Over the last few years, Mallorca has emerged as one of the best boating destinations not only in Spain but in all of the Mediterranean. If you haven’t heard of the lovely and largest of the Spanish Balearic Islands, Mallorca, then you are in for a treat.
Charming Island Towns. As much as you might want to, you can’t spend all your time on the boat. You might want to get off the boat and explore the island. There’s no better place to do that than the Alcudia Old Town. This charming walled-part of the ancient city is a modern history museum with fantastic locally made products as well as priceless artifacts from Spain’s long history.
All about the Watersports: Of course, when you charter your own ship you have so many options. There’s no better way to get around the island and just off its coast is some of the best fishing spots in the Mediterranean. Get ready to haul in some big game or if that’s not your thing you can stick a little closer to the shore where the waters are calmer for a little water skiing. Of course, nothing beats having your own sandbar party and doing a little grilling and chilling in the sun!
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Stretch Your Legs: Mallorca simply has it all. From beaches to great food and fascinating
history. If you looking to do a little hiking than nothing beats the lovely
Serra de Tramuntana. This mountain range that forms the northern backbone of
the island stands at roughly 1,200 meters tall at its highest which makes it a
moderately challenging hike and provides stunning views of the island. Best of all, they
are simply massive. You can hang out by touristy parts and gets a few drinks at
some of the seaside restaurants or make your way down the shore a little and
have your own private slice of paradise.
Relax on the Beaches of Paradise: Mallorca is home to some incredible beaches. If you enjoy shimmering turquoise waters and white sand than nothing beats Playa de Muro and Cala Llombards. These two top beaches are the best place for a little barbecue and fun in the sun.