Ibiza & Formentera
The island that never sleeps offers visitors a perfect fusion of wild nature, local culture and the world’s best clubbing. Although Ibiza has a reputation of a clubbing mecca, it’s also a great place to enjoy white-sand beaches and discover inner villages of the island. Local restaurants offer excellent cuisine and unforgettable ambiance: one of those authentic places is La Paloma restaurant, nestled in San Lorenzo village. In the Port of Ibiza you may find a selection of more sophisticated restaurants, such as Lioor Blue Marlin.
If you would like to get away from the buzz of Ibiza, its sister island Formentera is the right place to drop the anchor. This natural oasis is famous for its immaculate tranquil beaches and clear bluewaters.
Mallorca & Menorca
Spanish Balearic Islands are an archipelago consisting of four major islands: Mallorca, Minorca, Ibiza and Formentera. Today, it has become one of the most popular summer charter destinations in the Mediterranean as there is everything you need for a perfect holiday.
Mallorca is the largest island of the group.Its capital, Palma de Mallorca is a perfect place to begin a charter for those who want to explore the islands of the Balearics. Palma offers visitors plenty of historical and cultural sites, stunning architecture and a great selection of bars, restaurants and shops.
Menorca is Mallorca’s smaller neighbour located in the East of Balearics. Well-preserved nature of the island attracts visitors seeking for an escape from the busy city life. Its marvelous beaches, such as Son Saura or Cala Macarella are easily accessible by yachts andare great for family recreation. Northern part of the island is favoured bys urfers because of the strong winds in the area.