Sailing holidays from Barcelona to Minorca
Departing every Saturday in July, August and September
- Departure: Every Saturday of July, August and September
- From June 30th to 20th: 685€/Person
- From July 21nd to Aug. 24th: 790€/Person
- From Aug. 27th to Sept. 30th: 685€/Person
- Contact person: Andrés
- Phone number: +34 605815461
Book this trip
Spend your holidays sailing from Barcelona to Minorca on board a beautiful 15 m luxurious sailboat with 5 double cabins and three bathrooms. Visiting the island from the sea, immersed in nature.
No sailing experience is necessary to enjoy this marvellous proposal. Our professional skipper will take care of everything. Just enjoy moving with the wind, the sound of the waves and the wild landscape of the island.
We’ll anchor in the virgin bays of the island: Macarella, Turketa, Trebaluja, etc., and visit Ciutadella, Mahon and Fornells, where we must stop and eat the famous “Caldereta” (Typical stew).
Don’t miss it!
Information and Reservations:
Andrés (Phone +34 605815461)
We meet up in Port D’Aiguadolç in Sitges at 11h. Introductions and explanation given by the Capitan/Skipper of all the details and organisation of joint purchase of food and drink, distribution of cabins and we set sail southward bound. The Big Blue Sea is awaiting us! Enjoy the sunset while sailing and the immense star studded sky at night. During the trip it is common to be visited by dolphins.
Arrival at Menorca in the morning, first swim and breakfast in Sa Falconera with waters so intensely blue that photos seem unreal, but it’s all real! Prepare yourself to discover the magical corners of the island, many of which are only accessible by sea.
Continue passing through Aiguaiarenys, Cala Morell, el Pilar, Cala Pregonda and Cabo de Caballería, which offers spectacular views and in the evening we anchor in the spectacular Bay of Fornells and we land to eat the famous Caldereta (Meat stew) in one of the numerous restaurants.
Continue bound for Mahón, the second largest natural harbour in the world (After Pearl Harbour) to visit the city, have dinner and some drinks in the nightlife district.
Route in southern Menorca: Departure from Mahón bound for Ciutadella, passing by Binibeca, Cales Coves, Cala d´en Porter, Son Bou, anchoring in Cala Galdana to spend the night.
A visit to Macarella, Macarelleta, Turketa and Son Saura in the morning and then we will arrive in Ciutadella in the afternoon and have a walk through the town, dinner and in the evening we set sail for Barcelona.
Back to Barcelona.During the trip you will once again enjoy the immense sea, the sunrise, swimming in high sea and more dolphins. Arrival in Sitges (Barcelona) in the early afternoon to end a fantastic week you will never forget.
This route is given as a guide and may vary according to weather conditions and the decision of the skipper, who will be responsible for the safety of everyone on board.
- From July 1st to 21st:685€/Person
- From July 22nd to Aug. 25th: 790€/Person
- From Aug. 26th to Sept. 29th:685€/Person
Price includes the boat, professional skipper, bed linen, final cleaning and insurance.
Price does not include food and drink, the skipper’s food, diesel fuel and possible stays at port (it is only planned to visit ports to refuelling and restocking). These expenses are shared between the crew members (Average expense is about 150€ per person).
You can confirm your booking whit 250€ deposit by bank transfer and the rest of payment can be two weeks before embarking.
For more information and reservations, please, send us an email at email@example.com
Bavaria 50 Cruiser
- Lenght: 15 m.
- Beam: 4.49 m.
- Draft: 1.85 m.
- Engine: Volvo 75 CV
- Double cabins: 5
- Bathrooms: 3 m.
- Electric refrigerator: 2
- Kitchen: 1
- Oven: 1
- Convertible saloon: 1
- Day cruises: 11 + 1
- Day cruises: 10 + 2
- GPS – plotter
- Sensor – Sliding
- Radio beacon
- Electric winch
- 220 V input
- Battery charger
- Hot water
- Mainsail furling system
- Genoa furling system
- Hot and cold stern shower
- Complete kitchen
- Bed linen
- Towel set
What to pack
It is advised not to pack too many luggage, and if possible, a non-rigid suitcase. The most ideal would be a medium sized sports bag.
- Shoes with white soles to walk on deck, and flipflops
- Light waterproof jacket
- Bathing suits, towel and multiple shirts
- Sunscreen, sun caps and sunglasses
- Casual clothing, one or two changes
The life on board
It is very important to maintain order on board, inside (personal items in common areas), on deck (cremes, towels, cameras, etc) and while sailing, to avoid accidents or items going overboard.
- Try to save drinking water, the tanks are limited and it is preferable to moderate consumption (in the showers) than to have to go refill
- To use the toilet, specific instructions have to be followed, and paper or any other thing must not be flushed, to avoid clogs.
- As for the electric consumption; don’t leave any lights on, and charge phones during the day.
- Try to avoid going on board with shoes from the street, therefore highly recommended to use a light shoe with white soles to avoid bashing your feet onto anything.
- Eliminate sand from your feet and towels before going in after coming back from the beach.
- Never enter while being wet, to avoid slips and accidents.
- Use cremes (such as sunscreen) on top of a towel to avoid the deck from becoming slippery.