A beautiful trip is going west, up the Tramuntana Mountains and stay the night in the beautiful horeshoe shaped harbour of PORTO SOLLER. Remaining its enchanting traditional fishing harbour roots, you can find seafood restaurants in abundance. You can jump on the tram and visit the Pueblo de Soller.
Soller is a good cruise up the west coast of about 70 nm. Why not start your day early around 9.30am, we will get breakfast catering delivered to the boat of fresh pastries, juice and coffee. Slowly cruise out of port up the coast, stop for a swim and relax in any bay between Port Adriano and Andratx.
From here you can lift anchor and go to Sant Elmo Dragonera for a nice lunch, after lunch when everyone is full and content, slowly drift up the coast to Soller, if you have time and the energy there are some fabulous bays on the way to stop and visit, Banyalbufar and Valdemossa and Deia we guarantee that you will gain some memories of a lifetime.
The Port of Soller is a romantic small town hugging the bay, the entrance is guarded by steep cliffs giving you the feeling of arrival once you enter. There is a small port to moor for the night and bars and restaurants to choose from, all walking distance from your boat.
If you have time catch the old Orange tram to the town which is just a few km away and visit the bustling, old rustic village for sure you will buy something to remember this day.
Cabrera is a small island just off the south east Coast and we need to apply for permission for you to go. This is a protected island with lots of history, you are not allowed to drop anchor and must be allocated a mooring buoy. This is a wonderful place and not over crowded as there are only a few places.
There are no hotels or places to stay so it is very peaceful and untouched for years, there is 1 or 2 houses for the people who protect the island and a lookout tower that still exists form the war that you can visit. You can take your tender to shore to walk around and there is small chiringuito for a coffee or cerveza.
There are also the blue caves that you can visit but only by tender or kayak.