Itinerario de navegación en Mallorca

The best spots to enjoy Mallorca on catamaran

June 1, 2022
by Adrià Pifarré


Mallorca as a holiday destination is no longer a secret and is one of the most popular islands in Europe. However, the beauty and diversity of this island is often underestimated. Idyllic villages, white sand beaches, and many hours of sunshine, as well as some leisure activities, which every year some holiday hearts beat much faster. Explore the island and its many picturesque bays from our catamaran with family and friends.

Mallorca offers a variety of beautiful places. Let us inspire you and create a journey throughout Mallorca with a detour to Cabrera or sail along the west and north side of the island – an itinerary according to your wishes.

Port d'Andratx

Our journey begins at the port of Andratx, where our guests board the catamaran to immerse themselves in the world of sailors. Guests will enjoy their first night at the port of Andratx and will be enchanted by the original fishing village. Despite the passage of time, today the town has not lost its charm. The pretty harbour offers many bars and restaurants, as well as the view of several luxury yachts moored in the area.

Day 1:

We started the march in the early morning towards the North, where we made a first stop in Sa Foradada, a cove characteristic for its large perforated rock that extends 400 m towards the sea forming a small island. The crystal-clear bay is framed by scenic cliffs of the Sierra de Tramuntana, one of the island’s most visited tourist attractions. In Sa Foradada our guests can make an excursion around and enjoy the cove while enjoying a delicious paella in a small restaurant with spectacular views.

At sunset, the catamaran will take you to Cala Soller while enjoying the sunset sailing before mooring for the night. The port, protected by the Sierra de Tramuntana, offers a wide range of things to do before returning to the boat.


Day 2:

The next morning, the crew will take you to the beautiful bay of Cala Sa Calobra. La Cala consists of two beaches, one of them with a length of 30 meters with small restaurants that serve simple and good food while enjoying the sun.

Next door, the beach of Torrent de Pareis is much longer and more famous. It can only be reached on foot through a narrow tunnel, becoming one of the most isolated beaches on the island. In the afternoon we will head to Cala Murta, perfect for anchoring, as it is protected from the north winds. There, you can practice activities such as Paddle Surf or explore the marine fauna by snorkeling.

Day 3:

After breakfast, we head to Cala Mesquida, a navigation of approximately 2h30 before reaching a beautiful bay with deep blue waters. For those who love water sports, there is plenty to do in the cove, kitesurfing, water-skiing, jet skiing or diving. After a day of activities, in the evening you can taste Mediterranean cuisine in the restaurants of the bay.

Day 4:

On this day, we head to Cala Varques, one of the most inaccessible by land, framed by rocks and known only by a few. Located in the reserve of Cales Verges de Manacor and, therefore, all the land is virgin. A sight to behold with a setting of pine and green oaks, white beaches and turquoise waters.

Day 5:

We arrived at Cala Mondragó in the morning, declared a natural park in 1992 and is recognized for its simplicity and cleanliness of its beach.

At noon, we will sail towards Cala Figuereta, a small and picturesque bay, and then anchor at Es Trenc beach in the afternoon. In Es Trenc we will find a variety of musical bars to say goodbye to the day with a cocktail on the coast.


Day 6:

The last stop of our itinerary is in Cala Blanca, a small detour in one of the most typical coves of Mallorca, with its white sand and crystal clear water to enjoy the last day of charter before returning to Andratx to enjoy the last night aboard our lovely catamarans.


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