Unlike many other resorts on the eastern coast of yacht charter Mallorca which were at first fishing villages, Calas de Mallorca was purposely built for modern tourism approximately 70km from Palma. Despite this fact, the resort can be considered a quiet one, which is better suited as a base for explorations of the eastern coast of the island.
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Bearing the title (and honor) of being yacht charter Spain largest island, Mallorca is also part of the famous group of islands called the Balearics, not to mention one of the most famous tourist destinations in the Mediterranean, with serious sailing potential due to the large numbers of resorts, beaches and marinas
Yacht charters in Mallorca – both tourists and operators – should rejoice. The Son Sant Joan airport in Palma, the main harbor for international arrivals to the Balearic islands has just announced that this year it will be operating more international flights to and from more destinations, in an effort to satisfy the increasing demand for tourists coming in from all corners of Europe.
The Palma de Mallorca International Boat Show for the year 2013 is now just around the corner, being set to open its gates to the eager yachting crowds on the 1st of May. This year marks the 30th edition of the boat show and over 50,000 visitors are expected to attend in the center of the Balearic islands
It’s a commonly-known fact that the sleepy island of Mallorca likes to party as much as its infamous sister Ibiza so the city councils on the Balearic island have already announced their program of festivals for the coming year. Take a look below and make sure you plan your holiday accordingly.
True to its reputation as a destination for all seasons, yacht charter Mallorca has a winter calendar packed full of festivities to keep the tourists interested in the island’s scenery and traditions. None is more important than the celebration of the island’s patron saint, Sant Sebastia.