Mallorca holidays

Discover Mallorca by boat
Would you like to sail on Mallorca? Now is the time! Get to know the coast of the Majorcan island, characterized by its great beauty, and enjoy the activities that can be done on the island, as well as relax on its beautiful beaches and coves. Next, Sailwiz offers you a series of plans to navigate Mallorca and enjoy an enriching experience that you can share with other crew.
  • Holidays in Mallorca

    1. Where is Mallorca located?

    Mallorca is in the Mediterranean sea and belongs to the archipelago of the
    Balearic Islands, being its capital for being the largest island. It has 80 kilometers of distance from one end to the other, approximately, and in it we can find more than 200 beaches (between beaches and coves) of all kinds, which stand out for their diversity, the beauty of its turquoise and crystalline waters and the large number of activities that can be done for all tastes.


    2. Why is Mallorca famous?

    The island of Mallorca is known for its white sand beaches, bays with hidden coves, its turquoise and transparent waters, its gastronomy and the different plans to enjoy, such as excursions to the towns that make it up or to its wonderful capital.


    3. When to go to Mallorca?

    Mallorca is a destination that you can visit practically during the twelve months of the year, like the rest of the Balearic Islands, such as
    Menorca, Ibiza or Formentera. The predominant climate is Mediterranean, making it mild and mild throughout the year, with hot summers and warm winters, and little rainfall.


    4. What to visit in Mallorca?

    The sailings that we offer in Sailwiz are unique and different, since each skipper decides and publishes in advance what the route to follow will be, although they usually accept the proposals of the crew whenever possible, such as
    visiting Ibiza or Formentera. Some of the most popular destinations on the island are:

    Pollensa bay: It is a small bay that has numerous coves close to each other, such as Es Calo, Cala Murta, coves of Cabo Pinar. There you will find beautiful views of the Sierra de Tramuntana, the Cape of Fomentor and the Victoria peninsula.

    East coast of Mallorca: A unique place to enjoy its views from a sailboat and dazzle yourself with its small coves of turquoise waters with cliffs.

    Bahía de Palma: An essential visit is the Cap Enderrocat area, characterized by its impressive cliffs.

    Llevant Natural Park: A beautiful place with many virgin beaches, although difficult to access from land.
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