Area description Balearic Islands

Area Description The balearic Islands


A destination of longing for an international audience and a paradise for water sports enthusiasts, the Balearic Islands inspire with their unmistakable charm. Mallorca, Ibiza, Menorca, Formentera and the numerous unspoilt neighbouring islands could not be more diverse. Discover the picturesque underwater world on a dive and let yourself be spoiled at a beach club.

balearic islands

Experience the diversity of the Balearic Islands from the water in the most beautiful way. Enjoy a relaxed glide from bay to bay with your charter boat. The crystal clear water, the Mediterranean vegetation and the mild climate delight your senses. This paradise on earth awaits you only a few hours away by plane.

area description mallorca


The queen of the Balearic Islands is known for its many facets. Those who travel to Mallorca look forward to the varied landscape, historic streets and first-class cuisine. The marinas in Mallorca are among the best in the world. From golf courses to bike trails and water sports spots, the largest of the Balearic Islands offers perfect conditions for an exciting active holiday with friends or the whole family. The well-developed infrastructure leaves no wish unfulfilled. Your varied cruise along the bays and beaches of Mallorca is about to start.

area description menorca


Treat your body and soul to some time out and enjoy your cruise along the naturally beautiful coastline of Menorca. You will find untouched bathing bays with crystal-clear water as well as charming harbour towns with a postcard ambience. Taste your way through the local fish restaurants and get to know the original Balearic feeling. As the “smaller” of the Balearic Islands, Menorca welcomes you with a relaxed flair. Glide with your yacht past the impressive cliffs in the north and drop anchor in front of the dream beaches in the south of Menorca. For culture enthusiasts, the capital Mahón has a wealth of sights worth seeing. 

area description cabrera


With only about 20 inhabitants and a maximum of 50 guests daily, Cabrera is a true natural paradise. The small island is off the south coast of Mallorca. Wild goats, which have formed the unique flora, gave Cabrera its name “Goat Island”. Instead of lush pine forests, rocky landscapes and meadows characterise the idyll. For adventurers, diving off the coast of Cabrera or excursions into the cave systems are particularly exciting. Connoisseurs will find the peace and quiet they need in the picturesque bays. The only bar on the island is in Es Port, the only settlement for miles around. This seclusion makes Cabrera a special pearl of the Balearic Islands.

area description Ibiza


When hippie flair meets haute volee, the spirit of Ibiza is palpable. The nature-loving lightness combined with the exclusive charm create an attitude to life that must be experienced. Yacht vacationers moor directly at the beach club and spend unforgettable evenings in front of a breathtaking backdrop. The historic old town of Eivissa and the world-famous hippy markets offer shopping pleasure. The trip to Formentera, which becomes a special experience on board your boat, is indispensable. Together with friends and family, you will have a fantastic time in Ibiza.

area description formentera


The island of Formentera is considered a small paradise in the Mediterranean. The sister island is only a few kilometres from the coast of Ibiza. The idyll delights with its unspoilt nature and natural beauty. Caribbean beaches, rough rock formations and the turquoise blue of the sea. Formentera is the ideal address for anyone who wants to unwind in an unspoilt setting. Those who like to enjoy a night out moor their yacht in Es Pujols. Mediterranean dishes and refreshing drinks can be enjoyed in the famous speciality restaurants and beach bars. Active travellers can look forward to hiking or cycling tours to the cave landscape, the lighthouse or the numerous secluded bays of Formentera.