A 7-day yacht charter Itinerary to discover Mallorca on a Yacht. Visiting Palma, Andratx, Deia, Soller, Pollença, Cala Ratjada, Cala d'Or, Cabrera and Es Trenc. Embarking and disembarking in Palma.
Embark your yacht in Palma, the capital of the Balearic Islands, famous for its cosmopolitan atmosphere while still keeping its charm, culture and Mediterranean customs. On your first day, you will cruise to Puerto Andratx - one of the most spectacular natural harbours of the Islands, surrounded by beautiful coves with transparent waters. You will anchor at the beautiful Sant Elm for lunch at the famous Es Raor Restaurant, after lunch, we recommend you swim behind the beautiful Island of Dragonera while enjoying the sunset to then end the day in the Port with a dinner in one of the many great restaurants that Andratx has to offer.
Wake up to a fresh breakfast on board as you cruise towards Deià, on the northwest coast of Mallorca. Deià is one of the most beautiful villages of the island. We will cruise the sapphire waters of the northwest coast along the imposing Tramuntana Mountains and stop at Sa Foradada or Elephant Rock, as is known by many for a swim. Later Anchor off Deià to enjoy lunch a the popular Cas Patro March restaurant featured on The Night Manager series. After lunch head towards Port de Sóller, the final destination of the day, a picturesque, small coastal village which has become well known and popular particularly due to its historic tram, large bay with a protected harbour and scenic surroundings. As an old fishing harbour, it is also a great place to eat fish and seafood and the well-equipped marina makes it the best overnight stop on the northwest coast.
Leave Soller in the morning and head towards Pollença after breakfast drop anchor at Sa Calobra and take the Tender in to enjoy the beautiful Torrent de Pareis, a dry river that offers a breathtaking sight and crystal clear waters, have a fresh lunch on board and then head towards the Port of Pollença the northern Mallorca resort that inspired Agatha Christie to write a novel, and has attracted holidaymakers for centuries. After dropping anchor at the bay, take the tender in to enjoy a stroll along the stretch of the bay known as the Pine Walk. For a true sense of retro glamour, take a 10km ride beyond the town where the emblematic Hotel Formentor lies. Enjoying a privileged location hidden away on the natural paradise of the Formentor peninsula and with a sublime gastronomic offer, the hotel has a history all of its own. Grace Kelly and Prince Ranier honeymooned here, and throughout the decades a long list of glitterati booked in, including Elizabeth Taylor, Audrey Hepburn, Winston Churchill, and Charlie Chaplin.
Depart Pollença and head towards Cala Ratjada, drop anchor off Cala Agulla or Cala Mesquida for lunch onboard and at the end of the day enter the old port of Cala Ratjada which still has traditional character and charm, with numerous fishing boats, including the traditional Mallorcan llaüt. Nearby are excellent beaches, and several can be seen on a promenade walk from the tamarind-shaded little beach of Cala Gat all the way to the stony cove of Sa Pedruscada, with its tiny fisherman’s cottages, passing through the sandy beach of Cala Moll.
As we head south we see the Mallorcan coast become dryer and lower as we enter the Municipality of Santanyi, the waters become turquoise given the sandy bottom of the sea, we recommend stopping at Cala Sa Nau for lunch before heading to the natural harbour of Cala D'or, moor at the Marina de Cala d'Or located in the well-protected bay of Cala Llonga, which lends its name to the waterfront avenue lined with restaurants and bars and enjoy dinner in one of the many busy restaurants that Cala d'Or has to offer.
After breakfast on shore, cruise south towards the Island of Cabrera, as a protected national park, there is an abundance of birds, marine life, flora and fauna and a permit is required to visit the Island which our team will organise for you. Discover cormorants, hawks, ospreys or dolphins, among many other animals on your way to the Island, once in the bay of Cabrera get off the boat and discover the history of the island during the French war, and finally enjoy dinner on board and enjoy the clear sky and sparkling waters the natural park offers.
After breakfast in Cabrera, head towards the with its Caribbean blue waters and bright white sand that extends over 2 kilometres along the south of the island. Located between the popular beach resort town, Colonia San Jordi, the flat wetlands of Ses Salines, where some of the best salt in the Balearics is produced, and Sa Rapita, Es Trenc is the perfect relaxing stop before heading to Palma to end your charter.