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Don't miss it Balearic Islands


The largest island in the Balearic is a sailor's paradise. The island has over 500km of coast and is dotted with secluded coves, sandy beaches, and of course, the turquoise sea. The capital city, Palma de Mallorca, has one of the most beautiful ports in the Mediterranean and is a popular starting point for many sailing expeditions. The island is also home to the Cabrera Archipelago National Park, a protected marine reserve where you can view abundant beautiful marine life under the water's surface.

The island has a wealth of beautiful beaches, from secluded coves to bustling resorts. Some of the most popular beaches include Cala Mesquida, Playa de Muro, and Cala d'Or. Each beach offers plenty of opportunities for water activities such as windsurfing, jet-skiing, and sailing.

The landscape of Mallorca is also worth exploring during your cruise, with the Tramuntana mountain range offering the best view of the island's coast. The mountains provide an excellent backdrop for outdoor activities such as hiking and cycling. For a more leisurely experience, take a scenic train ride from Palma to Soller for the day, passing through the picturesque countryside.

Mallorca has a rich history and culture reflected in its architecture, museums, and festivals. Palma (also known as Palma de Mallorca), the island's capital, is home to multiple historic buildings, including the Gothic-style Cathedral of Santa Maria and the Bellver Castle. The island also hosts multiple cultural events throughout the year, including the Sant Joan festival, which features traditional street parties during the day and fireworks during the night.

While in Mallorca, be sure to visit Nikki Beach Club- located on the beach of Calvià, Mallorca. This luxury beach club features a pool, restaurant, and DJ entertainment.

Palma is also a great destination for food and drink. The city has many restaurants, cafes, and bars, serving traditional Mallorcan cuisine and international dishes. Passengers will be delighted by the range of delicious food to sample for each day's lunch and dinner.


Located northeast of Mallorca, is a quieter and more secluded island, perfect for those seeking a peaceful cruise experience away from the crowds of people that tend to visit the main island of Mallorca. The island's rugged coast is dotted with hidden coves and sandy beaches, which can only be accessed by boat. The island is also home to a number of historic sites, including ancient Talayotic settlements and a British fort.

One of the main draws of Menorca is its pristine beaches. With over 120 beaches and coves, each with unique charm, you can find a beach that fits your needs. Whether looking for a peaceful spot to unwind or an adventure-filled day of water sports, each Menorca beach has something for everyone. Some of the most popular beaches include Cala Galdana, Cala Mitjana, and Cala Macarella.

Besides its stunning beaches, Menorca boasts a scenic landscape characterized by rolling hills, lush forests, and picturesque countryside. Over 40% of the island's land area is protected as a biosphere reserve, providing an ideal backdrop for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and horseback riding.

The island's cuisine is influenced by its Mediterranean location, with fresh seafood, locally grown vegetables, and aromatic herbs as staples. Some of the island's most popular dishes include lobster stew, ensaimadas (sweet pastries), and Mahon cheese, which has a Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) status.

Mahon is located on the east coast of Menorca and is known for its deep natural port, one of the world's largest and most beautiful. The town has a rich history that dates back to the 3rd century BC when it was founded by the Carthaginians.

Mahon has a charming historic centre with many beautiful buildings, plazas, and churches that showcase its cultural heritage. Mahon's must-see attractions include the Santa Maria Church, the Plaza de España, the Town Hall, and the Xoriguer Gin Distillery.

Unlike some of Spain's more touristy destinations, Menorca has maintained its laid-back and authentic vibe. The island is a great place to unwind and recharge, with plenty of opportunities for relaxation and reflection.

From Menorca, it is possible to sail to Italy. The closest point in Italy would be Sardinia, with the trip taking between a half day and a full day to get there. Some cruises have their long travel time completed over - night so they can sleep through it. Discover the authentic Sardinian culture, rich history, and mouthwatering cuisine of Italy while being surrounded by some of the most spectacular natural wonders of the Mediterranean.


Known for its lively nightlife and parties, it is also a great destination for sailing enthusiasts. The island's coast has stunning beaches and bays, and the crystal-clear water is perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and diving. The island's interior is home to some of the most beautiful countryside in the Mediterranean, with olive groves, almond trees, and traditional white-washed villages.

One of the main attractions of Ibiza is its nightlife which travelers come from far and wide to experience a lively night in an Ibiza club. The island is famous for its clubs and parties, and some of the biggest DJs in the world play in Ibiza every night during summer. If you're looking for a night out, there are plenty of options, from small bars to mega-clubs.

Pacha is regarded as the most popular club in Ibiza. It has been a fixture on the island's night scene for over four decades and is known for its lively atmosphere, world-class DJs, and iconic cherries logo. Other popular clubs in Ibiza include Amnesia, Ushuaia, DC-10, and Privilege.

But Ibiza is more than just a club-filled island. It also boasts some of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean. From secluded coves to bustling resorts, each Ibiza beach offers something for everyone. Some of the most popular beaches include Cala Bassa, Cala Comte, and Playa d'en Bossa.

The island's landscape is also worth exploring. The rugged Tramuntana mountain range dominates the island's north while rolling hills and picturesque countryside characterize the south. There are plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and horseback riding.


The smallest of the four main islands is located south of Ibiza. The island is renowned for its pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters, which make it a popular destination for snorkelers and divers. The island is also home to a number of hidden coves and bays, which can only be accessed by boat. With its laid-back atmosphere and unspoiled beauty, Formentera is the perfect destination for those looking to escape the crowds and enjoy a peaceful sailing experience.

Despite its small size, Formentera is a hidden gem in the Mediterranean, with stunning beaches, a calm sea, and a laid-back atmosphere perfect for a relaxing cruise.

One of the main attractions of Formentera is its beaches, considered some of the best in the Mediterranean. The island is surrounded by turquoise water, perfect for swimming and snorkelling. Some of the most popular beaches include Playa de Illetas, Cala Saona, and Es Pujols.

Formentera has a unique culture and history reflected in its architecture, museums, and festivals. The island's capital, Sant Francesc Xavier, has multiple historic buildings, including the Sant Francesc Xavier church and the Ethnological Museum. The island also hosts a number of cultural events throughout the year, including the Festa de la Sal, which celebrates the island's salt production.

For those who wish to travel outside the Balearic Islands, the trip to the Port of Barcelona from Formentera takes about 5 hours on average. Barcelona is a vibrant city that travelers flock to in their millions yearly.

Best Ports to Visit

The Balearic Islands have several ports that offer great facilities and services for yacht and boat owners. Here are some of the best ports in the Balearic Islands:

  • Port de Palma - Located in the capital city of Palma de Mallorca, is one of the Balearic Islands' most popular and well-equipped ports. It has over 500 berths and a range of amenities, including restaurants, shops, and repair services.
  • Port Adriano - Situated in the southwest of Mallorca, this modern and luxurious port was designed by Philippe Starck. It offers over 480 berths, a range of high-end restaurants and shops, and various leisure activities.
  • Marina Ibiza - Located in the heart of Ibiza town, this port is a popular destination for luxury yachts and superyachts. It offers over 500 berths, high-end restaurants and boutiques, and a range of services, including concierge and maintenance.
  • Port de Sóller - Situated on the west coast of Mallorca, this picturesque port offers over 200 berths, stunning mountain and sea views, and a range of restaurants and shops.
  • Club Náutico de Mahón - located in the historic port town of Mahón in Menorca, this port offers over 400 berths, a range of amenities, and easy access to the town's cultural attractions and restaurants.

How does a cabin cruise work?

Cabin cruises offer complete comfort and luxury. With a huge variety of charters available to book, you will certainly find the ideal cruise for your week (or more!) in the Balearic islands. Many yacht types are available to book, including monohull, catamaran, and motorboat options. Monohulls are the traditional type of sailboat known for their speed and traditional sailing experience. The catamaran is becoming increasingly sought after in the Balearic islands due to its spaciousness and stability. Motorboat yachts are ideal for those who want to explore the islands in style and luxury.

A cabin cruise is different to chartering a ship bareboat, as everything is organised on behalf of the cruise passengers. An itinerary full of activities and beautiful destinations will be planned along with a full or half board meal package. This means you will be offered between two and three meals a day, usually for the half board package features of breakfast and lunch. With the half-board option, cruise passengers can spend the night at one of the local restaurants in whatever port they have stopped in. Each port has many options of restaurants for you to select from.

Depending on the type of yacht you select for your cruise, the cabin sizes will differ. On some of our cruises, there are options to book a single or a double cabin or even sometimes a suite! No matter what cabins offered, we can assure you that travelers will find the perfect cabin at the best price.

We offer multiple ships and cruises to passengers who wish to travel here. Whether you wish to spend your days lazily cruising along the coast, relaxing on the deck of the yacht, or exploring the coastline's many destinations, we have a package to suit any person! A cabin cruise is a luxury experience as it includes all the comforts on board at our price.

Our skipper and crew shall take care of the itinerary during your cruise freeing you from worry and stress as they offer you their exceptional services. A skipper will select the best route for sailing, and the other crew members remain at your disposal to take care of all the essential details (no matter how small!) onboard and in your cabins to make your trip outstanding. Booking a cabin on a sailing cruise can be a great way to meet new people and make friends while exploring the area and on the deck of the yacht.

The crew will prepare food daily with traditional gastronomic flavours of Spain included in the full board. You will also be able to benefit from the services of the hostess regularly cleaning the common area of the cruise ship.

Enjoy the view as you cruise the sea, read a great book, or ask the crew for some sailing tips! In the skipper's free time, they will happily help you brush up on your sailing knowledge. Or rest in your air-conditioned cabins onboard the ship or in the catamaran saloon. The ship offers you plenty of space and comfort, so you can retire to your cabins anytime and have a moment away from the other passengers on the boat.

Do you already have dates in mind for your cruise? Talk to one of our expert booking advisors who will recommend the best deals for whatever time of year you wish to sailing. When you book a cruise early, there are sometimes special deals that passengers can avail of. Our booking staff can offer their services and advise on the details of our cruises using real clients' reviews and data as well as their years of experience in the industry to help you to select the best cruise for you.

The Balearic Islands are easily accessible, with airports in Ibiza, Menorca and Mallorca. You can fly directly from many major European cities, but if you’re flying from further afield, such as the US, then you will have to stop over in a city such as London or Barcelona.

The price of you trip will vary depending on the specific cruise details. Factors such as cabin size, half or full board package, the size of cabins, how many passengers you are booking for will affect the price of your trip.

Book your Cabin Cruise in the Balearic Islands now!

Booking a cabin cruise in the Balearic Islands can be an excellent choice for those who want to explore this Spanish archipelago in a unique and exciting way. With over 300 days of sunshine a year, the Balearic Islands offer stunning views of clear blue waters, rugged coastlines, and picturesque coves, making it an ideal destination for a cruise. You can book a cabin cruise that will take you to some of the most beautiful spots in the Balearic Islands, where you can enjoy sunsets, swim in crystal-clear waters, and relax on pristine beaches.

We have many cruises available for your group: sailboat, catamaran or gulet in a private cabin or suite with board and excursions included. Even if you are not an expert in navigation, a cabin cruise includes the experience of living closely with the ins and outs of crewing the ship for the week.

If your ideal vacation day features relaxing on the deck of a ship in the sun, then a GlobeSailor cruise is the thing for you! The cruise price may often seem higher than usual, but this includes a paid skipper and crew to take care of all your cruise needs. Under the care of a professional skipper, the yacht or catamaran will be managed expertly. Allowing cabin cruise passengers to fully focus on discovering some of the best destinations in the area. Cruises with a skipper are also an opportunity to visit their itinerary's multiple places of interest. Each stop during the cruise at one of the ports offers many sightseeing or relaxation activities, allowing you to make the most of your trip! So don't worry about how many days your cruise lasts because the itinerary is designed so that no places of interest are missed!

One of our most popular cruises in the Balearics area is GlobeSailor's 'Secrets of Mallorca Cruise'. You will sail on a magnificent Lagoon 40, built in 2019. This catamaran, almost 12 metres in length, has all the necessary equipment on board to make for an unforgettable holiday. You will enjoy lunch on the large cockpit table and relax on wide benches. The trampolines and sunbathing area at the front of the boat are the perfect place for travelers to relax with the beautiful view of the scenery.