Let the wind guide you to these natural oases where you can experience unforgettable swims in the crystal-clear sea, relax on the white sand, sip your favourite cocktail during a fiery sunset and party all night long in the numerous clubs found in these two dream destinations. We set sail eastwards, discovering the enchanted paradises of Cabrera and Menorca, with their lush nature and idyllic peace. Cabrera will amaze you with its breathtaking landscapes and the wonderful harmony of flora and fauna. Minorca, besides being a wonder for the eyes, is also attractive for those wishing to explore a city with a vibrant and atmospheric centre. Selected catamarans and sailboats are waiting for you to sail to Cabrera and Menorca, contact us for a customized quote.
|Palma de Mallorca Marina, Spain
|TIME OF DEPARTURE
|Check-in at 5:00 pm on Saturday - Check-out at 9:00 pm on the following Saturday
Skipper (from 1.260€)
Hostess (from 850€)
Outboard engine for dinghy (da 60€)
Ports and buoys extra (aprox. 100€)
Provisioning on-line with delivery on board
From €2.200 per week for a boat with 3 cabins and 1 bathroom.
Sailing boats or catamarans with 4 or 5 double cabins and 3 or 4 bathrooms are available for groups from 6 to 10 persons.
|HOW TO ARRIVE
The reference airport is Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI), located 8 km from the island's capital, just 15 minutes from the embarkation marina.
|Italian and english.
|How to come
|AIR: Palma de Mallora Airport (PMI)
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Day 1 - Check-in:
On Saturday morning you can dedicate yourself to visit the ancient city of Palma with its cobbled streets: a visit to the Gothic cathedral of the capital also known as "La Seu" is a must. You can spend the day enjoying the historic charm of Palma before the check-in available from 5 p.m. at the embarkation Marina. After the technical check-in and a short presentation of the boat, you can take your seat in the cabins and board the galley before setting sail. In the late afternoon the moorings will be released and the sails will be hoisted for a short navigation towards Cala Portals Vells, a beautiful bay with pristine waters, where you will dine at anchor under the stars ...
After breakfast you will anchor and set sail for Cala Pi and its fantastic beach with clear turquoise waters suitable for swimming and snorkelling. To visit the remains of a watchtower built against the pirates who infested these areas: lunch will be served on board. After lunch you will sail towards Colonia Sant Jordi: famous for its splendid white sand beaches, including Es Carbo and Es Trenc, a natural beach more than three kilometers long with golden sand and crystal clear waters. You can also take a tour of the city, where there are many famous restaurants and tapas bars along the Avinguda de la Primavera. You will spend the night at anchor between the islets of Gabina and Redona.
After breakfast, diving and swimming you will sail with a north route enjoying the panoramic coast towards Cala Figuera .: known as 'Little Venice', it is a characteristic and more isolated anchorage along the southeast coast of Mallorca. The port is still a small fishing community that lives in white houses with boathouses. After lunch on board, you will enjoy a peaceful and natural environment before arriving in Porto Petro, a former fishing port that has become a pretty seaside resort with a beautiful sheltered bay. Dinner will be served on board and you will spend the night in the harbor.
After breakfast we open mainsail and jib towards Cala Santany: a picturesque bay with a white beach and crystal clear waters surrounded by rocky cliffs and pine forests. Built on the promontory above the bay, stands the Torre Nova de la Roca Fesa, for the sighting of pirates and built in the late 1600s. After lunch you can go snorkelling or kayaking in the nearby cave. Dinner under the stars ...
In the morning you will hoist the sails to navigate towards the Cabrera National Park: the Cabrera archipelago is a terrestrial and maritime national park located on the southeast coast of Mallorca. You will visit the main island of Cabrera, the smaller islands and the numerous pristine rocky islets. You can enjoy wonderful snorkeling in an unspoiled underwater world. Later in the afternoon, the walk to the castle overlooking the harbor is a must: where you can enjoy the fantastic sunset ...
After breakfast we leave for Es Trenc beach: a protected and uninhabited landscape in the south of the island. The vast natural landscape, the soft white sand and the breathtaking crystalline blue of the sea kidnap the hearts of lovers of nature, photography and snorkeling. The exclusive turquoise shades of the sea give the beach a tropical touch. There are some "chiringuitos" which offer a wide range of food, snacks, drinks and beach accessories, and where Latin American music is played from 18:00 onwards. You will spend a relaxing day, snorkeling and beach. Dinner and overnight on board.
Morning dedicated to sunbathing and relaxation before leaving, after lunch, for Palma de Majorca: we will skirt the beautiful and steep cliffs of Cap Blanc with its lighthouse. Much of the coast in this area is a protected area full of rocky coves and hidden bays. Calo des Cap d’Alt and Cala de Cap Falco are unmissable stops. Both offer crystal clear waters ideal for swimming and snorkelling. Return to the Marina at 18:00 with overnight stay in the port included.
Day 8: Check-out
Disembarkation is scheduled at 9 a.m. on Saturday.
The itinerary might be subject to variations due to weather conditions, safety and technical evaluations of the Captain of the boat. This programming is intended as indicative and non-binding.
Cabrera, with its unspoilt natural wonders, is definitely one of the most interesting islets to visit for those who love peace and relaxation. 15 square kilometres of nature surrounded by an azure blue sea, where the spectacle of the seabed can be appreciated even more with some fun snorkelling sessions. Don't miss a visit to the Cabrera National Park, where you can find several rare plants and protected animals, including the mythical gecko and falcons, typical of the island. Visit the island's three main beaches: Platgeta, Platga d'es Pagès and Empalmador, or venture on several fascinating itineraries, such as the one leading to the castle of Cabrera, the one leading to the lighthouse or the one to Cova Blanca, where you can admire incredible views and breathtaking panoramas.
Besides being listed by Unesco as a 'Natural Biosphere Reserve' and thus being particularly rich in landscapes and culture, Minorca also enjoys one of the best climates in Spain. Here, in addition to visiting the white beaches and cooling off in the crystal-clear waters, you can enjoy a host of other fun activities, such as water sports and interesting excursions. The so-called 'windy island' also offers a town centre where you can stroll in peace and quiet and sip a good cocktail, after doing a little shopping and eating in one of the restaurants that make its cuisine famous throughout Spain.