Mallorca is part of the Balearic Islands that it off the coast of Spain. Although officially part of Spain you’ll find that there is a unique culture and atmosphere on each of these islands. There’s plenty to see and do on the island but, the only way to really get your freedom and appreciate the islands is to rent a sailboat in Mallorca without skipper
Sailogy are here to help you find the perfect boat for your needs, we do offer skippers with our boats, if you have a license you’ll find the experience more rewarding by renting a sailboat without skipper.
The waters in the Mediterranean are generally calm with gentle winds of force 3-4, that’s enough to get you trimming the sails and jibing your way across the water without being enough to upset the less experienced sailors.
We offer an array of different sized boats, depending on your budget and sailing ability. Check out our range and rent a sailboat in Mallorca without skipper today. You’ll be surprised at how affordable it is!
Of course, any trip to Mallorca should start with a visit to Palma, the capital city. This is a city that offers the very best in culinary skills, shopping, and even architecture. Spend some time wandering through the old city and you’ll feel the Roman and Moorish influences in the impressive buildings.
It’s a maze of small streets! Once you’ll visited the old city, then you’ll end up diving into the sparkling waters of the bay. It’s a fantastic start to any vacation. You also need to appreciate the view of this city from the water, it’s truly magical.
You may want to spend a little time checking out Carrer de Sant Feliu, the heart of the city which is actually a short road lined with trees and full of intriguing galleries, bars, and shops. It’s even worth renting a bike to cycle along the Paseo Maritimo, the promenade that runs along much of the coast.
But, at some point, you’ll need to head for your boat and sail along the southern coast. There are plenty of secluded coves for you to stop at, some only accessible by boat and plenty of places to stop at.
South of Mallorca is the island of Cabrera, now a National Park. It’s worth exploring and admiring one of the best-kept parts of Spain. You’ll need to allow yourself plenty of time here! Sail on along the southern coast toward the east and you’ll want to stop at Santi or even Cala D’or with its famous white sandy beaches.
Continuing around the coastline Porto Christo is an essential stop, here you’ll find plenty of caves and deep blue waters, it looks like something out of a movie. Spend the day exploring and drop anchor overnight to really appreciate the beauty of this spot. It’s worth noting that this area earns an income from manufacturing pearls, not the tourist trade. You may want to have your credit card ready!
It’s also worth taking a look at Cala Rajada and Alcudia as you sail on around the island.
Sitting on the northeastern coast of Mallorca is Menorca, the smaller island still has a lot to offer and, if you have the time, you can get some great sailing in. The journey between the islands is surprisingly quick but you should cruise around the northern coast of Menorca to appreciate picture-postcard bays and the impressive Ciutadella Port.
Sailogy is here to help you choose the right boat, we have a first-class customer service team with friendly tips to help you pick the best and most affordable sailboat in Mallorca. Rent a sailboat in Mallorca without skipper and you can spend your time enjoying the beauty of your destination.