A Detailed 10-Night Guide For Experiencing The Balearic Islands

The Balearic Islands are a playground of stunning landscapes, vibrant culture, and dining spots. Whether you're a returning or first-time visitor, our guide to the Balearics will offer something special for everyone. If you love hiking, the trails in the Balearics are absolutely unmissable, offering some of the most breathtaking paths in the Mediterranean. One of the standout highlights will be anchoring in Fornells Bays on Mallorca. Enveloped by dramatic cliffs and crystal-clear waters, this idyllic spot is a true haven for relaxation and watersports, providing a serene and picturesque setting that perfectly encapsulates the natural beauty of the Balearics.


The White Isle (Recommended: 2-3 Days)

Ibiza is an island that seamlessly blends rich history with vibrant modernity. Starting with a stroll in the Old Town, known locally as Dalt Vilater docking your yacht right in front of the cobbled streets. The view of the illuminated fortress against the night sky is nothing short of magical.

When it comes to dining, Jondal offers a chic beachfront setting where the Mediterranean breeze enhances every bite. For a more relaxed atmosphere, El Chiringuito is the place to be, with its laid-back vibe and fresh, local cuisine.

As the sun sets, the island’s vibrant nightlife comes to life. Lío Ibiza offers top-notch cuisine, spectacular shows and vibrant entertainment. It’s the kind of place that makes every evening unforgettable, especially when shared with friends or family. If you’re in the mood to dance, head over to Pacha—a well-known nighclub in Ibiza. And for those who like to plan ahead, Ibiza Spotlight is your go-to source for the latest events and happenings.


A Day in Paradise (Recommended: 1 Day)

A short sail from Ibiza, Formentera feels like a world apart. Its pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters make it a paradise for relaxation and rejuvenation. Spend your day lounging by the water, letting the gentle waves wash away any remnants of stress.

Beso Beach offers an upbeat atmosphere where you can enjoy delicious food and a lively crowd. For a more tranquil experience, head to es Moli de Sal, where the serene setting is perfect for a laid-back meal.


Majorca (Recommended 4-5 Days)

Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands, and its diversity is truly astounding. Start your exploration in Palma, the island’s capital. Vandal is a must-visit for dinner; its avant-garde menu and stylish ambiance make it a hotspot for food enthusiasts. Alternatively, Hotel Cap Rocat offers a luxurious dining experience set against panoramic sea views. If you're feeling adventurous, consider anchoring nearby and letting the weather dictate your plans—Mallorca’s bays are full of surprises.

Puerto Portals is a chic town perfect for a morning of shopping. With its array of high-end boutiques and stylish cafes, it’s a shopper’s paradise.

In Andratx, lunch at Gran Folies Beach Club promises stunning views and a refined menu. The nearby Port D’Andratx is a charming fishing village where you can enjoy a leisurely stroll, discovering cozy restaurants and inviting wine bars along the way.

For hiking enthusiasts, Sant Elm offers scenic trails with breathtaking views. Meanwhile, Port de Soller is a picturesque port town where securing a spot in the marina allows you to explore local attractions like the iconic lighthouse. Barretes Restaurant, a short drive from town, is worth the trip for its authentic dishes and rustic charm.

Don't miss Cala Fornells, a hidden gem where you can spend a full day indulging in watersports or simply relaxing beneath the towering cliffs. Fornells Bay and Sa Colobra are equally captivating, with their crystal-clear waters and challenging mountain hikes catering to the adventurous spirit.


The Serene Island of Menorca (Recommended 1-2 Days)

A coastal walk to the lighthouse offers a peaceful retreat and stunning views, making it an ideal way to start your day.

After your walk, enjoy a casual lunch at El Cranc Lobster House, where the relaxed atmosphere is perfect for unwinding. As evening approaches, head to Cova d’en Xoroi for sunset drinks. This iconic cave bar offers a unique setting to watch the sun dip below the horizon—be sure to pre-book to secure the best spot.

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