he Balearics are an archipelago in the western Mediterranean, comprising four main islands: Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera. Visiting the Balearics aboard a chartered yacht, you will have the opportunity to discover some of Europe’s most beautiful and unspoilt places. In Mallorca, you can visit the city of Palma, which boasts a magnificent Gothic cathedral and a charming old town. Menorca is famous for its virgin beaches and crystal-clear waters. Ibiza is renowned for its nightlife and discos, but there are also several wonderful and quiet beaches, such as Cala Llonga and Playa d’ en Bossa. Finally, Formentera is the smallest island in the archipelago and offers paradisiacal beaches, such as Ses Illetes and Cala Saona. The Balearics offer a perfect mix of history, culture, nature and entertainment, and discovering these islands on board a yacht guarantees an unforgettable experience for all guests.


Mallorca is one of the most popular destinations for those renting a yacht for holidays, thanks to its waters and wide range of marinas and moorings for all types of boats. The island’s main attractions are the beautiful beaches, such as Es Trenc Beach, Cala Agulla and Cala Mesquida. For those who love culture and history, it is worth visiting Palma de Mallorca, which offers numerous points of interest, including the Cathedral of Santa Maria, the Bellver Castle and its historic centre. Mallorca is also famous for its cuisine, which combines Mediterranean and local flavours. Among the typical dishes of the island, there are roast pork, Tumbet (a plate of vegetables au gratin), and Sobrasada (a spicy sausage). Mallorca is known for its beach parties and exclusive clubs.


In addition to its wonderful coves, beautiful beaches and unforgettable sunsets, Menorca encompasses all those features that make it a perfect vacation destination, especially if you dream of a stay of tranquillity and simplicity. You can start by visiting the natural port of Mahón, one of the largest in the world, which offers a wide choice of restaurants, bars and stores where you can enjoy local dishes and sip a drink on the terrace in front of the marina. Don’t miss S’Albufera des Grau Natural Park, a 5,000-hectare nature reserve with hiking trails and wild beaches where you can admire the local flora and fauna. Menorca is famous for its local gastronomy, with dishes such as Caldereta, a traditional fish soup, and Pomada, a cocktail of gin and lemonade that can be enjoyed in many bars on the island. Thanks to the island’s low level of light pollution and exceptionally pure air, Menorca was named a Star Reserve in 2019, confirming it as one of the most suitable places on the planet to observe the celestial vault in all its glory.


Ibiza is characterized by its over-the-top and fashionable lifestyle, where you can enjoy the sea, nature and nightlife in a unique atmosphere. Famous for its markets, such as the hippie market of Las Dalias, where you can find items of local handicrafts, jewellery, clothing and accessories. Among the monuments not to miss are the Cathedral of Santa Maria, the Necropolis of Puig des Molins, and the Ses Portes Tower, a 16th-century watchtower. In addition to luxury and trendy restaurants, there are also many traditional inns where you can taste the local cuisine, such as Bullit de Peix, a fish dish, and sofrit pagès, a meat-based dish. There are numerous traditional festivals held throughout the year round, such as the festival of San Juan, the celebration of Santa Eulalia, and the festival of San Bartholomew.


Formentera is a small island located southwest of Ibiza. Characterized by a very striking natural environment, it is famous for its life nightlife, with numerous discos and clubs that enliven the island during the summer. However, there are also many options for those seeking a more quiet and relaxing experience. Worth seeing are the beach of Ses Illetes, considered one of the most beautiful in the world, and that of Cala Saona, set in a bay with a panorama evocative. Not to be missed is the Es Vedrà Nature Reserve, a small island located in front of Ibiza, a destination for boat excursions to admire the panorama and the fauna marine life.