Spain & The Balearic Islands

Siesta Or Fiesta

Lying off the east coast of Spain, the Balearic islands maintain a character distinct from mainland Spain and offer beautiful scenery, a vibrant nightlife and long sandy beaches. Each of the islands has retained their own identities and offer quirky Catalan traditions. From clubbers to nature lovers and culture vultures, this group of islands really has something for all.

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A Windsurfer's Paradise
There are three seaboards to choose from: the Mediterranean, the Cantabrian and the Atlantic, all with an exceptional climate and a coastline which offers a whole world of possibilities. Spain is considered Europe's windsurfing Mecca. There are many reasons for this: thousands of kilometres of coastline, all kinds of wind conditions and a warm climate are just a few of them. It is no coincidence that Spanish beaches are a point of reference for windsurfing enthusiasts, as well as being the stage for regular international competitions. Any time of year is good for windsurfing in Spain.

Fascinating Landscapes
The Balearic Islands are a real paradise for lovers of the sea. They have an endless array of coves and anchoring sites to explore. There are routes around the island of Mallorca to La Cabrera, and others that link the islands of Ibiza and Formentera. You can alternate sailing with enjoyment of the most beautiful anchoring spots in the Balearics, such as Espalmador, Playa de Poniente or Cala Sahona, amongst others. These places offer stunning sunsets, strolls along beaches with crystal clear waters, and even the chance to savour the finest Mediterranean cuisine.

Unbeatable Scuba Diving
The 63 kilometres of coastline in the Cabo de Gata-Nijar Nature Reserve are a genuine paradise for scuba diving and snorkelling enthusiasts. Come and discover the hidden coves, cliffs, unspoiled beaches and dunes at the edge of the shore in this desert-like landscape with its amazing coastline and crystal-clear waters, warm and clean all year round. Thanks to the excellent underwater visibility, the mild temperature of the water from January to December, the calmness of the sea, and over a thousand animal and plant species on the sea bed, this area is a popular choice for diving fans.

Luxury yacht charter in the Balearic Islands of Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza offers something for everyone; fantastic nightlife, top restaurants, historic towns and beautiful un-spoilt coves making these islands one of the most popular charter destinations in the Western Mediterranean.

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Charter Yachts

Spain & The Balearic Islands onboard a luxury yacht
Elysium I Yacht Charter
Elysium I
  • from €115,000 / week
  • 33.53m
  • 11 Guests
Play the Game Yacht Charter
Play the Game
  • from €49,500 / week
  • 28.15m
  • 8 Guests
Axioma Superyacht Charter
  • from €660,000 / week
  • 72m
  • 12 Guests
Dunya Yachts