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Port D'andratx mallorca-yacht charter destination

1. Palma De Mallorca to Port D'andratx

The picturesque Port d'Andratx lies 5 km from its inland namesake. This stylish little port town has an exceptionally well maintained port with yacht club and over 450 berths. Here you can enjoy the café culture & shopping scene. For golfers, there is an 18 hole golf course near Camp de Mar. An excursion to the traditional town of Andratx, situated in beautiful countryside, inland from the port town, is a culture and history feast. The CCA Andratx is home to wonderful art and interesting exhibitions. The tightly packed, quaint narrow streets make for an authentic charming stop on your charter.

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2. Port D'andratx to Port De Soller

The resort area of Soller, consisting of the Port de Soller, the village of Fornalutx and the hamlet of Biniaraix combine to form Soller. The area is well known for its historic tram linking Soller with the port. Some of the original 1913 tram carriages are still in use! This quiet resort bay, is a great alternative to the more tourist heavy resorts such as Magaluf. The area is also well known for its wonderful natural habitats where you'll find plenty of bird species. The rugged surrounding landscape over looking the flat, white sandy beaches sitting in a calm bay, make this the ideal spot for families.

Famous view of sunrise at Formentor

3. Port De Soller to Cap De Formentor

Known as the "meeting point of the winds" to locals, Cap de Formentor is situated on the northernmost point of Mallorca. There are a number of points with panoramic views, which are not for the faint hearted, with the roaring waves circling below the 300m cliff drop. The windswept lighthouse lies at the tip of the peninsula, and is an icon of European cycilng, with the area being extremely popular for its perfect roads & challenging inclines.

Alcudia mallorca-yacht charter destination

4. Cap De Formentor to Alcudia

Puerto de Alcudia is the charming port town of Alcudia. A popular destination for families, with its wonderful, long stretch of beach, golf course, hiking trails, and not forgetting its lovely, pedestrianised old town with its 14th Century medieval wall. The old town also boasts wonderful restaurants where you can savour some the areas suberb local cuisine. The Port de Alcudia has excellent facilities and services for yachts and is also a great spot for a bit of shopping and dining.

Cala Ratjada mallorca-yacht charter destination

5. Alcudia to Cala Ratjada

Considered to be one of the most important fishing ports in the whole of Majorca, Cala Ratjada is also turning into a popular spot for those seeking a colourful Spanish stay dotted with pretty little coves. As it is on one of the more secluded sides of Majorca (namely the north east coast), the area does see some tourism but nowhere near the level of other places. It’s home to numerous beaches meaning that charter guests will be spoilt for choice - whether you are craving wide white chalky sands or a tiny tucked away bay. Cala Ratjada doesn’t just rest on its beachy laurels, there’s a sculpture park close by, a 14th century castle, and a weekly local market. The area is ripe with a well balanced array of culture and history. For charter guests wanting to watch dolphins, take their pick of sandy beaches, and nibble on a slice of Culture, Cala Ratjada is pure joy.

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6. Cala Ratjada to Portocolom and from Portocolom to Cala D'or

The sleepy fishing village of Portocolom is an idyllic destination on the south-east caost of Mallorca. The Old Town is famous for its untouched natural treasures and important historical sights such as the Church of Sant Jaume I and the old harbour.

Cala D'Or is a popular yacht destination on the south east side of Mallorca and a wonderful alternative to the more popular tourist areas on the island. This idyllic summer holiday location, with it's superb marina, is dominated by it's beautiful pine-finged beaches, trendy cafés, bars and boutiques.

Marina Port de Cala Figuera mooring for rent

7. Cala D'or to Cala Figuera

Sweeping fjords and sheer romance bookmark the magic of Cala Figuera. Located on the southeast coast of Mallorca, in the municipality of Santanyi, Cala Figuera is a vision of azure seas, fig trees, and tapered low sitting cliffs. As the bay is in a Y shape it creates dramatic fjord-like scenery peppered on either side with fishermans houses, boats, and private jetties jutting out into the blue hues. Cala Figuera is soaked in romance and is a dreamy spot for lingering long over fresh fish suppers as the sun touches everything with gold at the end of the day. For charter guests who want to explore further than the sublime sailing grounds and pretty village, there’s the Parc Natural de Mondrago nearby with its many hikes and incredible array of Mediterranean flora and fauna. Here you can see wild goats, weasels, turtles, rabbits, and rare plants. Cala Figuera is home to a rocky bay but there’s plenty of sandy stretches closeby. This is a part of Mallorca that has truly held onto its history.

Marina port in Palma de Mallorca at Balearic Islands Spain

8. Cala Figuera to Palma De Mallorca

The capital of the island, Palma de Mallarca, or commonly referred to as Palma, enjoys a fantastic climate throughout the year. It is known for its marvellous historic quarter, beautiful beaches, lively social scene and is a popular spot for yachts making this their permanent berth year round. Dominating Palma's beautiful landscape is it's wonderful historical buildings, with the unmissable 13th Century Gothic Cathedral (La Seu), the Moorish Almudaina Fortress and the 13th Century hilltop Bellver Castle. From palm trees to pine forests, beaches and architecture, the variety of the landscape & culture invites visitors to explore every corner of this wonderful city.

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