Mallorca has some of the best beaches in the Balearics islands. Mallorca is the largest island of Spain and has over 550 km of coastline. It is also part of the Balearic Islands Archipelago and its sister islands are Ibiza, Formentera and Menorca.
The main city of Mallorca is the Palma de Mallorca named after the Roman city of Palmaria. Mallorca is well-known for its world-renowned beaches coves, amazing landscapes, wonderful mountains, culture, water sports, leisure pursuits and affordable Mediterranean food.
During July and August, the weather is both hot and sunny and there are nearly 11 hours of sun each day in Mallorca.
While yacht chartering along the coast of Mallorca, you will find that the island has more than 70 beaches and sandy bays all along which are worth a visit.
Mallorca is the perfect position to charter a boat whether it is a sailing yacht or a motor cruiser.
With a charter motor yacht you can easily motor throughout the western Mediterranean heading on over to the French Riviera or just day trips around Mallorca.
The most varied yachting area of the region is Palma in the south-eastern coast of Mallorca. Palma is located just in the middle of a huge stretch of bay that curves from Es Arenal across the bay of Cala Figuera.
The island of Mallorca has more than 41 marinas; there are 5 in Palma alone and 30 nautical clubs and moorings in the rest of the region which offer more than 10,000 moorings for yachts.
The Club Maritimo San Antonio de la Playa is located in Palma, it offers 400 moorings for yachts measuring up to 20m long and having a maximum draught of 3m.
The Puerto Deportivo marina de Cala d’Or offers 570 moorings for yacht measuring up to 25m long and having a maximum draught of 3m.
The Marina Alcudiamar is located in Alcudia in the northern part of Mallorca. It offers 753 moorings for yachts having a maximum length of 30m long and a maximum draught of 4m.
The Marina Tramontana (or Port de Soller) is located Soller in the Northwest of the island. The marina offers 465 moorings for yachts measuring up to 30m long and having a maximum draught of 5m.