Ibiza: Old Town
Ibiza’s lesser-travelled and softer side, the Old Town, is one of the most up and coming destinations in Europe. The fairest of all the sunny Balearic Islands, she marries the glitzy-vibe and vibrant-hum we all know and associate with Ibiza, with a much more personal and relaxed appeal. With a new development in the Port of Ibiza Town, this superyacht hub and exclusive marina is sure to form the perfect base for evenings spent indulging at the finest restaurants and days spent exploring the craggy island’s exotic hidden beaches.
At 29m, Talila makes the ideal base on which to immerse yourself in the zen of Ibiza’s Old Town, without even leaving her deck! From her unusually large deck to her luxurious and stylish interior she promises to impress anyone who steps on board.
Malta: Gozo, Mdina and Comina
Steeped in history, the soft sleepy sands of this fortress-filled land rest quietly somewhere between Sicily and North Africa. A cultural melting-pot of sun scattered Isles, Malta’s ancient draw begins at sea with its mystical dive sites and continues on land, from ornate baroque churches to panoramic vistas of luscious countryside. Picturesque and peaceful, undiscovered is this destinations gift, yet one it gives with style and sophistication alongside its rustic pleasures. Temple-hop in Gozo or sip local wine under star-lit scenery in medieval Mdina letting Malta’s mythical charm form a summer of Mediterranean memories. For an lesser-explored experience, tender to Comina island for an afternoon exploring this undeveloped limestone land that offers the most beautiful lagoons to swim in quiet crystal waters.
Take a break on board 44-meter Mim this season, available for charter in the West Mediterranean. With a huge amount of volume for her size and a traditionally styled interior, anchor out and enjoy all Malta’s alluring waters have to offer.
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