Hardly a sailing area offers so much alternating natural landscapes such as Majorca and neighboring islands. Here, rough cliffs alternate inviting with magnificent mountain ranges, nature reserves to linger, busy ports and anchorages in idyllic hidden coves.
In the North East you can find wonderful fine sandy beaches picturesque coves and turquoise sea and to the northeast is the tranquil Menorca with its Caribbean Taumbuchten that are well suited as milestones or miles trips for ambitious crews who also likes to enjoy the ocean at night .
The southeast surprised with flat coastlines which is attractive in exchange of beaches and small fjord-like bays of gold beach Es Trenc and Cala Ratijada extend.
The protected island of Cabrera or the Isla Dragonera Panorama offer themselves as exciting targets for all sailors.
In the southwest of the party experienced Ibiza with Chillouts with spectacular Sunsets secluded rocky coves up to the exclusive beach scene.Just a stone's throw away in sight of the little gourmet Iceland Formentera . Known for its tapas, paellas and fresh fish.
Mallorca has a subtropical Mediterranean climate with a wet autumn, mild winter and a hot and dry summer. The island is located between the climate zones of central Europe and North Africa, which can lead to unexpected weather changes. Despite 300 sunny days a year, there is a welcome thunderstorms with heavy rainfall.
The Balearic welcome one with pleasant warm temperatures all year round. In the winter, although the nights can be cool during the day but this is rewarded with mild and spring-like sun. The hot summer is bearable again by the light but refreshing wind. A dream for surfers and sailors.
Of all the major airports directly to Palma de Mallorca. By taxi or bus to the Port de Palma and there to Marina La Lonja