Day 1: Port Adriano to Puerto de Andratx
Indulge in traditional cuisine fresh from the ocean or simply sit back and watch the daily hustle and bustle of busy maritime life, in Puerto de Andratx, considered to be the most beautiful port in the Mediterranean.
Day 2: Puerto de Andratx to Port de Soller
After an evening spent in Puerto de Andratx, you can cruise on towards Port de Soller, a charming coastal village on the west coast of Mallorca that’s rich in architectural heritage. Why not take a ride on the vintage tram for a picturesque journey through lemon and olive groves.
Day 3: Port de Soller to Port de Pollensa
Surrounded by picturesque mountains lies this familyfriendly resort, with long stretches of sandy beaches lined with palm trees and a splendid array of cafes, restaurants and historic attractions.
Day 5: Port de Pollensa to Marina Cala d’Or
Known as the ‘Golden Bay’, Cala D’Or is a popular beach resort along the south east coast of Mallorca and is arguably one of the larger and more luxurious marinas on the island.
Day 7: Cala d’Or to Cabrera Island
Take a break from the tourists and escape to the island of Cabrera, where the landscape has remained undisturbed for centuries.
Day 8: Cabrera Island to Marina Ibiza
Choose to either spend more time on the remote island of Cabrera, or journey onward towards Marina Ibiza to spend two nights in this cosmopolitan port. The marina itself is quite a spectacle, attracting large superyachts as well as small local sailing boats.
Day 9: Marina Ibiza to Las Salinas
With soft sands, crystal clear waters and buzzing beach bars, Las Salinas is truly an idyllic setting. Why not stop off at Formentera – a true Mediterranean paradise.
Day 11: Marina Formentera to Es Vedra
If you can pry yourself away from the white sand beaches of Formentera, we heartily recommend visiting the mysterious rocky island of Es Vedra. This uninhabited island is made mostly from limestone and is shrouded in myths and legends.
Day 12: Es Vedra to Sant Antoni de Portmany
Lying on the west coast of Ibiza, and being situated in the popular San Antonio Bay, Sant Antoni de Portmany is well known for its lively nightlife.
Day 13: Sant Antoni to Port de Mallorca, Palma
One of the more popular cruising destinations, Palma is rich in culture, entertainment and gastronomy. Whether you wish to relax by the marina or explore its historic streets on foot, there is something for everyone in this charming capital city.
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