Great ways of seeing and exploring the balearic islands

When we hear' Balearic' we instantly believe of that typical environment where we would all like to be: coves lapped by the Mediterranean turquoise seas surrounded by woods where you just want time to stand still. To tell the truth, Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera (the archipelago's largest islands) are tailored to enjoy the weather, ocean and sailing. It is not just beaches that are the islands. In reality, UNESCO has included Ibiza's island and its heritage (e.g. Dalt Vila, Ibiza's ancient town, is an exceptional instance of Renaissance military architecture) and Serra de Tramuntana's cultural landscape (situated in Mallorca and home to intriguing landmarks and cities like Sóller, Valldemossa and Pollença) on its list of World Heritage Sites.

Enjoying the environmental Island

If we add in the great climate, quiet waters, incredible nightlife, especially in Ibiza (party people will love the shows of the best DJs in the world), the opportunity to enjoy unforgettable sunsets from the deck of a boat and the opportunity to enjoy typical products such as ensaimada pastries, Mahón cheese, herbal liqueur, sobrassada sausage, fish tumbet ratatouille or lobst.

Discovering the island

If you dream of discovering the islands by sailing boat, you can hire one with or without a captain and crew or, if you prefer, book a location or cabin on one (always look at the choices available at all marinas as there tends to be a broad range of regatta, classic, schooner ships, etc.). Please also take into account the characteristics of the ship (length, draught, amount of beds, cabins and toilets...), the equipment (GPS, VHF radio, guide and charts, etc.) and the extras available (provisions, final cleaning, bed linen...). In wide strokes, sailing boats traveling along the shoreline tend to have 3 to 5 cabins, a few toilets, a kitchen and a sunbathing deck, of course. boat rental ibiza is the best option for you to enjoy these facilities. In order to properly discover the Balearic Islands by boat, it's a good idea to spend at least one week around each of the two largest islands (Majorca and Minorca).

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