Day charter itineraries
Inspiration Day charter routes
DAY CHARTER DESTINATIONS IN MALLORCA
The adventure is about to begin. Come on board and get to know Mallorca from the sea. Unwind on your yacht and explore the most beautiful bays of the island. With us you will experience an unforgettable day amidst the beauty of the Mediterranean. Let us inspire you and assist you with the individual planning of your cruise.
CAMP DE MAR
Camp de Mar is a gorgeous anchorage near Port d’Andratx, known for its rocky island, which is accessible via a charming wooden jetty. The island restaurant Sa Illeta serves freshly caught fish and seafood as well as delicious paella. A lively sandy beach lies between two rocky headlands. Overlooking the yachts is located the lovely restaurant Maria 5 Beach, which treats yacht guests to exquisite specialities such as sushi and delicious cocktails.
CALA FORNELLS AND CALA LLAMP
On this route, your captain will take you to Cala Fornells, a beautiful bay in the west of Mallorca, where rocky sections contrast with small sandy areas. The nearby bay of Cala Llamp offers crystal clear waters and breathtaking views of Mallorcan nature and the Tramuntana mountains. Mouth-watering food and chilled drinks can be enjoyed at the Gran Folies Beach Club, which offers spectacular views of the bay.
- Beach Club Gran Folies (tender service)
Sant Elm is considered an insider tip with its peaceful atmosphere and is a dream destination for your day cruise. Once prized by pirates, it now offers wonderful anchorages for yachts with fantastic fish restaurants such as Es Raor or the Restaurante Cala Conills in the bay. Nearby are the islands of Es Pantaleu and Sa Dragonera with their rich fauna and flora. This tour can be perfectly combined with bathing in one of the nearby bays along the west coast or underway by yacht.
SA FORADADA, CALA DEIÀ AND PORT DE SÓLLER
Cruise along the trendy southwest coast, past Port d’Andratx and pass Sant Elm and the unspoilt island of Sa Dragonera. Continue along the west coast to the dreamlike bay of Sa Foradada, in the heart of the Serra de Tramuntana. Enjoy excellent paella from the grill with a view of the open sea. Alternatively, head to Cala Deià, a small, cove-like beach in majestic surroundings. Local restaurants such as Ca’s Patró March offer delicious regional specialities such as freshly caught fish and a variety of seafood. You also have the option of continuing your day cruise with a visit to Port de Sóller, a picturesque coastal town.
CALA DE PORTALS VELLS AND PALMANOVA
This route takes you into the bay of Palma to the beautiful Cala de Portals Vells – also called Three Finger Bay. The bay stretches over three small sandy beaches, which enchant with turquoise-blue water. For lunch, your captain will take you to one of the stylish beach clubs such as Nikki Beach Mallorca for a luxurious time-out or to one of the trendy beach restaurants such as Cap Falcó Beach.
Es Trenc captivates with its Caribbean blue water and its brilliant white, expansive sandy beach. The paradisiacal natural spectacle presents itself like a postcard motif. This destination is perfect for those who appreciate the multifaceted beauty of nature and at the same time want to spend an active day on the water. The extensive sea coast is the ideal place for water sports of all kinds. Have fun with jet skiing, water skiing or seabob and relax with a cool drink on board.
The beautiful island of Cabrera, consisting of 18 small rocky islands, is a wonderful cruising destination for nature lovers. The natural paradise attracts with its rocky, barren appearance and breathtaking flora. The azure bays form an oasis of calm and are an ideal place of pure relaxation. Explore the depths of the Mediterranean on a snorkelling tour. On land, a visit to the blue grotto of Cabrera, which has been dug into the limestone rock by the sea, will entice you with its spectacular light and colour effects. A picnic on board with your favourite food and drinks rounds off the trip perfectly. Plan an early departure for this tour to have a chance of securing one of the buoys. Also remember that motorised water sports are not allowed in the vicinity of the nature reserve.