Balearic Islands

The Balearic Islands offer dream cruising locations with an unbeatable range of leisure activities and gastronomy.

Balearic Islands


If you are looking for a quiet destination off the beaten path where you can spend some refreshing time close to the nature, head to Menorca and sail to its most beautiful bays on your luxury charter. Cala Galdana, Cala Macarelleta, da Cala Turqueta, Cala en Calderer, and Cala Pregonda are charming spots enclosed by fragrant Mediterranean bush, where the sky meets the sea.

This is a special place for yacht lovers, where transparent and azure seas mix with the delicious tastes of the local cuisine, the British charm of the administrative capital of Mahon, and the elegance of Ciutadella’s Gothic and Baroque buildings. Recognized as a Unesco “Biosphere Reserve”, Menorca boasts the two-kilometer natural lagoon of the Parc s’Albufera des Grau where sandy dunes alternate with deserted islets, marsh, and olive groves. Cap de Favàtrix is one of the island’s loveliest lighthouses.

The beautiful island of Menorca boasts picturesque coves and bays, stunning mountain scenery and some of the finest gastronomy in the Balearic Islands. Often overlooked by visitors who head to the larger neighbouring island of Mallorca, restaurants in Menorca are just as worthy of praise and are quickly establishing themselves as some of the best restaurants in Spain. Whether it is a delicious spread of tapas, some exquisite fresh seafood or a quick bite in a city square, Menorca has it all…


Mallorca boasts a 550-kilometer long coastline dotted with some of the best and most picturesque beaches of the Mediterranean. Strips of ultra-white sand equipped with all kinds of amenities alternate with secluded coves, and the rocky cliffs of the northern region. This is a great destination for fans of diving, surfing, windsurfing, sailing, and fishing. But Mallorca is also a golf destination. Enthusiasts can choose among several elegant greens that blend perfectly with the scenery, such as Capdepera Golf Club, Son Servera Golf Club and Pula Golf Club.

Palma de Mallorca is the cultural heart of the island. The historic center boasts several clubs and attractions, like La Seu Cathedral, the Pilar Foundation and Joan Miró Foundation that showcases the painter’s masterpieces.

The wonderful thing about Mallorca, one of the four Balearic Islands, is the choice of marinas it offers to superyachts, not only for refit and repair, but for lifestyle – do you want the liveliness and cosmopolitan atmosphere of Palma and Port Adriano or the peacefulness and serenity of Alcudiamar – the choice is yours. Whether you choose Alcudiamar in the north, Port Adriano in the south west or Palma in the centre, you are sure to find something that meets your superyacht needs whether it be a marina, a refit, or yacht services – you will surely find it in one of the Ports of Mallorca.

Cala Deià

Cala Deià is a very popular anchorage spot during the high season. With a sandy, seaweed bottom of about 8 metres, it’s the ideal place to moor. The gin-clear waters allow for you to see the seabed easily and choose the best place to drop anchor.

We recommend to take care on windy days, as it does not offer the best protection against the wind.

Marina Port de Mallorca

This eco marina right in the city centre was opened in 2001 and refurbished in 2017. Despite only having to walk through the marina gates to enjoy a world packed with leisure and entertainment, thanks to its 24/7 surveillance privacy and security are guaranteed. Run by a team of experienced professionals, this 200-berth private port has 100% sustainable facilities.


Alcudiamar is in the north of the island, near the Serra de Tramuntana. There are records of the Romans using this port, although then it was known as Pollentia and it was the capital of Mallorca. After the Vandals invaded in the 5th century, a large part of the population left and founded a new city, which they called Pollensa (which for years led to confusion between Pollentia and Pollensa!).

This area is popular for its natural beauty, with a rich fauna, flora and marine life, and one of the most important wetlands of the island, S’Albufera Natural Park.

This well-provided marina has shops, trendy restaurants, its own hotel, dry dock and crane, so it is a great place to moor if you want to enjoy Mallorca’s unspoiled beauty. With the Roman town of Alcudia nearby to explore, a jazz festival, bird watching, an artisan’s market, nearby golf courses, and the ferry port to Menorca and the mainland, make this port unique.

Port Adriano

Port Adriano, in the south-west of Palma Bay, is the new kid on the block – it first saw the breath of day in 1999, and its rebirth in 2012 when it was remodelled by the French architect Philippe Starck. Now it is the epitome of nautical / lifestyle / sophistication and is one of the most modern marinas in the Mediterranean.

It is an ideal location for superyachts, with 492 moorings from 6-100 metres, well renowned superyacht support services and with its nautical inspired shopping and commercial centre blending perfectly with its surroundings, makes it the ideal place to enjoy the best money can buy, whether that be designer products from luxury boutiques, a gastronomic experience in a hip restaurant or indeed a new superyacht!

There is always something going on in Port Adriano during the summer months – whether it be SUP (Stand Up Paddle) contests, Sunset Yoga, or concerts, concerts, concerts.

Palma Port

Palma Port is the biggest of the five ports managed by the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands. There are records that it has existed since pre-Muslim times at Porto Pi and there are references to the Old Quay in orders dating from the times of King James I in 1273.

Located in the middle of the city, just in front of the maze of old streets that make up the Old Town, there’s a lot going on – recreational sailing, regattas, cruise ships, commercial docks, commercial fishing, several marinas – but somehow, it all works together. It’s a rare day that there is nothing to be seen afloat in the Bay of Palma, usually there’s something – a huge cruise ship, a container ship, a flotilla of small dinghies from a sailing school, the odd yacht or two. Except from March to August when you will have the pleasure of seeing the bay filled with those competing in the Princess Sophia, Palma Vela and King’s Cup races.

The Port of Palma combines tradition and the latest technology to perfection, and is the physical demonstration of the Mediterranean philosophy, unhurried and calm – yet if you are looking for superyacht services, refit or repair, there is no place better to be, as it offers a very wide range of top class services. Being on the city’s doorstep, it only takes a leisurely stroll before you are in the city centre, with all the delights that it holds – restaurants to cater for everybody’s tastes – from gastronomic experiences to tasty tapas; wine bars, cocktail bars, parks, bike lanes, theatres, statues (living and stone) squares, markets, cinemas, fabulously beautiful old buildings, museums, art galleries

Marina Palma – Cuarentena

Another eco marina, also situated in the centre of the city, it has sustainability high on its list. In fact, it has a Blue Flag (and you thought they were only for beaches!) for complying with health, safety, cleanliness and environmental standards. This private marina has 70 berths, with a maximum length of 60 metres and is equipped with the latest technologies in yachting.

Mallorca is an idyllic island to drop anchor and relax in one of the most beautiful of the Balearics. It has a huge selection of excellent dining locations, both along its fantastic coastline as well as peaceful and picturesque inland places that are a welcome retreat from life at sea.

Its variety of restaurants and fine cuisine make it an ideal must-see – to step off a yacht onto terra firma in an exclusive island environment that captures one’s interest at first sight. Here are 11 of the most popular restaurants covering the whole of the island.


Ibiza is a unique island with an electric energy made of synergies and contrasts. This is where the partying and clubbing is at, but also a destination of extraordinary natural beauty. If you are looking for fun you cannot miss going to Lío Ibiza Club Cabaret, Privilege, Ushuaia, or Elephant: all top-rated spots for drinking, eating, and music.

Staying up until the sun rises is a must in Ibiza! But during the day lots of scintillating beaches with transparent waters and unspoiled nature await you. Ibiza’s secret is its double nature that each year attracts those who love to spend a holiday in the Balearic Islands on a charter.


Botafoch Ibiza is situated on the north side of the Port of Ibiza. In full activity since 1987, this Marina has 428 berths ranging from six to 30 metres.

320 of these are private berths and just over 100 are for rent. Reservations can be made from January, but be prepared to be on a waiting list as they are generally booked up very early. Reservations can be made in person on over the phone and prices start at around 60 euros per day in the summer season.

Weather forecasts are posted daily and on their website. Open all year round. Amenities: gas station, water, electricity, wireless internet, cafes, bars, restaurants and shops.

38° 55’N – 1° 27’E

Ibiza Magna Marina, Port of Ibiza

One of the most expensive Marinas in the world, Ibiza Magna is an exclusive marina at the foot of Dalt Vila, in the heart of the city.

The marina is ideal for marine vessels and super yachts. It has 85 berths for vessels up to 60 metres long and 10 feet maximum draft. The principal objective of the marina Ibiza Magna is the well-being of clients and that they feel at home. Therefore, they offer from the port office, a complete range of services and personalised attention. Ibiza Magna also has its own sailor service to help you to moor your boat and for any unforeseen event that could occur in the marina facilities.

Amenities: Electricity, water, internet, 24 hour security, ATM, laundry, bars, restaurants and payphone.

38° 54’ N – 01° 26’E

Santa Eularia Marina, Santa Eulalia

Located 15km from Ibiza, it is the base port for getting to know the Southeast coast from Cala d’en Serra to Es Freus that, along with the North of the island, is a favourite area for locals wishing to escape from the summer crowds.

The marina at Santa Eulalia is large and has plenty of facilities. It has 755 berths for vessels between six and 22 metres. One of the main attractions of the Port is its shopping area, which features a variety of services. With nearly 20 restaurants, with cuisine ranging from Ibiza and Mediterranean cuisine to the best grilled meats, from Italian and Asian restaurants, to German and British cuisine.

The port has a shopping mall, restaurant, cafes and shops. Amenities: gas station, showers, 24 hour security, laundry, bank, travel lift and crane. Open all year.

38° 59’N – 01° 23’ E

San Antonio Marina, San Antonio

The largest marina in Ibiza, with moorings for 578 boats up to 55 metres long, plus petrol pumps, slipway and services to ensure maximum comfort.

The marina is run by the Club Nautic Sant Antoni, known to many as Es Nautic. Offering first class facilities, including a new office and exquisite restaurant in the marina, they also host numerous sporting and social activities and events throughout the year.

The new restaurant is Nàutic offers the best Mediterranean cuisine in a unique environment. Fresh fish and seafood, rice and typical Ibizan dishes of the highest quality, extensive wine list and a special cava sangria. Through their website you can book a mooring directly. The marina is open all year round. Amenities: Drinking water, bar, restaurant, harbour master, Wi-Fi, electricity, gas station, ramp, travel lift, dressing rooms with showers and security.

38° 58’ N – 1° 18’ E

Marina Ibiza, Port of Ibiza

Marina Ibiza is along from Botafoch Marina coming back towards Ibiza Town, and is very modern and chic. During the day time, you can enjoy the dynamic life of a luxury port, then into the afternoon, a chillout environment to enjoy the most special sunsets of the island. At night, the coolest atmosphere…Marina Ibiza is, by definition, the hot spot port in the Mediterranean.

Lío Restaurante Club Cabaret from the Pachá group you can experience the thrill of a dinner with a live show of world famous artists.

Blue Marlin Ibiza Marina – an extension of the most famous beach club in Ibiza, Blue Marlin. The most stimulating social meeting point of the island has moored at Marina Ibiza and offers the most current music with popular DJ’s along with a very special cuisine. Luxurious breakfasts, evenings of cocktails and champagne, and high quality dinners of Mediterranean and oriental inspiration, with a spectacular view on the terrace. There are moorings here for boats up to 55 metres long. Plus all the facilities that you would expect or want of an upmarket marina.

38° 55’N – 1° 26’ E


Formentera is the smallest of the Balearic Islands, that has been able to match its tourist identity with the goal of preserving its natural habitat, creating a real Mediterranean paradise. Its slow lifestyle and wild charm make it the ideal destination for those who love to be in touch with the nature.

Formentera is a tranquil destination where you can sink your feet in the sand and enjoy an aperitif at sunset, dock in secluded coves, and go on diving explorations to discover the poseidonia meadows that have been recognized as a Unesco Heritage Site. The top beaches are Ses Illetes e S’Espalmador, Playa Levante, Caló des Mort, Es Arenals e Cap de Barbaria.

Discover the Balearic Islands on a sailboat or a yacht. These eclectic islands are a great choice for a holiday on a luxury yacht that mixes nightlife and exciting moments in the nature, glamorous parties and refreshing breaks of quiet to spend listening to the voice of the sea.

Marina de Formentera offers berthing and full amenities for yachts from 8-38m, 4m depth.


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