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From the thrill of a day on the water exploring the Balearic islands to the UNESCO world heritage site, there are many reasons to visit Mallorca, Spain. Charter yachts set sail near Palma de Mallorca airport-making it easily accessible to the east coast on one week charter. Charter in Mallorca with a private yacht to get the best from the hidden gems of the islands and the most out of your luxury yacht charter vacation.
Mallorca yacht charters provide distinguished experiences such as sailing regattas, local dishes, an eclectic mix of the old landscape with modern infrastructures, and crystal clear water. Luxury yacht charters provide a great starting point for multiple island hopping and water activities like scuba diving and yachting events all year round.
You can pick any private yacht per your preference from Mallorca yacht charter services, such as private yachts, super yacht, luxury yachts, luxury catamarans, motor yachts, sailing yachts, or even a bareboat charter boat. If you’re looking for a once-in-a-lifetime experience from roaming around the sea of Spain in a pleasant climate, we’ve got you covered with our list of the best locations and luxury yacht charter in Mallorca.
TOP REASONS FOR YACHT CHARTERS IN MALLORCA
- Extravagant and Luxury yacht charters experience with modern amenities
- Sailing and island hopping around Palma
- Roaming the historic capital Palma de Mallorca
- Beautiful islands, sandy beaches, water activities, and breathtaking views of island bay.
TOP AREAS COVERED BY YACHT CHARTER MALLORCA
LOCATIONS AROUND THE BALEARIC ISLANDS
Our favorite Yacht Charter spots in Mallorca
Explore well known and unique locations around Mallorca
Palma - the South
Palma, not to be mistaken as Palma de Mallorca, is the capital of Mallorcan tourism, and it’s easy to see why. It has a rich history and is surrounded by beautiful beaches, great nightlife, and shopping. The Old Town is gorgeous, with plenty of activities for adults and children.
The south part of the island is where you’ll find many famous cliff-jumping spots like Cabo Blanco and Es Trenc. You can also take a short walk along the cobbled streets of Palma de Mallorca at the southern end and visit the Palma Cathedral from April to October.
PORTOCOLOM & PORTO CRISTO
These natural harbors are located on the island’s eastern coast and offer a safe and protective spot, slowly but steadily rising in popularity. If you prefer a more laid-back experience than a party and secluded small coves to famous attractions, a journey up (or down) the eastern coast is necessary for your next itinerary. This is an excellent choice for families and offers a deeper insight into the true Mallorcan lifestyle.
Charter yachts will allow you to stop at Cala d’or a short distance from Porto Colom, known for its sandy beaches, water sports, crystal clear waters, and bustling nightlife. Cala d’or is closer to Cabrera national park, the largest park in Spain, renowned for its historical monuments and biodiversity.
Located on the north coast of Mallorca, this island region is popular among partygoers and watersports enthusiasts. The consistent winds blow across the waters, making it an ideal location for kites and windsurfing. If you are looking for powdery white beaches, this area will not disappoint.
Alcúdia also hosts traditional festivals and evening events all year round-portraying the true culture of Spain. You can glimpse the past while walking on the cobbled streets.
Further up the northern coast of Balearic islands and not far from Alcudia, the port of Formentor and the surrounding area is another spot that deserves a spot on the list.
The winds have earned this spot the nickname “meeting point of the winds,” and you’ll see why once you get there. The cliffs have long been a massive attraction, and with good reason: they’re incredible. This is a great destination for both beginners and experienced sailors alike.
Port de Sóller
Spain is famous for olive trees and fresh olive produce. Port de Sóller is a peaceful area known for its massive harvest from ancient olive trees and beautiful views of the Mediterranean.
Separated from the rest of the island by the Tramuntana mountain range, contributing to its secluded charm, it has retained its charm and association with the past. With a luxury yacht charter in Mallorca, you can enjoy the serene natural beauty as much as you desire.
Don’t skip a ride on the historic wooden tram that winds through the town!
Just a short boat ride from Palma, the charming Port d’Andratx is one of the most picturesque spots to spend time in Spain. From Cala Figuera to Punta de la Mala, the beautiful shoreline is broken by the magnificent anchorage of Puerto de Andratx and a host of coves.
There are plenty of nice cliffs to watch the sunset from or practice cliff jumping. The local beaches tend to be densely occupied, so visiting from your yacht is always a better option.
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7-DAY LUXURY YACHT CHARTER ITINERARY IN MALLORCA
A luxury yacht charter to the Balearic Islands is what dreams are made of. A scenic holiday destination in the European Union, Mallorca is the largest among the Balearic islands. It is best explored in a sailing boat so you can freely navigate the waters around the stone-shaped island region. Mallorca has an average temperature of 75°F during the tourist seasons- making it perfect for water activities.
The luxury yacht charters from Mallorca ensure safety on the sea while the visitors enjoy the beauty near the water’s edge. Although second only to Ibiza for the glittery nightlife, Mallorca is widely sought after as it offers a respite to everyone: from friends to family to couples looking for a romantic getaway and even solo travelers who can’t get enough of the nomadic life.