Relax, sail and enjoy a bit of Iberian charm: Click&Boat heads to the Balearic Islands, and we would love to have you on board. The Balearic archipelago is a paradise on earth. There is something there for everyone, from buzzing nightlife at never-ending festivals in Ibiza, to copious boating opportunities for apt seamen like you! And if you are on your own down there, just hire a boat in the Balearic Islands and explore the five main islands and hundreds of islets around for a bit of adventure. For history lovers, there is also rich heritage and tradition to explore in this autonomous community of Spain. But all visitors will absolute love one thing: the sun never stops shining in that part of the world.
Everything about the Balearic Islands
Area : 5,014 km2
Government : Autonomous community of Spain. Archipelago of two groups of islands: Gymésies and Pityuses.
Marinas : Ibiza, Sant Antoni de Portmany (San Antonio), Formentera, Santa Eulària des Riu (Santa Eulalia), Palma De Mallorca, Alcudiamar (Alcudia), Minorca, Andratx, Fornells, Cala Ratjada, Can Picafort, Arta (Sant Pere), Cabrera, Ciutadella de Menorca (Ciutadella), Porto Cristo, s’Arenal (El Arenal), Palmanova, Felanitx (Porto Colom), Santa Ponsa, Sa Rapita (Campos), Santa Margalida, Migjorn (s’Estanyol), Santanyi, Port Mahon (Mahon), Calvia, Pollença, Portopetro, Portocolom, Colonia De Sant Jordi.
Hotspots: Palma de Mallorca, Mallorca, Minorca, Ibiza, Formentera, Port Mahon, Soller, Grottes du Drach, Es Vedra, Fortaleza de Isabel II, Eivissa, Lithica, Reial Cartoixa (Valldemossa), Cala Comte (Platges de Comte), Torre d’en Galmes, Alcudia, Serra De Tramuntana, Parc Nacional de Cabrera, Cabrera, Cap de Formentor, Cami de Cavalls, Mirador Es Colomer Formentor, Llotja, Cala Macarelleta, Santuari de Sant Salvador (Felanitx), Sa Dragonera, Phare de Favàritx.
Nearby destinations : Spain (Barcelona, Valencia, Alicante, Benidorm, Carthagena, Tarragona), France (Marseille, Toulon, Hyères and îles d’Or), Sardinia (Alghero, Stintino), Corsica if you are interested in a long cruise.
Weather : Average temperatures: 19 ° in May, 23 ° in June, 25 ° in July, 26 ° in August, 25 ° in September and 23 ° in October. The best time of the year for a trip to the Balearic Islands: from the beginning of June to the end of September.
Distances: Palma Mallorca-Ibiza: 64 miles; Ibiza-Formentera: 19 miles; Formentera-Cabrera: 74 miles; Cabrera-Palma From Mallorca: 29 miles; Palma de Mallorca – Alcudia: 27 miles; Alcudia-Mahon: 50 miles; Ibiza-Barcelona: 145 miles; Ibiza-Valencia: 90 miles; Ibiza-Benidorm: 80 miles; Mahon-Alghero: 192 miles.
Our favourite: We have been awestruck by the beauty of an unforgettable sight in Mallorca: the city of Andratx. It is located in the Sierra de Tramuntana, a mountain range that combines cliffs, hiking trails and rugged coves, and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 2011. There are beautiful coves as far as the eye can see, the national park of Sa Dragonera within just 5 nautical miles, and Can Pastilla, El Arenal and the beach of Es Trenc just a stone’s throw from there. And perhaps the best argument to convince you to hire a boat in the Balearic Islands: Rafael Nadal was born in Manacor, Mallorca!
How to go there: by plane (airports in Palma de Mallorca, Ibiza, Mahon, Menorca) or by boat (hire a boat or use the local ferry).
Explore dozens of small islets and their dreamy beaches.
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