8 days around Mallorca from Palma
Day 1 : Palma de Majorque
After arriving at Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI), discover your boat at the marina. Capital of the Balearic Islands, Palma is one of the most beautiful, cosmopolitan and extravagant cities, day and night. Excellent starting point for your cruise, it can be combined with a city tour, a break in one of the restaurants or a shopping moment.
Day 2 : Palma de Majorque - Andratx - Dragonera
Raise anchor for Andratx, a charming village where a big market is held every Wednesday. Welcoming fishing port, Puerto de Andratx is located in a narrow niche allowing you to reach Cabo de Sa Mola and admire the cliffs throwing itself into the sea. At Dragonera, island formerly prized by pirates and other traffickers, go on the traces of the many legends generated then hike to discover the lighthouses of Llebeig and Tramuntana.
Day 3 : Dragonera - Sóller
Sail to Sóller, visit the valley, shared with the village of Fornalutx known for its oranges and olive trees, and the hamlet of Biniaraix. At the bottom of the coast, visit the village of Deia and away from the tourist crowds and get closer to nature hiking to Serra de Tramuntana.
Day 4 : Sóller - Pollenca
Built by the population of Alcudia in the 13th century to escape the pirate raids, Pollenca is today a cultural place where every year a festival of international music of very good quality takes place. At the end of the peninsula discover Cape Formentor and enjoy the most breathtaking views. On the other side of the bay, visit Alcudia, the oldest city on the island, founded by the Phoenicians and once the capital of Mallorca.
Day 5 : Pollenca - Cala Ratjada
Head towards Cala Ratjada, its beautiful sandy beaches of the best preserved, its caves and country roads lined with stones. Stroll along the beaches, visit one of the most interesting archaeological sites in the area at Ca'n Picafort or choose Arta, and go back to the Middle Ages with its old and magnificent buildings.
Day 6 : Cala Ratjada - Cala Figueres
While sailing east, enjoy the view of the "Calas", the many white sandy coves and then visit the charming fishing villages such as Cala Figuera or Porto Cristo, one of the oldest ports, already active among the Romans. Do not miss Cuevas del Drach, a cave and its underground lake, which is one of the largest in the world.
Day 7 : Cala Figueres - Colonia Sant Jordi - Palma de Majorque
On the south-east coast of Majorca you will discover less touristy beaches, become collections for birds. In Colonia Sant Jordi, go to the island of Sa Cabrera, stroll along the beach of Es Trenc, classified natural reserve or discover the Salines de S'Avall, a protected reserve. Take the bar and join Palma de Mallorca.
In the morning, sail one last time on the Spanish waters and join the airport.