Mallorca Yacht Charter Guide
Idyllic Mediterranean beauty
The largest of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca (Majorca) is perfect yacht charter territory thanks to its turquoise-blue waters, secret coves, soft golden sands, soaring mountaintops and cosmopolitan capital. Wonderfully diverse and with many hidden gems to uncover, this magnificent island is a must-see charter destination.
Reasons to Visit
Mallorca sits off the east coast of Spain, bathing in the sparkling Mediterranean Sea alongside her Balearic sisters: Ibiza, Menorca and Formentera. A stunning coastline of bone-white beaches, pine-flecked bays and deserted coves is undoubtedly the island’s main draw, but you’ll be enticed to extend your stay by the exquisite natural beauty of the island’s hinterland.
Located along the south coast, the Spanish city of Palma de Mallorca is the island’s thriving capital. World-class superyacht facilities here make it easy for yacht-goers to step ashore and experience the city’s designer shopping, exclusive restaurants, thriving art scene and magnificent gothic architecture.
Elsewhere on the south coast, sandy stretches backed by pine trees await your arrival, while idyllic coves and secluded beaches are sheltered by rocky faces in the east, soaring cliffs carve out hidden paradises in the west and, in the north, the peaks of the Sierra de Tramuntana mountains provide a spectacular backdrop to the gorgeous bays of Badia de Pollenca and Badi d’Alcudia.
Mallorca’s interior is certainly resplendent in natural wonders. As well as the limestone mountain range of the north, there are fertile plains with olive groves, windmills and old market towns, monasteries atop rolling green hills, vineyards producing world-class wines, and the nature reserves of Sa Dragonera and Albufera.
Such landscapes ensure Mallorca has something to offer everybody on a luxury yacht charter, from relaxing on the beach and trying out the latest watersports to hiking and cycling. There is also an exciting food scene from the cosmopolitan eateries of the city to the hearty dishes of the traditional inland restaurants to coastal bistros serving the catch of the day.
Discover what this Spanish island can offer to you and your family by getting in touch with your preferred charter broker to discuss itinerary options and the best places and times to visit. Also, be sure to have a browse of all the crewed yachts available for charter in Spain.
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