Fact File: Balearic Yacht Charters

Essential things to consider on your Balearic Islands private luxury yacht charter holiday, including full costs, what to pack and must see attractions.

Yacht Charter Holidays Balearic Islands: A Fact File

Long famed for their beauty and the bohemian lifestyle they attracted in the 70s, the Balearic Islands provide luxury yacht charterers a blend of peaceful cultured villages and bustling towns that come alive after nightfall. Bays and coves create the perfect anchorages to escape from it all and spend the day in privacy aboard your superyacht with family and friends. View the full Balearics charter guide here.

Things to Consider:

Yachting Seasons & Climate: In winter the temperature hovers around 9°C/48°F and can reach a high of 31°C/64°F in July and August. From late spring to mid-summer the rainfall is less than 30mm a month over five days or fewer.

Clothing to Pack For Your Charter: While there is a relaxed dress code close to the beach, visitors are expected to dress conservatively while in the towns. Shoulders and knees should be covered before entering religious sites. Thin breathable layers are preferable for the sunny hot days, which give way to cool evenings and visitors may want to bring an extra layer if sitting outside for long periods of time. Rainfall is unlikely in the summer season and guests can leave raincoats aboard their luxury yacht.

Main Ports and Marinas: Palma de Mallorca, Andratx Marina, Club de Mar Mallorca, Port Adriano, Marina Botafoch, Marina de Formentera, Marina Port Adriana, Marina de Cala d'Or

Famous Restaurants & Clubs: Ocean Beach Ibiza, Prince of Wales, Blues Bar, Sa Trinxa Beach Bar

A Must See Attraction: Catedral de Mallorca

Best beaches to visit in your superyacht: Agua Blanca, Cala Xarraca, Cala Llentrisca, Platja de Ses Illets, Cala Varques, Cala Murta, Cala Turqueta, Es Grau beach, Cala Algaiarens, Cala Pregonda, El Tiburón and Es Calo

Local Yacht Events: Copa del Rey Ragatta

Best time to go: Summer for the height of the action; spring and autumn for fewer visitors while temperatures are still warm.

Further Charter Information

Yacht Rentals Available: Go here for the current list of yacht rentals in the Balearic Islands.

Full Balearic Islands Yacht Charter Guide: Go here for the essential Balearic Islands yacht charter guide.

Balearic Islands Itineraries: Here is a selection of broker itineraries for the Balearic Islands.

News: Read the latest superyacht news about the Balearic Islands.

Basic Holiday Info Summary

Capital: Palma de Mallorca
Currency: Euro (€/EUR)
Official languages: Spanish, Mallorqui
Main religions: Christianity
Area: 4,992 km² (1,927 sq mi)
Share on FacebookShare on TwitterMore Sharing Options