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No matter where in the world you prefer to sail and you keep going back to, you would no doubt be sad if it was suddenly overflowing with plastic waste or if the corals were dead due to bleaching.
Here are 4 simple things you can do to help preserve your favourite destination and to keep it in its best condition.
There are many large and beautiful marinas with all modern facilities along the entire coast. On the northwest coast, however, there is only 1 protected harbor - the large natural harbor Puerto de Sollér. Port fees are somewhat higher than in Denmark. In the high season, it is recommended to call the marinas over the VHF radio to be assigned a place.
Sailing outside the Balearic Islands, which includes the islands of Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera, is only possible after further agreement with the base staff regarding the procedure for clearance and clearance, purchase of Transit log and insurance - and this takes time.
Cabrera Islands National Park
An application for sailing to this protected nature park area must be submitted no later than 1 month before arrival. The application applies to a specific date and a copy of the sailing license and a copy of the passport for everyone on board is attached. Only a limited number of permits are granted per day, so not everyone will be able to count on the application being honored, and you will only be notified when you arrive.
Many also lie too far in the deep fjords "Cala", especially on the south-east coast. Some places also pay for this.
There are shopping opportunities in the town of C'an Pastilla. It is closed during siesta and on Sundays.
Weather forecasts are available at all marina offices. The wind is often light in the morning, increasing around lunch, then decreasing again during the evening. There are often onshore winds all around the island.
In Mallorca there are experiences for the whole family.
Visit Palma's old town with its cathedral, winding alleys, beautiful historic buildings and museums. In the evening, after dark, the district comes alive with outdoor restaurants, live music and life in the streets. The exuberant energy that arises here is an experience in itself.
If you want to do something with land under your feet, then Mallorca is full of exceptional walking routes in the raw and untouched nature. Lace up your walking shoes and enjoy the beautiful landscape, the sound of the crunching gravel under the soles of your shoes and the warm, southern scents - it's a completely different experience than hiking at home in Scandinavia.
Should the shopping urge be satisfied, you will find a multitude of cozy harbor towns around the island. Go exploring in small, cozy shops and see the fine selection of clothes, jewelery and souvenirs. You can also visit the local markets, where you can stock up on the same stalls that the local restaurants buy their ingredients from.
All the way around the island you will find fantastic beaches - both large and popular as well as small and hidden - where you can snorkel and swim around among fish and other colorful life under the sea's surface.
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