And with good reason, because a navigation to the island promises very special and unforgettable impressions that are denied to land tourism. But sailing beginners, families and weekend sailors also take advantage of the Balearic waters, because Mallorca is incredibly versatile and offers something for everyone; from boating to a relaxed afternoon on board with stops for swimming in picturesque coves, passing through the mooring in party places.
Nature lovers can navigate the Tramuntana, a World Heritage Site, visit one of the many nature reserves such as Cabrera or La Dragonera, or visit one of the impressive stalactite caves on the east coast.
Recommended tour of Mallorca
Stage 1: We set sail from the sandy area crossing the Es Freus strait between Ibiza and Formentera to reach Es Palmador, a small and beautiful island in the north of Formentera.
Stage 2: From Es Palmador we sail south to anchor in Ses Illetes, one of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean where you can enjoy an excellent paella. To finish in the field of buoys of Calo to approach with the Dinghy to field of buoys (fish lagoon).
Stage 3: We will anchor in Raco des Xiquetes to spend the day snorkeling, we can also explore a cave that is located nearby.
Stage 4: We continue around Formentera and pass by the Cabo Barbaria lighthouse, reaching the "wildest" part of the island where there is hardly any traffic.
Stage 5: We will sail to the southeast and around the cliffs of La Mola, a fantastic place with crystal clear waters.
Stage 6: We head towards Mallorca where the road will be our destination, we can enjoy the beautiful view of the small island Espardell as a farewell.
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