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Alcudia/Can Picafort: Sunrise Dolphin-Watching Guided Cruise

1. Alcudia/Can Picafort: Sunrise Dolphin-Watching Guided Cruise

Savor the peace of the ocean in the early morning on a sunrise cruise from Alcudia with optional hotel transfers. See Cabo Formentor, where the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range meets the Mediterranean. Look out for dolphins, and stop at Es Coll Baix, a virgin beach in a secluded cove. Board your sunrise cruise at Port d’Alcudia, and ready yourself for a 99% chance of seeing dolphins. Sail to the majestic cliffs of Cabo Formentor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the Serra de Tramuntana. Discover the dolphins swimming in their natural habitat and get close to the wild animals thanks to the special design of your boat. On the way back, you can stop at Es Coll Baix, an idyllic beach backed by wooded cliffs. Bathe in the crystalline waters – the best way to start your day. Afterward, return to Port d’Alcudia, where your sunrise cruise comes to an end.

Alcudia: Formentor Beach & Lighthouse Cruise

2. Alcudia: Formentor Beach & Lighthouse Cruise

Board a cruise and enjoy a tour of the famous Formentor beach and lighthouse from the port of Alcudia. Take a refreshing swim or snorkel in the virgin coves of Cap Pina before exploring the Cala Murta cove, the cliffs of Cap de Formento, and the lighthouse of Cap de Formentor. After leaving the Port of Alcudia, sail towards the incredible and famous beach of Es Coll Baix. You will pass by the lighthouse of the unique island of Alcanada.  After a refreshing dip, head towards the virgin coves of Cap Pinar, where you can go snorkeling. Continue the journey to the bay of Pollença and enjoy the secluded beach of Es Caló, a small untouched beach where one of the most expensive mansions in Mallorca is located: La Fortaleza.  Continue the route to Formentor Beach to go to one of the most beautiful small coves in Mallorca, Cala Murta, then head towards the majestic cliffs of Cap de Formentor in the Serra de Tramuntana. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, this beach will allow you to see the wildest side of the majestic lighthouse of Cap de Formentor.

Mallorca: Ticket for Caves of Drach with Pickup Service

3. Mallorca: Ticket for Caves of Drach with Pickup Service

On this scenic adventure, descend below the ground to explore the Caves of Drach. Relax with the convenience of a bus pickup service combined with your entry ticket. While in the caves, marvel at the natural rocky structures and enjoy a short recital of live music. Your tour to the Caves of Drach begins with a bus pickup service from the nearest meeting point to you in Mallorca. The duration of the pick up service depends on your location. Arrive at Porto Cristo and descend the 121 steps to enter the Caves of Drach. Continue your tour of the Caves of Drach through an itinerary defined. The tour are not guided, you discover it by yourselve with a tour brochure which you can take with a QR code. When you arrive to the auditorium you will be able to enjoy of a short recital. The duration of the recital is 10 minutes. After the last chord has played out across the water and limestone, take a brief boat ride across the lake for a closer examination of the detail in the cave formations, or go on foot over the bridge. Once you've finished exploring the rooms of stalactites and stalagmites, make your way to the exit. Before returning to your desired drop-off point, take a moment to walk around the port of Porto Cristo. If you wish, pop in to the shop of Pearls of Mallorca to commemorate your experience with a pearl or other souvenir. Finally, return on the bus to your original meeting point to conclude your tour.

Mallorca: Island Tour with Boat, Train, and Hotel Transfer

4. Mallorca: Island Tour with Boat, Train, and Hotel Transfer

This tour is known as the "Island Tour of Mallorca" because it is a journey that allows you to discover towns, such as Sóller, Port of Sollers, cliffs as La Calobra and the coastline of northwest of Mallorca around the Serra de Tramuntana using different means of transportation such as train, tram, and boat. The journey starts by taking a vintage train from Palma to Sóller, a charming town with a beautiful square and a historic church. There is not time to visit this town because when you arrive, you will board the historic wooden tram, which will take you on a scenic ride through orange groves and picturesque villages to Port de Sóller where the boat to La Calobra will be waiting- This part of the journey is particularly breathtaking, as you'll get to see the rugged cliffs and crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean up close. Upon arriving at La Calobra, you will have free time to explore the area, which includes a beautiful beach and a natural stone arch. You can also visit the Torrent de Pareis, a stunning gorge carved by a mountain stream. Finally you will take a bus to back to the meeting point Overall, the tour is a perfect way to experience some of the most beautiful scenery and charming towns of Mallorca. The route can be done in reverse depending on the schedule of the train and tram provided and the route with the boat can be changed for a panoramic route with bus to arrive to La Calobra, if there is bad weather conditions to sail. *In these cases there is not any compensation.

Mallorca : Blue Cave Boat Tour with Snorkeling

5. 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.

Puerto Pollença: Ferry to Formentor Beach

6. Puerto Pollença: Ferry to Formentor Beach

Explore the beautiful Pollença Bay on a catamaran boat trip. Take in the beautiful views of the area as you sail to the stunning Formentor beach, where you will stop to enjoy the wonderful surroundings. After departure, set off on the scenic cruise along the coastline. You can buy a refreshing soft drink from the bar aboard the catamaran. Enjoy the views as you sit back and relax during the journey, which takes about 30 minutes. Admire the beautiful rock formations and rugged coastline on the way. Observe the abundant flora and fauna that lies underneath the water thanks to the glass bottom of the boat. Upon arrival at Formentor beach, enjoy some free time for swimming or sunbathing. Feel free to bring your own snorkeling equipment so you can explore underwater. Choose your own return departure time, and enjoy the beautiful surroundings at your leisure.

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

7. 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.

Mallorca: Alcudia Old Town, Market, and Formentor Beach

8. Mallorca: Alcudia Old Town, Market, and Formentor Beach

See the best of northern Mallorca on an all-day excursion over land and sea. Walk down old streets, relax on the beach and admire the stunning beauty of the Spanish island’s coast. Start your day by exploring the charming and historical city of Alcudia, situated on a small peninsula between the Bays of Pollensa and Alcudia. Discover history in every corner and see remains of Roman cities, templar walls and castles scattered throughout the municipality. Have free time to discover the Alcudia’s traditional market, one of the most important and unique on the island. Browse stands selling a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, jewelry, leather goods and crafts. Stroll around the nearby ruins of the ancient Roman city, Pollentia. Take a boat ride along the coast from Pollensa Harbor (if the weather conditions allow it). On board a modern boat, you will have a breathtaking view of the Formentor coast with impressive cliffs and hidden coves. Stop at Formentor Beach, one of the most beautiful and well-known beaches of Mallorca. Use the hour-long break to enjoy taking a walk, a swim or sunbathing on the white sand.  Finally, head to the iconic Colomer's viewpoint. Be dazzled by the picture-perfect views and the unique landscape. 

From Puerto Pollença: Boat Cruise Ticket to Cap de Formentor

9. 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: Caves of Hams Entry Ticket with Transportation

10. Mallorca: Caves of Hams Entry Ticket with Transportation

Explore the hidden wonders of Hams' Caves with entry tickets and a roundtrip transfer from your location in Mallorca. Let yourself be captivated by unique formations in the shape of hooks, and witness unparalleled magic as you pass through the various halls of illuminated caves. The duration of the visit is around 1 hours. Your trip to the Caves of Hams begins with a bus pickup from your address or the nearest meeting point in Mallorca. The duration of the route to the caves depends on the location of your hotel. After arrival, enter with included tickets and explore the caves at your own pace. From the moment you enter, you'll be amazed by the charming botanical garden of the Cueva Redonda. This underground cave, which remained closed for millions of years, is now open for you to see. Before returning to your drop-off point, take a moment to walk around the port of Porto Cristo (20 minutes) or if you prefer you can use this time to visit the shop-exhibition of pearls of Majoricas where you can purchase a pearl or souvenir to commemorate your experience. Finally a bus to return will be waiting.

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4.7
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I am speaking on me and my girlfriend's perspective here. We like tours where the guides take us to the famous and important places and let's us get loose and give us the freedom to explore on our own so that we can "feel" the place at our hearts content. This tour was exactly like that. Our tour guide Georgio was very polite and never complained about the time we spent at each place. The above tour choice may not suit everybody's needs or desires, but it did work perfectly for us.

The trip was a lot of fun with smiles all over the time - felt a bit like a rollercoaster. We saw a lot of dolphins including a mother and her calf swimming closely together. The guide was giving us good recommendations where else to visit and made nice spins at the end. My daughter loved it.

Was amaaaazing when we did the trip. Saw dolphins and snapped some amazing pics. The “captain” sailing / driving? the speed-boat was very on point with the knowledge about where we could spot dolphins and so forth. All in all, super experience!

Thoroughly enjoyed the activity. Next time I’ll wear a jumper as it definitely got quite chilly, especially going up to the viewing point in Formentor!

Thanks to our SUPER guide William! It was passionate