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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: Glass Bottom Boat Trip to Formentor Beach

2. Alcudia: Glass Bottom Boat Trip to Formentor Beach

Embark on a boat ride from Alcudia to Formentor Beach and enjoy the magical landscapes of Mallorca. See fantastic bays along the way, such as Coll Baix or Aucanada. Admire the stunning rock formations along the coast. Hop on board a glass-bottom boat and depart from Port Alcudia. Go below deck and look at the marine life through the boat’s underwater viewing windows. Let the picturesque countryside of Mallorca pass you by. Enjoy the special atmosphere of the bay. Relax in tranquility and admire the views of the sparkling sea. Upon arrival at the sand beach of Formentor, take a dip in the turquoise waters. Soak in the breathtaking view surrounded by pine and oak forests.

Mallorca: Alcudia Bay Tour and Jet Ski Trip

3. Mallorca: Alcudia Bay Tour and Jet Ski Trip

Embark on a jet ski tour to the hidden areas of natural beauty on the island of Majorca. Discover idyllic, empty, and inaccessible beaches with an exhilarating jet ski ride. Join your guide and have the opportunity to power the jet ski yourself, no experience or documentation is required. Depart from the port of Alcudia and head for the island of Aucanada, a small island a few kilometers off the coast. Admire this uninhabited islet, adorned by lush green vegetation, and with a coastline of fine white sand. Next, ride to the viewpoint of Cap de Menorca. Enjoy the beautiful scenery around you, with time to swim at a pristine and deserted beach, inaccessible by land. On the ride back admire the views of Nuro beach, the necropolis of Son Real, or the impressive Natural Park of S'Albufera de Mallorca.

Mallorca Multi-Experience Adventure

4. Mallorca Multi-Experience Adventure

Start with pickup in a Land Rover jeep and drive to the activity point near Alcúdia, where you will prepare for the adventure. Receive your equipment and set off on the first of your activities. With your guides, start with paddling the kayaks along the impressive coast of Mallorca to a stunning marine cave with crystal-clear water. Begin the search for the key to the sunken treasure. From the marine cave, enjoy a short coastal trek that leads to a perfect spot to do some cliff jumping, which is optional. For the final part of the adventure, do some snorkeling in the pristine Mediterranean waters to find the sunken treasure. After you have located the treasure, celebrate by enjoying a picnic lunch on the beach!

Alcudia: Caves & Coastline Boat Trip w/ Snorkelling

5. Alcudia: Caves & Coastline Boat Trip w/ Snorkelling

Discover the beauty of Llevant’s Natural Park on a scenic boat trip. Meet at the Port of Alcudia where you will embark on a modern boat. Sail along Mallorca’s scenic eastern coast. As you sail across the waves, admire heavenly beaches, the fisherman village Colonia de Sant Pere, and the Betlen area. Take a refreshing dip in one of Mallorca’s coves. Arrive at the Llevant Natural park – an area that is difficult to get to by foot, but easily accessed by boat. There you will have a swimming stop to explore the cove. Choose to snorkel in the crystal clear waters, or simply chill out and sunbathe. Afterward, head towards a marine cave (weather permitting). On the way there, enjoy the spectacular views of the seaside cliffs.

Alcudia: Sailing Yacht Excursion with Wine & Tapas

6. Alcudia: Sailing Yacht Excursion with Wine & Tapas

Sail along the coast of Mallorca and take the opportunity to swim and snorkel in the crystal clear water of a small, idyllic bay. Lean back and relax on board and enjoy the view of the silhouette of Mallorca. Sail a little further out to sea at noon with the right wind and explore the other side of the bay of Alcudia. If you wish, you can also take part in the action yourself and help actively or simply relax with a cool drink.

Alcudia: Llevant Nature Park Cruise

7. 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 Can Picafort : Boat Trip to Llevant Natural Park

8. From Can Picafort : Boat Trip to Llevant Natural Park

Excursions by boat from Can Picafort to Levante natural park, with a maximum of 12 people We start the excursion at the Can Picafort nautical club We will go to the natural park of Levante, which is located in the eastern part of the bay of Alcudia, we will see one of the most beautiful villages in the bay of Alcudia, we will visit the only natural park in the north of Mallorca the Levante natural park where there are different natural coves, we will discover different sea caves and we will make a stop to be able to bathe in the crystal clear waters of the natural park. We can enjoy the sea and mountain landscape, which you will surely like.

Alcudia: Sunset Catamaran Tour with Dinner and Snorkeling

9. Alcudia: Sunset Catamaran Tour with Dinner and Snorkeling

Depart Alcudia on your catamaran for the afternoon and set sail towards the north side of Mallorca. Admire the stunning sea views across the water as well as of the island itself and relax as you soak up the glorious Balearic evening weather. The catamaran heads to a tranquil cove for an hour and a half where you will be able to make use of the stand-up paddle and kayaks aboard, or relax on the nets and enjoy the deep colors in the sky as the sun begins to set. We will hoist the sail to cross the bay to this special cove, feeling the soft evening breeze on our faces. At the cove, dine on a delicious buffet meal on board. Once you’re full up, jump into the water to cool off from the heat and enjoy a paddle around the peaceful waters of the cove. You can also take advantage of the boat’s equipment and go in search of marine life on a snorkel or kayak adventure. When it’s time to leave, the captain raises the sails of the boat for the return trip to the port of Alcudia.

Alcudia: Romantic Sailing Trip with Diner for 2

10. Alcudia: Romantic Sailing Trip with Diner for 2

Fulfill your maritime dreams with a 4-hour sailing trip for 2 through the Alcudia Bay, complete with dinner and wine, on a deluxe 45-foot yacht. Perfect for couples and friends alike, your voyage sets sail at 5:00 PM, with ample time to while away the evening before a stunning sunset over the water. The most difficult decision that you’ll face on board is whether you want to snorkel, paddleboard, or both — or if you’d rather just sunbathe on the deckchairs as you glide across the glistening Spanish waters. If you’re so inclined, you can even help out the crew by steering the boat or rigging the sails, with no experience required.  At around 7:00 PM, you’ll anchor next to the Alcanada Lighthouse, located on a small island surrounded by crystal-clear waters. Take a dip or catch some more rays while the finishing touches are put on your dinner: a veritable feast of fresh-caught gilt-head, salad, bread and aioli, olives, and a spread of Caribbean side dishes, capped off with desert and coffee. With a glass of wine in your hand, you’ll sail back through the bay while the sun sets over the sea, no doubt dreaming of the next time you’ll be back on Mallorca’s pristine waters.

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What people are saying about Alcudia

The Challenge was absolutely amazing! It was not like the other activities where they take us to the spot and bring us back. It was much more lively with a lot of stories. They kept us on the edge by keeping the mystery on. Each and every portion of the challenges were well thought through and gave us a fulfilled satisfactory experience. Highly recommend!

I was awesome, recommend to everybody. Tony was our guide and he was very nice and helpful

If you are travelling to Mallorca, the CHALLENGE is a MUST

This was a great experience would highly recommend it

Guides are very funny and all experience is excellent