Sailboat rental in Mallorca
The island of Mallorca is located in the western Mediterranean Sea and is the largest island of the Balearic Islands with an area of 3640 square kilometres. The island is approximately 170 km from mainland Spain. The coastline of the Balearic island is approximately 550 km long and is therefore particularly attractive for your sailboat rental in Mallorca. Mallorca has an excellent maritime infrastructure with its 42 ports. Even for new sailors and less experienced crews, Mallorca has enough harbours and piers that are easy to handle and have a weak current. Rent a sailboat in Mallorca and discover the magic of the island from the water's edge.
Ports for your sailboat rental in Mallorca
With a sailboat rental in Mallorca, you can use an environmentally friendly and at the same time athletic alternative to explore the Balearic island of Mallorca from its most beautiful side. The varied sailing area is suitable for both novice and experienced sailors. Rent a sailboat in Mallorca in one of these ports and start your sailing adventure with your family or friends:
Puerto de Palma
Port de Pollença
Club Nautico Santa Ponsa
Sights and tips for your sailboat rental in Mallorca
Depending on your personal interests, the Balearic Island offers well-equipped ports for your sailing trip. These include the picturesque Port de Pollença, the historic old town of Port d'Alcúdia, the great golf courses of the Son Severa, the tranquillity and traditional Catalan gastronomy of Portocolom, or the history of Deià.
Charter a sailboat and experience 150 nautical miles of contrast. A particularly charismatic dock is the port of Cala Figuera. You have to get there early, because there are only a few sleeping places. The small town convinces with its Catalan flair and countless cosy cafés. Be inspired by the secrets of the island and enjoy the tranquillity and idyll on a sailing boat. Rent a sailboat in Mallorca and head to the hidden Torrent de Pareis bay. The Torrent de Pareis gorge was declared a natural monument in 2003 because of the impressive formations formed by the rain over time.
The Sant Elm pier is a gem that makes Mallorca one of the most beautiful sailing destinations in the world. Other places of interest are the natural park of S 'Albufera, the quarries of Arta (Cuevas de Arta) and the Cap de Formentor, a great vantage point on the northeastern tip of Mallorca. If you spend the day of arrival or departure in Palma, it is worthwhile to visit the old city.
Climate and wind conditions in Mallorca
The weather on the Balearic island is not just a clear blue sky. The volatility usually starts outside the summer months. A sea fog is a phenomenon in spring when the already strong sun makes the cold seawater evaporate. Because the sky is still quite cold, the rising air condenses fairly quickly and thick clouds rise above the sea. Beware of the threatening winter storms that mainly occur on the north side of the island, since Mallorca is under the influence of the Mistral. The winters, however, are short and mild, with an average temperature of 12 ° C.
We have saved the good news for last: thanks to the Mediterranean climate, the sailing season is open all year round. Spring and autumn have a pleasant 15 to 25 ° C. The summer weather is already visible in April and runs until October. The weather is therefore usually ideal for sailing. Around Mallorca, on a normal summer's day, there is usually enough sailing wind, triggered by thermal effects.
Your arrival on the island of Mallorca
Aircraft is the best and easiest way to access Mallorca. Flights to Palma de Mallorca are low priced from many airlines in different locations. Once you have arrived in Palma, you can easily take buses to the different towns of the island. Ask us for a transfer from the airport. This is offered by many charter companies at the same time.