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Palma de Mallorca, Mallorca Yacht Charter

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 charter guests love spending their holiday floating around the deep blue Mediterranean waters.

Palma de Mallorca
Palma de Mallorca


It is warm, humid, and mostly cloudy during the summer and cold, windy, and partly cloudy during the winter in Mallorca. Most of the year, the temperature ranges from 40°F to 87°F, rarely falling below 33°F or rising above 94°F.

Late June to late August is an ideal time to visit Mallorca for hot-weather activities.

Mallorca Yacht Charter | Places to See

  • Palma (Capital)
  • Moorish Almudaina Royal Palace
  • 13th-century Santa María Cathedral
  • Pollenca. Pollenca offers not only some beautiful beaches but also shopping, dining, and a lot of history. Walk through the town and see places such as the Convent of Sant Domingo, the Pollenca Museum, and the Gardens of Joan March.
  • Fornalutx. Explore charming lanes filled with potted plants, stroll up and down the stone steps, and admire the pretty citrus groves while you are there. The mountain scenery of Fornalutx and its many footpaths and cycle routes make the village a top choice for hikers and bikers. You can enjoy a more relaxed atmosphere on its cafe terraces with views of olive and orange groves.

Mallorca Yacht Charter | Things to Do

  • Nightlife. Mallorca has a thriving nightlife scene, and the party doesn’t start until after dark in many places, such as Magaluf and El Arenal. There are numerous bars and clubs in Palma de Mallorca, the island’s capital.
  • Art galleries
  • Music festivals
  • Sports. Of course, there are plenty of water sports to enjoy, but Mallorca also has many land-based activities, including volleyball, running, cycling, mountain climbing, and tennis. The Mallorca Championships is annually held at the outdoor grass courts of Mallorca Country Club in Santa Ponsa, Mallorca, in June, a week before Wimbledon Championships.


Mallorca is a culinary destination with food that reflects its diverse cultures. A wide variety of vegetables and fruits can be found here, along with high-quality meat and fresh seafood.

One of the most traditional Mallorca food items is sopas Mallorquinas. These thick, robust soups are ideal for the Tramuntana Mountains’ cooler months. Seasonal ingredients include local bread, onion, garlic, tomatoes, cabbage, and beans.

Tumbet (or ‘tombet’) is similar to ratatouille and consists of fried eggplant, potatoes, red peppers, tomatoes, olive oil, and garlic,

Sobrassada is a sausage with ground pork, bacon, salt, and spices. It is often spread on thick bread with a drizzle of olive oil.

Marinas and Anchorages

  • Marina Puerto Portals. Puerto Portals marina offers 650 mooring spaces for yachts up to 197 feet in length. It also has an exclusive shopping area with a wide variety of services, including restaurants, bars, clothing boutiques, and jewelers.
  • Marina Alcúdia. With 750 moorings, the Alcúdia marina is one of the largest of its kind in Mallorca. It is in the tourist district of Port d’Alcúdia and has an excellently developed infrastructure. There is a fueling station, water and electricity connections, showers, and a shipyard. The marina has an indoor and outdoor pool, sauna, and gym.
  • Marina Port de Sóller. This 900-berth marina is situated in front of a magnificent natural backdrop dominated by the peaks of the Tramuntana mountains. A rocky promontory protects the harbor from the waves of the Mediterranean.
  • Marina Port de Palma Palma Port. The Port de Palma is Mallorca’s largest yacht harbor, with over 2,000 berths.
  • Marina Port Adriano. The exclusive Port Adriano is located between Magaluf and Santa Ponsa on the southwest coast of Mallorca. The marina offers many restaurants, art galleries, and upscale shops.
  • Marina Port d’Pollenca. Port d’Pollenca is a coastal town on the north coast of Mallorca, dominated by the high peaks of the Serra de Tramuntana. The yacht clubs Reial Club Nautic Port de Pollenca and Puerto de Pollenҫa have almost 1,000 berths.
  • Marina Cala d’Or. Cala d’Or marina is one of the largest and most exclusive marinas on the southeast coast of Mallorca. Access is only available to registered club members, and there are 560 berths for boats measuring up to 82 feet. The two on-site restaurants, Botavara and Port Petite are open to non-club members.

Yacht Types

For your Mallorca yacht charter, choose from various sailing catamarans, monohull sailboats, power catamarans, and motor yachts. All yachts have a professional captain, crew, and personal chef.

Sailing itinerary options are one-way charters between the islands or round-trip from Ibiza or Palma de Mallorca.

Sample Itinerary | Mallorca Yacht Charter

Please view our sample itineraries for Balearic Islands charters.