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  • Ibiza: Snorkeling, Sunset Beach and Cave Boat Trip

    1. Ibiza: Snorkeling, Sunset Beach and Cave Boat Trip

    This boat adventure around Ibiza combines fun and relaxation, taking you to explore some of the many beautiful beaches and small islands, caves, reefs, historical landmarks and natural reserves along Ibiza’s coast. When the boat stops at each site, you’ll have access to the snorkeling equipment on board so you can enjoy the clear waters and discover the Spanish reefs. There will be 2 stops and you’ll have 50 minutes at each stop for snorkeling. Add a magical Ibiza sunset to your experience on this boat cruise. You’ll be treated to music and drinks on board with Champagne included to celebrate this magical time of day!

    Wass probably one of the most interesting experiences in Ibiza. Highly recommend

  • Ibiza: Cala Salada & Ses Margalides Cruise with Snorkeling

    2. Ibiza: Cala Salada & Ses Margalides Cruise with Snorkeling

    After meeting at the pier, you'll begin boarding for your double-decker motorized catamaran excursion. Following check-in, your guided cruise departs from San Antonio Harbour at 10:30 AM. From there the boat will stop at the Natural Aquarium for 30 minutes, providing you with an opportunity to see all of the local sea life. The boat will cruise along the unspoiled north coastline to Ses Margalides as your onboard guide provides you with informative commentary. You'll then anchor up for a swim stop at a secluded bay which is only accessible by boat, where you will have the chance to sunbathe, swim, snorkel, or bodyboard with all your equipment included. After enjoying 3 hours cruising on board, the boat will dock at the beautiful beach of Cala Salada. Following lunch (requires prior reservation through the phone number on your voucher), you'll have time to explore and chill out on the 2...

    Good well organised trip, nice to have water and soft drinks included as well as some snacks. Swim stop was great with use of snorkels and other items. Good value.

  • Mallorca: Island Tour with Boat & Train Ride from the South

    3. Mallorca: Island Tour with Boat & Train Ride from the South

    Get picked up and discover Mallorca in a variety of ways. Take the famous Tren de Soller, then enjoy a catamaran trip to La Calobra Cove. Take a ride on the island's legendary wooden electrical train. This is the perfect vantage point to admire the most beautiful landscapes in the Tramuntana mountain range, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    Continue with a boat trip on a catamaran to La Calobra Cove. Stop for lunch, and enjoy some time at your leisure. You'll also visit the Torrent de Pareis, a narrow mouth of a torrent between two cliffs.

    Guide was knowledgeable and personable, views breathtaking and great value for money.

  • Mallorca: Visit the Caves of Hams

    4. Mallorca: Visit the Caves of Hams

    Situated in Porto Cristo, the caves are renowned throughout the world for their peculiar fish-hook shaped formations. There are three main caves, the round cave is a vast open area which includes a spectacular botanical garden and is full of life, with many species of free-flying birds that are native to the island of Majorca. It has a special micro-climate as the natural temperature is below that of the exterior meaning it has its own particular vegetation. Millions of years ago, this underground cave was closed in. In blue cave, with its spectacular new blue lighting using cutting edge led technology, you can enjoy the educational documentary, Discovering the past. You will learn about the history of Majorca, its first inhabitants, the formation of the Hams caves and their discovery. You can admire Samson’s pillars, the plains of Fra Mauro and the Pit of hell, where, in a natural aud...

    The cave was really beautiful and we were lucky to have the cave almost to ourselves so we could really enjoy everything and also get some questions answered from the staff. Because we were so few it felt a little long though, we would have liked to walk through faster, but it was not possible with the guide in front.

  • Mallorca: 4-Hour Boat Cruise in Paradise with Lunch

    5. Mallorca: 4-Hour Boat Cruise in Paradise with Lunch

    Join this 4-hour boat trip to the natural reserve of the Malgrats Islands. Cruise along the southwest coast of Mallorca on a modern catamaran with submarine vision. During the cruise, you have the chance to swim and snorkel among fish at Malgrat Islands. Your tour will also make a stop in Port Andratx for 40 minutes, one of the most exclusive harbors in Mallorca. During the tour, drop the anchor at a secluded bay where you can swim and snorkel in crystal blue waters. Relaxing, sailing and sunbathing are all possible on board the catamaran. Trips are also suitable for families with children. Join the tour and discover the beautiful southwest coast of Mallorca and enjoy a truly memorable day on this exclusive catamaran.

    Spectacular views great crew good food and entertainment made this a very special day. Great value.

  • Mallorca's Coast and Malgrats Islands: 2-Hour Boat Trip

    6. Mallorca's Coast and Malgrats Islands: 2-Hour Boat Trip

    Enjoy a fantastic trip around the bay of Paguera, Santa Ponsa and Camp de Mar. This memorable 2-hour boat ride travels around Mallorca's beautiful coastline - this is the perfect viewpoint to see the island's high cliffs and deep, inky blue waters. The boat will also take you for a tour around the coast of the Malgrats Islands - this archipelago is a Marine Reserves and therefore shelters a fantastic amount of bird species. As you ride along the coast, you'll take in the stunning scenery of the nature around you and time permitting, stop for a swim as well. The comfortable catamaran has a main deck equipped with a bar, toilets and an entertainment area. The upper deck provides a spacious solarium, ideal for sunbathing and sight-seeing. The lower deck is semi-submerged - through the big underwater windows, you will see the large variety of fish native to this bay. Don't miss this unforge...

    Myself and my girlfriend went on the boat trip in late august and we had a great time. The staff were really friendly and great fun. The opportunity to go snorkelling was really cool also. Great way to spend a few hours, would highly recommend

  • Mallorca: Snorkeling in a Beautiful Nature Reserve

    7. Mallorca: Snorkeling in a Beautiful Nature Reserve

    You drive to a beautiful nature reserve which is only 15 minutes away by car. After a short briefing the snorkeling tour begins. Of course you will be accompanied all the time by a professional snorkeling guide, who will show you some of the most beautiful places and fish in the underwater world of Mallorca. The complete equipment like wet suit, fins, mask and snorkel is provided. Moreover your guide will take pictures of you with an underwater camera to remember this incredible event.

    This was amazing. Our tour guide Gustavo was very helpful, patient and friendly. My son is eight and knows how to swim but it was his first time snorkeling and it took him a little time to get comfortable breathing through the equipment. Gustavo was really helpful in showing him the ropes. And then once my son got his confidence he didn’t want to leave! And Gustavo took beautiful pictures of the people in my group. What a wonderful experience. I definitely recommend this activity!

  • From Sóller: Boat Trip to Sa Calobra and Torrent de Pareis

    8. From Sóller: Boat Trip to Sa Calobra and Torrent de Pareis

    Spend a day swimming, hiking, and exploring freely on this boat excursion from Sóller to Sa Calobra and the Torrent de Pareis. Optionally, stop at a restaurant to enjoy local foods. Meet at the Port of Sóller to start your excursion. After voucher check, board the boat and enjoy the scenic route to Sa Calobra, a natural beach with crystal water in the middle of the Sierra of Tramontana. After an approximately 1-hour boat ride, arrive in Sa Calobra. From here, spend your time freely. Swim, eat at one of the restaurants, and, if you like hiking, enjoy some of the routes around the Torrent de Pareis. Later at 4:40 PM, board the boat again and head back to the Port of Sóller for drop-off.

  • Mallorca: Submarine Vision Boat Trip to Cap de Formentor

    9. Mallorca: Submarine Vision Boat Trip to Cap de Formentor

    Experience a 3.5-hour boat ride from Port Alcudia to Cap de Formentor as you admire the magical landscapes of Mallorca. Your tour to Cap de Formentor starts at the port of Alcudia. Along the way you get to see some fantastic bays, such as Cala Figuera. Enjoy the special atmosphere of the bay, relax in the tranquility, and admire the views of the sparkling sea. Let the picturesque countryside of Mallorca pass you by before taking a dip in the cool waters during a swimming stop at Cala Figuera bay.

    A great trip, only gripe was the boat seemed a little crowded so it was difficult to find seating as we were the last group to board. The crew were friendly and funny, the route was interesting and enough time was allotted for swimming from the boat.

  • Mallorca: 3-Hour East Coast Caves and Coastline Boat Trip

    10. Mallorca: 3-Hour East Coast Caves and Coastline Boat Trip

    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.

    Unfortunately the weather had been choppy so we had to take an alternative route. However, the new route was beautiful and we still saw lots of the coastline and some caves. We also had two swim stops, which were brilliant! The crew were very friendly and welcoming, full of energy! Would definitely recommend this company, the crew made the trip!

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What people are saying about Balearic Islands

Overall rating

3.9 / 5

based on 754 reviews

This was a punctual, well organised, informative & enjoyable trip of the island. The coach driver Dave deserves formula 1 status for manoeuvres on the serpent drive. Sebastian was just fantastic If you do nothing else other than sun bathe…..book this tour

It was a great day!!! Punctual pick up at the meeting point, a very personable bus driver and tour guide who explained everything in four languages throughout the tour. Top organization. We recommend. We'll book there again anytime.

The tour was very good. The only problem we had was that you and the local organizer had specified different meeting times, which resulted in a very long waiting time.

Amazing caves and short enough that it was convenient to take our 9 month old

great experience. super fun, with a lot of activities.