The Largest Balearic Island With All The Luxuries
BEST TIME TO VISIT
Naturally, 15°C is not everyone’s idea of ideal yachting weather. For those who like it hot, the peak season between May and September is going to be ideal—leaving many more sun-drenched months for those who prefer a slower pace with milder weather.
Activities & Experiences
Much like Ibiza, Mallorca is often mistaken as a party island, catering to drunken tourists alone. But much like its mistaken sibling, Mallorca is a multi-faceted destination, with spectacular boutique bars, high-end restaurants and exclusive clubs and spas, along with affordable attractions for those looking to let loose on a budget.
Mallorca has something for everyone. For those who book a charter to Mallorca, these activities are for you:
Dock at the Natural Harbour of Port d’Andratx
On the West Coast of Mallorca is a quaint natural harbour tucked within the Serra de Tramuntana mountaintops. Away from the bustling crowds of the main marina, Port d’Andratx is where the world’s celebrities, politicians, and business people meet.
Offering first-class facilities and several high-end restaurants nearby, Port d’Andratx is the place to be seen.
Lounge the Day Away at a Beach Club
When in Rome… You may want to indulge in the party lifestyle that attracts crowds to Mallorca each year, but do it in style. If you are so inclined, beach clubs like Puro Beach Palma and Ponderosa Beach are the best places to party during the day amongst beautiful people in a decedent setting.
Visit the other Balearic Islands
Mallorca is one of four main Balearic Islands. The others are Ibiza, Formentera and Menorca. If you have a little longer to enjoy a private yacht charter Mallorca, we strongly recommend exploring the other islands.
Ibiza offers much more than mega clubs, Formentera is the island of absolute peace, and Menorca blends a vibe between the two
Fine Dine with Michelin Star Cuisine
Mallorca is home to seven Michelin-star restaurants, giving you the incentive to explore each area of the island. In the village of Deià, you will find Es Racó des Teix, a Michelin star restaurant delighting locals and visitors for almost 20 years.
The Capdepera region is home to Restaurante Andreu Genestra, looking over Capdepera Castle and serving fresh-picked fruits and vegetables from the restaurant’s own garden. And in Palma, you do not want to miss Marc Fosh, an inventive Michelin star restaurant serving up the finest local produce the Balearic islands have to offer.
Explore its Many Beautiful Beaches
No Mallorca yacht charter would be complete without an expansive list of beaches to explore. And Mallorca has many. Accessible by hike from the land, Calo des Moro is the perfect quiet sandy beach to pull into by yacht.
With fewer crowds, its pristine waters and tranquil ambience are worthy of your time. Similarly, the beaches of Mondrago Natural Park are the perfect places for quiet escapes. Playa S’Amarador is one of the best in this area.
Other beaches to add to your itinerary are:
- Playa de Formentor in the North
- Playa de Cala Mesquida in the Northeast
- Playa de Sa Calobra in the West
- Playa de Cala Pi in the South.
What To Expect When Booking A Yacht Charter In Mallorca With Ahoy Club
A boat charter in Mallorca and around the Balearic islands can be a tough experience to plan. There is so much to do, there are so many boats to assess, and none of this should be a hassle for you and your upcoming holidays.
Ahoy Club takes the painful tasks away from booking a luxury yacht charter in Mallorca. Our #1 digital platform and our unique experience builder help you to quickly and easily narrow down your preferences to identify the options best suited to your wants and desires.
Once a charter is identified, booking is made conveniently online, and you are allocated a personal Customer Experience Manager to handle the finer details. You can think of your Customer Experience Manager as a personal concierge. Whatever your wish, they will make it happen, liaising with your captain to plan an itinerary fit for stars.