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Spanish Balearic Islands
9 days Luxury Yacht Charter Experience

Vibrant, flamboyant and idyllic in equal measure, meet the beautiful Balearics

Lying in blissful sunshine off the east coast of Spain, the Balearic Islands of Mallorca, Ibiza and Menorca enjoy a long, hot summer.
They are the perfect place to lounge on the beach by day and party into the small hours by night.  
Finish your charter in Mahon, where the laid back way of life and elegant architecture provides the perfect setting for the relaxed cafe culture.

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Spanish Balearic Islands

9 days Luxury Yacht Charter Experience : Vibrant, flamboyant and idyllic in equal measure, meet the beautiful Balearics

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Lying in blissful sunshine off the east coast of Spain, the Balearic Islands of Mallorca, Ibiza and Menorca enjoy a long, hot summer.
They are the perfect place to lounge on the beach by day and party into the small hours by night.  
Finish your charter in Mahon, where the laid back way of life and elegant architecture provides the perfect setting for the relaxed cafe culture.

Spanish Balearic Islands - PALMA TO CABRERA - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N

PALMA TO CABRERA

DAY 1

Embark in the cosmopolitan capital Palma, with its stunning Gothic cathedral, twisting cobbled
streets of the old town and plethora of Michelin starred restaurants and waterfront bars.
From here, cruise to the protected National Maritime Park archipelago of Cabrera.
Once used as a base for pirates in the 13th century to attack the Mallorcan coastline, today the islands are uninhabited and protected. Access to this unspoilt location requires a special permit, which our Brokers will arrange for you. Anchor in its protected bay and climb up to the old castle for a wonderful view of the natural port and the island. Cabrera has its own Blue Grotto which you can visit by tender and have a dip in its astounding blue water.
Spend the night at anchor in the nature reserve’s sheltered bay, sip a cocktail on deck and make a wish under the shooting stars and bright constellations.

Spanish Balearic Islands - CABRERA TO IBIZA TOWN - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N

CABRERA TO IBIZA TOWN

DAY 2

Stroll through the ancient white washed streets of Ibiza Old Town and soak up the atmosphere in one of the many plazas, where tapas and wine go hand in hand with people watching.
Shopping for local artisan crafts and clothing is the perfect way to spend the afternoon or head to one of the many white sand beaches in the area, before enjoying sunset drinks in the harbour.
Ibiza is renowned for its vibrant nightlife, where you can dance the night away, but, contrary to popular belief, it is not just about clubbing. There are a vast array of sophisticated bars and restaurants in the Old Town where locals rub shoulders with the rich and famous.

Spanish Balearic Islands - IBIZA TOWN - FORMENTERA ISLAND - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N

IBIZA TOWN - FORMENTERA ISLAND

DAY 3&4

Cruise to the off-lying island of Formentera – this stunning spit of land is a beach lover’s paradise, with its perfect white sands and crystal clear waters that appear turquoise to the eye.
This blissful retreat is renowned for its healing properties, and celebrities from Jimi Hendrix, to Madonna to Leonardo di Caprio have all fallen under its magical spell.
Take a mud bath in the hot spring on the adjacent island of Espalmador or dance barefoot in the sand at one on the many beach clubs open day and night.

Spanish Balearic Islands - FORMENTERA ISLAND - ES VEDRA - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N

FORMENTERA ISLAND - ES VEDRA

DAY 5

Cruise along the southern coastline of Ibiza and anchor for lunch under the rock island of Es Vedra. Standing at almost 400 metres high, this uninhabited rock island stood in for the volcanic island Bali Hai in the 1958 Hollywood film, South Pacific.
Thought to be the third most magnetic place on the globe, after the North Pole and the Bermuda Triangle, Es Vedra is shrouded in myth and legend.
 Let the rock work its wonders as you snorkel around the base marvelling at the even more magical and present underwater world, before heading ashore for paella at Es Boldado.

Spanish Balearic Islands - ES VEDRA- PORT D' ANDRATX, MALLORCA  - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N

ES VEDRA- PORT D' ANDRATX, MALLORCA

DAY 6

Depart Ibiza early morning and cruise back across to Mallorca for a relaxing day of water sports in one of the bays near Port Andratx. This picturesque fishing village also manages to be one of Mallorca's classiest resorts.
Popular with the yachting fraternity and with the rich and famous, whose villas can be seen climbing up the hillsides, it also has a working fishing industry that supplies (amongst others), the port's restaurants. 
The harbour is one of the prettiest in Mallorca and a table at one of the many excellent waterside bars and restaurants is the perfect place for sundowners.
The historical village of Andratx itself, surrounded by orange groves and almond trees is 5 km away, at the top of the valley. Yachts can anchor in the bay or take a berth in the Yacht Club.

Spanish Balearic Islands - PORT D' ANDRATX - PORT SOLLER  - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N

PORT D' ANDRATX - PORT SOLLER

DAY 7

Anchor in the circular bay of Puerto Soller and sample the famous Soller prawns at one of the many beachside eateries. Jump on the vintage electric tram that runs the length of the harbour and head inland to the mountain town of Soller.
Dominated by a 16th century church, the cobbled streets are bustling with cafes and restaurants. Nearby are the charming villages of Deià, home to the famous La Residencia Hotel once owned by Richard Branson and the World Heritage town of Valldemossa, whose moorish terraces and blonde stone houses stand in stark contrast to the vivid blue of the sky.
Made famous by an infamous winter when Chopin and his lover Madame George Sands retreated there to avoid the Paris gossip.

Spanish Balearic Islands - PORT SOLLER - PORT POLLENCA - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N

PORT SOLLER - PORT POLLENCA

DAY 8

The peaceful coves around Formentor and Pollenca are perfect for a quiet anchorage.
Spend the day enjoying water sports or step ashore for a round of golf or take a hike into the mountains, to view the spectacular vistas of the dramatic coastline.
The ancient town of Pollenca, founded in 123 BC by the Romans, has long since been a tourist destination, however as it is populated mostly by islanders the feel here is truly authentic.
If you want to blend in then cafe culture is key. Pick one of the many cafes around the square, order a cafe con leche and and a slice of ensaimada, Mallorca’s queen of pastries, and sit back, relax and unwind.

Spanish Balearic Islands - PORT POLLENCA - CALA MORELL, MENORCA - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N

PORT POLLENCA - CALA MORELL, MENORCA

DAY 9

Sail across to the quieter island of Menorca, with its rolling hills and English feeling countryside. It’s not uncommon to find a shepherd herding his flock across the rural  landscape.
Spend the day relaxing and swimming in the clear waters around the sandy beaches of Cala Algaiarens, a large wide cove split into two medium sized golden sandy beaches, and the much smaller Cala Morell, where whitewashed houses perch on the surrounding cliffs.
Both areas exude charm and tranquility. For those interested in culture and history the beautiful port city of Ciutadella is a short distance away.

Spanish Balearic Islands - MAHON - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N

MAHON

DAY 10

Mahon, or Maó as it is also known, is set on a ridge above the deep inlet that forms the harbour, which is the largest natural port in the Mediterranean.
The architecture of the elegant, laidback town reflects the legacy of the British occupation in the 18th century, with bow fronted houses and sash windows. They even produce their own gin, the famous Xoriguer and indispensable ingredient of Pomada, the local cocktail mixed with home-made lemonade. 
Pavement cafés occupy just about every available space, making Mahón a very pleasant place to get into the unhurried Menorcan way of life. 
Mahon is famous for its shoe factories, so you have an excellent excuse to buy a few pairs in the factory stores before heading to the airport.

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