The Balearics; these magnificent islands off the eastern coast of Spain have long been considered one of the most idyllic spots in the Western Mediterranean and are a real haven for luxury yachting. Between quiet, undeveloped Formentera and international party destination Ibiza, these gorgeous isles offer something for every traveler.

Whether you want to swim, dive, hike, explore historic ruins, relax on a beautiful beach or do some serious clubbing; this voyage can deliver it all.

DAY 1 / Puerto Portals, Mallorca

Welcome to the Balearics! You will board the yacht in Puerto Portals, Mallorca and meet your crew. Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands and is loved for its sublime weather, historic settlements and beautiful beaches, boasting more than 200 to choose from. While the dramatic coastline of the island presents a myriad of spots to relax and unwind, the cooler mountains offer an altogether different experience. There you can discover picturesque hilltop villages amid lush green landscapes; ancient villages such as Valldemossa and Deia are drop dead gorgeous and have lots of character and charm. The island is perfect for leisure activities like scuba diving, snorkeling and sailing, as well as golfing, horseback riding and go-carting.

DAY 2 / Puerto Portals to Puerto de San Miguel, Ibiza

Today, you will set sail to Ibiza and sample this bustling island. Ibiza’s beautiful coastline is primarily what attracts most visitors. Lunch will be served along the way and you should arrive in Puerto de San Miguel later on, anchoring in the picturesque bay. Your crew can take you ashore where several of the most sublime restaurants on Ibiza can be found.

DAY 3 / Puerto de San Miguel to San Antonio

After an exciting night and sumptuous breakfast on-board, you will only have a short sail to your next anchorage at Cala Portixol. This hideaway is a true gem; a very isolated cove with pristine waters where you can enjoy some fishing, kayaking or snorkeling. After lunch, you will be on your way to the port of San Antonio. San Antonio is the second largest town on Ibiza. A visit to ‘Sunset Strip’, where you can watch a spectacular sunset from a choice of cocktail bars and cafes, is highly recommended. Dine on board or at one of the many restaurants lining the seafront; plenty of options for a great night out.

DAY 4 / San Antonio to Ibiza town

Today, we head towards Ibiza town. The island’s beautiful coastline is primarily what attracts most visitors, There is a great variety of beach clubs at your disposal; for a sumptuous and regal experience, we recommend that you visit Cotton or Tanit beach club. However, if you’re looking for a more luxurious party scene, why not see what Nassau Beach Club has to offer. You can also opt to visit popular landmarks such as the old town, caverns or even Es Vedra, which you can reach with your tender.

Choose to dine intimately on board but if you want to sample the flavors of the island, be sure to grab a table at Aubergine or Sublimotion.

DAY 5 / Ibiza town to Formentera

Today, the yacht will set of for the island of Formentera. It is the smallest of the Balearic Islands and located just off the southern coast of Ibiza. Often referred to as the ‘last paradise of the Mediterranean’, due to its lack of urban development and limited number of luxury resorts. Visitors are attracted to its breathtaking natural beauty and easy-going atmosphere. Formentera is dominated by pure white sandy beaches that lead down to the clear and warm turquoise waters of the Mediterranean. Many beaches are deserted and it is still possible to spend a whole day without ever laying eyes on another soul.

Formentera is an excellent scuba- and snorkeling location. Partly because infrastructure development has been kept to a minimum to lower levels of pollution, but also because the island is blessed with exquisite reefs, abundant aquatic life and underwater caves.

DAY 6 / Formentera to Puerto Portals

After a lazy breakfast, a mid-morning departure to Puerto Portals in Mallorca is your final leg. Lunch will be served on-route with an anticipated arrival early that evening. One of the island’s most glamourous spots, Puerto Portals is THE place in Mallorca to see and be seen. During your final evening in the Balearics, you’re more than likely to catch a glimpse of a few famous faces in this jet-set harbor.
Paris Hilton, Brad Pitt, Jim Carrey, Jenson Button and Bill Gates are among the celebrities who have frequently been seen at Puerto Portals – it is often compared with Puerto Banus in Marbella.

Just a few minutes after stepping onto the quayside, there are many designer boutiques to plunder and numerous places to enjoy a cocktail or grab something exquisite to eat. While watching the world go by, you and your party can contemplate on your wonderful experience in this beautiful part of the Med.