The Balearics

The Balearics

The Balearic Islands, a charming island community, a little jewel in the Mediterranean, which is bathed pleasantly by the constant heat of the Mediterranean sun. Mallorca is the largest island. The archipelago has rich and varied architecture and landscapes. With easy sailing conditions and quick access to Palma airport, the Balearics are an excellent choice for renting a trimaran, monohull or catamaran.

The destination
highlights

  • Islands with a thousand faces
  • Strong cultural heritage and authentic preserved villages
  • The richness of the sea bed

Practical information

  • Official language : Spanish
  • Time zone : UTC +1
  • Currency : Euro (€)
  • Time at Palma : 07:12
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The Balearics, an island setting at the edge of the Mediterranean

You will discover rocky coasts covered with pine trees and dotted with calm refuges, rugged mountains, fantastic beaches and picturesque and welcoming little harbours. Although hotels occupy part of this fascinating archipelago, the Balearics have much more to offer sailors than they can imagine.

Ibiza is not just the party island, get out of the city and discover unspoilt landscapes.

For a sailing holiday off the beaten track, rent a boat in Ibiza. Yacht, catamaran, with or without a skipper, you can admire unique landscapes. On board your boat, you will have views of endless beaches and idyllic environments. So, don’t wait any longer, come and discover Ibiza aboard a yacht!

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Easily accessible islands

The island of Menorca, still well preserved from tourism, is a real gem, waiting to be discovered! Its nature is splendid. It is the second largest island in the Balearic Islands. It stands out clearly from its neighbours. It is a low rocky plateau with a few hills. You can easily do the tour in a few stages of around twenty miles. The interior (especially the north) is also worth a visit. There are three perfectly sheltered ports: the coves of Ciudadela to the west, Mahón to the east, and the almost closed bay of Fornells to the north. There are many coves with green and translucent waters along the coasts, so many shelters depending on the wind and the sea conditions.

Formentera is a must-see in a yacht. On this timeless island, the huts and bicycles give it a unique character. Its idyllic settings are as beautiful as tropical lagoons.

The islands are close to each other: 50 miles between Mallorca and Ibiza, and only 25 between Mallorca and Menorca. So you can sail around the archipelago along the coastlines, without even spending a night at sea.

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