SPAIN is as colorful and varied as the flamenco dance itself. A big country with an immense coastline it sweeps around from the unspoiled natural reserve of the Costa del Luz in the south through the opulent, high profile region of Marbella and Puerto Banus with it’s celebrity hangouts and on up to the richly eccentric city of Barcelona with it’s 24 hour lifestyle and amazing architecture.

THE BALEARICS are made up of Mallorca, Ibiza and Menorca (all with airports), Formentera and Cabrera. Each imbued with their own character, these islands make a wonderful cruising ground for the savvy traveler. With a private yacht you can choose whether to laze by a secluded, warm sand beach, or tuck into a prime spot in a cosmopolitan marina before sliding into hidden, twinkling harbors for the evening. Many coves are only accessible to the knowing captain and this is what makes them so very special.

MALLORCA

Mallorca is the ‘grown-up’ island with a sophisticated flair and rich history. Honeycomb coves and emerald bays; enchanting towns, steep hills and citrus groves; iconic hotels and restaurant hubbub. Palma, the capital, is famed for it’s immense cathedral, it’s superb Club de Mar Marina, bubbling café life and tapas bars, unique leather shops and the wonderful Abacos bar. Then there is classy Andraitx draped around its colorful harbour full of bijou shops and elegant restaurants. In the north, friendly Pollensa (brilliant market!) retains its original fishing village character where the evening paseo is still taken and local ‘news’ is exchanged in the square. The legendary Hotel Formentor is 5*, set in acres of Mediterranean gardens with one of the best restaurants in the Med. Why not stay here for a few days at the end of your cruise?

IBIZA

What can we say? It’s all true… But much more lovely than has even been described. Not for no reason do the rich and famous come to live and play here. Fascinating and vibrant; beautiful old Ibiza Town is heartbreakingly pretty. White walls, flowering vines, arched windows, huge stone steps; musicians playing, people dancing, caves and tunnels; A living theatre that goes on through the night and continues into dawn. Pacha is the best nightclub ever. Ibiza is very cool, very friendly, very wacky and very fun – ‘anything goes’. Sailing round the coast you’ll find Salinas Beach for lunch at the Jockey Club, Beniras for drumming on the beach at sunset, Cala Jondal for dancing in the sound to live South American bands. Secluded anchorages where you can swim in gin clear waters with white monolithic rock structures around – Ibiza can be very gentle too.

FORMENTERA

Just a skip and a hop away from Ibiza, this is where people come to chill for the weekend. Low lying with turquoise seas and the most heavenly beaches, unspoilt Formentera is the best place to rock ashore in your bikini and sarong for a very special lunch at Juan and Andreas Restaurant. The best fresh seafood, the coolest mix of people and the sand beneath your feet. Don’t miss the mud baths for a bit of naked overall skin pampering, then wash it all off in the sublimely clear warm sea Great for nature lovers and naturists.

MENORCA

A slower pace of life. Lovely old towns. One of the most beautiful natural harbours in the world. Fabulous diving and snorkeling. Peaceful sailing and hideaway anchorages.

CABRERA

A National Reserve made up of 19 small islands in all: Beautifully raw and totally natural.Your yacht can arrange a special overnight permit for you to stay there. Only the sound of the cicadas at night.

Sample Itinerary

Day 1

IBIZA

What can we say? It’s all true… But much more lovely than has even been described. Not for no reason do the rich and famous come to live and play here. Fascinating and vibrant; beautiful old Ibiza Town is heartbreakingly pretty. White walls, flowering vines, arched windows, huge stone steps; musicians playing, people dancing, caves and tunnels; A living theatre that goes on through the night and continues into dawn. Pacha is the best nightclub ever. Ibiza is very cool, very friendly, very wacky and very fun – ‘anything goes’. Sailing round the coast you’ll find Salinas Beach for lunch at the Jockey Club, Beniras for drumming on the beach at sunset, Cala Jondal for dancing in the sound to live South American bands. Secluded anchorages where you can swim in gin clear waters with white monolithic rock structures around – Ibiza can be very gentle too.

Day 2

MALLORCA

Mallorca is the ‘grown-up’ island with a sophisticated flair and rich history. Honeycomb coves and emerald bays; enchanting towns, steep hills and citrus groves; iconic hotels and restaurant hubbub. Palma, the capital, is famed for it’s immense cathedral, it’s superb Club de Mar Marina, bubbling café life and tapas bars, unique leather shops and the wonderful Abacos bar. Then there is classy Andraitx draped around its colorful harbour full of bijou shops and elegant restaurants. In the north, friendly Pollensa (brilliant market!) retains its original fishing village character where the evening paseo is still taken and local ‘news’ is exchanged in the square. The legendary Hotel Formentor is 5*, set in acres of Mediterranean gardens with one of the best restaurants in the Med. Why not stay here for a few days at the end of your cruise?

IBIZA

What can we say? It’s all true… But much more lovely than has even been described. Not for no reason do the rich and famous come to live and play here. Fascinating and vibrant; beautiful old Ibiza Town is heartbreakingly pretty. White walls, flowering vines, arched windows, huge stone steps; musicians playing, people dancing, caves and tunnels; A living theatre that goes on through the night and continues into dawn. Pacha is the best nightclub ever. Ibiza is very cool, very friendly, very wacky and very fun – ‘anything goes’. Sailing round the coast you’ll find Salinas Beach for lunch at the Jockey Club, Beniras for drumming on the beach at sunset, Cala Jondal for dancing in the sound to live South American bands. Secluded anchorages where you can swim in gin clear waters with white monolithic rock structures around – Ibiza can be very gentle too.

FORMENTERA

Just a skip and a hop away from Ibiza, this is where people come to chill for the weekend. Low lying with turquoise seas and the most heavenly beaches, unspoilt Formentera is the best place to rock ashore in your bikini and sarong for a very special lunch at Juan and Andreas Restaurant. The best fresh seafood, the coolest mix of people and the sand beneath your feet. Don’t miss the mud baths for a bit of naked overall skin pampering, then wash it all off in the sublimely clear warm sea Great for nature lovers and naturists.

MENORCA

A slower pace of life. Lovely old towns. One of the most beautiful natural harbours in the world. Fabulous diving and snorkeling. Peaceful sailing and hideaway anchorages.

CABRERA

A National Reserve made up of 19 small islands in all: Beautifully raw and totally natural.Your yacht can arrange a special overnight permit for you to stay there. Only the sound of the cicadas at night.

Day 3

IBIZA

What can we say? It’s all true… But much more lovely than has even been described. Not for no reason do the rich and famous come to live and play here. Fascinating and vibrant; beautiful old Ibiza Town is heartbreakingly pretty. White walls, flowering vines, arched windows, huge stone steps; musicians playing, people dancing, caves and tunnels; A living theatre that goes on through the night and continues into dawn. Pacha is the best nightclub ever. Ibiza is very cool, very friendly, very wacky and very fun – ‘anything goes’. Sailing round the coast you’ll find Salinas Beach for lunch at the Jockey Club, Beniras for drumming on the beach at sunset, Cala Jondal for dancing in the sound to live South American bands. Secluded anchorages where you can swim in gin clear waters with white monolithic rock structures around – Ibiza can be very gentle too.

Day 4

MALLORCA

Mallorca is the ‘grown-up’ island with a sophisticated flair and rich history. Honeycomb coves and emerald bays; enchanting towns, steep hills and citrus groves; iconic hotels and restaurant hubbub. Palma, the capital, is famed for it’s immense cathedral, it’s superb Club de Mar Marina, bubbling café life and tapas bars, unique leather shops and the wonderful Abacos bar. Then there is classy Andraitx draped around its colorful harbour full of bijou shops and elegant restaurants. In the north, friendly Pollensa (brilliant market!) retains its original fishing village character where the evening paseo is still taken and local ‘news’ is exchanged in the square. The legendary Hotel Formentor is 5*, set in acres of Mediterranean gardens with one of the best restaurants in the Med. Why not stay here for a few days at the end of your cruise?

IBIZA

What can we say? It’s all true… But much more lovely than has even been described. Not for no reason do the rich and famous come to live and play here. Fascinating and vibrant; beautiful old Ibiza Town is heartbreakingly pretty. White walls, flowering vines, arched windows, huge stone steps; musicians playing, people dancing, caves and tunnels; A living theatre that goes on through the night and continues into dawn. Pacha is the best nightclub ever. Ibiza is very cool, very friendly, very wacky and very fun – ‘anything goes’. Sailing round the coast you’ll find Salinas Beach for lunch at the Jockey Club, Beniras for drumming on the beach at sunset, Cala Jondal for dancing in the sound to live South American bands. Secluded anchorages where you can swim in gin clear waters with white monolithic rock structures around – Ibiza can be very gentle too.

FORMENTERA

Just a skip and a hop away from Ibiza, this is where people come to chill for the weekend. Low lying with turquoise seas and the most heavenly beaches, unspoilt Formentera is the best place to rock ashore in your bikini and sarong for a very special lunch at Juan and Andreas Restaurant. The best fresh seafood, the coolest mix of people and the sand beneath your feet. Don’t miss the mud baths for a bit of naked overall skin pampering, then wash it all off in the sublimely clear warm sea Great for nature lovers and naturists.

MENORCA

A slower pace of life. Lovely old towns. One of the most beautiful natural harbours in the world. Fabulous diving and snorkeling. Peaceful sailing and hideaway anchorages.

CABRERA

A National Reserve made up of 19 small islands in all: Beautifully raw and totally natural.Your yacht can arrange a special overnight permit for you to stay there. Only the sound of the cicadas at night.

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