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8 of the best bars in the Mediterranean to visit by superyacht

8 of the best bars in the Mediterranean to visit by superyacht

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The Bar and Beach Rouge

LUX* Bodrum, Turkey

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There's nothing like watching a Mediterranean sunset with a cocktail (or mocktail) in hand, soft music in the background and a private table with your nearest and dearest. Get the inside scoop on where to head for a perfect tipple.

1. The Bar and Beach Rouge, LUX* Bodrum, Turkey

Head to The Bar, a sophisticated drinking spot decked out in sleek grey stone and Scandinavian style furnishings, for a glass of your preferred beverage. You can play it safe and opt for a crisp glass of the exclusively branded rosé or go rogue and try a fiery Japanese single malt whisky or Sake. Even the non-alcohol cocktails come with all the trimmings, origami-shaped fruit garnishes and expert flavour combinations, courtesy of the in-house mixologists.

For a more energetic experience, head down to the water's edge to Beach Rouge for extravagant cocktails, a private cove setting, top notch DJs and an exhilarating beach club vibe.

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OD Sky Bar

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With views out over superyacht hotspot Puerto Portals in Mallorca, the OD Sky Bar at the OD Port Portals hotel is the ideal spot for enjoying a little time on shore just minutes from your yacht. Located on the hotel's expansive eighth floor roof terrace, share a jug of sangria or choose from a whole host of signature house cocktails as you watch the sunset. Alternatively, take possession of the whole bar for an unforgettable private dinner or party. Open from June to September, the OD Sky Bar also plays host to the pop-up OnTop restaurant so if you're feeling peckish take a seat and enjoy exquisite Asian fusion cuisine created using the best produce from Mallorca's local markets. Dishes include ceviche with soft and crunchy corn, green apple air and ginger and grilled octopus with salmorejo tomatoes - certainly worth giving your chef the night off for.

How to visit by luxury yacht: Located just minutes from Puerto Portals marina, which offers berths for yachts up to 60 metres, it couldn't be simpler to visit OD Sky Bar by yacht. Book your berth early though - the bay is a hugely popular spot for yachties during high season.

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The Champagne Room, Marbella Club Hotel

Marbella, Spain

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A respite on the southern coast of Spain inevitably calls for a glass of bubbly at the historic Champagne Room at the Marbella Club Hotel. Boasting the best selection of Champagnes in Andalusia and brimming with 1920's Art Deco charm, listen to gentle piano and sultry lounge singers while quaffing a glass of the finest Champagne or an expertly made cocktail.

The Marbella Club was a social hub throughout the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s for socialites and celebrities alike. Brigitte Bardot, Audrey Hepburn, Julio Iglesias and a vast number of aristocrats frequented the hotel's exclusive and famous parties.

How to visit by luxury yacht: Moor up at nearby Puerto Banús, which has berths for yachts up to 50 metres, before having your chauffeur drive you to the Marbella Club. Although the microclimate in Marbella ensures sunshine for approximately 325 days a year, the best months to visit are from June to September — perfect for anyone on a yacht charter around Spain's sunny coast or on a private superyacht heading towards Gibraltar.

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