Sailing itineraries

Circumnavigating Mallorca on a sailing yacht is the dream of many sailing crews. And rightly so, because a one-way circumnavigation of the island promises very special, unforgettable impressions that are denied to the "landlubber". But sailing novices, families and weekend sailors also get their money's worth in Balearic waters, because Mallorca is incredibly versatile and offers something for everyone, from sporty sailing to a relaxed afternoon aboard with swimming stops in picturesque calas to mooring in trendy party hot spots. Nature lovers can sail along the Tramuntana World Heritage Site, visit one of the many nature reserves such as Cabrera or La Dragonera, or visit one of the impressive stalactite caves on the east coast. That's not enough for you? Then we recommend an island hopping trip from Mallorca via Formentera and Ibiza to Menorca and finally to Cabrera.

The choice of beautiful anchorages and picturesque harbour towns is almost inexhaustible on Mallorca. The following cruising tips reflect the great versatility of our sailing area and summarise the experiences from many sailing trips that the IRIS Yachtcharter Team has undertaken itself in recent years. The calas and marinas we recommend to you are our personal favourite places, which we like to visit again and again. Of course, we will be happy to give you further tips during the boat briefing. Just talk to us.

Our tips for a trip around Mallorca

Our yachts are all equipped with the"Portbook Mallorca", in which you will find all the important information for your trip, especially about anchoring in bays and booking berths in advance. We have compiled the most important destinations for you in advance under the headingSailing areaIn the high season it is advisable to book popular destinations, especially Cabrera, in advance. Of course, we are happy to help you with this.