Example of a 6-day sailing itinerary

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Day 1: Alcudia → Cala Figuera (Caló des Moro)

This stop will be synonymous with relaxation and sunbathing in some of the most beautiful coves of Majorca. Head southeast for breakfast on the beach of Es Caragol, a hidden paradise accessible only by boat. Direction Cala Figuera. Upon arrival, you will have several anchoring options: Cala Marmols, Cala s'Almunia, Caló des Moro, and Cala Llobards. All of them are small coves where the transparent water is lined with pine trees. Cala Figuera is a picturesque cove with fishermen's houses where time seems to stand still. It's the perfect place to relax and let go.

Day 2: → Cabrera

Continue sailing through Majorca towards the Cabrera archipelago. Depending on the winds, the navigation may be a bit challenging. But with a skipper, you can enjoy the crossing with peace of mind. The impressive Cabrera National Park, with its 19 islands, is arguably the most beautiful national park in Spain. In the afternoon, explore the numerous hiking trails of the Castle, the lighthouse, or the one that leads to the Cova Blanca cave, to appreciate the Mediterranean virgin forests. Discover the Blue Grotto and sail in the footsteps of the Carthaginians, Romans, and Berber pirates who passed through these waters. If you wish to anchor overnight on a buoy, remember to request permission from the park office.

Day 3: Cabrera → Cala del Mago

Start your third day of sailing in Majorca with approximately 5 hours of navigation. Take this time to sunbathe, relax, and be carried away by the sea breeze and the sound of the waves. Keep an eye on the sea, as you may be accompanied by dolphins.

Upon arriving at Cala del Mago, nature in its purest form welcomes you. This charming pool of crystal-clear waters surrounded by pine trees awaits you for a swim. It is also near here that the movie "The Magician" was filmed in 1967.

Day 4: → Palma

On the way to Palma, you can stop at Cala Cap Falco, a beautiful small cove. We recommend exploring the charm of the narrow streets of Palma and its walls filled with history. Walk through Passeig del Born, a typical street adorned with all kinds of plants and flowers. Some stones in the city reveal the presence of ancient civilizations, such as the Romans or the Muslims. Don't miss the gem of the old town: the Palma Cathedral, facing the sea.

Palma is a city with a vibrant nightlife. If you're looking for a restaurant, head to the Santa Catalina neighborhood to discover cuisine from around the world.

Day 5: → Cala d'Or

Day 6: → Alcudia

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