Route to discover the beauty of the Balearic Islands

Nov. 14, 2022
by medcat


To discover the Balearic Islands is to enter a paradise of natural beauty and Mediterranean charm. Located in the Balearic Sea off the east coast of the Iberian Peninsula, these Spanish islands offer a variety of breathtaking landscapes and a rich history that captivates every visitor. From idyllic white sand beaches to rugged cliffs, from picturesque fishing villages to vibrant cities, the Balearic Islands have something for everyone.

Get ready to embark on an unforgettable journey as you immerse yourself in the authentic Mediterranean spirit of the Balearic Islands.


DAY 1Caló des Moro - Cala Bassa - Sant Antoni de Portmany (5 nm - 40 min.)

DAY 2: Cala Tarida - Porroig- Ses Salines (19 nm - 2h40)

Cala Tarida: Cotton Beach Club
Porroig: Es Torrent
Ses Salines: Jockey Beach Club

DAY 3: Caló Sant Agustí - Es Pujols - Espalmador (22,5 nm - 2h45)

Es Caló de St. Agustí: Es Caló
Es Pujols: Chezz Gerdi

DAY 4: Cala Saona - Ses Illetes - Port la Savina (11,5 nm - 1h30)

Cala Saona: Restaurante Sol
Ses Illetes: Es Molí de Sal
Port Savina: Can Carlitos

DAY 5: Cala Bonita - Nikki Beach - Puerto Santa Eulalia (17 nm - 2h)
              Cala Llonga - Puerto Ibiza (7,5 nm - 1h)

Cala Bonita: Cala Bonita
Nikki Beach: Nikki Beach
Cala Llonga: Regina

DAY 6: Cala D'Hort - Cala Comte - Puerto Snt Antonio (15 nm - 2h45)

Cala d’Hort: Es Boldado
Cala Compte: Ses Roques


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