Each year, tourists arrive in masses to the beaches of this island, and for many obvious reasons. With over 260 beaches across 550 kilometers, Majorca is home to some of Europe’s finest R&R hotspots. Head north west to Cala Formentor, a stunning beach surround by a forest and a mountain range backdrop. Moore your catamaran charter south of the island to Es Trenc. On this stunning beach you can bathe on white smooth sand or swim in its crystal-clear water. In the north east, you will find the largest sand beach of the island, Playa de Muro. Playa de Muro is recognized as having a Blue Flag award due to its cleanliness and environment friendly facilities. This prestigious beach is lined with restaurants and has top quality amenities making it a family friendly destination.
Water sports, horseback riding, mountain climbing … you name it, this island has it! With a vast span of landscapes, from a pristine coastline to a rugged mountain terrain, a catamaran charter in Majorca offers activities for every type of sailor. Spend time away from the sea as you mountain bike through the Sierra de Tramuntana or paraglide over the island, a fantastic activity for adrenaline seekers. Discover the darkness by exploring one of the underground caves. Want to spend as much time in the water as possible? Grab your snorkel or diving gear and see the underwater beauty of the Mediterranean. Many may think of this island as a destination where people just sit in the sun and sip on cocktails… Although it is very possible to do so, with so many adventurous options, sailors have the opportunity to expand their itinerary beyond that.
A main attraction of Majorca is that you can visit this nautical haven anytime of the year. So, don’t fret if you are unable to get time off work during the summer to visit this island, winter is just as good. The months of April to September experience the hottest temperatures and most amount of sunlight. However, the winter remains relatively warm and the crowds are significantly less. Come whenever you can to soak up every minute of this pleasant Mediterranean climate on a catamaran charter!
Navigate your boat rental towards the north west coast of the island and discover the charming town of Soller. Dock at Port de Soller and take a stroll along the promenade before taking the “Orange Express” tram 3 kilometers inland into the city center. Plaza de la Constitucion is heart of the town where you’ll find quaint cafes and bars lining the winding streets. If you are visiting Soller on a Saturday, make sure to stop at the lively market that fills the square. This traditional market sells everything from fresh fish and vegetables to clothes and accessories. Want to take part in a traditional Spanish festival? Schedule a catamaran charter in Majorca the second week of May. During this time each year, the festival Es Firo takes place in Soller. Locals dress up and re-enact the battle between the Moors and Christians that took place in 1561. Soller is a must see and should definitely be a stop along your voyage through this island.
A catamaran charter in Majorca is the best starting point to visit the Balearic Islands. Daily direct flights are offered from numerous European cities to Son Sant Joan International Airport (PMI). Getting to and from mainland Spain is relatively fast both by water and air. A flight from Palma to Barcelona is a mere 30 minutes. However, collect over 160 nautical miles by traveling to the mainland on your boat rental.
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