Balearic Islands Yacht Charter
Why have the Baleares or Balearics become one of the Mediterranean’s most popular yacht charter destinations? The constant sunshine, azure waters and rugged landscape has made The Balearic Islands, Europe’s favorite cruising playground. The Balearic Islands, off Spain are steeped in a raw combination of old and new. The history is prevalent in gothic castles, museums and ancient cobbled streets, whilst the famous Spanish nightlife, lives on in tapas bars, nightclubs and port side cafes. A yacht charter holiday in The Balearics will allow you to experience more than the average mainland holidaymaker, could even imagine.
From golden beaches, bays, rocky peaks and lively harbors, Mallorca, Ibiza and the Balearic Islands have everything on offer for the perfect yacht charter holiday. The landscapes of the islands are extreme, and unmistakably Spanish. Along the towering coastlines, you'll find endless coves and beaches, perfect for anchoring your yacht. Stop at the picturesque port of Ciutadella and the magnificent port of Mahon. Come ashore to meander your way through the narrow cobbled streets. Take a leisurely stroll on the secluded beaches of Formentera and Cabrera.
The Spain Balearics yacht charter scene has become increasingly popular and the types of yacht charter available in Mallorca, Palma, Ibiza, Formentera, Menorca are all the main types of yacht charter including motor, sailing, skippered, crewed yachts, catamaran, power boat, sailboat, luxury yachts and the ever more familiar super yacht charter.
Like most of the Mediterranean, the Spanish Balearic Islands yacht chartering season generally runs from April to the end of October. The summer season in July and August is the hottest and tends to have lighter winds. This is also the high season as far as yacht charter goes. Other good times to charter your yacht is generally on either of the shoulder seasons (April-May and September-October), each side of the main summer season, as the temperatures are still comfortable, and the onshore tourists have yet to arrive in their largest numbers.