“Mallorca & Menorca”

1. Cabo Pera: 20 NM

You leave the port of Portocolom in the morning and sail north to Cabo Pera. On the way there you will pass Cala Barcas, one of the most beautiful calas of the coast, after about 6 nm. Just the right place to stop for a swim and a bite to eat. Cala Barcas has no buildings and is known for an impressive beach, cliff jumpers and underwater caves. Of course you can also stay overnight here, but the destination, Cabo Pera, has not yet been reached. Once there, there are two options for the night. Either stay in the harbour of Cala Ratjada with its many restaurants and its famous nightlife or in Cala Molto, which is situated around Cabo Pera.

2. Ciutadella: 23 NM

Today we’re heading east. Ciutadella was the old capital of Menorca until it was moved to Mahon by the British in the 17th century. A very beautiful old town harbour with many restaurants offers the famous seafood stew “Caldareta” as well as an idyllic flair for fish lovers.

3. Cabo d’Artrutx: 25 NM

After a good breakfast you leave the harbour in southern direction to Cabo d’Artrutx. There we continue east along the south coast of Menorca. Here there are many dreamlike calas, which invite to swim and stay. Especially beautiful are Cala Macarella, Cala Turqueta, Cala Trabaluja and Cala Covas.

4. Mahon: 20 NM

After a fantastic starry night, today, you sail on to Mahon, the capital of Menorca. Mahon, with its more than 3 miles long natural harbour, used to be a base of the British Mediterranean fleet for many centuries. Today it is still frequented by many navy and cruise ships. The old town has preserved its British flair a little: It is a production site for gin. In the harbour there are many marinas and pontoon islands to moor.

5. Porto Pedro: 60 NM

Today a longer tour is announced. Ideally, you get up early and start quickly in the direction of Mallorca. In the harbour of Porto Pedro there are inexpensive buoys which are ideal for swimming and a pleasant night’s rest after a long sailing day.

6. Portocolom: 5 NM

Spend the day in one of the beautiful calas on the way back to Portocolom. Especially beautiful are Cala Mitjana or Cala Sa Nau close-by. From Porto Pedro to Portocolom it is only about 5 miles.

7. Goodbye

After the last night on the ship the trip is over after a breakfast. You leave the ship around 9 o’clock and start, hopefully well recovered, into your everyday life.


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