Yacht Charter in Balearic Islands

Cities in Balearic Islands

The Balearics is a Spanish archipelago near the west coast of the Iberian Peninsula. The most famous of the islands are Ibiza and Mallorca. People come here not only to try the legendary wine and to party. The archipelago is one of the world’s yachting centers. More about renting yachts in the Balearic Islands is in our article.

Why do yachtsmen prefer the Balearic Islands?

The name of the archipelago comes from the Greek verb, meaning “to float”. Local residents have always sailed skillfully. Today yachtsmen from all over the world come to the prestigious resort that consists of several small and 4 large islands:

  1. Ibiza. The well-known party place is also famous for its ideal harbors. There are many beaches, both civilized and deserted here. Coastal waters are good for windsurfing, snorkeling and water skiing.
  2. Mallorca. It is the largest part of the Balearics. One half of Mallorca is covered with the mountains and undisturbed pine forests and the other one — with the noisy fishing ports and colorful tourist hangouts. The largest number of bays is situated on the east coast where you could find really wild places. In the south, there are many beaches but the coast is often steep, unsuitable for mooring.
  3. Formentera. One could get here only by sea. Formentera has endless sandy beaches with rows of date palms and the cleanest water in the whole Mediterranean. Formentera is called the last paradise on earth and, of course, it should not be slipped from the route through the Balearics.
  4. Menorca. The local population is small, the atmosphere is relaxed. In one half of Menorca there are white, typical Mediterranean houses and in the other — the British-style architecture. There are marinas with the highest yacht service and forgotten comfortable caves, for those who seek solitude and romance.

You could find a wide choice of motor and sailing ships on each of the Balearics. Both professional and amateur regattas take place here annually, for example, Princess Sofia, Ruta de la Sal, Eastern Week, etc.

What do you need to know about the yacht charter in the Balearic Islands?

The Balearics is a place for experienced skippers. It is windy here even in high season — from April to October. There are almost no completely safe bays, while mooring it is necessary to take into account that the vessel can rotate 360 degrees. If you are confident in your steering skills, then for rent it is enough to present an international certificate. If not, it is better to hire a captain and enjoy the rest.

Rent takes place according to the standard conditions, from Saturday to Saturday. There are almost no one-way routes as the archipelago is compact and there is always the opportunity to return to the starting point. There are many vessels but the demand is also high. It is better to do a reservation for 2−3 months. In addition, earlier booking often means lower prices. On our site you will find the best prices for yacht rental in the region. Leave a request and at a convenient time the manager will contact you to discuss the travel details.

Region Ibiza
84 yachts
84 yachts
Menorca
3 yachts
3 yachts
Best activities in Balearic Islands
  • Historical sites
  • Waterparks
  • Wave House
  • Aqua Center
  • Aquarock
  • Barcelo Pueblo Water Park
  • Parque Acuatico
  • Puig de Pollenca
  • Robert Graves House
  • Llotja
  • Jardines de Alfabia
  • Cathedral Ciudadela
  • Niches and caves
  • Cuevas de Arta
  • Coves de Campanet
  • Cuevas de Genova
  • Necrópolis de Cala Morell
Airports in Balearic Islands
Palma de Mallorca Airport PMI
Ibiza Airport IBZ
Menorca Airport MAH
Sailing season
May - September
Travel season
April - October
Marinas in this location
21
Boats in this location
392

The Balearic Islands are an archipelago of islands belonging to Spain. They are in the western part of the Mediterranean Sea. Nature and the sea are incredibly beautiful.

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836 €
per week
4
Guests
2
Cabins
32 ft
Length
2014
Built in
867 €
per week
6
Guests
3
Cabins
36 ft
Length
2002
Built in
935 €
per week
8
Guests
4
Cabins
42 ft
Length
2000
Built in
935 €
per week
8
Guests
4
Cabins
42 ft
Length
2002
Built in
977 €
per week
6
Guests
3
Cabins
39 ft
Length
2008
Built in
1020 €
per week
8
Guests
4
Cabins
47 ft
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2000
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Boats in Balearic Islands

Sail Cyclades 43.4, La Lonja Marina, Spain
16Guests
4Cabins
44ftLength
2008Built in
Sail Cyclades 39, La Lonja Marina, Spain
12Guests
3Cabins
39ftLength
2008Built in
Sail Bavaria Cruiser 33, Club Nautic Arenal, Spain
8Guests
2Cabins
33ftLength
2013Built in
Sail JEANNEAU SO 36i, Sant Antoni de Portmany Port, Spain
12Guests
3Cabins
36ftLength
2011Built in
Sail JEANNEAU SO 36i, Sant Antoni de Portmany Port, Spain
12Guests
3Cabins
36ftLength
2011Built in
Sail JEANNEAU SO 389, Sant Antoni de Portmany Port, Spain
12Guests
3Cabins
39ftLength
2018Built in
Sail JEANNEAU SO 379, Sant Antoni de Portmany Port, Spain
12Guests
3Cabins
37ftLength
2012Built in
Sail Oceanis 473, La Lonja Marina, Spain
16Guests
4Cabins
47ftLength
2004Built in
Sail Bavaria Cruiser 37, Club Nautic Arenal, Spain
12Guests
3Cabins
37ftLength
2015Built in
Sail Sun Odyssey 36i, Port di Alcudia, Spain
8Guests
2Cabins
36ftLength
2008Built in
Sail Bavaria 46 Cruiser, La Lonja Marina, Spain
16Guests
4Cabins
47ftLength
2005Built in
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