Top 5 Sailing Destinations in Spain

Rediscover the many charms of Spain and its breathtaking natural beauty! Only a few hours by plane from the UK, Spain is the perfect place to charter a yacht and enjoy a memorable sailing holiday – experience the unique
gothic architecture, winding streets, traditional flamenco, tapas, sangria and famous nightlife… From the Canary Islands to the Balearics, discover the Top 5 sailing destinations in Spain!

No.1 Majorca


Majorca is the largest island of the Balearic Archipelago and is an unmissable stop during a tour of the Mediterranean.

Palma is the sailing hub of this group of islands, and there are lots of sailing
boats and catamarans available to rent all year round. Discover the other smaller ports such as Can Pastilla, Soller Portocolom, Port Andratx and Pollenca. Head inland and explore the tiny stone pathways of the fortified town of Alcudia and enjoy a relaxed afternoon in the Mondrago National Park.

Palma de Majorca will enchant you with its cathedral, an architectural masterpiece which dominates the port. Visit the old part of the town and admire the Royal Palace of Almudaina, before strolling along the promenade and enjoying a meal in one of the many excellent restaurants.

Rent a boat in Majorca this summer!

 No. 2 Roses – Costa Brava


At the heart of the Costa Brava and the region of Catalonia, Roses, with its beautiful natural bay, is a calm and picturesque stopover for sailors. Just a stone’s throw from the French border, you can enjoy exploring the Aiguamolls Natural Park, try a spot of scuba diving off Cap de Creus, or relax on the several Blue Flag beaches including the beautiful Cala
Montjoi. Sit back and enjoy some tapas and sangria…

Rent a boat in the Costa Brava this summer!

No. 3 Menorca


Another jewel of the Balearics is the island of Menorca! Whether you fancy trying a spot of snorkeling in the turquoise waters of the underwater caves at Pont d’en Gil, an afternoon of water skiing in Fornells, fishing in Mahon, cultural tours of the town or sunbathing at Macarelleta, there is truly something for everyone to enjoy! Menorca is also famous for its ‘snipe’
regattas, a traditional light sailing boat for 2 people. As the evening approaches, admire the spectacular sunset at Cala Mitjana before heading back to your boat and enjoy a night of being gently rocked by the waves.

Rent a boat in Menorca this summer!

No. 4 Ibiza


Set sail for the popular island of Ibiza !  Renowned for its party antics, Ibiza is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy a night out – it is home to the largest night club in the world, Privilege Ibiza.
But the island is also home to many beautiful peaceful corners, such as the
Cala Comte beach, the fortress town of Ibiza itself and the breathtaking views of the sunset from Es Vedra. Our favourite spot is the spectacular cove at Cala Salada, to the north of the island, where you will find a perfect sandy beach, sparkling turquoise waters and plenty of delicious restaurants and bars to spend the evening.

Rent a boat in Ibiza this summer!

No. 5 Formentera


Formentera is the smallest island of the Balearics and is also the most
undiscovered by tourists. It is situated to the south of Ibiza and together
they form the Pityuses islands. Formentura is a haven of peace far from the livelier Ibiza. During your cruise around the island, make sure to enjoy the views from Cap de Barbaria, the deserted beaches of Ses Illetes and Llevant and the tranquility of the Ses Salines nature reserve, the perfect place for a picnic on the beach!

Rent a boat in Formentera this summer!

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