There is little that feels as good as unfurling the mainsail and slipping your moorings with the open sea in front of you. Of course, if you don’t have a sailboat license this can be difficult. But, the good news is that it’s not impossible.
Renting a sailboat in Balearic Islands with skipper and they are certain to show you some delights you’ll never have found by yourself. Sailogy.com has a big selection of sailboats available, with and without skippers, take a look now to choose the one that appeals to you the most.
The best place to start is at the port of Palma in Mallorca, it’s actually a UNESCO listed site. After you’ve checked out the sites here you should head northwest, Port d’Andratx is a little way along the coast and very popular with film stars, you’ll find large villas dotted along the coast, they belong to film stars and celebrities, feel like one as you glide gently past.
Continue up the northern side of the island and you’ll find Port de Soller, this is much more laid back but has one of the best beaches on the island. But the real treat is when you travel from here in an easterly direction, rounding the Cap de Formentor.
The landscape is beautiful and unique, dramatically swooping up and down, you’re certain to get some memorable photos and make a few stops at secluded coves as you sail along the coast.
Moving onto the western coast you’ll find the Port de Pollensa, home to one of the most famous yacht clubs in the world. It’s worth anchoring here to admire the port and investigate the old village of Pollensa, it’s now a dedicated cultural site.
From here you can continue around the coastline and enjoy the southern coast. But, you’ll also find that it’s a short hop to Menorca. This is almost a mini-Mallorca, everything has been less-developed, making it a more relaxed and stress-free experience.
You do need to take a look at Mahon, the capital of Menorca. It’s situated halfway into a 3km long harbor and has two marinas, as well as an abundance of eateries and delightful boutique shopping.
In addition, you need to visit Ciutadella, the original capital of the island. It is filled with historically significant buildings from years gone by. It’s also worth looking at Cala de Addaya on the eastern coast of Menorca. It has a difficult entrance by Mediterranean standards and is almost landlocked, making it a great place to shelter in a storm.
Returning along the southern coast of Mallorca you’ll need to find the time to check out Cabrera, the smallest of the inhabited islands. You can also sail on, Ibiza sits off the western coast of Mallorca, and Formentera sits just below it. They both have a lot to offer and it’s especially worth looking at the walled citadel of Dalt Vila in Ibiza Town. It’s a World Heritage Site and is full of narrow alleys to explore.
There is so much to see and do in the Balearics that you need to rent a sailboat in Balearic Islands with skipper today. They’ll help you to find the hidden delights and ensure that you’ll remember your holiday forever. Check out and speak to our first-class customer service team.
They’ll navigate you through the booking process, although you to focus on planning your route. That’s challenging enough!