Day 1: Marina Naviera Balear, Port de Mallorca
Upon arrival, plan to spend your first evening at this beautiful marina. The capital of the Balearic islands, Palma de Mallorca is home to one of the largest marinas in Europe and is just 8km from the airport. The capital of the Balearic islands, Palma de Mallorca is home to one of the largest marinas in Europe and is just 8km from the airport. Step ashore to explore the winding cobbled streets, marvel at the magnificent gothic cathedral that watches over the town and lose yourself in the alleyways where you will find numerous tapas bars, restaurants and cafes
Day 2: Port de Mallorca to Port Andratx (20NM)
On your first morning, set off for a short sail west towards Port Andratx. This popular harbour has a classy reputation, the steep cliffs spotted by celebrity villas and a fashionable, modern marina that makes the perfect night-time stopover. This popular harbour has a classy reputation, the steep cliffs spotted by celebrity villas and a fashionable, modern marina that makes the perfect night-time stopover. The ancient town of Andratx itself is a few miles inland or you can just stick to the harbour side bars and restaurants. If you're looking for on-shore activity, the area is criss-crossed by walking paths that boast stunning views in ever direction..
Day 3: Port Andratx to Port Soller (28NM)
Sail north to Port Soller, one of the prettiest stops on the island. This well-sheltered bay will allow for you to anchor or to visit the marina to explore the town on shore. Tucked into a beautiful horseshoe shaped bay with the Tramuntana mountains in the background, the Port of Soller is one of the prettiest stops on your Mallorca itinerary. The bay is well sheltered if you don't want to go into the marina. We recommend heading further inshore to the town of Soller, a charming town where sitting in the main square and soaking up the scent of oranges, wandering the narrow streets and enjoying the scenery is all part of the order of the day.
Day 4: Port Soller to Port of Pollenca (35NM)
Continue your journey to the northern tip of Mallorca to find a popular family friendly resort, marina, and the festive town of Pollenca. On the northern tip of Mallorca you'll find Pollenca, a popular family resort with whitewashed villas, slouching pine trees and traditional fishing boats moored along the seafront. The anchorages here are well sheltered, but there's also a well-equipped marina if you're looking for fuel, water or creature comforts. The town of Pollenca hosts fairs and fiestas throughout the year, including the Wine Fair in April celebrating Mallorcan wine, so check the calendar to see what's happening while you're visiting.
Day 5: Port of Pollenca to Porto Cristo (40NM)
The longest leg of your itinerary ends with a stop in Port Cristo. The long sheltered inlet of Porto Cristo and its golden sands offers a relaxing day in the sun. Its harbour and many cafés let you take in the spectacular scenery and people watch.
The incredible blue-green water, great beaches and position in a long, sheltered inlet have made Porto Cristo a popular stop for holidaymakers and yachties for decades. One you've drunk in the traditional atmosphere of this working fishing town, head along the coast to explore the unspoilt 'Dragon Caves'.
Hidden gem: Discover a hidden world on a guided tour of the Dragon Caves (Cuevas del Drach), exploring the stalactite-studded cave system and enjoying a short floating concert on the underground lake.
Day 6: Porto Cristo to Sa Rapita (30NM)
Sa Rapita is home to one of the best beaches in Mallorca, Es Trenc, two kilometres of white sand and clear waters. There's a marina with all the necessary facilities close by the town, with great views south across the sea. But don't come here just for the beach, this is also a great quiet, peaceful place to stop for the evening before heading to Cabrera or back to Palma.
Hidden gem: Cabrera An uninhabited island, Cabrera National Park is an almost untouched oasis just a stone's throw away from Mallorca. Rich in natural life as well as beauty, this is the perfect stop to get away from the bustling bigger islands.
Day 7:Sa Rapita to Marina Naviera Balear, Port de Mallorca (25NM)
On your way back to Palma, you can stop by the tiny village of Cala Pi, whose golden beach is tucked between two rugged green hillsides. Or you can go straight back to Palma, enjoy the mountainous coastline and take the extra time ashore to explore the narrow streets and shops of this ancient town. The capital of the Balearic islands, Palma de Mallorca is home to one of the largest marinas in Europe and is just 8km from the airport. Step ashore to explore the winding cobbled streets, marvel at the magnificent gothic cathedral that watches over the town and lose yourself in the alleyways where you will find numerous tapas bars, restaurants and cafes