Charter destinations

The Balearic Islands

The Balearic Islands are synonymous with luxury.
This is a favorite destination for celebrities and it-girls, movie and sports stars, as well as just successful people. Here, beautiful landscapes, pristine beaches, and an abundance of entertainment venues merge into a perfect picture. So, there's definitely no chance of boredom!

In the bays of Majorca, Menorca, and Ibiza, you can still anchor in a heavenly setting and visit villages where tourists are almost unheard of.
Itinerary Example:
Day 1. Palma de Mallorca / Palma de Mallorca - Dragonera / Dragonera (22 nm). Dragonera - this small island is the largest of all the Balearic Islands near Mallorca. The locals liken the island to a sleeping dragon (drago in Catalan). It is populated by lizards (the endemic species Podarcis lilfordi) and is a nature reserve, due to the numerous marine and predatory birds living there, and the rich flora and fauna on the seabed.

Day 2. Dragonera / Dragonera (22 nm) - Ibiza, Portinatx / Ibiza, Portinatx (48 nm). Portinatx is located on the shores of the stunningly picturesque Portinatx bay on the northern coast of Ibiza. Small white sand beaches are sheltered from the winds by rows of high cliffs extending far into the sea. The rocky shores abound with unique and beautiful landscapes, which can be admired from everywhere - from the beach or, even better, from a yacht.

Day 3. Ibiza, Portinatx / Ibiza, Portinatx - Port of Ibiza (Ibiza) (38/22 nm). Ibiza is a paradisiacal island with the most beautiful beaches, natural parks, and places of such biological diversity and cultural value that the island has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The island has 210 kilometers of coastline, tempting with its large beaches of fine white sand and extensive sandy dunes. The bays with crystal clear water are attractive for swimming. Ibiza Island has a special night. The island is famous worldwide for its nightclubs and discos, starting at sunset and continuing until morning.

Day 4. Port of Ibiza (Ibiza) - Formentera / Formentera, La Savina (11 nm). Formentera is one of the Balearic Islands, located in the Mediterranean Sea, and belongs to Spain. The island is 23 kilometers long and 2–17 kilometers wide, situated approximately 6 km south of Ibiza. The main settlements are San Francisco Javier, San Ferran de ses Roques, El Pilar de la Mola, and La Savina. The island can only be reached by sea from Ibiza, making Formentera the quietest of the Balearic Islands.

Day 5. Formentera / Formentera, La Savina - Cabrera / Cabrera (78 nm). Cabrera. On the shores of the Balearic Islands, situated off the southern coast of Mallorca, there is only one sandy beach, on the east coast, but the absence of beaches is fully compensated by the beautiful, untouched nature and incredible beauty of the bays.

Day 6. Cabrera / Cabrera - Palma de Mallorca / Palma de Mallorca (28 nm).

To visit Ibiza, Formentera, Mallorca, and Menorca along this route, plan for at least 10 days / 2 weeks.