Boho Balearics

Ibiza to Palma. Adventure around the Balearic islands. Race between seafood shacks and secret beaches by day. Super-clubs and scuba spots by night.

Free-spirited Fun

Our Balearic tour is let-your-hair-down fun. It blends big island sophistication with Caribbean-dream beaches. It pairs pulse-popping nightclubs with snorkel safaris in a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. It mixes extremely strong gin and tonics. Key to the action is proximity. Our itinerary destinations are a short cruise apart. That means you can dance and dive. Shop and flop. Cliff jump and fist bump. All in a single day. Even the transport is joyful. On Ibiza, hit organic vineyards on Italian Vespa motorbikes. On Formentera, ride a hydrofoil surfboard to a boho beach club. To reach Sa Calobra beach on Mallorca you’ll require a paddleboard or a charter yacht. ATVs, eBikers, jetskis and drones elevate our adventures to memories of a lifetime. What makes our Balearic sojourn special? On these sunny islands, sophistication wears flip-flops, not Jimmy Choos. It joins in-the-know locals for backstreet food tours. It dives headlong into 26°C summer seas. It dances barefoot under the stars. On a Y.CO yacht charter, anything goes.



Embark in Ibiza, where bohemianism never sleeps. Take a jeep safari to a hippy-chic hinterland of organic vineyards. After your siesta, Ibiza drops the beat. The White Isle jives to thumping tunes at super-club DC10. Your Y.CO Charter Specialist will arrange exclusive access. Two words: Ibiza Rocks.



Wake up in Formentera. It’s the ultimate chillout island. Just 12,000 people share 70km of sandy coast. The best beach in the Balearics? Playa de Ses Illetes. This sun-kissed sandbar promises a 24/7 detox. Morning yoga. Lunchtime kitesurfs. Sundown smoothies. Only one venue offers accommodation, fine dining and seven-star service: your charter yacht.

Port Roig


This morning you’ll reposition to Southern Ibiza. A lonely coastline dotted with secret coves. Chiringuito beach bars cook fisherman-fresh seafood including slipper lobster and razor clams. This afternoon is toy time. Secluded Port Roig is the place to race hydrofoil surfboards and jetskis. Your get-wet-quick adventure will be filmed and streamed on board.

Cala Vadella


Today you'll relax in the real Ibiza. Cala Vadella equals kayak expeditions and café con leche. Headline news is when the Estrella beer truck is delayed on the country road from Ibiza Town. Under the waves it’s equally pristine. A tender ride away from Cala Vadella is the Cala d'Hort Marine Reserve. 30m visibility reveals sunfish, giant grouper, John Dory and a ship-wrecked airplane.

Es Vedra


Today make a sun salutation to the ultimate Ibizan island. Because Es Vedra sums up Ibiza’s esoteric spirit. This uninhabited island sits on a magnetic fissure and is said to attract UFOs. Daytime? Try freediving or SUP yoga. Evening? Sunset colours Es Vedra like a fireball at cocktail o'clock. Night? Bioluminescent fish zigzag around your yacht’s beach club.

Santa Eulalia


And relax. Santa Eulalia is the most laid-back town in Ibiza. Parents live on seafood and watermelon smoothies as their kids indulge in treetop climbing trails and scooter along the seafront promenade. Need a quiet night? Take a Vespa tour on Italian motorbikes to a rural restaurant, where cicadas chirp and Enrique Iglesias plays on a loop. Nightcaps are served on deck. Tomorrow will be action packed.



Wake up in Andratx. A natural harbour ringed by a green amphitheatre of vineyards and forests. Cruise into Mallorca's wildest corner on a Yamaha Grizzly 4x4 quad. Spot rock thrush and brown hares, before racing back to the coast to swim with dolphins, sea stars and 400 species of fish. Dinner is a pirate picnic, complete with treasure hunt, on a deserted beach.



Today you'll wave goodbye to the 21st century. Soller sits lost in time behind the Serra de Tramuntana mountains. Townhouses host galleries and gelaterie. eBike tours run to mountain cafés and citrus groves. Need to reach the sophisticated seafood restaurants at Puerto de Soller? Access is by 100-year-old tram. Smaller beaches can be only be reached by mule track or yacht.

Sa Calobra


Sa Calobra is Mallorca’s wild child - a feral beach stranded 60 minutes from the highway. Kayak in to pristine sand hidden by a natural amphitheatre of cliffs. The water is like crystal. Snorkel, SUP or cliff dive with abandon. Lunchtime? Your yacht is the only restaurant for miles around. Enjoy a tapas of gambas al ajillo and jamón ibérico. Then press repeat on the beach.



Wave goodbye to your crew in Palma, the epic arts centre of the Balearics. Meet urban artists for smoothies in the Old Town. Snap selfies against societal murals. Then see the real deal at Fundacio Joan Miro, where 7,000 works from the Palma artist reside. Trust us to turn your final day into a work of art.