• 03 Aug

    What makes sailing in Majorca so unique?

    Mallorca and its regattas attract athletes and teams from all over the world. The island plays host to exciting regattas and sailing events all year round, for both professional sailors and instructors. We recommend Gran Día de la Vela to our guests: it takes place on the 24th through 27th of August, mainly at the Club Náutico S’Arenal, easily accessible on foot from Pabisa Hotels.

    Regattas in Mallorca

    The Copa del Rey is probably the most famous regatta in Mallorca, and takes place in the Bay of Palma from the 29th of July to the 5th of August. Sailing teams from more than 20 countries take part, including the King of Spain, Felipe VI who, alongside security, will be among the participants. Those who wish to experience the regatta first hand should head to the Club Náutico de Palma. Another classic is the Trofeo Princesa Sofía. This quintessential Mallorcan sailing event is the traditional regatta that takes place at the Club Náutico S’Arenal. During the four days of the Gran Día de la Vela at the end of August, you can enjoy a regatta in Mallorca featuring the following classes: Optimist, Laser, Bic Techno 293, Musto Skiff or Snipe, setting sail into the wind.

    Pabisa – a Company with sporting promise.

    Pabisa group, as well as its hotel management, actively supports sporting events. Many participants stay in our hotels- they come from all over the world, for example, Polish racers or China’s national team, and many of them have been regular clients for a long time. Pabisa Hotels in Playa de Palma offer racers the perfect place to prepare for the competitions. All of our establishments are close to the sea, so you can even see the regattas from your hotel.

    Mallorca and sailing – a paradise for both professionals and fans

    This Mediterranean island offers the ideal spot for sailing lovers easily accessible from any part of Europe, with a flight time of around two hours. The Mallorcan coast also boasts the perfect setting for different sailing competitions. However, Mallorca isn’t just a paradise for those who sail, but also for those who want to enjoy the fascinating regatta environment. You can also visit the marina, where the participants’ moor their sailing boats, as well as meet them in person. Alternatively, if you prefer, you can just stay on the shore at one of the many bars in Playa de Palma, looking out at the marvellous view of the Bay of Palma, as well as the regattas. Discover more about Playa de Palma.

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