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  • Mallorca: Skip the Line Palma Cathedral Entry Ticket

    1. Mallorca: Skip the Line Palma Cathedral Entry Ticket

    Skip the lines to Palma Cathedral, built by the Crown of Aragon on the site of a Moorish-era mosque. Started during the reign of Jaime II, the magnificent sandstone monument is a work of ecclesiastical art. It comprises of 3 naves, including the main nave that houses the Trinidad Chapel where the remains of the kings Jaime II and Jaime III can be found. Admire highlights of the façade, such as the imposing columns of the main door and the sculptures by Guillermo Sagrera on the south facing Portal del Mirador. Discover additions made by the architect Antoni Gaudí in the early 20th century, along with works by the artist Miquel Barceló in the Santísimo Chapel.

    Wonderful cathedral. I recommend visiting the cathedral in the morning to avoid the crowd

  • From Ibiza: Beach Hopping and Paddle Cruise with Drinks

    2. From Ibiza: Beach Hopping and Paddle Cruise with Drinks

    Step aboard your cruise from San Antoni harbor and breeze along the dazzling Ibiza coastline with either a small or private group. While traveling, take in the pleasant sights from the water and indulge in a variety of fresh fruit and refreshing soft drinks. Dock at and discover two amazing cream-colored beaches, Cala Bassa and Cala Conta. Spend one hour at each unique beach to sunbathe and swim in the clear waters. As you hop between the beaches, catch a glimpse of Es Vedra and Conejera.

    Return to the boat to travel leisurely over to a secluded bay where you'll practice some paddle boarding and snorkeling. Your guide will assist you throughout, making sure you have a safe experience.

    Very enjoyable and well worth the money paid. I went with my 17yr old son who just wanted to jump off the boat and dive into the crystal blue water, where as I enjoyed the leisurely boat trip and visit to the two beautiful coves, that we later returned to by bus as they were so stunning. The commentary along the route was informative, it’s nice to learn something about the area you are visiting from those that know the stories best. Soft drinks and snacks were plentiful, even for a hungry overgrown child, pastries, fruit and cakes were lovely. Staff on the boat were friendly and happy. Really good day out, thanks

  • Mallorca: Palma Aquarium Ticket

    3. Mallorca: Palma Aquarium Ticket

    See marine life from the world’s oceans with an entrance ticket to Palma Aquarium in Palma de Mallorca. Home to over 8,000 animals and 700 different species, the aquarium opened in 2007 and organizes environmentally focused activities Enjoy a wide variety of interactive experiences that combine education with fun suitable for anyone over 8 years old. Take part in workshops and other adventures, such as the popular diving with sharks and rays, the Shark Sleepover and many more. Look at Europe's deepest shark tank and watch sharks and jellyfish swim above your head. Search for clown fish and the black widow tetra in the 25 aquariums of the Tropical Seas. Experience a tropical rainforest on the largest roof-top garden in Spain and much more.

    The aquarium is great. You should definitely get an earlier entrence than 3:30. They close at 5pm and one and a half hours is not enough time to explore everything. I definitely recommend buying the ticket here because you can just skip the line and walk right in.

  • Mallorca: Hidropark Alcudia Entrance Ticket

    4. Mallorca: Hidropark Alcudia Entrance Ticket

    Enjoy a day splashing about on the different water slides and pools at Mallorca's Hidropark. Make any summer day become an unforgettable experience and a great memory. Located in Alcudia, the park is ideally situated for those staying in the resorts of Alcúdia, Ca’n Picafort and Puerto Pollença. Slide down the spiral and super slalom, try to walk across giant water balls, splash about in the wave pools, and more. You can relax in the sun, always in sight of the kids, who have float boats, bouncy castles and super jumpers to play with. 

    Good day out.. different level of slides for all abilities .. best to pre pay for the day as avoids long ques to gain entry. Prices for food and drinks about 5euros. So make sure you take money with you.. did spot a few people with picnics even thou it does say no food to be brought in..

  • Port Mahon: 1-Hour Harbor Cruise with Underwater Views

    5. Port Mahon: 1-Hour Harbor Cruise with Underwater Views

    Start the tour by boarding the catamaran at the inner part of the port, just below the old city of Mahon. As you set off, see the Spanish Navel Base, coves and inlets, mussel beds, and beautiful summer houses on the Northern side of the port. During the journey, listen to historical commentary as you learn about the English-American Cemetery, the Quarantine Islands of Flat, Lazareto Island, and the Fortress of Isabel II (La Mola) at the mouth of the port. When you reach the sheltered and clear waters of Es Clot de la Mola, outside the port, the boat will slow down. Here, take the opportunity to go down into the underwater chambers and discover the marine life or enjoy a drink or ice cream on the sundeck. Sailing back into the port, enjoy wonderful views of the remains of Sant Felip's Fort and the former British military town of Es Castell. See the charming fishermen cove of Cales Fonts ...

    Informative and a nice way to see Mahon and some under water life. Would defo recommend

  • Palma Bay: Catamaran Cruise

    6. Palma Bay: Catamaran Cruise

    Embark on a cruise on a modern catamaran through beautiful Palma Bay. Depart from the Arenal Nautical Club and sail towards Cap Enderrocat and Cala Vella, which are protected environmental areas. Enjoy a relaxed atmosphere throughout the cruise. Drop anchor at a beautiful location and enjoy 90-minutes for swimming or sunbathing. You can also do some snorkeling with all equipment provided.  Enjoy some finger food based on traditional Majorcan cuisine, with a drink included (if option selected).

    The trip was very pleasant, even if we cruise only for approx. 1 hour and 40 min (1 hour and 20 min we stayed in one place). The catamaran wasn't crowded maybe because we booked a sunset cruise. The food was average, nothing special but Sangria was good. I think staff should be more organized with this cruise (for example they didn't anchor the catamaran facing the sun during the swimming time). Overall, 8.7/10!

  • From Ibiza: Return Ferry Ticket to Formentera

    7. From Ibiza: Return Ferry Ticket to Formentera

    Take the fast 30-minute ferry from Ibiza to the neighboring island of Formentera, the last paradise of the Mediterranean. Arrive at the ferry terminal and exchange your voucher for a ferry ticket. Board one of the ferries with frequent daily scheduled departures, choosing the time that best suits you.   Once in Formentera, you can rent a car, a motorbike, a bicycle or use the tourist bus. Stay overnight on the island and return on another day of your choice. Return anytime within 6 months.

  • Ibiza: 3-Hour Cliff Kayaking Tour with Snorkeling

    8. Ibiza: 3-Hour Cliff Kayaking Tour with Snorkeling

    Start the activity on the beach of Cala Talamanca bay. Begin by paddling east along the coast, passing various sandy beaches. Arrive at the Punta des Andreus, a peninsula with three scenic caves for you to explore. Continue towards Cap Martinet, a narrow outcrop of land and rock, where the folds of the rock layers and erosion have created beautiful rock formations. Passing this headland, arrive at a small bay where you will discover the pebble stone beaches of Cala Martinet and Cala Roja. The entire coast here is made up of cliffs and small beaches which can only be accessed by sea. Stop here for some swimming and snorkeling, before returning to the starting point.

  • 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.

  • Bodegas Vi Rei: Vineyard and Train Tour with Wine Tasting

    10. Bodegas Vi Rei: Vineyard and Train Tour with Wine Tasting

    Enjoy a spectacular train ride and get an up-close look at wine production in the heart of Mallorca on this all-encompassing winery tour. Meet your guide at the winery's entrance gate and immerse yourself in the history of Mallorcan wine and Bodegas Vi Rei. Then, explore the best-kept vineyards on the Balearic Islands on a panoramic train ride. Admire views of the endless fields of vineyards along the coastline. Afterwards, enjoy a guided tour of the production area. See the grape entrance, fermentation hall, barrel storage area, and the bottling line. Finish your tour in the tasting room, where you will try 4 wines and a selection of Vi Rei local delicacies.

    the tour and the train ride were lovely. the only downside is the wine is not that great

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What people are saying about Balearic Islands

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 2,120 reviews

Very enjoyable and well worth the money paid. I went with my 17yr old son who just wanted to jump off the boat and dive into the crystal blue water, where as I enjoyed the leisurely boat trip and visit to the two beautiful coves, that we later returned to by bus as they were so stunning. The commentary along the route was informative, it’s nice to learn something about the area you are visiting from those that know the stories best. Soft drinks and snacks were plentiful, even for a hungry overgrown child, pastries, fruit and cakes were lovely. Staff on the boat were friendly and happy. Really good day out, thanks

The boat tour was very nice. All drinks and food were included. The choice of stops was very varied. We liked the bay best, because we could jump into the water from the boat. And, for example, go snorkeling or stand up paddling. Unfortunately, there were very few stand up paddles, so that you could only get on the board for a very short time. All in all very recommendable.

Super nice team - Pedro, Andres and Jordi! Great morning kayaking from San Tomás to Cala Galdana. We really enjoyed the challenge of toppling our kayak twice and the strong waves upon arrival.

Definitely saved waiting in a huge line. So easy to organise too.

Nice to buy tickets in advance Tip add possibility to visit tower