Sailing trip to Mallorca at Puente del Pilar
We will meet on Thursday afternoon in Port Olímpic - Barcelona. First presentation of the skipper and crew to subsequently make the purchase of supplies in a nearby supermarket.
With all the sailboat to be of sea, perfectly stowed and started, and after the mandatory "breafing" of security, we will head course to Soller, in the Tramuntana Coast of Mallorca.
One hundred miles separate us from one of the most beautiful and secluded villages in the Balearic Islands. We will sail throughout the night making the appropriate guards to arrive in the morning to land. Its imposing steep coast and its two lighthouses flanking the entrance to the bay warn the sailor that he is arriving at the only safe refuge with winds of the first, and fourth quadrant of the whole north coast of Mallorca.
On Friday we will anchor in some of the most beautiful coves of this abrupt and wild coast, such as Sa Calobra, Tuent, or Es Codolar.
In the afternoon, before nightfall we will go to Puerto de Soller to spend the night there and enjoy one of the most spectacular sunsets, climbing to the viewpoint of Ses Barques.
On Saturday, after a varied and rich breakfast in the bath of the sailboat contemplating the beautiful bay of Soller, we will start our journey through some of the coves located to the west of the bay, such as Sa Foradada, Deià or Valldemosa.
Lunch will be taken at anchor in one of these beautiful places and then, before sunset, set sail back to the peninsula, arriving in Barcelona on Sunday afternoon.
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