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La Lonja Marina Charter (Palma de Mallorca, Majorca)

Things to do in Majorca

Majorca is a major international tourist destination, especially for those in love with the sea. To the northwest, The Serra de Tramuntana creates stunning cliffs and delightful rocky coves that are only accessible from the sea, so it is an interesting counterpoint to the sandy beaches of the rest of the coast, which can be enjoyed thanks to splendid Mediterranean climate. Temperatures rarely fall below 5 º C and in summer can reach 30 °.

Also, Tramuntana reduces the winds from the north. The Bay of Palma, the capital of the Balearic archipelago, hosts some of the most important yacht clubs of the island, while the bay of Portals Vells enjoys international renown. The entire coastline is a treasure, thanks to the heterogeneous landscape, which also delievers one of the most diverse and internationally prestigious offers, regarding nautical tourism. Constantly improving its structure and facilities, Majorca has more than 42 marinas with all services and respect for the environment. The island has several marine reserves such as Mitjorn, the Illa del Toro and Cala Ratjada. Sports activities are popular throughout the year thanks to the races that take place in summer, such as the prestigious Reina Sofía Trophy, the King`s Cup Regatta, the Admiral Count of Barcelona Trophy, ??or the Breitling Regatta (which decorates the Majorcan sea with vintage craft) and in the winter months, thanks to the mild temperatures, the island becomes a training ground for many racing teams.

The calm waters make it ideal, not only for sailing, but also for a tourist who wish to spend an active holidays at the sea; skiing, diving, sailing or fishing. In the environment where the island of Majorca is located, navigation is simple and safe throughout the year; however, captains should pay attention to seasonal changes that can occur because sometimes westerly winds change their course to the north. However, the water temperature is warm (11 to 28 º C) and allows you to move around deserted islets, visiting caves and inaccessible coves, surrounded by breathtaking ravines. You can visit the Dragonera, encircle the island, stopping at one of the hundred anchorage points.

To the north, the most pristine coves of the island are situated, such as Sa Calobra; to the east we find long sandy beaches such as Alcudia and Pollensa, as well as Palma and Arenal.

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