Luxury travel destination, Majorca
For those looking for a luxury travel destination, Majorca can be that place where you can enjoy a privileged environment and a perfect Mediterranean climate for your next holiday. If combined with a yacht charter, your stay will be based on placid days in the sun, charming anchorage to enjoy the swim, golden beaches, lively ports, etc.
Mallorca a famous hub in the Mediterranean that is mostly known to yachters and visitors for her lively nightlife, the nature’s beauty inshore and offshore and the various holiday choices, all promise an unforgettable sailing experience at some of the most talked about places in the world! A place which many artists have fallen in love with, especially painters such as Joan Miró.
Its climate allows easy and safe navigation practically all year round, and especially between May and October.
From the sea, Majorca offers spectacular cliffs, islets, coves; many of these points can only be enjoyed from a boat. The north coast of Majorca, with the Tramuntana mountain range, is one of the favourite because of its spectacular nature, to contemplate its impressive cliffs, the characteristic island of sa Dragonera, the unique area of sa Calobra or the mouth of the Torrent de Pareis.
The best thing about having a yacht to sail around Majorca is the possibility of enjoying a relaxed voyage, discovering ports and finding coves on your own. Anchoring near some of these coves and enjoying their warm, crystal clear waters is a privilege and one of the greatest pleasures we can give ourselves in summer
Majorca has more than 30 marinas all along its coastline, Puerto Portals, Port Adriano in Calvià, the Club de Mar in Palma or the ports of Andratx, Pollença or Alcúdia are just a few examples; its shops, restaurants, night bars… present a complementary offer within nautical tourism.
The calm waters of Majorca allow a great visibility of the seabed, ideal for diving. The Majorcan coast offers hundreds of sandy, rocky, pebbly or gravel beaches, all with a very particular charm, as well as anchorage areas for the enjoyment of nautical tourism, ranging from rough coves in the northwest, such as Sa Calobra, to larger ones such as Cala Mesquida or Es Trenc beach.