Spain and the Balearic Islands Charters
Due to new tax laws, a superyacht charter in Spain and the Balearic Islands is finally more accessible.
Spain and the Balearic Islands / Al Fresco Living
Due to new tax laws, a superyacht charter in Spain and the Balearic Islands is finally more accessible. This passionate Latin country is a rich fusion of age-old traditions, vibrant cities, hedonistic islands, rural beauty awash with farming villages, olive and lemon groves, rolling vineyards and enticing beaches. The three main cruising grounds here are the Atlantic coast: the raw beauty of Vigo and La Coruna; the timeless Mediterranean coast and the new hot spot of the Balearic Islands - Ibiza, Mallorca and Menorca. A yacht charter in any one of these locations will offer a balmy climate with character and culture. Destinations Barcelona/Ibiza/Palma/Valencia
Spain and the Balearics - Top Marinas
Barcelona Marina Port Vell – located right in the center of the Gothic quarter of the vibrant city of Barcelona – this marina has full luxurious amenities to take advantage of. Ibiza Magna – this party island has some summoned the superyacht world. It is the hotspot for A-list crowd now. Found in Ibiza Town, this marina is one of the most expensive ports in the world. Barcelona/Ibiza
Spain and the Balearics - Top Anchorages
Marine Reserve of Cala Ratjada, Mallorca. This is an ideal anchorage spot for those who are keen on diving. The reserve, spanning 11,000 hectares was established in 2007 and now attracts those in search of the ‘Big Cheese’: a rocky formation rising from the sea with an underwater world teeming with life. A dive enthusiast’s paradise. Pont d’En Gil Cavern – another excellent dive site in the Balearics: It boasts the longest cavern dive in the region. So ask the captain to drop anchor and then take to the 220 meter long cavern where sunlight is always visible making it ideal fro any level diver. Take to the lee of Espalmador - a small island found between Ibiza and Formentera. It is an extremely popular anchorage due to its turquoise waters and white sand beach. Cala Ratjada/Pont d’En Gil Cavern/Espalmador