The Balearic Islands

The Fantastic Four

The Balearic Islands are a fantastic playground for yacht charter. With the islands of Minorca, Majorca, Ibiza and Formentera, each of them hides true gems waiting to be explored, with incredible places only accessible by sea. A top destination for sailors, combining natural beauty, rich history and vibrant culture.

Enchanting waters and islands with distinct personalities

The Balearic archipelago is surrounded by deep blue waters offering exceptional clarity. These seas are a dream for divers, snorkelers and anyone who loves swimming. The calm waters and picturesque anchorages are perfect for serene sailing.

Each island has its unique character. Majorca, with its capital Palma, offers a combination of cultural life, beautiful beaches and majestic mountains. Minorca, declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, is a haven of natural peace. Ibiza, famous for its nightlife, is also rich in natural beauty, while Formentera captivates with its idyllic beaches and crystal-clear waters.

History and culture at your fingertips

The history of the Balearic Islands dates back thousands of years. From prehistoric ruins to medieval citadels and charming cobbled streets, history is everywhere. Palma, with its majestic cathedral and Almudaina Palace, is a must-visit for history and architecture enthusiasts.

Modern and welcoming ports

The Balearic Islands have a full range of ports and marinas to accommodate yachts of all sizes. From Marina de Formentera to Port Adriano in Majorca, as well as the ports of Ibiza, the facilities are modern and the services are of high quality, ensuring a comfortable and memorable stopover.

Must-visit mediterranean pearls

The Balearic Islands are one of the must-visit destinations in the Mediterranean and the perfect place to enjoy the peace and serenity that only the Mediterranean can offer. With a temperate climate year-round, the Balearic Islands are a true paradise for a yacht charter getaway.

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Exquisite mediterranean cuisine

The Balearic Islands are full of culinary delights that reflect their Mediterranean heritage. Dishes made with fresh seafood, local specialties like "sobrasada" or "ensaimada," and locally produced wines provide an unparalleled culinary experience.

Activities for every taste

In addition to sailing, the islands offer a multitude of activities. Whether it's golfing in Majorca, hiking in the hills of Minorca, dancing the night away in Ibiza or relaxing on a secluded beach in Formentera, there's something for everyone.

Our opinion

The Balearic Islands are a must-visit destination for all sea lovers. For yacht owners and sailors, it's a promise of paradise-like anchorages, rich cultural experiences and breathtaking natural discoveries.

Whether it's escaping to a secluded bay, exploring centuries-old history, or simply enjoying the Mediterranean sun, the Balearic Islands offer an unforgettable adventure. Sail to these enchanting islands and let the Mediterranean magic captivate you!

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When to visit?

The best months to visit the Balearic Islands are from May to October, offering warm and sunny weather. June and September are particularly pleasant, combining mild climate with fewer crowds. July and August, although hotter and livelier, reveal a vibrant nightlife and festivities.

Key destinations

Palma de Mallorca, a historic gem; Port de Sóller, nestled in a picturesque bay; Ciutadella in Menorca for its old-world charm; Ibiza with its turquoise waters and lively nightlife and Formentera for its paradisiacal beaches. A journey combining nature, culture and festivities.

Top experiences

Despite their popularity, the Balearic Islands have managed to preserve their authenticity. The warm hospitality of the locals, the local markets brimming with fresh and artisanal products and the traditional festivals offer visitors a true immersion into Mediterranean culture.

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