Mallorca's Scenic West Coast
Barcelona's attractiveness for yacht charters stems from its favorable climate, cultural richness, stunning coastline, excellent marinas, gourmet cuisine, diverse sailing routes, and the presence of maritime events, all combining to create a memorable and rewarding yachting experience.
PALMA DE MALLORCA TO PORT DE SOLLER
Embark on your journey by boarding your selected yacht in the vibrant city of Palma, the capital of Mallorca. Upon arrival, your dedicated crew will extend a warm welcome, acquainting you with the amenities aboard. Setting sail in a westward direction, bask in the warmth of the sun and the gentle caress of the wind. For a delectable lunch experience, we suggest a visit to the renowned Gran Folies beach club nestled in Cala Llamp. Here, you have the option to savor a sumptuous meal at the beach club’s restaurant, offering breathtaking views of the bay, or indulge in a bespoke culinary experience onboard. Choose from an array of Mediterranean delights or Asian-inspired dishes, complemented by a selection of fine wines and cocktails. Alternatively, immerse yourself in the charm of the former fishing village of Sant Elm, boasting great dining options such as Es Raor or Cala Conills, known for their freshly caught seafood and vibrant ambiance. Following lunch, journey along the picturesque western coast, reveling in the pristine beauty of the Tramuntana mountains, until you reach the enchanting Port de Soller, where you’ll spend the night. This idyllic location offers a plethora of dining choices, allowing you to indulge in the allure of one of Mallorca’s most coveted ports.
PORT DE SOLLER TO PALMA DE MALLORCA
As the sun rises over Port de Soller, embark on the return leg of your voyage, tracing your path along the scenic western coast. Delight in a delectable breakfast served onboard amidst the tranquil waters, surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty. Take advantage of the opportunity for water sports activities, and should you desire additional equipment, simply inform us, and we’ll arrange for rentals tailored to your preferences. For lunch, we recommend a stop at one of the charming rustic restaurants near Cala Deia, such as Sa Foradada or Ca’s Patró March, renowned for their freshly prepared local delicacies. Due to their popularity, reservations are imperative several weeks in advance. After a delicious meal, set sail once more towards Palma de Mallorca, where you’ll disembark in the evening, allowing you to immerse yourself in the captivating ambiance of the city’s bustling streets and vibrant culture.