Mallorca, one of the beautiful islands that form the Balearic islands. Known for its resorts and beautiful beaches, is this beautiful island, perfectly situated between Ibiza and Menorca. Many take advantage of its glorious location by renting one if our boats. With a population of just over 100,000, you’d be rest assured a great time on this amazing islands, surrounded by its amazing locals. Why not rent one of our boats to explore Mallorca?
Harbours and Attractions
With a slightly larger circumference than its peers in the Baleares, Mallorca has countless ports and harbours, being the hotspot for classy holiday makers from places all over the world. We have boat charters ready for you to join in the class. With some of the best ports and marinas being Port Adriano, Port Calanova Marina, Port d’Andratx and Port Cristo, you’ll never fall short of ports to see and moor in Mallorca. Offering sights of luxury and character, the ports and marinas of Mallorca are top notch!
Mallorca has much to offer when it comes to water activities. Everything from diving to fly boarding, parasailing and water obstacle courses, Mallorca has what it takes to give you a great thrill. In the same way, one may find great leisure in island-hopping throughout the Baleares. Starting from Mallorca, you could journey to Ibiza, enjoy the party island, return to Mallorca or even go straight to Menorca from Mallorca. The possibilities are endless when chartering one on our boats.
Holiday-makers tend to journey to Mallorca between May and September as the weather is usually at its hottest and driest during this period, however, it is said that the best time to travel to Mallorca is the Spring. With highs of roughly 30°C (86 °F) in July and August and 25-28°C (77-82°F) when summer is arriving and departing, it makes perfect sense why summertime is the most desired period. During the summer period, the lowest temperatures average from between 15-23°C (59-73°F). Meanwhile, during low season, temperatures can fall as low as 8°C (46°F).
How to get there..
Though a small island, Mallorca is quite easily accessible. It has its own airport and is even ranked the 3rd largest airport in Spain, of course after the 2 largest cities in Spain, Madrid and Barcelona. Besides arriving by air, you could also travel by sea. Departing from Barcelona, Valencia or even the south of Spain, you’re sure to enjoy a great sail towards the Balearic island, taking pit-stops wherever you please.