Balearic Islands


Rent a yacht and sail to the discovery of the Balearic Islands

Whether you prefer farniente or are an adept of water sports, whether you would rather visit natural parks or dance the night away in reputed night clubs, there is everything to make everyone happy in the Balearic Islands.

Les Baléares à la voile

The Balearic Archipelago is found off the oriental shores of the Iberian Peninsula. Functionning as an autonomous community, these islands are among the most beautiful and popular ones of the western Mediterranean coast.

They are ideal for chartering a sailboat or catamaran. There are 4 main islands : Majorqua (the biggest one), Minorca, Ibiza and Formentera. These 4 islands have more than 360 sandy white beaches all together. There are also smaller islands or islets, such as Cabrera, which are worth the stop. Majorca, Minorca and Cabrera form the Gymnesian Islands. Ibiza and Formentera are commonly called the Pityusas or more informally the Pine Islands (maybe an ancient reference to the pine trees). Other than its beaches, the stunning caves are a must see. The most popular ones are the Caves of Drach on Majorca with its impressive stalagmites and stalactites and an underground lake. Ibiza is well known for its animated night life. 13 wine producers live on the Archipelago and wine is produced on these islands since ancient roman time. The National Park of the Cabrera Archipelago is made up of 19 small islands and islets at around 10 kilometres from the south of Majorca. The Park is host to various species of sea birds and its waters teeming with dolphins, whales and other marine animals. With nearly 300 days of sunshine each year, its splendid beaches, its crystal clear waters, a rich cultural history and welcoming inhabitants, the Baleric Islands attract thousands of tourists from different continents. Whether you prefer farniente or are a water sports adept, whether you would rather visit the natural parks or acheological ruins or dance all night in internationally reputed clubs, there is everything to make everyone happy !.


Have a look at our presentation video of the Balearic Islands made by our team :

Palma de Majorque

The sailboats and catamaran to rent are found at the Marina of the Palma harbour ( 10 minutes drive from the aiport of Palma) and at the Marina of Calanvova (20 minutes drive from the airport). Ideal base of departure to cruise around Majorca or to travel to Minorca or Ibiza.


The port is found at Sant Antoni, 20 minutes from the airport of Ibiza. From there, you can discover the small island of Es Vedrad and sail in the direction of Formentera.

Alicante / Barcelona

If you are departing from Spain, the cruise in direction of the Balearic Islands will take around 10 hours.


The Balearic Islands have a year-round mild weather with an average of 300 days of sunshine a year. The mean temperature in summer is around 30 degrees, going down to 16 degrees in winter. The sea water temperature revolves around 14 degrees in winter and 26 degrees by the end of summer.


The prevailing winds generally blow from the north at a maximum of 15 knots. Probabililty of strong winds is higher between October and April. The Sirocco (south) and the Mistral (north-west) are tempered by the Gulf of Lion and cause rough seas. Minorca is known as the Windy Island due to a cold and dry northern wind called the Tramontana. This has also led to the popularits of the island for sailors and windsurfers / kitesurfers.



Suggested routes (click on the map for further details) :

Itinéraires aux Baléares

Our boats are ideally located at the following places (click on the map for further details) :

  • Marina Naviera Balear (opposite the Hotel Tryp Bellver) at the port of Palma (10 minutes from the airport of Palma)
  • Marina Port Olimpic de Calanova (20 minutes drive from the airport of Palma)
  • Port of Sant Antoni (20 minutes drive from the airport of Ibiza)
  • Marina de Denia near Alicante (1h from the international airports of Alicante and Valencia) – the nearest marina to reach the Balearie Islands from the continent

Suggested route from Palma :  

  • Sud Majorque : Palma – Cala Pi – Colonia Sant Jordi – Cala Figulera – Colonia Sant Jordi – Port Sa Rapita – Palma (80 MN) : 7 days
  • Tour de Majorque : Palma – Port d'Andratx – Soller – Pollensa – Cala Ratjada – Porto Cristo – Porto Colom – Cala Figueras – Colonia Sant Jordi – Palma (180 MN) : 14 days
  • Palma – Ibiza – Formentera – Palma (160 MN) : 7 ou 14 days
  • Palma - Cala Pi - Cabrera - Alcudia - Ciutadella - Mahon - Es Grau - Fornells - Pollença - Soller - Andraitx (300 MN) : 14 days

Suggested route from Formentera (Port of Savina) :

  • Marina Formentera - Cala Soana - Es Calo - Es Pujols - Espalador - Cala Compta - Cala Jondal - Marina Formentera : 90 MN (7 days)

Suggested route from Ibiza (Port of Sant Antoni) :

  • Sant Antoni - Es Vedra - Espalmador - Formentera - Ibiza : 100 MN (7 days)

Note : the proposed routes are based on a sailing time of 2-3 hours daily at an average speed of 5 knots. We will be more than happy to guide you on the organisation of your sailing trip. If you are on the look-out for other itineraries, give us a call and we will gladly answer you.

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