Yacht charter in Spain & the Balearic Islands off the coast gives you unrivalled access to all that this incredible country has to offer. Known for fiery food, bull-running, and nearly mythical party culture, Spain & the Balearic Islands are even better than their reputation. Discover our top 5 best destinations for your Spanish & Balearic yacht charter experience.
World-class Catalan cuisine, iconic architecture by Gaudí, and modern art at the Museu Picasso await you on-shore in Barcelona. The city has earned its reputation as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The Sagrada Família church dominates the landscape and, even in its unfinished state, is breathtaking to behold.
Just as Barcelona belongs to Gaudí, Málaga is Picasso’s. The streets are steeped in history but bustling with a youthful energy. Michelin star restaurants, internationally acclaimed wines, and days drenched in golden sunshine. Once you’ve had your fill of culture and cuisine on the shore you can take your adventure back into the tranquil waters.
The largest island of the Balearics; its coastline is 554 kms of unspoiled paradise on Earth. The city of Palma, on the Southern side of the island, is a hub of family-friendly activities and Gothic architecture like “La Seu” Cathedral of Palma. But if you’re after quiet coves, secret beaches and hidden hikes, then the Northern shore is for you.
The party capital of the world, Ibiza needs little introduction. But Ibiza is home to so much more than clubs. Ibiza has all the charm of the other Balearic islands, with sapphire blue waters, family-friendly beaches, and some of the most luxurious spa treatments you’ll ever find. Whatever you choose to do on the island, be sure to order some Ensaïmadas! You’ll thank us later after your Balearic yacht charter is over.
Back on the mainland, Alicante is one of the best Spanish cities to yacht around. Her legendary nightlife, beautiful beaches, are all overlooked by Santa Barbara Castle on Mount Benacantil. Alicante is a choice destination for tourists and for good reason, but if you find yourself overwhelmed you can easily retreat back to the sanctuary of the ORSO3.