In our journey, we are again in Spain the land of the sun, sea, history and ancient traditions. We take the ship to Mallorca, the largest of Balearic Island that together with Ibiza and Formentera is among the most popular tourist destinations in the Mediterranean.
We are in Palma de Mallorca, the capital of the archipelago and the island’s vital center. It is here, in fact, that the main tourist attractions are concentrated.
Let yourself be overwhelmed by the swirl of narrow streets, elegant palaces and lively courtyards. Sit in one of the many cafes in Plaza de Espana and Plaza Mayor, or have lunch with local specialties in the adjacent covered market. An exhilarating experience!
In the evening it becomes obligatory to take a walk along La Rambla and Passeig des Born. Close to the Cathedral, visit the quaint neighborhood of La Llonja where you can browse the extravagant boutiques, art galleries.
But now it’s time to visit the over 300 beaches spread across the various island creeks. The largest and most famous is Playa de Palma, also called S’Arenal, one can consider it as the beach of the city of Palma de Mallorca. If you are looking for something more suggestive, go to Cala Agulla, which is two kilometers from Capdepera. Awarded each year with the Blue Flag, it is a pleasant sandy beach with a thick pine forest and a clear sea. Cala Mesquida is the favorite destination for windsurfers thanks to favorable wind conditions, which allow powerful waves. Although easy to reach, it is never particularly crowded and you will have fun in the waves.
Cal Formentor is famous for being the vip beach, rich in luxury hotels, surrounded by greenery, you have all the best facilities available. You can see special sea on the boat and luxury yacht, and one of the most beautiful beaches is Es Trenc, to the point of being called the Mallorca’s Caribbean beach. The soft white sea sand of a blue to take off the breath and a wild look are the recognizable traits. Cala Mondragò can be second in the ranking of the most beautiful beaches in the island. Here, too, a limpid sea, a soft sand and a dense vegetation of broom and pines, make it a master.
From this beach you can easily reach other suggestive coves such as Cala S’Amarador and Cala des Burgit or stroll along the paths of the Mondragò Natural Park of which the cove is part. But now we hear the magic of the island’s caves, the most famous in the world is the Cuevas del Drach, so beautiful and large that it is home to classical music concerts in the rooms where the water has dug an underground lake. Then they could admire Hams Cuevas and those of Artà, empowered by enormous stalactites.
The Cuevas of Campanet even offer a garden from which you can admire a beautiful panorama. Visit also the natural park of the Cabrera archipelago, with a sea bottom among the best in the Mediterranean, perfect for diving enthusiasts. An island, that of Mallorca, that will satisfy all tastes, styles and travel choices. Cozy and lively with glimpses that will stay in your heart.
Starting at € 450 per day
Bayliner 2855 Ciera