BOARDING: Saturday 3:00 p.m. | Portocolom (MAJORCA)
DISEMBARKATION: Friday 4:00 p.m. or Saturday 8:00 a.m. (courtesy night, depending on availability) | Portocolom (MAJORCA)
SATURDAY: MALLORCA TO MINORCA
We will embark at the time and in the indicated place to start our journey around 5:30 p.m. towards the island of Menorca. The sailboat will already be perfectly stowed and ready to sail, so after settling in we will review the itinerary and the planned program as well as the tasks and basic rules of coexistence and safety on board. Afterwards we will enjoy together what will be our first voyage that will include a spectacular night sailing under the stars, and with some luck a pleasant visit from our friends the dolphins. In about 4 hours we will leave the island of Majorca on the port side to arrive towards the early hours of the morning at the magnificent bay of Son Saura, one of the most beautiful virgin beaches on the south coast of Menorca, where we will anchor.
SUNDAY: SOUTH COAST
After our first breakfast on the island, we will enjoy the day sailing peacefully and anchoring in some of the best known and most beautiful coves in Menorca, and without a doubt, in the entire Mediterranean: Cala Turqueta, Cala Macarella (and Macarelleta) and Cala Galdana, where we will spend the night under the stars. Very close to each other, we will have time to bathe in crystalline waters, walk along white sands, sunbathe, or simply relax, letting ourselves be carried away by the colors and light of sunset on our sailboat.
MONDAY: SOUTH AND EAST COAST
Today we will get up early to make the most of a spectacular day, which will begin by sailing and contemplating the beauty of the south coast of the island and its innumerable coves, many of them wild and with incredible turquoise waters, such as Cala Mitjana (and Mitjaneta), Cala Trebalúger, Cala Escorxada, Cala En Porter, Cala Coves among others, choosing one of them where we will anchor to bathe and eat. Afterwards we will weigh anchor and head towards our next destination, the impressive port of Mahón, one of the largest natural harbors in the Mediterranean, with more than six kilometers in length, which we will arrive before sunset. There we can take a walk, dine in a restaurant, if you feel like it, and enjoy the nightlife of the city and this magnificent port, a refuge for ships and the scene of battles since the 3rd century BC.
TUESDAY: EAST COAST
After a good breakfast, we will continue north to discover the beautiful coves that open up on the east coast of the island up to the emblematic Cabo Favarixt. We will sail in the surroundings of the Illa d'en Colom and we will anchor to refresh ourselves in the transparent waters of one of its coves such as Arenal den Moro or Cala Rambles, and then continue up towards Platja d'en Tortuga and Cala Presili where again We will drop anchor to eat and enjoy these practically wild environments again. And towards the afternoon we will sail, just over half an hour to the south, to look for one of our favorite places where we will spend the afternoon and spend the night under the stars. This is Cala Vellana, where we can go down with the auxiliary boat to see the town of Es Grau. A small and beautiful fishing village, where time seems to have stopped, located next to S'Albufera des Grau, in a protected natural environment of high ecological value and one of the reasons why Menorca was declared a Biosphere Reserve. by UNESCO. There it is worth taking a relaxed walk at sunset, a real pleasure for the senses.
WEDNESDAY: EAST AND NORTH COAST
Today we will continue sailing and anchoring in some of the most beautiful and unspoiled coves to the north of Cabo de Favarixt up to Punta Pantinat protecting the Illa d'en Tosqueta: Cala Caldes, S'Arena den Mongrofre, Cala en Brut... We will discover also the surroundings of Addaia. An impressive natural port which is accessed through a landscape framed by the Illes d'Addaia and the beautiful view of Na Macaret, followed by a beautiful, perfectly integrated residential area and a defense tower, built in English times. It is well worth recreating yourself in a smooth navigation on our sailboat to enjoy this unique Menorcan environment. A haven of peace, calm and harmonious, where we will anchor around noon to eat. Then we will weigh anchor to set sail towards the extraordinary bay of Fornels, through the magnificent surroundings of Es Macar de Sa Llosa, the Arenal de Son Saura and Cala Pudent, where we will arrive at sunset after a short but beautiful navigation. There we will anchor or moor ourselves to a buoy to spend the night, but not before enjoying a nice walk through the town, its lively atmosphere and perhaps, why not, try its famous lobster stew.
THURSDAY: NORTH AND WEST COAST
We will have breakfast very early to make the most of today knowing the wild north coast of Menorca. We will sail early in the morning leaving the emblematic Cavalleria Lighthouse on the port side to head towards Binimel-La Beach where we will anchor. Here we will change the white sands for reddish ones and we will see seabeds appear full of all kinds of little fish, since we will find ourselves in the heart of the Northern Menorca Marine Reserve, with its most virgin and wild environment. Then we will anchor in the neighboring Cala Pregonda and its seabed, one of the best coves in Menorca where we can snorkel to discover its rich fauna and marine life. And towards noon we will head towards Cala de Algaiarens, a paradise where we will find again fine white sand and crystalline waters, where we will eat. And finally, we will have a short but spectacular navigation to reach the charming port of Ciudadela before sunset, one of the most romantic and magical places in Menorca, where we will spend our last night on the island.
FRIDAY: FROM MENORCA TO MALLORCA
Very early we will cast off to enjoy a spectacular sailing trip, back to the island of Mallorca. We will head to Portocolom where we will moor around 4:00 p.m., ending the program, although whoever wishes can enjoy a nice walk in the afternoon and its nightlife, spending the night on the sailboat until the next day (courtesy night, if will confirm according to availability)
SATURDAY: DISEMBARKATION AND FAREWELL
At 08:00 we will say goodbye to what will surely have been a fantastic week.
*The proposed program could vary depending on the weather or at the proposal of the group.