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Route guidance / Mallorca

  • MALLORCA
  • TOURIST PHOTOS
    ANDRATX SA RAPITA CALA SA NAU PORTALS VELLS ES TRENC
  • SATURDAY:
  • Arrival at the Port of Palma (Club de Mar) at 1 pm. Introduction to the crew, skipper, accommodation in the cabins, tour of the boat, purchase of the supplies for the crew. We set sail at around 4 pm towards the Port of Andratx; we shall sail by Portals Vells where we will stop for a swim and we will then continue our route to Andratx in the evening. We will spend the night anchored in a fairly sheltered area. There are a number of high quality restaurants at the Port.
  • SUNDAY:
  • After breakfast we will set sail to Cabo Blanco. At noon we will arrive at Cala Pi, one of the most spectacular coves of the island. It formed at the mouth of a long and deep torrent, also called Pi. This cove has fine sand and is a long stretch surrounded by cliffs. The closest restaurant is Cala Pi Club on the steps leading to the beach. In the afternoon we will go on to the Port of Sa Rapita where we will spend the night. It is very close to the fabulous beaches of Es Trenc. A highlight is the Restaurant called "C´an Pep", just a few minutes on foot from the port.
  • MONDAY:
  • In the morning, we will part from the Port of Sa Rápita towards the Cape of Ses Salines. We will go through the beach of Es Trenc and we will anchor at Cala Llombards for lunch. In the afternoon, we will sail on to Port Colom, where we will anchor for the night, following a trip to Cala Sa Nau.
  • TUESDAY:
  • After breakfast, we weigh anchor and set sail due northeast, towards Porto Cristo. In the afternoon, we anchor off Cala Varques for swimming. After the swim, we will have lunch at Cala Anguila. There is a beach bar, which specialises in traditional cuisine from Majorca (pa amb´oli – bread with olive oil). At the end of the afternoon we will reach Porto Cristo to spend the night.
  • WEDNESDAY:
  • We will then leave Porto Cristo and head to Cala Ratjada. Swimming and lunch at Cala Agulla. This is the most coveted beach in the municipality of Capdepera. It is still preserved in a virgin state, with a large pine grove in the backdrop, just a few metres from the sand and that gives the beach a wilder appearance. Time allowing, we will spend the night anchored at Cala Moltó, very close to Cala Agulla. Otherwise, we will go to the Port of Cala Ratjada.
  • THURSDAY:
  • Exit from the mouth of Cala Ratjada, due north. When we reach the Bay of Alcudia, we will stop for swimming at Es Caló (Ferrutx), a beautiful solitary site. Our journey continues towards Colonia Sant Pera, where we will stop to eat some delicious fish. In the afternoon, we will cross the Bay of Alcudia, heading towards the Port of Alcudia, one of the liveliest of Northern Majorca. We recommend food at the "Diablito" (little devil). We may hit the tiles at night.
  • FRIDAY:
  • Following breakfast, we will head to Coll Baix at mid-morning, a very picturesque site. This site is spectacular, both due to the absence of buildings and also because it is situated between two large cliff walls. It has a gravel beach. We will eat at Cala Murta, following a relaxing swim. We will then see one of the most beautiful sites of the island, the beach of Formentor, to then head on to the Port of Alcudia (6 pm) where our journey ends.