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Whether you’re looking for party time or to wine and dine, a superyacht charter in Spain will not disappoint. Drop anchor in some of the Mediterranean’s most beautiful bays and watch the sunset to the sound of the saxophone and the sea.
A superyacht charter in Spain and the Balearic Islands delivers a magnitude of experiences. You could sample Michelin-starred cuisine in Barcelona one evening, then explore the unspoilt coastline of Menorca the next. You could wake up by a secret cove in Mallorca and fall asleep anchored off the crystal-clear waters of Ibiza.
Or you could stick to the mainland, and fill your charter with endless sun-kissed beaches and snow-capped peaks. Head for the vineyards of Andalusia, bask in the seaside glamour of Marbella or take in the cultural delights at Picasso’s hometown of Malaga.
If the year-round sunshine of the Canary Islands is calling you instead, take the opportunity to hop around the lesser-known islands of La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro and avoid the crowds. While each island has it’s own identity, they all share the volcanic landscape and plenty of opportunities to hike or encounter wildlife.
Palma de Mallorca
Embark your Spanish superyacht charter in Palma, Mallorca and enjoy lunch on board before diving into the collection of water toys and spending an afternoon in the water. As evening approaches, head for Puerto Portals and dine at Michelin-starred restaurant Tristán Mar - or let the chef cater to you.
Es trenc, Mallorca
After an alfresco breakfast, you’ll cruise south to the 2km pristine beach of Es Trenc. You can sunbathe on the sand, play in the water, or relax onboard while you work up an appetite. When lunch rolls around you can dine on the yacht, or have a beach picnic set up. By late afternoon, you’ll cruise back to port and have plenty of time to shop or enjoy an aperitif before dinner at El Caballito de Mar in Palma.
A morning cruise will take you to Formentera in time to have lunch at Es Moli del Sal. You may choose to spend the afternoon on a deserted beach, or swimming in the clear turquoise water. That evening you’ll anchor and enjoy a beach BBQ for dinner.
Following a morning cruise and a lunch on board, you’ll end up at the rural town of Soller on the west coast of Mallorca. Hop off for an excursion that takes in its 13th-century church, and grab a fresh orange juice from a cafe on the square. You’ll spend the night anchored there and enjoy an exquisite dinner on board.
Head for Cala D’Or, where you can swim and play with the water toys before a spot of lunch on board. You can make the most of the charming, quiet coves or sip champagne at a waterfront bar before heading back to Port Portals in the afternoon. Take your chance to walk the harbour or shop, before dinner at Michelin-starred Es Raco d’es Teix. The next day you can sleep in, and wake up back at Cala D’Or where you’ll enjoy a luxurious brunch on board before you wrap-up your superyacht charter in Spain and the Balearic Islands.