53 C H A R T E R MALLORCA – Mallorca is like the grown-up of the everything changes and all doors are open. Cap Ferrat Balearics. Breathtaking anchorages in the north also has a wonderfully concealed little beach club – and east, villages like Deia to investigate, highly-rated popular, pretty Paloma. golf, Rafa Nadal’s academy and Mallorca has more Michelin-star restaurants than any other island in the Mediterranean. SIFNOS IN THE CYCLADES, GREECE – Mykonos, Santorini – both great but they are the road well travelled. Try Sifnos with its growing reputation CAP FERRAT – If you prefer the Cannes - Antibes - as perhaps the foodie - artsy capital of the Cyclades. Monaco end of the Côte, cruise to Villefranche and Take a short cruise over to Milos. Some people think it Cap Ferrat. Eden Roc (and the Hôtel du Cap) remains has the best beaches while others claim it is the most extraordinarily exclusive but when you arrive by yacht – beautiful island in Greece. Cinque Terre, Italy The five villages are as beautiful and popular as ever. So the smart thing might be to cruise to tiny Tellaro for a warm welcome and rustic home cooking. Then cruise to Porto Venere to browse and wander through this beautiful seaside village.