Spain & The Balearics Yacht Charters

Considering chartering a yacht on the Meditteranean coast of Spain? There’s every reason to think that’s a good idea… With its 1,660 kilometers of spectacular coastal mainland to explore as well as its famous Mediterranean island group, the Balearics, it’s no wonder Spain is one of the most alluring countries in Europe for chartering a yacht.

The coastal cities of Spain’s Marbella, Barcelona and Valencia offer typically characteristic architecture, magnificent cuisine, and world-class attractions. Barcelona is world renowned for its stylish, out-of-this-world architecture as well as the hustle and bustle of the famous Las Ramblas. Valencia, Spain’s glamour city, is home to the astonishing architecture of The Valencia Arts and Sciences complex, has excellent restaurants and beach bars and a sensational shopping precinct. Marbella, meanwhile, is a top-notch resort offering an array of water sports, fishing and dolphin-watching.

Charting a yacht in Spain would also bring you the delights of The Balearic Islands, an archipelago off the east coast of Spain in the Mediterranean. Mallorca (Majorca), the largest island, is known for its beaches, scenic coastline and the Serra de Tramuntana mountains to the north. Palma, the capital city, is known for its Gothic cathedral with an altar canopy by modern architect Antoni Gaudí. The other islands of Menorca, Ibiza, and Formentera add to this Mediterranean playground open to our charter yacht guests. Menorca is particularly partial to showing off her beaches and makes for the most spectacular sunning of oneself and enjoying some tranquility. Ibiza, on the other hand, is well known as ‘the party island’, and that said she certainly does throw a good bash, however, Ibiza has a quieter side as well, stunning scenery, exceptional restaurants and fabulous coves to explore.
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Sample Itinerary for Spain & the Balearics

Arrive at the airport to meet your taxi for a short drive to Mallorca’s biggest town, Palma. Palma boasts one of the largest marinas in Europe and is abuzz with activity and wonderful sights. Enjoy the Paseo Maritimo, visit the beautiful cathedral, and explore the lively back streets that ignite with music, great restaurants, and fantastic bars.

Just around from Palma is the well-protected Cala Portals Vells. Once you have entered the anchorage, there is a fine restaurant, Es Répos, on the port side, where you can enjoy fabulous fresh seafood as well as gourmet meat dishes and tapas. If you’d prefer to remain on your charter yacht, your afternoon can be spent sunning yourself, snorkeling, and exploring the natural caves in the nearby coves.

The island of Cabrera is part of the Maritime-Terrestrial National Parks group of islands located 7 miles south of Mallorca. As one of the most spectacular and surprising spots on the Balearic Islands and one of the most beautiful gems of the Mediterranean, it is no wonder that only 50 yachts are permitted in the area per day and a permit is required to obtain a mooring buoy for the night. Swim and snorkel in clear waters or take a gentle hike up to the interesting Na Picamosques, the highest point on Cabrera.
Only 10 NM away from Cabrera is Colonia Sant Jordi. Originally an agricultural and fishing village, Colonia de Sant Jordi is now a busy resort. The hotels in the bay offer a wide variety of water sports from tubing, kayaking to jet-ski rentals. Located along the D’es Port beach along the Carrer Gabriel Roca are many bars and restaurants with fantastic views across the bay. The Marisol Restaurant has an extensive list of fresh fish and seafood on offer and during the summer season. Alongside the wonderful waterfront restaurants and bars, local markets selling fresh fruit, vegetables and souvenirs are held in Colonia Sant Jordi on Wednesdays
Enjoy a long, white beach to soak up the sun, or explore the fairly quiet resort town of Sa Rapita. Marina Sa Rapit has full services: water, fuel, and provisions.
Snorkel and swim in calm, exquisite turquoise waters, or relax on a fine white sand beach. Or take a scuba dive for a deeper exploration of this gorgeous part of the Mediterranean where you’ll expect to see schools of fish, octopuses, and crabs. For the more laid back experience, a lovely little beach bar offers a wide selection of cocktails and refreshments.
Be sure to get an early start to enjoy the last days on the water, sailing past S’Arenal into the Bay of Palma. Palma has so much to offer you could spend weeks and not see it all. Small alleyways, bars, and tapas restaurants will delight you on your last night, while you review your Mallorca sailing vacation.
Please note, this is a sample itinerary designed to whet your appetite and by no means depicts your expectations or limits available options. Crewed Charter Yacht Vacations will work with you to ensure your IDEAL itinerary is finalized.
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