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The Balearics is part of Spain and comprise the four islands of Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera. Sandy beaches, Mediterranean climate and a vibrant night life, coupled with numerous flight connections with Europe, make the islands a popular luxury crewed yacht charter destination. Lying off the Eastern coast of Spain, just 210kms from Barcelona, the islands attract a cosmopolitan ambience with secluded bays, quaint fishing harbours and modern marinas. Along the towering coastlines, you'll find endless coves and beaches, perfect for anchoring your charter yacht. These islands are among the most beautiful and most popular in the western Mediterranean Sea.
Mallorca, the largest island of Spain, offers a wealth of superb restaurants and stunning architecture and surrounded by sandy beaches. The capital, Palma de Mallorca, has an impressive old quarter, with narrow cobbled streets tree-lined boulevards and beautiful architecture. The south-east coast of Mallorca is generally considered the most scenic part for its sculptured rock formations and beautiful secluded bays. The Balearic’s smallest island of Formentera boasts powdery white sand beaches surrounded by shimmering sapphire seas with beach restaurants offering delectable local cuisine. Ibiza is the third largest of the islands and is renowned as Europe’s party playground for its extravagant nightlife and large numbers of tourists. The stunningly beautiful and natural Menorca is the quietest island within the Balearics. Local villages dotted around the coastline with restaurants offering some of the finest local cuisine.
A Spain yacht charter provides the opportunity to see the islands in a very different light, away from the mass tourism and British themed tourist strips. The islands offer magnificent golden sandy beaches, glittering turquoise waters, lively nightlife and scrumptious Spanish cuisine. The landscapes of the islands are extreme, and unmistakably Spanish.
From golden sandy beaches, secluded bays, rocky peaks and lively harbours, Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera have everything on offer for the perfect yacht charter holiday.
Like most of the Mediterranean, the Spain yacht chartering season generally runs from April to the end of October. The Balearic Islands have a subtropical Mediterranean climate, with mild winters and warm summers. With up to 300 days of sunshine per year with summer temperatures from 25º to 33º. The rainfall is low and usually arrives in heavy showers, often followed by the sunshine. Sea temperatures rises to about 30ºC in August, maintaining warm temperatures of around 24ºC well into late October.
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