Spanish Riviera & Balearics

The Spanish Riviera is a feast for all your senses. Watch the scarlet flamenco skirts twirl in the town squares, taste the aromatic Rioja and paella and wake up every day to a gorgeous panoramic view.


Barcelona sited between the sea and the mountains, has found a formidable balance: a foot in the traditional things and the other in the avant-garde. Barcelona has the reputation of being the most cosmopolitan, modern and avant-garde city in Spain. 

The most spectacular and controversial of Antoni Gaudí’s modernist masterpieces, the Sagrada Família is found here. Discover the hidden alleyways of the Gothic Quarter, the contemporary art and street art : the presence of artists such as Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dalí helped give Barcelona its reputation as a notable artistic city. The collection at the Joan Miró museum, who was a leading Surrealist artist of all times. The live-music scene. 

There are few food markets in the world quite like the Boqueria Market, which stands on Las Ramblas.  

This is one of First Class Yachting spectacular Gourmet & Fine Dining destination, as there are more than 20 Michelin-starred restaurants for you to enjoy.  

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If there is a place with an authentic Andalusian lucky charm, that province is undoubtedly Málaga, where its white villages, flower-filled courtyards and beaches create a unique space full of charm. Marbella is the great classic of the Andalucian coast, where the sound of the Mediterranean and the gentle aroma of jasmine with a spectacular nightlife, shopping with glamour, local food specialties will form part of the best tourist experience you will ever have.

The Balearic Islands

Vibrant, flamboyant and idyllic in equal measure, meet the beautiful Balearics.

Lying in blissful sunshine off the east coast of Spain, the Balearic Islands of Mallorca, Ibiza and Menorca enjoy a long, hot summer. 

They are the perfect place to lounge on the beach by day and party into the small hours by night.  


Ibiza is renowned for its vivid nightlife, where you can dance the night away. There are sophisticated bars and restaurants in the old town where the rich and famous robbing shoulders with locals.

UNESCO chose Ibiza for diversity and natural values, considering the richness of the prairies of oceanic posidonia, seabed plants, the best preserved in the Mediterranean and located within a Natural Reserve. Ibiza has a rich heritage of the Phoenician and Carthaginian past. 

For its cultural and for its natural values, UNESCO chose Ibiza as one of the places to be preserved for future generations. 

Cruise along the southern coastline of Ibiza and anchor for lunch under the rock island of Es Vedra. Standing at almost 400 metres high. Thought to be the third most magnetic place on the globe, after the North Pole and the Bermuda Triangle, Es Vedra is surrounded in myth and legend. 

Beaches, nature, leisure and heritage are often the main reasons for choosing to go to Ibiza for the first time. Its cuisine, however, is what always makes you come back, well known for its sobrasada, the traditional orelletes, flaó and café caleta. 

From the 6th century AC the influence of Phoenicians, Greeks and Romans created an important wine tradition on the island. The local varieties are Monastrell and Garnacha grapes for red wines, while the most important variety for white wine is Malvasia. Ibizan wines are made and produced in areas of San Mateu, Buscastell, and Sant Josep. 

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Cruise to the off-lying island of Formentera – this stunning spit of land is a beach lover’s paradise, with its perfect white sands and crystal clear waters that appear turquoise to the eye.

This blissful retreat is renowned for its healing properties, and celebrities have fallen under its magical spell. Take a mud bath in the hot spring on the adjacent island of Espalmador or dance barefoot in the sand at one on the many beach clubs open day and night. 

Although the island of Formentera is well-known for the magnetism of its natural landscapes, the island also conceals all manner of historical vestiges that show that it was a point in the Mediterranean that has been taken into account by many civilisations since ancient times. 

Formentera has been a traditional wine-growing area since time immemorial. Typical cuisine is linked to the traditional way of life, strongly influenced by the link with the sea and rainfed agriculture. It is characterised by an almost absolute dependence on local products. 

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Embark in the cosmopolitan capital Palma, with its stunning Gothic cathedral, twisting cobbled streets of the old town and plethora of Michelin starred restaurants and waterfront bars. 

From here, cruise to the protected National Maritime Park archipelago of Cabrera. Once a base for pirates in the 13th century, today access to this unspoilt location requires a special permit. Cabrera has its own Blue Grotto which you can visit and have a dip in its astounding blue water. 

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Sail across to the quieter island of Menorca, with its rolling hills and English feeling countryside. Relax and swim in the clear waters around the sandy beaches of Cala Algaiarens, a wide cove split into two golden sandy beaches. Embrace their charm and tranquility.  

For those interested in culture and history the beautiful port city of Ciutadella is a short distance away. 

Finish your charter in Mahon, or Maó, the deep inlet that forms the harbour, which is the largest natural port in the Mediterranean. 

The architecture of the elegant, laidback town reflects the legacy of the British occupation in the 18th century. They produce their own gin, the famous Xoriguer, indispensable ingredient of Pomada, the local cocktail mixed with home-made lemonade.  

Mahon is famous for its shoe factories, so you have an excellent excuse to buy a few pairs in the factory stores. 

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Costa Brava

Discover the scenic coastline of the Costa Brava, Sienna-coloured rocky cliffs topped with pine trees tumble into the turquoise sea, creating one of the most magical landscapes in the Mediterranean. The whitewashed houses of Cadaque were even a source of inspiration to great artists like Matisse and Dali.

The Bay of Roses is one of the most attractive cruising areas of mainland Spain, with scores of beautiful calas and sandy beaches perfect for anchoring and swimming. Continue south towards Barcelona and stop to explore Port Estartit and the Medes Islands, which are part of a protected marine park. Further south, discover the gorgeous beaches of Sa Riera and Sa Tuna. 

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Golf & Yachting

It is not just golfers that are drawn to Spain, with year-round sunshine, beautiful beaches and a vibrant national culture, Fortunately, the golf courses in Spain are among the best in the world, making the overall experience unforgettable. 

*FCY Golf & Yachting favourites are

The Balearic Islands

  • Designed by renowned architect Robert Trent Jones Jr, Club de Golf Alcanada’s 18-hole par 72 course 6,499 m opened in 2003. Situated in the northern part of Mallorca, Alcanada is located right by the sea and the. This is a gorgeous place where you will feel like in the heaven surrounded by pine and olive trees with an astonishing view of the mountains or the Mediterranean Sea. It is among the greatest golf courses in Spain
  • Son Gual was designed by Thomas Himmelin 2007, the majestic par-72 layout is already renowned for its impeccable conditioning. Part of a collection of new championship courses that is a must play for serious golfers. Son Gual prides itself on catering for all requirements and providing the highest standards to its members and guests with nothing left to chance.  is the newest and most desirable name on Mallorca 
  • Arabella Golf Resort, Four differentiated golf courses that will challenge your handicap: Golf Son Muntaner, Golf Son Vida, Golf Son Quint and Son Quint Golf Pitch + Putt. Golf Son Muntaner was opened in 2000, and was mapped out by the esteemed designer Kurt Rossknecht. This 18 hole par 72, course 6305 m are different tee boxes to suit golfers of varying difficulties.


  • Real Club de Golf El Prat located in Barcelona, is regarded as one of the finest golf clubs in Spain, having hosted national and international championships, it remains one of clubs to have been granted royal status. Designed by Greg Norman, there are Open Course: 18 holes Par 72 5933m and Blue Course: 18 holes Par 72 6020m, as well as 9 holes course.
  • PGA Catalunya Resort, is one of Europe’s must-visit golfing hotspots. Designed by Angel Gallardo and Neil Coles, it is par 72 on 6583 m. The Stadium Course features a number of large lakes, tree lined fairways that pinch in at specific distances and well bunkered greens. It is the Number 1 Golf Course in Spain and it is rare to find so many memorable holes on one course and despite the many ups and downs, tees are elevated and very few fairways are uphill. For a slightly less stern challenge, but equally beautiful  Tour Course is par 72 on 5900 m. This charming layout is bordered by majestic woodland and with strategically placed bunkers and water hazards lurking in the most cunning of positions, approach shots must be carefully considered as well.    

Costa Blanca

  • Campo de Golf El Saler built in 1968 by Javier Arana, located in the El Saler Natural Park, on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea, is carved through avenues of umbrella pines, before opening out between stunning sand dunes. Its total length is 6,042 m, split into 18 holes, with a par of 72. 
  • Las Colinas Golf & Country Club, features a superb par-71, 18-hole championship course designed by the American landscape architect Cabell B. Robinson, which extends across the valley and blends naturally into the landscape. The width of its fairways, the design of its extensive undulating greens, and the numerous tees at each hole give it great versatility 

Costa Del Sol

  • Valderama, the course was designed in 1974 by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. The Par 71 Championship Course measures 6418 meters from the professional tees. The fairways have been described by top pros and leading golf writers as the best in Europe. Valderrama has been considered an environmental reference in the golf industry. It was the first golf club in Europe to implement sustainable procedures to save water, protect the wildlife and save in chemicals and fuel.
  • Real Club de Golf Sotogrande, the par 72 measures 6.492 m, is one of the oldest golf courses in the Costa del Sol, is considered as one of the masterpieces of Robert Trent Jones Senior. Set out among a variety of age-old trees, with excellent bunkering and water hazards to boot, Sotogrande requires you to think through each shot. It is a fascinating course for players of any level.
  • Finca Cortesin is a special place to play golf, where Cabell B. Robinson’s course design and Gerald Huggan’s attractive landscaping, has created a true masterpiece. It is regarded by many as the most luxurious golf resort in Spain. Impeccably manicured Bermuda grass fairways are punctuated with bunkers filled with gleaming white sand. The golf course is monumentally challenging from the back tees for golfers of any level. The Par 71 measures 6160 m.

Our team of experts will make sure you find your perfect Spanish golf.

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