Prepare for takeoff and join us on Victor’s Luxury World Tour . Each week, we’ll be touching down at a new destination and giving you exclusive insider knowledge on where to go and what to see. Follow us on our global journey on Instagram @Victorprivatejets and get there first with the freshest tips.
First stop #VictorExplores: Mallorca
1.It’s time to escape for front row seats – Burgess’ first-class charter service offers a portfolio of the finest yachts with the best spaces to relax.
2. Get lost in Mallorca old town with its tiny lanes, quirky cafés, and shops, and characterful buildings.
3. Cala Fornells, located in the south-west of Mallorca, is a truly idyllic spot. Something for everyone, with both sand, rocks and a manmade platform of sun beds. You will find that the water here, as with many of the other Mallorca beaches is crystal clear and extremely inviting!
4. Mallorca has an ample list of ports, offering small local marinas to first class marinas where super yachts berth. Some of these better-known ports are Club de Mar and Real Club Nautico in Palma, together being the largest luxury yacht port in the Mediterranean Sea. Both of them are patronised by the King of Spain, when he is in residence at Marivent Palace, hosting the yearly sailing regatta known as the Copa del Rey!
5. Fornalutx is definitely the steepest place you can visit in Mallorca. Instead of streets, there are mostly stairways framed by plants and flowers which wind up the mountain. It is wild and untamed, the streets a little narrower and more intertwined and you’ll find old walls which look as if they have been built at least a few centuries ago.
6. A window to paradise: Port Nou, Mallorca.
7. Alcanada Golf Club, in the north of Mallorca, is a pristine 18-hole course with glorious views of the Bay of Alcudia. The clubhouse, in the form of a 400-year-old mansion, also houses the spacious and very popular Alcanada restaurant.
8. Saturday Plan in Palma: wandering through the center you will stumble upon Santa Eulalia and its typical Mallorquin interior patios.
9. Sa Calobra – is completely different to any other beach on Mallorca island. At this spot, the Tramuntana Mountains collide with the Mediterranean Sea and the result is the breath-taking cliffs and beach. Accessible via one of the most spectacular roads you are ever likely to drive or an equally spectacular five-hour hike through the Torrente de Pareis. Our tip: Sa Calobra has one beach but there is another hidden beach in front of the small village within La Calobra Bay!
10. The beautiful Playa de Muro in the north of Mallorca.
11. Shopping in Palma: Relojeria Alemana – one of the pioneers of the watch industry and international reference for unique pieces of fine jewelry. Located in an emblematic building in the west of Port Adriano, the interior design is completely organized around a concept that includes the creation of five golden boxes.
12. Perfect views to end the weekend at Cap Rocat Hotel.
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