DAY 1 : Palma de Mallorca to Puerto Andratx
We start our sail from Marina Naviera Balear in Palma de Mallorca and enjoy a fairly short sail to our first stop, the exclusive town of Puerto Andratx. The harbour is surrounded by steep hills dotted with sophisticated holiday homes, making the scenery very impressive. The port itself is a picturesque fishing village and if you venture further inland you will find the quaint little town of Andratx surrounded by orange groves and almond trees. There is no shortage of bars and restaurants here so you will be spoilt for choice!
DAY 2 : Puerto Andratx to Puerto Soller
After a day of swimming, snorkeling, reading or sunbathing we arrive at the beautiful horseshoe bay of Puerto Soller. Absolutely oozing with artsy charm, the cobbled streets and unassuming bars and restaurants are sure to win you over. The bay is surrounded by the Tramuntana mountains which provide breathtaking scenery. Take the old fashioned tram through olive and lemon groves to visit the inland town of Soller for magnificent panoramic views.
DAY 3 : Puerto Soller to Puerto Pollensa
Home to some of the most naturally beautiful spots on the island, the north coast of Mallorca has some beautiful, sheltered bays which are perfect for snorkelling, swimming, diving and relaxing. Perched amongst the rugged landscape we find Puerto Pollensa, a holidaymakers favourite for decades.
DAY 4 : Puerto Pollensa to Cala Rajada
A small and traditional fishing village, Cala Rajada sits on the northeastern tip of Mallorca and it is the closest point on Mallorca to Menorca. The village livens up in the summer with bars and restaurants along the promenade keeping the tourists happy. Enjoy a leisurely stroll up to the lighthouse for great views out towards Menorca.
DAY 5 : Cala Rajada to Cala d'Or
Cala d'Or or 'Golden Bay' is a resort on the southeast coast of Mallorca and includes a collection of beautiful white sandy beaches with clear waters. Cala d'Or boasts the best weather on the island and is the perfect place to sample some of the local delights.
DAY 6 : Cala d'Or to Cabrera Island
A short sail south of Mallorca we find the protected nature reserve of Cabrera Island. One of the Mediterranean's most beautiful snorkeling destinations with plentiful fish, turtles, dolphins and marine life. If you have any energy left after all that snorkeling, you can go ashore and explore some of the historic attractions including a Napoleonic-era military base and a 19th century lighthouse.
DAY 7 : Cabrera Island to Palma de Mallorca
A final day of sailing and swimming and then we head back to the base late afternoon. Explore the crown jewel of the island with all of her elegance and charm. Wander and get lost in the tiny streets of the Old Town and choose from a whole host of characterful restaurants hidden in the many squares for your last dinner to round off an incredible week of sailing.
All routes are subject to change and dependent on weather conditions.