Majorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands. Situated on the west coast, the island emerges under a magnificent landscape of high mountains and a vegetation of pines. Having long experienced uncontrolled mass tourism or balearization, the island shows you that it has kept all its charm and its naturally wild aspects which have always constituted the principal attractions of the island. The Mallorcan government took control of the situation in order to protect both its natural and cultural heritage. Majorca is one of the largest nature destinations in the Mediterranean. On board a sailboat, enjoy the panoramic view of the entire outline of the island, from the majestic limestone cliffs to the north and west plunging into wonderfully translucent, turquoise and sapphire waters as well as vast planted plains Almonds, olive trees, vineyards and carob trees. Be aware that over a year, Baleares enjoys 300 days of sunshine. It is a rare opportunity to cross the whole island, especially that of Majorca, to fully enjoy the dream holidays in Spain. Close to 153 cruises are available.
Minorca, Smaller than the island of Majorca, the island of Menorca is about the size of an islet. It is the most preserved of the Spanish archipelago. She has now become the least frequented and the most beautiful. To get there, we suggest renting a sailboat from where you can admire its many wonders. Start by visiting the natural harbor Mahon and enjoy a small coffee break in the island's restaurants. Continue to conquer the still visible traces of an intense prehistoric in one of the oldest megalithic monuments of Europe, in the Naveta d'Es Tudons. Indeed, for its unique seaside in the world, the island was recognized as a "biosphere reserve" in 1993 by UNESCO. The island is bordered by a typically Mediterranean landscape of rocks, many creeks that are accessible only by boat. No road leads to its 200 km of coast beautifully strewn with nearly a hundred sandy beaches.
Ibiza, Long known for its picturesque beaches, Ibiza remains a perfect destination for a cruise aboard a sailboat. Its climate rather soft and dry and especially very sunny leaves its visitors the free choice to explore its most beautiful sites. Fund, for example, the natural park of Ses Salines in Ibiza, the upper town of Alta Vila or Dalt which means the summit, the Punic Phoenician necropolis of Puig des Molins, the Phoenician archaeological site of San Caleta, etc. You can also swim in one of its beautiful beaches such as Cala Gracio, San José and Cala Salada. Ibiza has the most beaches in the world of fifty. With nature, one can say that history is also omnipresent on the land of Ibiza. The island was ranked Heritage cultural and natural properties of UNESCO in 1999. It presents to the world a perfect example of the interaction that takes place between marine and coastal ecosystems.
Number of boats :