PALMA DE MALLORCA
Home to: Sa Foradada, Costa Nord
This is the epicentre for yachting in the Mediterranean; a huge deep harbour allows for the largest superyachts to reside in Palma. The city is colourful, stylish, sophisticated, and energetic. There's lots to keep you occupied from delicatessens, restaurants and museums. If you're planning on participating in the Vela Classica Palma or the Superyacht Cup Palma see our guide for more. If you're planning to visit Mallorca we have some out-of-town ideas that you must consider.
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Bonnie Lass Charters
Fancy a sunset sail away from the busy port of Palma? Bonnie Lass Charters operate from Port de Sóller situated on the north west coast of Mallorca with two charter boats. BONNIE LASS is a 56 foot ringnetter, built on the east coast of Scotland in 1949, now restored and offers traditional family fun onboard – even rope swinging. In addition and pictured above, MORWENNA, a 45 foot Bristol pilot cutter is offered for charter, based on the lines of the great explorer Bill Tilman's boat "Mischief" MORWENNA is perfect for those seeking wind-powered adventures. Book here.
Now is just obscure because we wouldn't have thought about going to a Peruvian restaurant when there are in fact plenty of Mallorcian places to go in Palma. Like us though, maybe you crave something different to the samey seafood at every regatta event or port. This is absolutely amazing food, a great alternative to bustling Palma streets and restaurants that centre around traditional fish dishes. See here.
Sa Foradada, Costa Nord
Yes that white speck of a restaurant is quite lost in the grand beauty of Mallorca's Costa Nord hills and its deep blue sea. These guys serve a great paella and local Spainish wines.
It's not essential to arrive by boat but just, well, chic. Contact them here.