Day 1 : Palma de Majorque
Begin your adventure in the stunning capital of the Balearic Islands, Palma de Mallorca. As you step off your flight at PMI airport, your boat awaits you at the marina. Palma is a city that never sleeps, offering endless possibilities for excitement day or night. Take a stroll through the vibrant streets, dine in one of the many exquisite restaurants, or indulge in some retail therapy. It's the perfect spot to begin your luxurious cruise journey, combining the city's cosmopolitan flair with an unforgettable sailing experience.
Day 2 : Palma de Majorque - Andratx - Dragonera
Get ready to set sail to the picturesque village of Andratx and witness the bustle of the famous Wednesday market. Anchored in the welcoming fishing port, Puerto de Andratx, you'll have access to the breathtaking Cabo de Sa Mola and its stunning cliffs, plunging into the azure waters. Explore the historic island of Dragonera, once a haven for pirates and smugglers, and immerse yourself in the many legends surrounding it. Embark on an invigorating hike to discover the ancient lighthouses of Llebeig and Tramuntana and let the island's enchanting beauty capture your heart.
Day 3 : Dragonera - Sóller
Embark on an exhilarating voyage to Sóller and revel in the stunning valley it has to offer, alongside the charming village of Fornalutx renowned for its luscious oranges and ancient olive trees. Make sure to drop by the serene hamlet of Biniaraix as well for a quiet stroll. When you've had your fill of the coastal scene, venture north to the picturesque village of Deia to escape the tourist bustle and immerse yourself in the natural world by setting off on a hike up into the breathtaking Serra de Tramuntana mountains.
Day 4 : Sóller - Pollenca
Pollenca, a town founded in the 13th century by the inhabitants of Alcudia to avoid pirate attacks, is now a hub of cultural activity. Every year, the town hosts a world-class international music festival that attracts music lovers from near and far. For those seeking natural beauty, head to Cape Formentor and behold the magnificent views that await. On the opposite side of the bay, explore Alcudia, the island's oldest city, and immerse yourself in its history. Founded by the Phoenicians and once the capital of Mallorca, Alcudia is a must-visit destination for history buffs.
Day 5 : Pollenca - Cala Ratjada
Your journey will head toward Cala Ratjada, where you'll find some of the most well-preserved sandy beaches in the world, laced with winding country roads and mystical caves. Take a leisurely stroll along the pristine shores, or delve deep into the fascinating history of the area at Ca'n Picafort's extraordinary archaeological sites. For a truly immersive experience, transport yourself back to the Middle Ages by exploring the architectural marvels of Arta's ancient buildings.
Day 6 : Cala Ratjada - Cala Figueres
Experience the ultimate sailing adventure as you head east and immerse yourself in the stunning vistas of the "Calas" - innumerable white sandy coves that will take your breath away! Don't forget to visit the enchanting fishing villages of Cala Figuera and Porto Cristo, which boast a rich ancient history dating back to the Roman era. And, one of the highlights of your journey must be a visit to the Cuevas del Drach - a cave and underground lake that is renowned as one of the planet's largest! This is a voyage of a lifetime that you can't afford to miss!
Day 7 : Cala Figueres - Colonia Sant Jordi - Palma de Majorque
Escape the tourist crowds and explore the magical beaches along the south-east coast of Majorca. Be amazed by the bird sanctuaries and the natural beauty of Sa Cabrera island. Experience the stunning Es Trenc beach, a protected natural reserve that will leave you breathless. Take a moment to discover the Salines de S'Avall, where the beauty of the protected reserve will enchant you. Relax at a local bar before heading to bustling Palma de Mallorca. Sail off into the morning waters once more before leaving Spain with unforgettable memories.