Rent a yacht with Dolphinboats and get to know Mallorca

The enchanting Balearic Islands would be nothing without their center – and that is clearly Mallorca. Renting a yacht and getting to know Mallorca at your own pace is the best way to visit the Balearic Island metropolis. Dive with Dolphinboats into a Mediterranean holiday paradise that leaves nothing to be desired – whether in terms of relaxation, cuisine, culture, or sports.

Your luxury yacht experience with Dolphinboats: Relax and enjoy

But what does the luxury yacht experience from and with Dolphinboats look like? First, you choose a luxury yacht from our fleet. Depending on your preferences, this can be a small sailing yacht or a large motorized yacht with eight berths and its own swimming pool.

Our team then ensures that you can completely relax. Your personal captain keeps the luxury yacht on course and steers to the destinations you have in mind for your island visit. In the kitchen, your private chef spoils you with delicacies, ensuring that you remember your holiday also for its culinary delights.

The largest underground lake in Europe: A highlight of the Balearic Islands

If you want to rent a yacht and enjoy Mallorca, there are some hidden hotspots we don’t want to withhold from you. For example, the stalactite caves called “Cuevas del Drach” on the east coast. Hidden 25 meters deep underground, the caves stretch over a length of 1.2 kilometers, featuring impressive stalactites and stalagmites. In fact, here lies the largest underground lake in Europe. Another advantage: even in the summer months, the temperature down here remains a cool 20 degrees Celsius. If you want to cool down and experience a visual treat, the stalactite caves should definitely be on your travel list.

Rent a yacht and view Mallorca from the highest vantage point

Breathtaking. This word is enough to describe the view you can enjoy from the “Mirador es Colomer” viewpoint. Located on the Cap de Formentor peninsula, it is accessible via the harbor town of Port de Pollenca. It takes some effort to climb all the steps to reach the 232-meter-high peak, but the view of the sea and the surrounding area more than makes up for it. The sun reflects off the sea, showcasing its most beautiful shades of blue, while in the distance, the sister island Menorca glistens. This is pure island feeling.

A festival for the senses: The “Mercat d’Olivar”

Where are all our senses engaged? Of course, at a market. In the northern city center, the daily and vast “Mercat d’Olivar” brings together the best. Once you rent a yacht and visit Mallorca, a visit to this market should not be missed. The scent of freshly caught seafood, the sight of succulent ham and crisp vegetables mixed with the enthusiasm and charm of the market vendors – this is a unique shopping experience.

A slice of the Caribbean on Mallorca: More than five kilometers of fine sandy beach

Mallorca is famously located in the Mediterranean, but at “Playa Es Trenc,” you might think you were in the Caribbean. It is just one of more than 180 beaches on the island, but thanks to its stunning white sand, it’s a place where you will want to linger. Its advantages include its gentle slope and location in a nature reserve, ensuring peace and relaxation. Another plus: the beach is over five kilometers long. Even on days when many people visit Es Trenc, they spread out on the expansive sandy beach, ensuring that everyone has plenty of space.