Hire a boat in Palma de Mallorca and sail away to discover the Balearic Islands!


Here is a classic itinerary, although we can of course offer you alternatives.

  • Day one:

Departure from Palma de Mallorca. Before casting off, take a little time to discover the city centre. It still holds all its original, authentic attraction.

  • Day Two

After a hearty breakfast it is time to set sail towards Porto d’Andratx about 20 miles away. The marina here is well equipped and has lovely, typical Majorcan restaurants for you to enjoy an excellent evening meal. If you prefer to sleep in the roadstead, that is possible too, as it is of an ample size and perfect for overnight stops.

  • Day Three

Early start and off to Ibiza (65 miles). Moor in Marina Ibiza and then go off to discover the island! During the day, the bays are peaceful, while in the evening the life is “movida”.

  • Day Four

A tour of the island (37 miles) with stops in various bays and then in the evening head for Sant Antoni de Portmany. We recommend booking your mooring spot in the port or the mooring buoys at the port entrance in advance during the high season.

  • Day Five

Set sail for the Island of Formentera (22 miles) and get ready to experience breath-taking views. Cala Saona…Ses Illetes….

  • Day Six

Sail to Cabrera, a small island off Majorca. This is a fantastic natural reserve where you can visit the 14th century castle and enjoy beautiful walks. It is a good idea to plan shifts, given the distance you will be sailing. It is necessary to have a permit to enter the Cabrera National Park, so make sure you have all your papers in order before you leave. Two weeks prior to departure is usually enough.

  • Day Seven

Your holiday is coming to an end…. Make your way to Palma, about 30 miles away. Once you have entered the port, take a bit of time to check your luggage and spend an evening in a characteristic restaurant in the city.

Bernie Maiorca