Mallorca

Mallorca Yacht Charter: The Yachting Hub – by Uta Abendroth

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Mallorca Yacht Charter: The Yachting Hub – by Uta Abendroth

Highlights

Itineraries

DAY 1: Yacht Marina with Promenade

Portals Nous is one of the smaller and more quaint tourist destinations on a Mallorca yacht charter. At its centre there is a large marina with a total of 639 boat moorings for yachts between eight and 60 metres in length. The beach at Portals Nous, called the Platja de l’Oratori, is located within a rocky cove, enclosed at one side by the harbour wall and by a rocky outcrop at the other end. On the clifftop above this idyllic beach there is a viewing platform where the sensational outlook over the neighbouring bays can be enjoyed.

DAY 2: Mallorca’s Artist Colony

Set in idyllic surroundings high above the Mediterranean, Deià is surrounded by olive, citrus and almond trees. It is known perhaps more than anything as an artist’s colony, and the likes of Pablo Picasso, Robert Graves, Sir Peter Ustinov, Ava Gardner and many others all once resided here. The village is located in the northwest of Majorca and is enclosed by the wooded peaks of the Tramuntana Mountains – but it’s only around ten minutes to the sea from here.

DAY 3: The Perfect Bay

The small bay known as Cala Blava is a particularly beloved place among native islanders and is the perfect spot to visit during a Mallorca boat rental. Between the cliffs dotted with pine trees and shrubs, stone steps lead down to the beach, the only sandy beach in the entire region. Boats lie at anchor close to the shoreline, where the sea bed is sandy and the water is three to four metres deep. Another splendid sight is the Hotel Cap Rocat, which is built on the site of a former military fortress: spectacular suites can now be found in the former casemates.

DAY 4: The Mountains

The town of Sóller is one of the most beautiful on the island, and a paradise for hikers, cyclists and connoisseurs alike. Since 2011 it has held the status of UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site, which can be attributed to the fact that Sóller has remained largely untouched by tourism on Mallorca. The centre of the town is located three kilometres from the coast, although it does also boast direct access to the sea in the form of the Port de Sóller.

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