The Balearic Islands or Ses Illes are a charming archipelago of Spain. They blend centuries of history with elegance and style. Ibiza, Mallorca, Menorca and Formentera are well known for their gastronomy, a combination of Spanish and Mediterranean cuisines as well as their sublime architecture, turquoise waters and secluded coves.
Embark in the trendy and historic capital of Mallorca. Get lost in the enticing alleyways of the Old Town and visit the Gothic Cathedral. Cruise over to Cabrera Island where you will anchor off in a secluded bay of its beautiful National Park.
Cruise to the island of Ibiza from the calm and tranquility of Cabrera. Visit the Castle and stroll around the picturesque streets of the Capital before savoring a local Vermouth in one of the colorful bars in town before a night out. Well known for its vibrant nightlife, Ibiza also has a lot to offer to those who prefer a quiet time as well with calm anchorages to retreat and unwind as well as boutique shops, markets and spas.
Formentera is the least known corner of the Balearics: a short sail will take you to charming coves and anchorages where the adventurous will be able to enjoy the water toys or simply relax and have a mud bath in the natural springs of Espalmador and Espardell.
Cruise back to Es Vedrà, a small rocky island in a natural reservoir of the south west of Ibiza. Savor Seafood Paella anchored off this captivating paradise.
Cruise over to Andraitx, in Mallorca, and experience the local cuisine and hospitality. Enjoy a glass of local white wine in the port, one of the quaintest in the Mediterranean.
In Port of Sóller you will be able to visit a historic Church as well as enjoy the delicacies of its local vibrant bars and restaurants. From there, anchor off Sa Foradada and then head over to Deià where the renowned estate La Residencia lies.
Cruise along Serra de Tramuntana, the mountain range that protects the western coast of the island back to the Capital, Palma, where you can indulge in a last night of fun in Port Portals.