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Balearic Islands

The Balearic Islands archipelago (Menorca, Palma de Mallorca, Ibiza and Formentera) is located on around 100 nautical miles east off the coast of Spain.  Despite the influx of summer tourists, each island has retained its intrinsic beauty. This destination is perfect for yacht charter not only because of the weather, but also because it is filled with isolated coves only accessible by sea. Behind the prestigious resorts and bars, this charter destination is rich in Gothic cathedrals, ancient ruins, authentic fishing villages, preserved olive groves and other typical fauna.

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Suggested Itinerary

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WHEN TO GO: MAY-OCTOBER
Menorca is a haven of tranquility with creeks mostly accessible only by boat or long hours of walking. Mallorca, the largest island of the archipelago, too often conceals an unsuspected charm. With its spectacular mountains, the Gothic architecture of its churches, perched picturesque villages and olive groves it give you a feel that many of the luxury hotels tend to lack.

It is no longer necessary to present Ibiza as just a centre of boundless energy. Surprisingly, the island "magic" is deemed to be a paradise for night owls, the meeting point of the Jet Set and the lively centre of San Antonio with its well known bars, restaurants and discos. Ibiza also has some quiet anchorages and extreme beauty to discover.

Formentera, the smallest of the archipelago, is described as the Mediterranean's last paradise as it has managed to combine tourism and protecting its environment over the years. You can only come to Formentera by boat, with this relative inaccessibility, the island is a quiet place to escape the stress and massive numbers of tourists. You can enjoy your cruise with a dip on its 20 kmlength of white sandy beaches, whose waters are absolutely crystal-clear where you can enjoy endless water activities.

Day 1: Embarkation to Mahon - Menorca
Day 2: Mitjana - Macarella - Macaralleta
Day 3: Ciutadella
Day 4: Mallorca - Soller
Day 5: Palma de Mallorca
Day 6: Cabrera
Day 7: Ibiza - Las Salina - Formentera
Day 8: Disembarkation Eivissa - Ibiza

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