Sailing the Mallorcan Magic: A Week-long Yacht Adventure from Palma de Mallorca, Spain

Embark on a 7-day yacht charter journey from Palma de Mallorca, Spain, exploring secluded coves, historic sites, and savoring Mediterranean delights with our expert itinerary.

Sailing the Mallorcan Magic: A Week-long Yacht Adventure from Palma de Mallorca, Spain

Palma de Mallorca, the capital of Spain's Balearic Islands, is a blend of Gothic architecture, bustling marinas, and sun-kissed beaches. With its majestic cathedral, historic old town, and the allure of the Mediterranean, Palma de Mallorca is a dream destination for sailors and history enthusiasts alike. Spain, celebrated for its diverse landscapes, rich history, and culinary wonders, offers a myriad of maritime adventures. Palma de Mallorca, with its world-class museums, vibrant nightlife, and azure waters, emerges as a captivating starting point for a yacht charter expedition.

Setting sail from Palma de Mallorca, the Mediterranean unveils tales of ancient civilizations, untouched coves, and gastronomic wonders. The nearby Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage site, beckons with its allure. Each day on this journey is a new chapter, filled with discoveries that resonate with the spirit of Mallorca.

Day 1: Palma de Mallorca to Cala Portals Vells (10 miles)

Begin your voyage by sailing to Cala Portals Vells, a serene bay surrounded by pine forests. Drop anchor and explore the bay's beaches and nearby caves. For dinner, indulge in "Tumbet," a traditional Mallorcan vegetable dish, at a local tavern.

Day 2: Cala Portals Vells to Port d'Andratx (15 miles)

Sail to Port d'Andratx, a picturesque harbor town surrounded by mountains. Moor and explore the town's vibrant streets and artisan shops. Relish "Sobrasada," a Mallorcan sausage delicacy, at a seafront eatery.

Day 3: Port d'Andratx to Sóller (20 miles)

Set course for Sóller, a town known for its orange groves and historic railway. Anchor and explore the town's historic sites and vibrant markets. For dinner, try "Frit Mallorquí," a traditional meat and vegetable fry-up.

Day 4: Sóller to Cala Deià (5 miles)

Continue to Cala Deià, a small shingle beach surrounded by cliffs. Drop anchor and enjoy the beach's clear waters and natural beauty. Savor "Ensaimada," a traditional Mallorcan pastry, at a local café.

Day 5: Cala Deià to Cala Agulla (40 miles)

Sail to Cala Agulla, a sandy beach surrounded by pine forests. Moor and hike in the surrounding areas to discover hidden viewpoints. Relish "Pa amb oli," a traditional bread with tomato and olive oil, at a beachside tavern.

Day 6: Cala Agulla to Cala Millor (10 miles)

Head to Cala Millor, a popular beach resort with a long sandy beach. Drop anchor and explore the resort's vibrant promenade and entertainment options. For dinner, savor "Llom amb col," pork wrapped in cabbage, at a local restaurant.

Day 7: Cala Millor back to Palma de Mallorca (40 miles)

Conclude your journey by returning to Palma de Mallorca. Before you moor, take a moment to admire the city's majestic cathedral, bustling marina, and historic old town from the sea. Once ashore, explore Palma's world-class museums and for your final meal, savor "Arròs brut," a traditional Mallorcan rice dish, as a delightful end to your journey.

Embarking on a yacht charter from Palma de Mallorca is an invitation to immerse oneself in the Mediterranean's diverse tapestry. With, you're not just booking a yacht; you're unlocking a world of experiences. From the serene beaches of Cala Portals Vells to the vibrant streets of Palma, let us guide you through the heart of Mallorca. Set your compass with us and let the spirit of the Mediterranean guide your journey.