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.
In the morning, the participants of the first week leave the yachts.
The participants of the second week meet at 15-00 in the Arenal marina, located near the city. Buying groceries. Registration of documents. Crew accommodation. Safety briefing. Evening promenade to the Bellver Castle and restaurants with seafood
Palma de Mallorca - Cabrera.
After breakfast, we will sail to a small picturesque island located south of Mallorca. This island is the Archipielago de Cabrera National Park, which is one of the best nature reserves of the entire Mediterranean coast.
For the night we will anchor in one of the picturesque bays of the island, and before that we will walk around this uninhabited place. The main attraction is the 14th century fortress, which offers stunning views of the bay and neighboring islands.
Cabrera - Porto Cristo.
Next, we will sail back towards the island of Mallorca, but this time we will sail to the small town of Porto Cristo, located on the east coast of the island. A well-groomed embankment, ancient architecture, restaurants, cafes and bars - you will spend great time in this seaside town.
The main attraction of Porto Cristo is the Cuevas del Drach, or the Dragon Caves. This unique stalactite-stalagmite complex, which is very popular among tourists, is a real palace created by nature itself.
Porto Cristo - Alcudia.
On this day we will go to Alcudia, a city located in the northeastern part of the island. The coastline is about 8 km long, and the local beaches are considered one of the best in the Mediterranean.
The most popular places in Alcudia are concentrated in the port area and in the Cuidad Blanca, or Golden Mile. We also recommend a stroll through the Old Town, located just three kilometers inland.
Alcudia - Port de Soller
The next point of our route is the Port de Soller - small town located in the northern part of the island, surrounded by mountainous headlands and the sea.
From the port to the city center there is a tram, on which we will get to the central square, where you can walk around the Old Town. Porte de Soller is a great hiking area, with Cap Gros Lighthouse less than an hour away, offering stunning views of the mountains and the bay.
Port de Soller - Port de Andratx
The next day we will go to Andrijch, a small town nestled among olive and almond groves in the east of Mallorca, at the foot of Puig de Galatzo. The main attraction of the city is the fortified church of Santa Maria, the construction of which dates back to the 13th century.
In the evening we will go to see this small town
Port de Andratx - Palma de Mallorca
We will come back to the home marina. After arrival, we propose to go to Palma for a walk, and then mark the end of the trip in one of the city's restaurants.
The next day Saturday morning, unfortunately, we will say goodbye to our yachts
The Balearic islands