Just adding the 1 day more will allow you to discover even further of Mallorca or Ibiza without adding too many hours cruising to your days, still allowing you to take in as many of the views and bays along the way.
Cruising along the stunning west coast along the Tramuntana Mountains, along the way you will stop at Cala Banyalbufar and Deia, Sa Foradada with its famous restaurant, well known for its traditional paella over wood-fired grill. The first night you can stay in the beautiful horseshoe shaped harbour of Puerto de Soller. Here you can enjoy a lovely dinner on board or at the restaurante Agapanto Flor de Amor o Es Passeig. Both located on the waterfront.
Next day cruise to Sa Calobra consists of two beaches: Cala Sa Calobra, a tiny 30-metre long beach with small pebbles and sand. Here you’ll find parking and a few small restaurants serving good and simple beach food. The other beach, and generally the main attraction, is Torrent de Pareis, a larger beach about 100 metres long, which is accessed on land by a footpath stretching nearly one kilometre and via a narrow tunnel, making it one of the more unique and remote beaches on the island. on your way.
There are many more lovely and stunning bays to visit, like Cala Sant Vicens, Cala Figuera and Cala Murta. A great place to anchor is Playa de Formentor or for more comfort Puerto de Pollensa. The next day you will start your way back along the Tramuntana mountain and stop at all the places you might have missed on your way up. There are many places to anchor and go for a swim or snorkel.