The beautiful Balearic Islands are undoubtedly one of the most sought-after, year-round boating destinations in the Mediterranean. The stunning coastal scenery, the fascinating sapphire seas and the never-ending holiday feeling are best experienced on a boat charter in Spain. Whether you want to explore Ibiza’s big sister on a yacht charter from Palma de Mallorca, or join some of the most famous parties in the world and recharge during the day on one of our boat rentals in Ibiza, sailing in Spain is a memorable adventure!
Discover the amazing coastal landscapes of the largest island of the Balearics on a sleek yacht charter from Palma de Mallorca. For a relaxed day trip from La Lonja or Naviera Balear marinas, set sail to Port Soller, or drop anchor in Cala Lladó on Dragonera island and enjoy a day in the middle of the nature. After a night at the club, hop aboard one of our boat rentals in Ibiza and visit Formentera - the boho-chic little island with quiet, fine-sandy beaches and turquoise waters.
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Start your journey in Ibiza. You can find true duality here, with the pairing of relaxing beaches and charming cafes with world-famous nightlife. Spend the day here before leaving, or leave your exploration to the end of the trip.
On your sail to Cala D'en Serra, keep an eye out for views of the beautiful coastline. Arrive just in time to watch the sun set over the blue waters. Spend the night in Cala D'en Serra so that you can maximize your time out in the sun the next morning, just like at the last stop. Kept in pristine condition, Cala D'en Serra beaches were once named one of Europe's best. Relax on the shores, go to a beachside bar, or snorkel in the calm waters.
Take to city life again in Palma, Mallorca. The town is filled with many spots to explore and keep you entertained throughout your stay. There are scattered historical sites; notably, the town has an old Gothic cathedral you can visit. There are also galleries, restaurants, bars, markets, and more in this cultural hub to meet any inclination!
Spend the evening in a charming village on a horseshoe harbor. Take in the view of the surrounding mountains while walking through the shops, restaurants, and cafes. Take a tram further inland to explore a bustling market, or take a walk along Playa d'en Repic.
Use these hours to take a final moment to relax. In a short span of coastline, you will find three sets of coves with warm water and smooth beaches. Pick the least busy or most appealing spot and settle in. Nearby, if you are feeling more active, you can also find some caves to explore.
You arrive back in Ibiza after a long sail, but still in time to experience the true attractions of the city. If you are up for it, head to one of Ibiza's popular clubs for an unforgettable night to end your trip.
Back to our starting point in Port de Mallorca, Before you end your vacation, be sure to explore the cobbled streets, picturesque gothic cathedrals, and enjoy lunch at local tapas bars, restaurants, and cafes.