Ibiza

Day One

Ibiza may be known for being a party island, but there is much more to Ibiza than nightclubs and mass tourism. The island offers the yacht charterer natural beauty, quiet coves, and plenty of interesting cultural activities. In fact, large portions of the island such as "God's Finger" in the Benirràs Bay, are registered as U.N. World Heritage Sites, and thus protected from development.

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Ibiza

Day One

Ibiza may be known for being a party island, but there is much more to Ibiza than nightclubs and mass tourism. The island offers the yacht charterer natural beauty, quiet coves, and plenty of interesting cultural activities. In fact, large portions of the island such as "God's Finger" in the Benirràs Bay, are registered as U.N. World Heritage Sites, and thus protected from development.

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Formentera

Day Two

Formentera is arguably the best spot of all for a sailing vacation, if getting away from it all is what you’re after. The island still boasts of pine forests, white sands, clear waters and dramatic cliffs of its fellow Balearic islands, but it’s remarkably more serene: there are very few high rise hotels, many of quiet beaches and you can spend an afternoon exploring deserted coves, once used by pirates.

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Santa Ponsa

Day Three

Santa Ponsa is situated in a beautiful sheltered cove in the south west of Majorca and has been a major holiday destination for the past 40 years. Popular with the British, Santa Ponsa lacks the high rises of the resorts on the east coast, but the area is still very built up, with villas littering the surrounding hilly countryside, and more developments on the way. The beach is the main draw here - a wide & long beach of silky soft white sand with beautiful blue seas.

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Dragonera

Day Four

The tiny Island of Sa Dragonera lies just off the western most point of Mallorca. The Island is a continuation of the Tramantuna mountain range that dominates the west coast of Mallorca and while no people live on Sa Dragonera it is home to a vast number of lizards and birds.

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Port of Soller

Day Five

Port of Soller is a wonderful little village situated in one of Mallorca's most beautiful horseshoe harbours. Surrounded by the Tramuntana mountains, this town has the best of both worlds - magnificent mountain scenery and a sea view to boot.

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Port de Pollença

Day Six

There’s an unwritten rule that whenever mountains meet sea, the resulting landscape is always very beautiful. Nowhere is this truer than for the small town of Port de Pollenca. At the very northern tip of Majorca, the small fishing village Port de Pollenca is known for its peaceful atmosphere and for the sandy beaches bordered by the seawalk. In the evening Yacht Charter tourists and locals can be found wondering on their paseo or stroll, a tradition kept for decades.

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S'Albufera des Grau Natural Park

Day Seven

S’Albufera des Grau was declared a Natural Park by after years of local social efforts to protect the area. In 2003 the Park’s limits were expanded to cover a total surface area of 5,006.7 hectares, between its waters and its land, and the five islets were declared Nature Reserves (Addaia islands, s’Estany, Bassa de Morella, es Prat and the Illa d’en Colom) in an effort to conserve particularly sensitive places of vast natural and ecological interest.

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Mahon

Day Eight

Menorca’s capital, Mahon, sits proudly on the east coast of the island. It’s been doing the job since 1721, so it comes with lots of elegant 18th-century mansions among the churches and Gothic cathedral. That’s just the sights, though. Mahon loves its shopping, and it’s really into its nightlife, too, so you’ll be spoilt for choice in terms of restaurants, bars and clubs. And there are some fantastic beaches nearby as well.

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Porto Cristo

Day Nine

Porto Cristo is a working fishing village on Majorca’s east coast. There’s an unhurried vibe here, with lazy days spent on the beach and relaxed evenings enjoying a plate of paella at the waterfront restaurants. And you don’t even have to move far to see one of the island’s top attractions – the Caves of Drach are literally on your doorstep

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