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Cala Figuera

Cala Figuera

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From Cala Figuera: Boat Tour to Cala Marmols & Caló de Moro

1. From Cala Figuera: Boat Tour to Cala Marmols & Caló de Moro

We explore the coast of Santanyí where we will sail along hidden coves, a wild coastline and pristine beaches with crystal clear water. We will leave from the picturesque Pier of Cala Figuera at cruising speed towards Cala Santanyí and Es Pontàs, a peculiar rock formation that constitutes the ancient entrance to a cave. We will continue towards Cala Llombards and sa Cova des Fum, passing by es Caló des Macs. From here we will continue to Es Caló des Moro and S’Almunia, and we will have the opportunity to discover some of the small caves that the smugglers used as hiding places. We highlight the beauty of Caló des Moro with its always clean turquoise blue waters and the allure of S’Almunia with its typical huts and fishermen’s barracks. Our visitors will have the opportunity to swim from the boat in Caló d’es Moro or in S’almunia, (40 min) depending on the direction of the wind. If you select the option "Calo de Moro y Cala Marmols" you will extend your journey up to continue towards the virgin beach of Es Màrmols , which can only be accessed by boat or on a hiking trail. Along the way, you will be able to observe the intact beauty of this part of the island and the interesting maritime quarries of Es Bauç, where they cut blocks of sandstone to be transported by sea. Once in Es Màrmols you will have about 45 minutes to take a bath from the boat and enjoy this privileged place on the island.

Alcudia: Boat Trip to Cap de Formentor and Formentor

2. Alcudia: Boat Trip to Cap de Formentor and Formentor

Experience a 4.5-hour boat ride from Port Alcudia to Formentor area 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 Aucanada, Coll Baix beach and Cap des Pinar. 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 Formentor bay.

From Puerto Pollença: Boat Cruise Ticket to Cap de Formentor

3. From Puerto Pollença: Boat Cruise Ticket to Cap de Formentor

Embark on a boat trip from Puerto Pollença and admire the beautiful landscapes of the northern mountain range of Mallorca. Take in the impressive cliffs, the old lighthouse, and the hidden Cala Murta as you sip on drinks on board. First, board the boat en route to the cape. As you reach Cape Formentor, marvel at its spectacular centenary lighthouse. Gaze at the massive cliffs where Eleonora’s falcon nests in the winter. If time permits, you'll then cross the cape to reach the beautiful Cala Figuera, and see the unique island of Colomer. On the way back, pass by Formentor beach where you will be able to disembark. Kick off your shoes and feel the sand as you stroll on the pine-clad beach. Then, take a dip in the hidden nature reserve cove at Cala Murta, accessible only by boat or trails from inland. Finally, board the boat again and take in the views of the mountains as you re-route through the waters. Take in the scenery from the water with a drink on board, available for purchase.

Mallorca: Private Wine Tour with Tasting and Picnic

4. Mallorca: Private Wine Tour with Tasting and Picnic

Your 4-hour private tour begins with a pick-up at your accommodation or cruise ship and a drive to the countryside, where you’ll be introduced to a beautiful Mallorquin winery. Take a walk around the vineyard, and enjoy a tour around the winery, accompanied by the winemaker. You’ll learn about the wine-production and aging processes during the tour. Then you’ll have the opportunity to taste a selection of the wines, accompanied by delicious Mallorquin tapas. At the end of the tour and tasting you can purchase some of the wines, if you like, before the transfer back to your hotel, finca, or ship.

Cala San Vicente: Cruise on the Northern Range of Mallorca.

5. Cala San Vicente: Cruise on the Northern Range of Mallorca.

If you embark on our boat, we will take you to Cala de Sant Vicenç. It will be an unforgettable trip where, in addition, to admiring the beautiful scenery of the Northern Range, you will be able to enjoy a swim in one of our coves. *Coming back, we will pass Formentor beach, where you will be able to disembark and enjoy the day, making use of a *timetable of departures to return or being able to carry on to Puerto de Pollença.

Mallorca: Private Full-Day Cruise on a Luxury Speedboat

6. Mallorca: Private Full-Day Cruise on a Luxury Speedboat

Explore the enchanting beaches of Mallorca and their adjacent remarkable coasts with the utmost comfort and ultimate ease as you move around the islands' unique attractions on a stunning speedboat. Whether you are travelling by boat or anchored, this cruise is the ideal opportunity to experience the most wonderful time of your holiday with your loved ones! Explore the hidden gems and pristine landscapes of Mallorca's southeastern coasts with our expertly crafted daily cruises. From secluded coves to turquoise waters, each stop promises a new discovery. Porto Cristo is a charming fishing village that captures the essence of picturesque beauty. Its ideal location is at the end of a long, sheltered bay adorned with delightful turquoise waters. While the southern region of Mallorca unveils a breathtaking and rugged coastline. This picturesque expanse offers mesmerising sea views with unspoiled villages. We have plenty of time to swim, take pictures and use the water toys (paddleboard, snorkelling equipment, seabob) while drinks and snacks are provided.

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What people are saying about Cala Figuera

Overall rating

4.3
(138 reviews)

A charming coastal walk in small groups. a very pleasant way to admire the coast from the sea, to discover the superb coves (still crowded at the end of September) and sea caves. We even had the pleasure of crossing paths with dolphins on the way back! The captain's comments are very summary but sufficient. We really enjoyed being only 8 on the boat.

It was great. The guide was very nice and made a great effort to ensure that you always had a good view of the destinations you were heading for. The time for snorkeling/swimming in the bay was short but ok. The return trip at full throttle through the waves was also fun.

I would recommend the boat except for the man who works at the bar. He didn't have a welcoming way but other than that it was good.

Everything was great all around - spectacular views of the cliffs and the bays.

Full view, very pleasant, I recommend for the reasonable price