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In ‘Superyacht Marinas’

The Balearic Islands, Spanish charm and personality

A Spanish Paradise Superyacht visitors can expect to sail the Balearic Islands while experiencing the famous culture and history there is to offer along with breathtaking sceneries, great food and the experience of a lifetime. ...


Ibiza, More Than Just A Party

Ibiza is the perfect place to end your luxury yacht charter experience. It is the third largest of the Balearic Islands. It has become world-famous for its nightlife and electronic music. Most people expect that a holiday in Ib...



Formentera, Crystal Blue Waters and Sandy Beaches

Formentera is a small southerly island that offers many different activities and sites for you to enjoy. This island is so small in fact, that there is no airport; this keeps the resort relatively quiet and peaceful. With some ...


Isla de Cabrera, The Virgin Island

Isla de Cabrera is an uninhabited islet located off the southern coast of Majorca. It is a National Park declared so in 1991. When visiting its lonely beaches you may get a feel of what it was like to be Robinson Crusoe. Eighte...



Porto Cristo, A Quiet Charm

Porto Cristo is in no way a primarily visited attraction in Mallorca, in fact, it is a quiet resort that tries to encourage worldly visitors. Two of the main sites to see are the Coves del Drach and the Coves dels Hams. The nam...


Mahon, The Capitol of Minorca

Mahon has the second deepest natural harbour in the world! The water is deep but remains clear due to it being slightly enclosed. The port itself is relaxing by day and vibrant by night. Cocktail venues and dining places come a...



Cala Fornells, The Fishing Village

The village of Cala Fornells was originally founded to serve the castle erected in the 16th century as a defense against the Barbary pirates, for whom Fornells Bay provided the perfect safe haven. The bay of Fornells contains f...


Cuitadella, The Old Capitol

On the western end of Menorca lies Ciutadella, one of the two main cities in the Balearic Islands. This is one of the most popular yachting destinations in the Balearic Islands. Originally founded by the Carthaginians, it was a...



Alcudia, Where History And Beauty Meet

Alcudia is a historic town with Roman influences. It is a very prevalent area in the North of Majorca. It is the perfect vacation spot for families, couples or those looking for many activities filled with hiking, cycling, beac...


Cap de Formentor, The Northern Tip of Mallorca

This remote peninsula has breathtaking views, sandy beaches and the island’s original luxury hotel. 400 metre tall cliffs jut into the sea while pine trees grow out from between the rocks. The Majorcans call the cape the ...



Puerto de Soller, A Resort With Traditional Charm

A tramway links the inland town of Soller to Puerto de Soller, running along a beachside road. In this charming beach resort you can find shops, plenty of dining spots and cocktail venues, but this is a peaceful port away from ...


Andratx, The Undiscovered Island

Andratx is an ancient town that until recently was mainly inhabited by the local Majorcans. Most visitors here are independent travellers who either own homes in the area or prefer to navigate and explore on their own terms. Mu...



Palma, Sail Into Paradise

Palma is a major city and port on the island of Majorca. Known for its sun and the beach, this warm island also offers a lot of history. For those who enjoy sightseeing, there is the famous cathedral called La Seu, Alumudaina P...