With our offices in Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca and Ibiza, we primarily operate in Barcelona, Costa Brava and Balearic Islands.
Nevertheless, we can fully support yachts in all major Spanish Ports, located the Iberian Peninsula part of the Mediterranean coast. Some of them are: Tarragona, Valencia, Dénia, Alicante, Cartagena, Malaga, Marbella and Gibraltar.
In addition, we operate in the ports on the Atlantic coast,like Cádiz, Vigo and La Coruña, and Canary Islands.
Barcelona is one of the leading tourist destinations in the world. For instance, there is no other port in Western Mediterranean offering such diversity of extraordinary experiences. Some of them are spectacular modernist and gothic architecture. Nevertheless, the city is rich with lots of unique gastronomic offers from world famous Chefs. Furthermore, this Mediterranean city can offer a great variety of music and art venues, business fairs and and sports events. When it comes to the gastronomy, Barcelona will definately have a lot to offer! In this city, there are plenty of places where you’ll never have the same meal twice, thanks to their constant innovation and focus on seasonal products. In Barcelona, many of them draw from the same source of inspiration: the humble Catalan kitchens of decades past. The Michelin Guide currently includes a total of 24 Michelin star restaurants in Barcelona, so if this once-in-a-lifetime dining experience is on your bucket list, you’re spoiled for choice.
The original translation of Costa Brava is -the Wild Coast. This natural oazis consists of endless sequence of rocky shores and white beaches with crystal clean water. Costa Brava offers a plenty of treasures to discover. Some of them are the picturesque bays and fishing harbours, ancient towns or Salvador Dali’s legacy. In addition, here you can enjoy the great variety of golf courses and the best diving sites in Mediterranean. You can also experience all the gastronomic pleasure from any of the thirteen Michelin star in Costa Brava restaurants has to offer. One of which is the El Celler de Can Roca owned by the Roca brothers. It was named the best restaurant in the world by “The World’s 50 best restaurants” ; a British magazine for restaurant rankings. There is almost a Michelin Route through the Costa Brava where it’s possible to visit several Michelin restaurants during a single visit.
Balearic Islands have a lot to offer, and in the first place there is of course Mallorca. This little island is perfect for those who love to mix culture and history with clear blue sea and outdoor activities. This famous destnation is an ideal place for sport fans, especially trekking, climbing and biking. In the islands Capital-Palma, you can find most par of yacht harbours. Moreover, The capital of Mallorca has a historic old town and Cathedral of Santa Maria. The cathedral represents the splendid beauty of Catalan Gothic style. For quite some time now, the Mediterranean island of Mallorca has appeared on the European gastronomic radar, as there are tons of interesting restaurants stealing all the attention of foodies from all over the world. Mallorca is home to eight restaurants serving cuisine recognised by the prestigious Michelin Guide for Spain and Portugal.
Most of the people will recognize Menorca as “wild island” , because this island is still protected from mass tourism. In other words, This island can offer you an amazing diversity of landscape with flora and fauna, spreading through the island. In addition, Menorca is also a treasure chest full of archaeological delights, from the Iron and Bronze Age. Beautiful Menorca, the second-largest of Spain’s Balearic Islands, has developed a vibrant culinary scene in recent years. Diners can now expect Michelin-star cooking, harbourside seafood cuisine, and even a highly recommended restaurant in a vineyard.
The islands mix of stunning nightlife, white sanded beaches and crystal blue water are a perfect combination. These are some of the main reasons that helped Ibiza become the most exclusive yachting destination in Mediterranean. Similarly, Some of the most famous clubs on the island, such as El Lio, Blue Merlin and Heart Ibiza Ibiza, attract great ammounts of music and festival lovers each year. Furthermore, Ibiza offers a variety of excellent anchorages in front of the preferred clubs, but also in the well protected calm bays. Ibiza restaurants are becoming as notorious as its clubs and with an influx of talented chefs coming to the island each year there is now a dynamic culinary scene.Here, you will explore the best fine dining restaurants, from luxurious locations to the ultimate dining experience.
Formentera, just a few miles off Ibiza, has its own unique personality and can be described as the last Mediterranean paradise. The islands most valuable treasure are the crystalline blue waters with Caribbean-like white sand. For instance, The Ses Illetes beach is the beach that most of the visitors consider to be the prettiest beach in Spain, and one of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean. The tiny island of Formentera has come into its own in recent years – once only known for its proximity to Ibiza and tranquil beaches, the island now has a thriving restaurant scene. Menus tend to have a heavy Italian influence with an emphasis on excellent seafood, and dining options range from beachside lunches to romantic dinners in candlelit courtyards. The rich gastronomic panorama of Formentera is enriched by the prestigious Michelin star thanks to the restaurant Can Dani.