Mallorca’s recent revitalisation as a destination has put it back on the map as a must-see island in the Mediterranean. The dramatic coastline varies from mountains and cliffs in the west to expansive sandy beaches in the east. And the island is home to one of the world’s most beautiful capitals - Palma de Mallorca.
The afternoon swim stop, accompanied by shrimp ceviche, fruity sangria & snorkelling in brighter water than any photo can capture.
This is an example route. A detailed itinerary of your week will be released 2 weeks before the event.
The palm tree-lined Mallorquin capital is a flâneur's treat. Get lost in the myriad of narrow streets of the Moorish old town bedecked with boutique hotels, arts shops and tapas bars, whilst sampling many of the fine gelaterias. Seek penance for your fill of ice cream in the 13th century Santa María cathedral which overlooks the Bay of Palma
St Elm is a lovely spot, located in the far south west corner of Mallorca. With the foothills of the Tramuntana mountains behind it, and wonderful crystal clear waters to the front, it has a certain Caribbean-esque feel, with a scattering of palm trees and lush countryside.
The natural beach backs onto a pine forest and is popular with windsurfers and sunloungers alike. Stroll down the beach and take in a number of the small bars along the way and notice some of the old machine gun bunkers that hark back to the Spanish Civil War.
Christopher Columbus is said - without much evidence - to have been born here. Popular with Mallorquin and Spanish visitors and set inside a deep natural harbour, Portocolom still has the feel of a small fishing port, with boats around the quay and pastel-coloured houses lining the Waterfront, each with its own landing-stage.
This uninhabited island off Mallorca's western tip was the focus for a turning point in Mallorcan history in 1977, when it was occupied by environmentalists protesting against a planned tourist development. The campaigners won and the island became a nature reserve instead.
At this national park there are a number of hikes you arrange with the park ranger - try the walk to the lighthouse (11km), or visit the caves at La Miranda. One of the most popular walks is up to the castle which overlooks the harbour. It was built at the end of the 14th century in response to the number of pirate attacks that Majorca was suffering.
Imagine 7 of these in a row! Each day bringing something entirely new
Wake up with the sun and sound of waves–no Monday morning alarm clocks!
Your morning shower is a salty swim in the Mediterranean
Swap stories from last night’s PuroBeach experience as you feast on breakfast prepared by your hostess
Chill on the sundeck whilst your skipper sails you to a hidden bay for a lunch time swim
Continue sailing until the whole fleet drops anchor and together you create a pop-up floating DJ set
Dock at a new island for the night, hop off and freely explore the coastal town
Dress up for dinner and a cocktail or two with your crew in a seaside restaurant
Dance under the stars in an insane venue to the summery sounds of TYW’s favourite DJ
Ancient rural industries are experiencing a renaissance—including a Slow Food scene, replanted vineyards, and historic buildings transformed into small hotels high on style and service.
and live on a yacht with friends. All are welcome—even if you've never sailed before.
different islands and hidden splendours for seven days on a set route.
somewhere different everyday to live DJs playing in the sun throughout your week.
to a growing community of international Yacht Weekers all following the same route.