rest of the year!

Fuel and mooring fees are included.

Welcome aboard!

Events schedule

  • Day one

    We sail every week. Check-in is possible at any time of the day.

    Ibiza

    We are waiting for all the participants in our adventure. This day will be devoted to getting to know the yacht, the skipper and each other, as well as buying food.

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  • Day two

    Formentera

    Being just a few kilometers from Ibiza with its active nightlife, the small island of Formentera helps those who needs rest for their bodies and soul. On this island, almost untouched by civilization, you can forget you can relax listening to the sea lullaby on snow-white sand.

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  • Day three

    Cala Longa

    Cala Longa Beach is one of the most popular beaches among tourists. It is situated in the municipality of Santa Eulalia del Rio on the island of Ibiza in the Mediterranean Sea.

    Here you will see a magnificent wide sandy beach, which is located in a picturesque bay. Sheer cliffs surround Cala Longa from all sides. This is one of the most popular beaches for families with children, as the sea is shallow. There are sun loungers, umbrellas, hammocks, showers, bars, restaurants, shops, a playground, lifeguards and much more.

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  • Day four

    Sailing to the island of Palma de Mallorca

    On the way, we will catch tuna, eat sashimi or cook delicious fish soup. We will arrive at the port in the evening.

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  • Day five

    Palma de Mallorca

    You can stroll along the promenade to the cathedral and walk along the central streets of Mallorca. You will fall in love with beautiful architecture, fountains, cascades, and monuments. And you will for sure want to come again to this beautiful island! In the evening there will be dinner from the chef.

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  • Day six

    Colonia Sant Jordi

    One of the bays of beautiful Mallorca. Here you can ride through the local cozy streets on a train, visit the cactus park, sunbathe on the white sand beach, and dine in the Spanish restaurant with home cooking in the evening.

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  • Day seven

    Porto Cristo

    From here we will go to explore the underground lake in the Dragon Cave - the most unusual attraction of Mallorca.

    Cala Ratjiata

    In this place, according to tourists, there are the best beaches. If you want to see the sights in the city you can visit the Sa Torre Cega estate and the lighthouse Far de Capdepera. It started working back in 1861, and if you climb a hill with the lighthouse, you will see beautiful views and even the neighboring island of Menorca.

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  • Day eight

    Cala Ratjiata

    In this place, according to tourists, there are the best beaches. If you want to see the sights in the city you can visit the Sa Torre Cega estate and the lighthouse Far de Capdepera. It started working back in 1861, and if you climb a hill with the lighthouse, you will see beautiful views and even the neighboring island of Menorca.

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  • Day nine

    Sailing to Menorca

    Today, we will sail from one island to another. We hope we will catch the tuna and the chef will prepare delicious sashimi or fish soup for the crew. We will at the port in the late afternoon.

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  • Day ten

    Menorca - Mahon

    On this day we will explore the sights of the island. We can rent a car and drive around the beautiful island, visit the capital of the island (as well as the birthplace of mayonnaise) - the town of Mahon, see the La Mola fortress and the castle of San Filipe, Plaza de España and the Arc de Triomphe. Gourmets can drop by a gin factory! Here you can taste and buy excellent gin. We also recommend trying strong drinks: palo and calent with a pleasant cinnamon aroma, which is usually drunk hot.

    In the evening, there will be dinner in the tavern or onboard.

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  • Day eleven

    Port de Alcudia

    Magnificent beaches with azure water and white sand are waiting for you! In the old town of Alcudia, you will see the remains of the walls, old houses, the Gothic church of St. Jaume and Orator de Santa Anna, the building of the Can Torro library, the gate of Ksar and St. Sebastian of the 14th century, the ruins of Roman houses in Pollentia, the Roman theater and much more. You can explore everything yourself, or you can join a sightseeing tour with a guide.

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  • Day twelve

    Port de Soller

    This is a beautiful little town located in one of Mallorca’s most beautiful bays. It is in a horseshoe shape. Surrounded by the mountains of Tramuntana, this city combines the best - a magnificent view of the mountains and a view of the sea. Port de Soller is also a great place for walking and hiking. Less than an hour-long climb leads you to Cap Gros lighthouse with a panoramic view of the bay and mountains behind; a longer walk along the rock garden and olive groves will lead you to the old road, which leads to Dei to Soller.

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  • Day thirteen

    On this day, we will return to the port of Palma de Mallorca. You will have time to walk along the hospitable streets if Palma, and in the evening we are going to have a farewell dinner.

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  • Day fourteen

    Exchange of photos and impressions about the vacations, saying goodbye to the crew and leaving the yacht.

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Location

Mallorca, Spain

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