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Alcudia: Formentor Beach & Lighthouse Cruise

1. Alcudia: Formentor Beach & Lighthouse Cruise

Leave the Port of Alcudia towards the beaches of the north coast, specifically towards the incredible and famous beach of Es Coll Baix, and pass by the lighthouse of the unique island of Alcanada.  After a refreshing dip, head towards the virgin coves of Cap Pinar, where you can go snorkeling. Continue the journey to the bay of Pollença and enjoy the secluded beach of Es Caló, a small untouched beach where one of the most expensive mansions in Mallorca is located: La Fortaleza.  Continue the route to Formentor Beach to go to one of the most beautiful small coves in Mallorca, Cala Murta, then head towards the majestic cliffs of Cap de Formentor in the Serra de Tramuntana. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, this beach will allow you to see the wildest side of the majestic lighthouse of Cap de Formentor.

Alcudia: Llevant Nature Park Cruise

2. Alcudia: Llevant Nature Park Cruise

Depart from the port in Alcudia and sail across Alcudia Bay to the coastline of the Llevant Nature Park. Discover a protected nature reserve with unspoiled scenery.  First, stop at Cap Ferrutx, a location lined with breathtaking cliffs rising up from the sea. Sail inside the largest cave of northern Mallorca and marvel at its stunning interior. Continue along the coastline of the park, admiring the magnificent views as the vessel makes its way to the next stop, Es Caló.  Discover a cove of crystal-clear waters that is fairly difficult to access yet boasts some of the finest snorkeling spots on the island. Enjoy a cooling swim in this marine paradise.

From Mallorca: Same-Day Round-Trip Ferry Ticket to Menorca

3. From Mallorca: Same-Day Round-Trip Ferry Ticket to Menorca

During your trip to Mallorca, don't miss the chance to discover the nearby island of Menorca. Book a round-trip ferry ticket from the port of Alcudia and spend a day exploring Menorca's towns and landscapes at your own pace. Set sail from the port of Alcudia (Majorca) and head to the port of Ciudadela (Menorca). Disembark and get ready to discover the island's picturesque towns, majestic beaches, and archaeological sites. Enjoy some local cuisine in Ciudadela and explore its beautiful streets. Either bring your own car (if the necessary add-on is selected) or rent one for the day once you arrive on the island. Plan your itinerary in advance to ensure you get the most out of your day trip to Menorca.

From Mallorca: Guided Day Trip to Menorca

4. From Mallorca: Guided Day Trip to Menorca

Explore Menorca on this full day bus and ferry tour from Mallorca. Choose from a tour with or without pickup from the north and east of Mallorca. Spend free time in Maó and Ciutadella. Take a stroll in the whitewashed village of Binibeca.  Travel from Puerto de Alcudia aboard an express ferry with services such as free Wi-Fi, a snack bar and a duty free shop. Once in Ciutadella board a spacious and airconditioned bus to Monte Toro, the highest point in Menorca (358 meters). Get off the bus for views that span the whole island and if the day is clear, gaze all the way to Mallorca. Have half an hour of free time to soak up the views before heading to the fishing village of Fornells. Soak up the charm of the narrow streets, a softly curved cove, and a bustling port. Continue to Maó, where you can experience the island's capital. Follow your guide on a tour of the vibrant Old Town. Spend 2 hours of free time where you can shop, stroll, or purchase lunch.  Make your way to Binibeca, a picturesque fishing village where you can walk among the pristine white houses and through the old streets. Finally, return to Ciutadella to visit the Old Town before catching the ferry back to Mallorca

From Menorca: Same-Day Round-Trip Ferry Ticket to Mallorca

5. From Menorca: Same-Day Round-Trip Ferry Ticket to Mallorca

Discover the island of Mallorca with a round-trip same-day ferry ticket from Ciutadella port in Menorca to Alcudia port. Spend the day exploring Mallorca's towns and landscapes at your own pace. Set sail from the port of Ciutadella (Menorca) and head to the port of Alcudia in Mallorca. Disembark and get ready to discover the island's picturesque towns, majestic beaches, and archaeological sites such as the Roman city ruins of Pollentia. Enjoy some local cuisine in Alcudia and explore its beautiful streets. Choose to bring your own car (if the necessary add-on is selected) or rent one for the day once you arrive on the island. Plan your itinerary in advance to ensure you get the most out of your day trip to Mallorca.

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4.6 / 5

based on 8 reviews

Superb boat trip that met my expectations to discover the coast of Alcudia to Cap Formentor, passing and bathing in crystal clear waters ranging from soft green (Platja Formentor) to light turquoise blue (Es Calò), to turquoise blue impressive intensity of Cala Murta, and the Emerald green of Coll Baix, little or not otherwise accessible. Superb geological setting. One regret, not having skirted the coast more closely on the S'ha illot side, Platja Sant Pere and Platja Sant Joan before crossing towards Fortaleza, on the Pollença side. Nadal, not Rafa, currently at the US Open, but our captain was very nice, friendly and considerate. To do without a doubt! If only for this stopover in Cala murta and dive into a real aquarium filled with fish of all kinds, generally gray, but which there are tinged with superb blue reflections and in the middle of non-venomous jellyfish... an unforgettable suspended moment!

Definitely worth it. It was a very varied tour with stops for snorkeling and swimming in very beautiful places and our "captain" was also super nice.

A sublime trip by high-speed boat to visit the coasts. Three stops in beautiful coves and with enough time to swim and enjoy the marine fauna. We recommend.

The tour was excellent, the guide was fun and the places we went were awesome. The boat is fast and small, which we prefer over big and crowded ones.

Best tour in Alcudia, make sure you don't miss it, multiple stops for landmarks and 3 different beaches to explore and swim in !