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Mallorca: Visit the Caves of Hams

1. Mallorca: Visit the Caves of Hams

Journey to a world of crystalline caverns with tickets to Hams' Caves in Porto Cristo, Mallorca. Discover the mystical chambers of the caves and marvel at their magnificent stalactite formations. Experience the natural acoustics during a classical concert on the Sea of Venice, an underground lake. Witness the caves' peculiar fish-hook-shaped formations. Explore the 3 main caves, starting with the round cave. Step into its botanical garden with many species of free-flying birds that are native to the island. Experience its special micro-climate that promotes its distinct vegetation. Enter the blue cave to watch the educational documentary, Discovering the Past, presented with blue lighting using cutting-edge LED technology. Learn about the history of Mallorca, its first inhabitants, the formation of the Hams' Caves, and their discovery. Admire Samson’s pillars, the plains of Fra Mauro, and the Pit of Hell, where, in a natural auditorium, they will present Genesis, the history of life, a frenzied time-lapse from the Big Bang to the present day, projected onto the very rock-face of the cave.  See the 12 galleries of the main cave. On the underground lake of the Sea of Venice, enjoy a musical show inspired by the Carnival of Venice with laser lights projected onto the walls of Hams' Caves accompanied by Mozart music.

Mallorca: East Coast Glass-Bottom Boat Trip

2. Mallorca: East Coast Glass-Bottom Boat Trip

Choose from a variety of boarding locations and discover many beautiful beaches, coves, and caves of the eastern coastline of Mallorca. Enjoy a brief swimming stop for approximately 10 minutes, depending on favorable weather conditions. Spot various sea creatures via the glass bottom of the boat. Pass by scenic locations of the northeast coast including Cap Vermell, Cova del Nord, Canyamel, Cala Bona, Cala Millor, Sa punta d'Amer, and Sa coma. As you continue along the southeast coast, see notable natural landmarks such as S'illot, Cala Morlanda, Cala Petita, Porto Cristo, Cala Romantica, Cales Varques and Cales de Mallorca.

The Caves of Drach Full or Half-Day

3. The Caves of Drach Full or Half-Day

On your trip to Mallorca, don't miss this visit to the Caves of Drach, located in the town of Manacor. After being picked up, head straight to the Caves. These caves are an absolute wonder, formed millions of years ago by the water pressure of the Mediterranean Sea. The Caves of Drach comprise 4 separate and gigantic caves full of impressive stalagmites and stalactites. The most interesting attraction of these caves is their 177-meter-long underwater lake, known as Lake Martel. While inside the caves, admire a light show synchronized with the melodies of a small orchestra. Finish your visit with a stop at an exhibition on Manacor's pearl farming industry. Learn all about the manufacturing process of these classic gems. Or, if you choose the full-day option, continue with a visit to the Caves del Hams, famous for its fish-hook-shaped stalactites and stalagmites—the cause of their unique shape is still unknown. Then, finish off your full-day tour with a visit to the beautiful Porto Cristo, on the eastern coast of the island.

Palma de Mallorca: Los Deltas Jet Ski Tour

4. Palma de Mallorca: Los Deltas Jet Ski Tour

Begin the activity with an explanation on how to operate your jetski, as well as some safety guidelines. Then, hop on your jetski and ride to Cap Rocat and the protected coastal area of Los Deltas. Enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings on your jetski with views of high cliffs, ancient caves, and turquoise waters. Stop in Cala Vella where you can have a swim or snorkel in the crystal-clear waters. Finally, ride back to base coasteering through the Cala Blava and Son Veri areas.

Mallorca: Glass-Bottom Catamaran Along the East Coast

5. Mallorca: Glass-Bottom Catamaran Along the East Coast

Departing from your chosen location, this deluxe catamaran tour will set sail along the east coast of the island of Mallorca on board a modern glass-bottom boat, allowing you to discover the fascinating underwater marine life along the way. This catamaran trip is the best way to discover the beaches, caves and coves of the east coast of Mallorca. There are two different routes available on this tour:  North Route:  This tour to Punta de n'Amer, you will get to visit Porto Cristo, Sa Coma, Cala Millor, Punta de n'Amer, Cala Petita and Cala Morlanda, where you will get to stop for 20 minutes to enjoy a refreshing bath. South Route:  This route includes a visit to the beaches from Porto Cristo to Cales de Mallorca, discovering a pirate's cave, Cala Mendia, Cala Anguila, Cala Romantica, and the cave of Cala Falcó and Cala Varques. Do not miss the chance to enjoy a beautiful boat trip and capture unforgettable moments on your camera.

Palma de Mallorca: Caves, Cliffs and Coves Boat Tour

6. Palma de Mallorca: Caves, Cliffs and Coves Boat Tour

Admire the dramatic features of Mallorca's southwest coast on a guided cruise from Palma Bay. Dive into the pristine waters, catch a glimpse of the world beneath the waves as you snorkel, or soak up the sunshine on deck. Departing from Palma Bay, discover the southwest coast of Mallorca with its dramatic cliffs, beautiful bays, secluded spots, and unique beaches. Witness the natural beauty of the island by boat with plenty of photo opportunities. Watch the light play off the walls of sea caves, swim in Mallorca's clear waters, and sunbathe on deck during the cruise before being returned to the departure point in Palma Bay.

Santa Ponsa: 3-Hour Marine Reserve Kayak Tour

7. Santa Ponsa: 3-Hour Marine Reserve Kayak Tour

Discover the southwest coast of Mallorca, the perfect area to practice kayaking, filled with cliffs and rock formations that provide a stunning landscape, and lots of sites to explore. Enjoy a fun tour that provides excellent exercise and the perfect opportunity to get out onto the water.  First, arrive at the meeting point or, if you are staying in a hotel located within the mentioned areas, benefit from a hotel pick-up by choosing the relevant option when booking. Then, get kitted out with all the necessary materials and information from the guide. Listen as they explain in detail some paddling techniques, the tour route on a map, and the safety procedures. Hop into your single and double kayak which are very stable and easy to maneuver. The seats have a backrest for more comfort during the trip. Follow your guide throughout the tour as they show you the best places and ensure your safety. When you're ready to set off, paddle along the coast towards the Malgrats Islands marine reserve. During the journey, visit caves, walk on a small beach and explore the natural pool. Enjoy the opportunity to have a swim here in the crystal-clear waters and take a rest, before returning to the start point. From here, if you've chosen the hotel drop-off option, enjoy a convenient return transfer back to your accommodation.

Mallorca : Blue Cave Boat Tour with Snorkeling

8. Mallorca : Blue Cave Boat Tour with Snorkeling

Embark the boat and explore the wonderful Blue Cave that is only accessible by the sea. Start this adventure, discover the cave, and enjoy the unique atmosphere.  The name of the cave comes from the effects that the light causes when entering through the rocks reflecting with the crystalline waters. Pass by magnificent nature and discover some wonderful coves throughout the tour. Enjoy a refreshing swim at a beautiful location and take in the atmosphere.

Port de Pollença: Bay of Pollença 2 or 4-Hour Boat Excursion

9. Port de Pollença: Bay of Pollença 2 or 4-Hour Boat Excursion

2-Hour Tour With a 2-hour tour, discover a section of the coastline in the Bay of Pollença. Start the excursion by visiting El Caló, a serene cove with crystal clear waters. Continue with a visit to the secluded Formentor beach. Go for a refreshing swim in its turquoise waters, followed by some drinks and snacks. Explore the cave on the island of Formentor. See luxurious mansions dotted along the coast as you return to Port of Pollença. 4-Hour Tour On a 4-hour tour, discover the entire Bay of Pollença on an excursion from Port de Pollença to Cap de Formentor. See the remarkable Fortaleza, a large public estate sitting on the northern peninsula of the bay. Pass the El Caló cove and sail to the island of Formentor. Enjoy the beaches, see the prestigious Hotel Formentor, and visit the majestic cave of Formentor. Continue to Cap de Formentor and explore its coves such as Cala Murta and Cala en Gossalba. Spot the imposing lighthouse of Formentor and enjoy some stops for swimming, with snacks and drinks provided throughout.

Palma: Caves of Genova Admission and Self-Guided Tour

10. Palma: Caves of Genova Admission and Self-Guided Tour

In 1906, the Caves of Genova were discovered just a few minutes from Palma. During prehistoric times, the natural caves served as a habitat and refuge. Experience their natural beauty, which the water has been sculpting over the past centuries. Enjoy a self-guided tour of the caves, located in the residential neighborhood of Genova. Explore a series of underground limestone galleries linked by naturally formed corridors Tour the caves at your own pace. Descend 36 meters, and admire vast domes, majestic columns, water pools, and tunnels.

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What people are saying about Mallorca

Overall rating

4.1 / 5

based on 979 reviews

Once in a lifetime experience! Great planning of the trip & experienced staff to help anyone in need. Swimming from the sea ti the entrance of the cave and then swimming & climbing inside the cave. I will definitely do it again in the future. The only thing I would suggest is to provide a more detailed description, as I believe this exeperience is not suited for middle aged people with bad physical condition.

We went to porta cristo which I had been to by bus so this was so nice to see at sea. Then I was so glad I was allowed to get off at Playa radjada because after 2 hours I felt sea sick. So 3 hours in this resort was lovely rather than just staying g on the boat. Then going on the slide was mega fun on the return and seeing caves

At the beginning there was the surprise that the ticket did not have to be exchanged. I walked the 2km there in advance. This is specifically pointed out when booking. The ride itself was very nice and varied. The on-board staff is very careful that everyone reaches their destination.

I loved the tour, the caves are bigger and more impressive than we expected. I think the photos fail to capture all its beauty.

Very nice play of light! Must visit if you are in the area.