1. Mahón - Isla de Colom
On Saturday we will meet at 12 noon in the port of Mahón to introduce ourselves and do the shopping. We will distribute the cabins and set sail crossing one of the largest natural harbors in all of Europe. We will go to Isla de Colom, an islet located near the Albufera des Grao Natural Park and its picturesque white town.
2. Isla de Colom - Fornells
Today we will enjoy a quiet morning for those who want to walk through the town, visit the lagoon or disembark on the island of Colom. At mid-morning we will go to the North of Menorca and anchor on a wild beach that can only be accessed from the sea. After lunch we will sail to the great bay of Fornells where we can enjoy a magnificent dinner in one of the most beautiful towns in the Balearic Islands.
3. Fornells - Cala Algaiarens
In the morning we will go to Cala Pregonda, a cove surrounded by islets that you cannot miss. After spending the day we will head to Cala Algaiarens, a reserve protected by the EU and located in a bay formed by 3 coves where a small river flows.
4. Cala Algaiarens - Ciutadella
We will head to Ciutadella, a small and charming city. During the route we will go along the northern area, very wild and with beautiful coves to anchor. We will anchor in Cala Mort, where there is a long cave that you cannot miss. In the afternoon, if we do not find a mooring in the port of Ciutadella, we will anchor in a nearby cove so that people can disembark and stroll through its picturesque streets.
5. Ciutadella - Cala Macarella
We leave the North area and head to the South of the island to anchor at Son Saura beach and enjoy its clear waters. After lunch we can visit some coves in the area and spend the night anchored in Cala Macarella and Macarelleta or in some other magnificent cove on this coast.
6. Cala Macarella - Cales Coves
After waking up, we will start sailing to continue enjoying these incredible southern coves and then head to Cales Coves, surrounded by a precipice full of caves and a necropolis. Without a doubt one of the most magical corners of Menorca. In the case of not having place to anchor, we would spend the night anchored somewhere nearby.
7. Cales Coves - Mahón
Today Friday we will head to Mahón but first we will pass in front of the picturesque town of Binibeca and we will also see the Isla del Aire. In the afternoon we will enter the bay of Mahón and moor in the port, leaving free time to stroll through the beautiful capital and we will meet to enjoy the last dinner together in a restaurant.
8. Mahón (farewell)
On the last day, Saturday, we will disembark at 8 am to make way for cleaning and preparing the sailboat for the next group.
And here we already say goodbye to this magnificent trip!
* The route may vary depending on the weather or by decision of the captain if he sees fit for the good of the trip.