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From sleepy fishing villages to bustling ports, stunning beaches and rugged landscapes, sailing in Spain offers myriad seafaring and on-shore activities - easily accessed from your charter vessel.
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Pay a visit to Palma’s architectural masterpiece, the Gothic cathedral of Santa Maria known as Le Seu. Built on the site of a mosque-turned-Roman-temple, it rises above the city walls.
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For beach lovers, Formentera’s stunning Playa de Ses Illetes has it all – fine, white sand and azure, warm waters.  It's a popular day-trip destination for Europe’s beautiful people.

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From sleepy fishing villages to bustling ports, stunning beaches and rugged landscapes, sailing in Spain offers myriad seafaring and on-shore activities - easily accessed from your charter yacht or catamaran. Ideal for year-round sailing, Spain's sparkling waters are the perfect nautical playground.  Enjoy the freedom of sailing to the open sea, go windsurfing, scuba diving or snorkelling. Step ashore and meander through villages to experience daily life.  Feast on fresh seafood cooked the traditional way or dine at some of Spain's most sophisticated restaurants and enjoy the local nightlife.

The base at Marina Naviera Balear in Palma Harbour is on the island of Majorca, just off Spain's east coast. Majorca is the sailing gateway to the Balearic Islands of Ibiza, Menorca, Formentera and Cabrera.  An island of rich contrasts, Majorca itself is renowned for its picturesque beaches, hidden coves, high, rocky peaks, ancient remains and architecture. The Balearic region enjoys idyllic year-round sailing conditions and a sunny, dry climate. Cruise to the islands at your own pace, hop from one bay to the next and embrace the beauty.