West Nautical18A Osborne RoadJesmondNewcastle upon TyneNE2 2ADUnited Kingdom
National parks, miles of white sand beaches, ancient history and world class restaurants await in Mallorca on your yacht charter with West Nautical.
On arrival in Palma, you will be transferred by private chauffeur to your yacht in one of Palma’s spectacular marinas.
The capital offers a beautiful collection of historical sites, and is also home to a seemingly endless array of galleries, restaurants, craft studios and bars. It is undoubtedly the jewel in Mallorca’s crown.
Settle in on board and meet your crew before heading to Cala Comtessa for an afternoon of sunbathing and fun with the yacht’s water toys.
In the evening head ashore to discover the delights of the city, visit the magnificent gothic cathedral, explore the designer shops and indulge in a cocktail or two after your evening meal.
Today you will visit the charming upmarket town of Andratx, located amid the foothills of the Tramuntana Mountains, surrounded by orange pine, olive and almond trees.
You will dock in the marina where you can disembark and discover the town’s fashion boutiques and exclusive restaurants which attract a host of international stars to the area.
For those seeking adventure there are many fantastic hiking and cycling trails offering spectacular views, pony trekking can even be arranged through local riding stables. If you are a keen golfer there are also several world-class courses within an hour’s drive.
There are multiple gorgeous, quiet, beaches just a short distance away, such as Cala Blanca, Cala de Cranc and Cala d’Egos which are all fantastic for snorkelling. Diving and fishing excursions can also be organised.
Spend your evening dining in the glamorous marina, soaking up the atmosphere with your favourite drink in hand.
This morning you will anchor in the circular bay of Puerto Sóller. Surrounded by woodland, mountains and accompanied by the scent of orange blossom, Sóller is a treat for the senses.
Head ashore and explore the town’s bustling cobbled streets. The main square, Plaça Constitució, has many cafés where you can enjoy an orange juice or freshly brewed coffee, if you are visiting on a Saturday the town is particularly lively as the local market takes place.
At lunch time be sure to enjoy some tapas and of course a must are some famous Sóller prawns, a local delicacy. If you enjoy culture and period architecture there are many historical sites to visit as well as three museums.
In the evening return on board to enjoy spectacular views over the coastline or if would you prefer to stay ashore pay a visit to Ca’s Xorc Boutique Hotel & Restaurant, which has tables overlooking the Sóller valley. The restaurant prides itself on using high quality local and organic products to create a mixture of Mediterranean and international fare.
Today you will discover the Port town of Pollença, once a simple fishing port the town is now a favourite with those visiting Mallorca for its picturesque beaches and relaxed pace of life.
Spend the morning anchored off one of the many beaches en route to Cap Formentor, an UNESCO-protected peninsula with towering cliffs overlooking the Mediterranean.
This area has something for everyone including sunbathing, exploring the caves, snorkelling with scorpionfish and for those experienced enough, rock climbing above the ocean. Your crew will prepare a delicious barbecue lunch to be enjoyed on one of the neighbouring secluded beaches.
After a day filled with action, head back to Puerto Pollença where you can spend the evening enjoying the port’s restaurants and bars.
Renowned for its long stretch of pristine beach and shallow waters, Puerto Alcudia is one of Spain’s primary locations for watersports. Here you can make the most of the yacht’s watersports equipment, paddle boarding, kayaking and jet skiing – parasailing can also be arranged for those who want to experience new heights!
In the afternoon, explore the old town, the best-preserved medieval town in Majorca, a popular way to do so is by bicycle. Brimming with history, the old town was once an important Roman fortress founded over 2000 years ago.
Navigate its maze of narrow streets surrounded by impressive walls, some of which you can walk along, if you are visiting on a Tuesday or Sunday you will be able to visit the weekly market.
In the evening your crew will prepare a spectacular meal on board for you to enjoy al fresco with views over the port.
Prepare to discover a small piece of paradise today when you visit the Cabrera National Park. It is one of the best-preserved marine areas on the Spanish coastline, an untouched oasis teeming with wildlife and phenomenal scenery.
Also known as ‘the lost Balearic Island’, it is uninhabited apart from 12 park rangers. It is made up of 19 islands and islets which form what is known as the Cabrera archipelago, its jagged coastline and remote location, accessible only by boat, is the reason its natural beauty remains almost untouched.
All you need to discover the wonders beneath the waves are a pair of fins and a snorkel mask, then it is all about keeping your eyes peeled for the local residents: dolphins, fin whales and even humpback whales! On land be sure to make the journey to the 16th-century Cabrera Castle for awe-inspiring views over the island.
After a day filled with nature and exploration you will anchor back on Mallorca in Sa Rapita.
This morning after breakfast you will cruise to Es Trenc, famous for its Caribbean blue waters and bright white sand, the beach is best appreciated for its remoteness and unspoilt beauty.
Spend the day sunbathing and swimming in the shallow turquoise waters. For lunch you can head back aboard or opt for another beach barbecue prepared by the crew.
In the late afternoon you will cruise back to Palma city, ready to enjoy the final evening of your charter in this spectacular city. Enjoy one last meal on board and then head into the city to indulge in some live music and cocktails.
Disembark in Palma