Maiorca tour

1 • Parco Naturale di Cabrera

Sail along the east coast of Mallorca to arrive in the Cabrera Natural Park where you will spend the night attached to a buoy, which you have previously booked. With permission (ATTENTION: it is mandatory to have permission and the number granted by the authorities is limited, we can reserve it for you, but only knowing it in advance) navigate to the small uninhabited rocky islands. Cabrera is a nature reserve, but there are always the remains of the Saracen occupation that left behind a fortress at the entrance of the natural harbor. During the day you can anchor in the eastern part of the island, but at sunset you must return to the reserved buoy field. For the evening, the advice is to climb the fortress to enjoy the sunset or enjoy a drink in a tavern with the fishermen and guardians of the island.

2 • Palma

Palma is a busy port, we recommend staying out for lunch and entering the port later.
For the evening you can choose between nightlife and a more relaxing evening with a stroll from the harbor district to the cathedral and the ancient palace of the Kings of Spain.

3 • Sant Elm

Navigate to Sant Elm, a small anchorage at the foot of the mountains, in front of the La Dragonera nature reserve. Take a seat at the buoy and go ashore to try the fish specialties.

4 • Soller

The small town of Port de Soller is located along the northern coast of Majorca not far from Valdemossa and Deia. Overlooking a horseshoe-shaped bay and surrounded by mountains, this village is worth a stop. Two small pebble beaches are present in this town: Es Traves, the longest, and Playa d’en Repic, decidedly the most fascinating, bathed by a shallow sea. The waterfront is lined with trendy cafes and restaurants while the harbor, in the northern part of the bay, occupied by luxurious boats, is the ideal place for a walk.

5 • San Pedro

From the port of Soller navigate to Colonia de San Pedro.
This is the longest stage but by far the most beautiful. In this section the mountains reach 1400m. You will pass Cala de la Calobra, you will pass Cabo Formentor on the extreme northeast of Mallorca, with its lighthouse at 200m height. You will pass the two large bays of Pollença and Alcudi, where the Romans had already established their bases. Colonia de San Pedro is a small, very quiet marina. NSS tip: try the Nautical Club paella!

6 • Cala Barcas

Our advice is to leave early to see the maximum of the north east coast of Mallorca. Here you can appreciate gradual changes, from the mountains to the "costa delle calas". Before returning to the base, stop in Cala Barcas for a swim. By now you are back ... congratulations, you have finished "all at once tour" of Mallorca "!!!!