Start:Nord de Palma District, Balearic Islands, Spain
Finish:Nord de Palma District, Balearic Islands, Spain
If you like the sea, wind and sails, in September we invite you to go on a sailing trip to the Balearic Islands. Mallorca, Ibiza and the Mediterranean Sea are what we will enjoy for two weeks sailing.
This time of year, in the Mediterranean Sea there are almost ideal sailing conditions. The hottest days of summer are over, and the velvet season begins.
We have prepared an interesting route, full of unique attractions and all kinds of entertainment. You will have new interesting acquaintances, an excellent program, stunning nature of the Balearic Islands, golden beaches with night swimming, comfortable yachts, sails full of wind and, of course, parties in the most clubby island of the Earth.
from €700 / 7(7) days / 1pers.
Palma de Mallorca.
We will start our journey from the island of Mallorca, its capital - the city of Palma de Mallorca, one of the largest and most ancient ports in the Mediterranean.
Meeting of the crews at 15-00 at the Arenal marina, located near the city. Buying groceries. Acceptance of yachts. Registration of documents. Crew accommodation. Safety briefing. Sightseeing.
In the city, you can enjoy the architecture of palaces and cathedrals belonging to both the Moorish past and the Christian culture.
Palma de Mallorca - Ibiza.
We will wake up at 02-00 and sail across the night sea towards the island of Ibiza. Already on the first night, you will be lucky enough to experience the romance of night crossings. The starry sky, the sound of waves, and the flickering of receding lighthouses on the shore.
We will arrive in the world capital of parties and discos. Life here begins at sunset, fashionable shops, pre-party bars, where all parties take place before going to the club, club life begins at night.
Ibiza - Formentera.
After breakfast, we will make a small promenade around the city, after which we will sail to the island of Formentera in the place of La Savina. On the way, we will drop anchor near Playa d'en Bossa. From here, a stunning view of the coastline panorama opens up.
Formentera, a small island belonging to the Balearic archipelago, is the quietest of the four islands. An island of tranquility covered with greenery, the best place to relax after two nights full of impressions. Evening promenade along the embankment, followed by dinner on board or in one of the island's restaurants.
Formentera - Sant Antoni de Portmany.
And again we are heading for Ibiza, but this time for the north-western part of it in the town of Sant Antoni, the second party town of the island.
Now, it is one of the most popular romantic destinations in the world. The beach alley elegantly encircles the port, the picturesque harbor, the sandy beach, the famous Cafe Del Mar, the singing fountains in the central square and, of course, stunning sunsets.
Sant Antoni de Portmany - Ibiza
From Sant Antoni we will again sail towards the capital of the island. On the way, we will make a stop for swimming in the open sea and lunch on board, and then we will stay in the already known marina. We got to know the city during our last visit, and the further plan will include trips to restaurants, bars, pubs, cafes, clubs and night swimming on the beach.
Ibiza - Santa Eulalia del Río.
Our next stop will be Santa Eulalia, the third largest resort in Ibiza. At one time, the resort was chosen by European hippies, and now the world-famous hippie market reminds about it. We also recommend visiting the Puig de Missa hill, where the church is located, from which a stunning view opens.
Santa Eulalia del Río - Palma de Mallorca.
So the first week of our trip is coming to an end, and we are heading to the island of Mallorca to the Arenal marina, from which we will go to Palma to celebrate the end of the first week of the trip in one of the cozy restaurants.
The Balearic islands