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Balearic Islands

8 days charter to visit Mallorca from the sea

Mallorca offers many amazing excursions and beautiful landscapes but visiting Mallorca fro the sea is a unique experience. During this charter you will have the chance to visit the best spots as: 

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Day 1 - Port Alcudia

Start your Balearic Islands yacht charter in the vibrant resort town of Port d'Alcúdia, situated on the northeastern side of Mallorca. As one of Mallorca's largest ports, it attracts a diverse array of visitors seeking an enjoyable beach holiday. The renowned Playa de Alcudia, adorned with the prestigious Blue Flag for its beauty and sustainability, offers something for everyone, whether you're inclined toward watersports or a day of leisure under a shaded umbrella.

Families will delight in the proximity of Hidropark, where youngsters can frolic in pools, experience thrilling waterslides, and engage in a round of mini-golf. For the adults, the nearby Golf Alcanada presents a picturesque 18-hole course with panoramic views of the bay, a clubhouse nestled in a 400-year-old Mallorcan mansion, and a multilingual PGA golf school. For a touch of cultural exploration, venture inland to the Medieval village of Alcúdia, boasting architecture influenced by Roman, Phoenician, and Arab heritage.

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Day 2 - Cala Millor

Cala Millor boasts its most prominent feature — a sprawling Blue Flag beach with expansive sandy shores. The beach's shallow and crystalline waters make it an excellent choice for families seeking relaxation. This popular resort town provides an array of amenities along the coastline, including lounge chairs and watersport rentals. Whether you wish to try windsurfing or engage in some family-friendly sandcastle building, the beach accommodates diverse interests.

As a bustling resort locale, Cala Millor offers a paved promenade lined with souvenir shops, cafes, and bars, facilitating seamless transitions between beachside activities, shopping, and dining. Just south of the beach, a designated nature reserve unfolds, featuring the Castel d'Amer watchtower fort. 

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Day 3 - Porto Cristo

Explore the diverse attractions around Porto Cristo, highlighted by the must-visit Cuevas del Drach, or 'dragon caves.' This unique experience unfolds as you traverse the caves on foot and then embark on a boat trip across Lake Martel, one of the world's largest underground lakes. The journey culminates with a captivating violin concert on the water. Porto Cristo's natural rock formations make it a magnet for cave and scuba divers, offering opportunities for hiking, biking, snorkeling, and kayaking.

While the town is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, it also boasts a rich history as a former Roman port with a lineage dating back 4000 years. Delve into the local culture, where food plays a central role in the lives of Mallorcans. Porto Cristo hosts various food festivals during the summer, adding a flavorful dimension to your visit. For those inclined towards the performing arts, Manacor hosts a theater festival from September to November, providing an additional cultural experience.

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Day 4 - Caló des Moro

Navigate to the southern tip of the island, where you'll discover the enchanting Calo des Moro—a true slice of paradise. Once a hidden gem in Mallorca, this small, secluded beach has now gained popularity as a sought-after holiday destination, especially during the summer months. Surrounded by towering cliffs, lush greenery, and the crystal-clear turquoise waters of the Mediterranean Sea, Calo des Moro's breathtaking beauty is sure to captivate you.

While accessing the beach by land can be challenging, anchoring your yacht for the day provides easy entry. Enjoy ample opportunities for swimming and snorkeling, and bask in the sun from the comfort of your yacht when the beach becomes crowded. Due to its remote location, Calo des Moro lacks facilities, eateries, or drink options. Consider having your onboard chef prepare provisions for the day in Porto Cristo.

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Day 5 - Cabrera Island

Indulge in a day of complete relaxation as you cruise south towards Cabrera Island's national park. This pristine sanctuary remains largely untouched, devoid of any significant human population. Instead, the island boasts a rich diversity of birds, lizards, and occasional marine visitors such as dolphins, orcas, and sea turtles. Explore the 14th-century castle that overlooks the harbor, and make sure to visit the visitor's center and a charming small gift shop.

Engage in activities like hiking through the scenic hills or enjoying a refreshing swim directly off the yacht. Cabrera Island's national park provides a unique opportunity to savor a picnic lunch in tranquil isolation, as its remote location deters large crowds, offering you a serene and exclusive experience.

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Day 6 - Portals Vells

As you navigate back to Mallorca, explore the picturesque southwestern coast and reach the quaint village of Portals Vells. Anchor in the serene cove and immerse yourself in activities like swimming, snorkeling, and hiking in nearby caves. Portals Vells comprises three secluded beaches, each offering its unique highlights.

Sa Caleta, the main beach, is nestled amidst stunning pine forests and rocky hills, providing a tranquil atmosphere. Rent sunbeds, lounge chairs, and umbrellas, and savor Mediterranean specialties at the cozy local restaurant. Just north lies El Mago, a smaller nudist beach with soft, white sand and a convenient onsite bar. The largest among them, Playa del Rei, is ideal for swimming and boasts interesting rock formations, creating captivating photo opportunities.

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Day 7 - Port Andratx

Make a delightful stop at the picturesque fishing village of Port D'Andratx. Renowned as one of Mallorca's most sophisticated holiday destinations, it has maintained its allure among celebrities and the yachting community. The charming harbor boasts a modernized waterfront adorned with vibrant bars, restaurants, and cafes, with the Club de Vela yacht club standing out for its breathtaking views.

Indulge in a glass of sangria and some paella at the yacht club's restaurant, soaking in the scenic beauty of the harbor, surrounded by verdant hills. If your visit coincides with a Sunday, relish a brunch experience at the Liedtke Museum, housed in an exquisite villa overlooking the sea. Beyond its art gallery, the museum hosts live music and film screenings throughout the year, adding to the cultural richness of your visit.

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Day 8 - Port Soller


Discover the allure of Port de Soller, a quaint village nestled within a sweeping horseshoe bay on the picturesque west coast of Mallorca. Enhanced by the majestic peaks of the Tramuntana mountains that encircle it, this well-protected port boasts a sandy beach and a charming pedestrian promenade. A mere 3 kilometers (2 miles) inland lies the town of Soller, accessible through a valley. An enchanting vintage tram connects Port de Soller to Soller, offering passengers a scenic journey through lemon, orange, and olive groves. Immerse yourself in the local culture by perusing art galleries and admiring the stone architecture that reflects Mallorca's rich history.

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