Majorca - cabin cruise

Discover Palma and the island of Mallorca on a cabin cruise

Discover the tranquil beauty of Mallorca, the largest island in the Balearic Islands. It has 550 kilometres of coastline, along which are some of the most beautiful beaches and coves in the Mediterranean. The island enjoys a very pleasant climate, with more than 300 days of sunshine a year.

Mallorca itinerary from Palma

Here are the details of the itinerary taken by your sailboat and its crew during your cabin cruise in Palma de Mallorca :

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Day 1 - Palma de Mallorca

Plan to arrive early to visit the old town of Palma. Stroll through its cobbled streets and visit one of the most famous Gothic churches in Europe: Palma's cathedral, known as "La Seu", which means "the seat" and probably referred to the Bishop's chair. Soak up the historical atmosphere and charm of Palma before boarding at 6pm. 

Then you will settle on board, and after the safety briefing, we will set sail for a short sail (1h30 max.) to Cala Portals Vells, a beautiful cove with crystal clear waters. 

Dinner and overnight on board. 

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Day 2 - Cala Portals vells – Cala Pi - Colonia Sant Jordi (25NM - 2h30 + escale à Cala Pi, 1h30) 

After breakfast, departure for Cala Pi. Its charming beach and turquoise waters invite you to swim and snorkel. There is a beach bar and three restaurants. A few centuries ago, pirate attacks were common in this area: the remains of a watchtower overlook the beach. 

Lunch on board at anchor. If the wind or weather conditions are not favourable, we will continue to the port of Sa Rapita (about 3 MN eastward) which has a sheltered marina.  

After lunch we will hoist the sails and sail to Colonia Sant Jordi (15mn - 2h30). Colonia is renowned for its beautiful white sand beaches, including Es Carbo, frequented by the royal family, and Es Trenc, a more secluded beach of about 3 km with golden sand and translucent sea. Swimming, snorkeling and sunbathing on the beach are on the program. In the city, along the Avinguda de la Primavera, you will find many tapas bars and restaurants. We will anchor for the night between the islets Gabina and Redonda. 

Dinner and overnight on board. 

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Day 3 - Colonia Sant Jordi–Cala Figuera - Porto Petro (19 mn - 3 h)

We will sail north after breakfast along the picturesque coast to Cala Figuera. Known locally as "Little Venice", Cala Figuera is one of the most authentic and secluded anchorages on the south-east coast of Mallorca. The fishing port has remained intact, with its whitewashed houses and boathouses dotted along the shore. After lunch on board, you will enjoy the unspoilt environment. Then we will sail to Porto Petro, a former fishing port that has become a pleasant seaside resort with a well-sheltered bay.

Dinner and overnight on board.

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Day 4 - Porto Petro - Cala Santanyi (7 NM – 1h30)

After breakfast, departure for Cala Santanyi. This beautiful cove bathed in crystal-clear water and lined with white sand is perfect for swimming. It is surrounded by cliffs and a pine forest. Overlooking the bay from the coast, the watchtower "Torre Nova de la Roca Fesa" was erected in 1663 to protect this coastline from pirates. After lunch on board, swimming, snorkeling and kayaking to the beautiful cave nearby.

Dinner and overnight on board.


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Day 5 - Cala Santanyi – Cabrera National Park (15NM -2h30) - Es Caragol

In the morning, departure for Cabrera National Park. 

Early morning departure to Cabrera National Park. 

The archipelago of Cabrera is a marine and land reserve located 10 km off the southeast coast of Mallorca. It includes a mistress island, Cabrera, 6 small islands and a dozen rocky islets. The Cabrera reserve is renowned for its fauna and flora, both terrestrial and underwater. You will enjoy diving with flippers, mask and snorkel in this marine universe with preserved purity. In the afternoon, take a walk to the castle overlooking the bay. At around 17:00 you will leave Cabrera to sail towards the beach of Es Caragol, famous for its beauty, naturalness and tranquillity.

Dinner and overnight on board. 

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Day 6 - Es Caragol – Es Trenc Beach, Sa Rapita (12NM - 2h) 

After breakfast, we will sail to the beach of Es Trenc. This sumptuous beach stretches for 3 km along a landscape of dunes. The area is protected and therefore free of anarchic constructions. White sand and a sea of breathtaking transparency and purity make it the favourite place for nature lovers, photographers and snorkelers. A tropical and heavenly atmosphere emanates from this superb beach, thanks to the incredible turquoise shades of the water. 

Some "chiringuitos" (bars and stalls) offer tapas, snacks, food and drinks as well as beach accessories, and play latino music from 6pm. You will spend a wonderful day in Es Trenc, between relaxation, snorkeling and beach activities. 

Dinner and overnight on board.

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Day 7 - Es Trenc Beach - Palma (23NM - 4h)

We leave for Palma after lunch. On the way, you will be able to admire the beautiful cliffs of the Cap Blanc and its lighthouse. Almost all of this area is protected and has not undergone uncontrolled architectural development. Wild coves and rocky islets alternate along the coast, such as Cala des Cap d'Alt and Cala de Cap. These two coves with translucent waters are ideal for swimming and snorkelling. 

Arrival in Palma in the late afternoon, dinner and overnight on board.

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Day 8 - Palma de Mallorca

Disembarkation at 9:00 a.m. 

NB : Itinerary subject to change without notice, depending on weather conditions and/or technical reasons. The sailing times indicated above are based on an average cruising speed of 6 knots. They may vary according to sea state, wind speed and weather conditions. The owner reserves the right to allocate another type of catamaran to this cruise, offering the same level of comfort and service.

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Itinerary 8 days from Palma de Mallorca

  • Palma de Mallorca, Cala Portals vells, Porto Petro, Cala Santanyi, Es Caragol, Palma.


In the Balearic Islands, the climate is mild all year round. On average, the sun shines 300 days a year. Average summer temperature = 30° C and winter = 16° C . Average sea temperature = 14 ° C in winter to 26 ° C at the end of summer.

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