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Balearic Islands

Cruise between Mallorca, Ibiza and Formentera

Embark in Palma and visit some of the best spots of Mallorca, Ibiza and Formentera: Port Andratx, Ibiza town, Sant Antoni de Portmany, La Sabina, Cabrera, Palma.

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Day 1 - Palma & Port Andratx

Commence your day in Palma de Mallorca and embark on your yacht.  Take your time to savor a leisurely breakfast, building anticipation for the upcoming journey. Your first destination is Port d’Andratx.

En route, you'll cruise past the popular three-fingered bay, Cala Portals Vells, known for its small beaches, beach bars, and restaurants. For a serene alternative, consider a stop at Cala Figuera, nestled between towering mountains, offering picturesque anchorages with water depths of around 10 meters. The charming cove invites you to take a refreshing swim and bask in the sun before continuing your journey.

Upon arrival at the former fishing harbor of Port d’Andratx, immerse yourself in the wonderfully relaxed atmosphere. The harbor exudes original charm, situated far from mass tourism and characterized by its natural allure. Unwind in one of the many bars, observing the local fishermen at work over a glass of champagne. Explore the small local boutiques or, if time allows, delve into the underwater beauty with a dive in the bay of Andratx.

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Day 2 - Ibiza Town

After a day in Port d’Andratx, cruise to Ibiza. The journey will take you across the open sea, and upon reaching the south coast of the island, consider making a few stops at the nearby bays. The picturesque bay of Cala Llonga, framed by towering cliffs, is an excellent choice, providing opportunities for swimming and diving. Along the bay, you'll find numerous restaurants.

Upon arrival in Ibiza Town, navigate towards one of the five marinas within the expansive harbor basin. Ensure you secure a mooring for your boat, especially during the busy summer months when marinas are in high demand. Ibiza Town boasts a well-developed infrastructure, ensuring constant activity in the town. In the evening, you can culminate your day at one of the many restaurants and bars. A notable recommendation is Restaurant Oliu, which offers creative interpretations of Mediterranean specialties crafted with regional and seasonal ingredients.

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Day 3 - Sant Antoni de Portmany



Take the time to savor a substantial breakfast before embarking on a 32-nautical-mile journey studded with numerous stunning bays. Consider a pause at Cala Portinatx, boasting three expansive sandy beaches where you can unwind and relish a snack at local restaurants and bars. For those inclined towards more active pursuits, the crystal-clear waters present opportunities for diving, snorkeling, and playing with the water toys.

As night falls, immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of the nightlife district of Sant Antoni de Portmany, or opt for a more serene evening in one of the many restaurants.

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Day 4 - La Savina

Continue your charter to the Spanish harbor town of La Savina on Formentera, passing through various bays like Cala Bassa. This expansive bay is surrounded by a gentle cliff and features a sandy beach in the southwest, allowing for anchoring just 10 meters from the popular bathing area. Indulge in Mediterranean delicacies at the Cala Bassa Beach Club, where pleasant music and a stylish ambiance complement the attentive service.

Around La Savina harbor, discover several small bars and restaurants offering authentic Spanish cuisine in a laid-back atmosphere. For a quieter setting, relish the picturesque view of Ibiza and Es Vedra from the yacht.

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Day 5 - Cabrera

Allow ample time for a leisurely breakfast as you prepare for the longest stretch of your journey—the captivating Goat Island of Cabrera. The route predominantly follows the sea path, gradually revealing the initial coastal contours of the island. Even along the coasts, expect breathtaking views. Upon reaching the island's buoys, take the opportunity to explore this nature-protected gem, rightfully dubbed "Mallorca's true treasure." Consider joining one of the guided tours to fully appreciate the island's beauty. In the evening, share your impressions with fellow guests at the island's sole bar before returning aboard.

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Day 6 - Palma


Embark on the final navigation of your charter, covering a relaxed 25 nautical miles. Departing Cabrera from the north, your leisurely return journey to Palma unfolds. Take a brief detour to explore the picturesque bay of Cala Pí, situated to the east of Cabo Blanco. The fjord-like coastline presents a striking sight, providing another chance to capture lasting holiday memories. Nestled in the wooded rocky gorge, Cala Pí's beach boasts a pristine sandy expanse, perfect for indulging in swimming and snorkeling. Treat yourself to a snack at the local chiringuito, offering refreshing cocktails and drinks.

As evening descends, the yacht gracefully docks in Palma, marking the end of your voyage. 

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