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Balearic Islands Yacht Charters

Spain’s Balearic Islands are a popular cruising destination for yacht charters. The four main islands of Menorca, Ibiza, Mallorca, and Formentera are adorned with hidden gems just awaiting exploration.

This archipelago is brilliantly diverse, and certain areas are only reachable by boat. Cobalt blue seas, white-sand beaches, and a sunny Mediterranean landscape set the stage for a dream yacht vacation.

Balearic Islands Yacht Charters Palma de Mallorca
Palma de Mallorca, Balearic Islands.

Formentera Yacht Charter

Formentera Yacht Charter
Mediterranean Formentera Yacht Charter A small island in the Balearic Islands, Formentera is characterized by wild and unspoiled nature, crystal clear sea, golden coves, and guaranteed relaxation. In short, it is a true paradise on Earth. This is the perfect description...


Ibiza Yacht Charter Nightlife Fun

Ibiza Yacht Charter Nightlife Fun
Mediterranean Ibiza Yacht Charter Nightlife Fun Why not consider an Ibiza yacht charter vacation if you plan your next holiday? This beautiful island off the coast of Spain is one of the world's most popular holiday destinations. It offers something...


Mallorca Yacht Charter: Float in the Mediterranean!

Mallorca Yacht Charter: Float in the Mediterranean!
Mediterranean Mallorca Yacht Charter: Float in the Mediterranean! Mallorca (Majorca) is one of Spain's Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean. Mallorca's yachting industry is a significant component of the island's economy and continues to grow. It's no wonder that Mallorca yacht...


Menorca Yacht Charter

Menorca Yacht Charter
Mediterranean Menorca Yacht Charter Explore and experience this island on a Menorca Yacht Charter. Spanish island Menorca (Minorca) is part of the Balearics group in the Mediterranean Sea. However, in contrast to its neighbors Mallorca (Majorca) and Ibiza, it is...


Places to see

  • Palma de Mallorca (Mallorca Island) is a lovely seaside capital city. It offers attractive beaches along with cultural and historical attractions.
  • The Almudaina Palace. Originally a Moorish fortress, the palace was later converted to a royal residence for the Catholic Monarchs.
  • Lonja Fish Market at the scenic harbor and the town's main square.
  • Valldemossa is a pretty village perched on a peak of the Tramuntana Mountains overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. This is a quiet country destination surrounded by wooded hills, olive groves, and orchards.
  • Beaches. Palma de Mallorca offers several superb beaches, including Cala Major, near the Miro Museum. The Playa de Palma is also a trendy beach 10 kilometers from the city. Connected to it is the Playa del Arenal, an open beach with a yacht club.
  • Cartuja de Valldemossa Monastery (Mallorca Island).
  • The Port of Valldemossa is an old fishing village with a beautiful harbor, and this area is well-known for its wonderful cuisine.
  • La Mola Lighthouse in Formentera. A mid-1800s lighthouse on a cliff known for ocean views. On-site, there is also a small monument to author Jules Verne.

Things to do | Balearic Islands Yacht Charters

  • Go to the beach. Less touristy than Mallorca, the idyllic island of Formentera has several beaches. Some are more secluded, while others are buzzing with activity. Pujols Beach is ideal for bathing and water sports. Llevant Beach is full of sunbathers, lively restaurants, and water-sports enthusiasts near Sant Francesc de Formentera. Illetes Beach is an exquisite location with striking views across the sea to the Island of Ibiza. The Calvia coastline also boasts some lovely beaches.
  • Golf. Llucmajor draws the attention of golfers because of its golf courses.
  • Glass-bottom boat tour (Mallorca). See fantastic rock formations along the coastline. Then, go below the deck and look through the viewing windows to see brilliant underwater flora and fauna.
  • Shop for unique souvenirs such as olive oil, blown glass, leather, and baked clay items.
  • Watch the sunset from the deck of your yacht.

The climate in the Balearic Islands

The Balearic Islands have a Mediterranean climate. The winters are mild, while the summers are hot and humid. However, temperatures are cooled by sea breezes. At sea level, the average temperature ranges from 9/11 °C in January and February to about 24/24.5 °C in July and August.

Gastronomy | Balearic Islands Yacht Charters

The freshness and originality of the Balearic Islands' cuisine are evident in typical dishes such as cadereta de langosta (lobster stew), parrillades de pescado fresco (grilled fresh fish), panandes, cocarrois, and cocques (typical Majorcan pies) frit Mallorquí (fried meat, vegetables, and herbs), and frit mariner (fried seafood, vegetables, and herbs).

Sample Itineraries

Please view our sample itineraries for Balearic Islands charters.