ONE WEEK BOAT ITINERARY IN MAJORCA
An itinerary for a sailing holiday in Majorca with departure and return from the port of Pollensa. A week to tour the island of Majorca with the best anchorages, the most beautiful beaches and the most characteristic villages.
POLLENSA – SAN VICENTE – SOLLER – NAVIGATION HOURS 7
We start from the port of Pollensa with a suggestive sailing around Cap de Formentor, one of the most beautiful panoramas of the island with a stop for a swim in the crystal clear water of Cala San Vicente.
We will then continue to Port de Soller, a picturesque village located within a very well protected gulf which creates a sort of natural port. Here we will spend the night at anchor in front of the town.
SOLLER – SA CALOBRA – SANT ELMO – 6 NAVIGATION HOURS
The first stop of the day is Sa Calobra, one of the most spectacular anchorages in the whole Mediterranean. A deep canyon carved into the granite rock for over 4km that reaches the sea, creating a small beach, between the vertical walls of the cliff about 200m high and emerald water.
We will then continue our route south to arrive at Sant Elm0, a small coastal village located at the SW end of the island about 5 hours by boat from Sa Calobra. We will spend the night here with the slopes of the Sierra de Tramontana behind us and the island of Sa Dragonera in front.
SAN TELMO – CALA PORTALS VELLS – LES ILLETES – PALMA PORT – 4 HOURS OF NAVIGATION
We set sail from Sant Emlo to head to the southern side of the island. This stretch of coast is full of wonderful coves and inlets for a swim such as Cala Portals Vells and Les Illetes, a day with Carolina views between diving, snorkelling and SUP rides .
In the evening we will enter the port of Palma de Mallorca the capital of the island. A vibrant city with an international flavor but which retains a character of Spanish authenticity. An evening between stalls, excellent restaurants and all the joy of the Spanish nightlife awaits us.
PALMA – ES TRENC – SANT JORDI – 5 HOURS OF NAVIGATION
We leave in the morning from the port of Palma. The great gulf of Palma usually reserves a good land wind to sail in full sail towards the next leg of our journey. We will then drop anchor in front of the Caribbean beach of Es Trenc.
Swimming, relaxation, an aperitif at sunset and we will move in front of the village of Sant Jordi. A town traditionally inhabited by fishermen, which in recent years has become one of the most beautiful and popular places in Mallorca with several restaurants, clubs and beach clubs on the beach, such as the very famous S’Embat a Ses Covetes.
SANT JORDI – CALA MONDRAGO’ – PORT COLOM – 4 HOURS OF NAVIGATION
We leave our anchorage among the paradisiacal beaches of Sant Jordi to round Cap de Ses Salines and skirt the eastern side of Mallorca. We can stop for lunch after a couple of hours of sailing in the wild and spectacular Cala Mondragò.
We then set off again in the afternoon towards Port Colom, one of the most fascinating destinations in this part of the island. A typical fishermen’s pueblo, a calm and peaceful place where you can immerse yourself in the atmosphere of a Majorca of yesteryear.
PORT COLOM – CALA LLOMBARDS/CALA MAGRANER/CALA VARQUES – CALA AGULLA – 4 HOURS OF NAVIGATION
We continue our itinerary sailing towards the North. In this stretch of coast there are many small coves that hide white beaches with turquoise water. We will look for an anchorage in one of these such as Cala Llombards, Cala Magraner or Cala Varques.
In the afternoon we will continue to Cala Agulla, one of the most beautiful and famous beaches in the North of Mallorca. Inserted in the nature reserve of the Levante peninsula, it is a beach of dunes with crystal clear water. We will spend the night anchored in this natural setting, surrounded by pine trees and hills.
CALA AGULLA – CALA MESQUIDA – POLLENSA – 5 HOURS OF NAVIGATION
We have reached the last day of our itinerary. Awakening in the natural pool of Cala Agulla and after breakfast and a nice swim we will leave to head towards the Gulf of Pollensa.
Along the way we can stop for lunch in the wild Cala Mesquida and then continue and spend the last night at anchor near the port of Pollensa.
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