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Santa Ponta or Peguera: 4-hour Dragonera Island Boat Cruise

1. Santa Ponta or Peguera: 4-hour Dragonera Island Boat Cruise

Discover the famous natural park of Dragonera Island in Mallorca. Embark along the southwest coast aboard an elegant catamaran with submarine vision and a top deck. Arrive at the uninhabited island and take an hour to explore. Swim in the cove or visit the museum before heading back. Depart in the morning and feel the fresh air as you pass Cala Fornells, Campe de Mar, Cala Llamp, Puerto de Andratx, and San Telmo. Take advantage of the top deck of the catamaran and sunbathe or take in the sights. Once you arrive at the island, take the time to walk around and explore. Learn about this totally uninhabited place, that used to be known as a refuge for pirates. Appreciate the lack of hotels, construction, and other evidence of humans. If you're interested in the fascinating history, enter into the historic museum and learn more, or admire the natural environment and take a swim in the refreshing cove. On the way back, stop for a swim at a bay with crystalline waters.

Andratx: South Mallorca Coastal Boat Tour with Snorkeling

2. Andratx: South Mallorca Coastal Boat Tour with Snorkeling

Meet your captain at 10:00 AM in the exclusive port of Andratx and hop onboard your private boat for the day. Set sail towards the scenic Dragonera Island, passing through an array of beautiful coves along the way.  Go snorkeling in search of colorful marine life, then get back on the boat for some sunbathing as you cruise north along the coast. Arrive at Sant Elm and visit a traditional restaurant for a delicious paella lunch (price not included). Admire stunning views while you eat, and soak up the charming atmosphere of the Mediterranean. 

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Overall rating

4.0 / 5

based on 785 reviews

It was a good tour for the price, nice staff, good vibes with music on board and drink prices were reasonable too. The swimming area was super nice, the only downside was that the 15 minutes that are intended for cooling off are over quickly. But it's fun to jump about 4 meters from the ramp into the water a few times. The Ibsdlz is very large on foot and if you are seriously interested in it you need more time, but an hour is enough for a boat trip, a small tour and a dip on the island.

10/10 experience - would definitely recommend! We did the four hour trip and opted out of the lunch reservation and stayed on the boat the whole time. Our captain, Alex, was amazing. He told us about the island as we cruised around and brought us to a few different coves where we anchored the boat and swam/snorkeled, etc.

Two small flats to note: the cruise provides a commentary in French; there are few comments and the "guide" does not speak French... If you want to learn things about this island, this is not the outing you should choose. The stop on the island is a bit short and deserves at least half an hour more.

We had fun and the workers were so friendly and helpful. We really has a good time.

Wonderful tour and super great guide (Alex)! Thank you for the beautiful day.