Explore Mallorca by yacht and discover one of the world’s greatest sailing hotspots.
As the largest of the blissful Balearic Islands, Mallorca has over 200 miles of stunning coastline – complete with secluded bays, impressive mountains, picturesque coves and luscious pine forests. And with a Mallorca yacht charter or yacht share, you’ll enjoy the very best of ita laid-back, coastal lifestyle. Set sail in your luxury vessel from the capital city of Palma on the south coast. From here you can visit the busy fishing harbours of d’Andratx and Soller; relax at the peaceful Cabrera Island Nature Reserve; plus, take sunset strolls around the picture-postcard bays of Alcudia and Pollença. Get ready for a truly heavenly vacation.
A 7-day itinerary to explore Mallorca
Day 1: Port d’Andratx
One of the most popular destinations for Mallorcayacht charter, Port d’Andratx can be found on the southwestern tip of the island at the bottom of a funnel-shaped valley. This stunning fishing village really comes to life in the summer, with lively bars and restaurants that line the water’s edge.
Day 2: Port de Soller
Head up the rocky west coast to reach Port de Soller – a seaside retreat in a large horseshoe bay, boasting magnificent mountain scenery and breathtaking sea views. This is the place to drop anchor as you explore Mallorca, offering some of the best sunsets on the island.
Day 3: Port de Pollença
A harbour town on the north coast, Pollença is a gem for families and really blossoms in the summer with its regattas and festivals around the marina. While here, be sure to take a leisurely stroll along the beautiful pine walk promenade (Passeig Voramar), which is lined with fragrant pine trees that gently lean into the azure waters.
Day 4: Cala Ratjada
Mallorca’s north-eastern coastline is recognised for its special ecological and environmental value, with most of its golden beaches and pretty coves awarded the prestigious Blue Flag for their water quality. Cala Ratjada is also the closest point in Mallorca to Menorca; in fact, it’s possible to see Ciutadella on a clear day.
Day 5: Cala d’Or
Explore Mallorca’s stylish eastern coastline. Cala d’Or is a bay of pine-covered hills, clear water and a number of secluded coves, including Cala Ferrera, Cala Esmeralda, Cala Serena, Cala Gran, and Cala Llonga. This desirable resort is the place to go for chic shops, bars and restaurants, as well as superyacht-spotting at the ultra-glamorous marina.
Day 6: Cabrera
Make the most of your Mallorca yacht charter by venturing 10 nautical miles off the southern coast to the archipelago of Cabrera. A Maritime Terrestrial National Park, Cabrera is one of the most spectacular gems of the Mediterranean and a wonderful place to hike, snorkel, swim, take photographs or just relax.
Day 7: Palma
Back where it all began, visit the old town in the island’s capital to experience Mallorca’s rich history, thriving art scene, and world-class dining. It’s also worth visiting Palma’s most iconic building, La Seu. This gothic cathedral was built on the site of a former mosque and, prior to that, a Roman temple.