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Mallorca boat excursion - Llevant Natural Park 4h
Mallorca boat excursion - Llevant Natural Park 4h
Mallorca boat excursion - Llevant Natural Park 4h 4 hours
4 hours excursion discovering the Llevant Natural Park. Highlights include Cap Ferrutx cliffs, Sa Cova Gran cave, swimming in crystal clear water of Es Caló cove, visiting scenic town of Colònia de Sant Pere and more!
Price from: €49.00
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Buggy tours in East Mallorca (Cala Millor)
Buggy tours in East Mallorca (Cala Millor)
Buggy tours in East Mallorca (Cala Millor) 4.5 hours
Hop on a buggy and explore historical monuments, stunning coastline and beautiful landscapes of eastern Mallorca. An adventurous ride you’ll remember for a long time. Three tours to choose from.
Price from: €138.00
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30 minutes jet ski circuit ride
30 minutes jet ski circuit ride
30 minutes jet ski circuit ride 30 minutes
New to Jet Skiing? Come take a practice run in the beautiful Alcudia Bay! Perfect for adults or children that want to go any speed. See what Jet Skiing is all about. No licenses necessary.
Price from: €100.00
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Palma de Mallorca 24h Hop-on and Hop-off City Tour
Palma de Mallorca 24h Hop-on and Hop-off City Tour
Palma de Mallorca 24h Hop-on and Hop-off City Tour 1 day
Explore Palma de Mallorca via Hop-on and Hop-off Tour! Ride the open-top double-decker bus and enjoy the view of the city’s history and culture.
Price from: €17.00
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Jet Ski Safari - Eagle Nest Tour 1h
Jet Ski Safari - Eagle Nest Tour 1h
Jet Ski Safari - Eagle Nest Tour 1h 1 hour
White beaches, a lighthouse, stunning cliff views, and gorgeous coves and caves. Every part of this excursion is incredible. An outstanding jet ski tour all the way to the impressive nests of the fishing birds. Approx. 1 hour.
Price from: €130.00
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Jet Ski Safari Majorca - The Pirate’s Cave 2h
Jet Ski Safari Majorca - The Pirate’s Cave 2h
Jet Ski Safari Majorca - The Pirate’s Cave 2h 2 hours
On this 2h jet ski tour, you get to make a pirate escape through coves, caves, and past beautiful islands. Take a swimming adventure through galleries, secret passages, and a crack illuminated vault.
Price from: €230.00
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Boat excursion Mallorca - Coll Baix 2h
Boat excursion Mallorca - Coll Baix 2h
Boat excursion Mallorca - Coll Baix 2h 2 hours
Hop on our fast vessel to explore Majorca’s most scenic settings. Marvel at the Alcanada island and its lighthouse, check out the stunning Cap de Menorca cliffs and Es Torrents cave, swim in Coll Baix and visit the Cap Pinar beach.
Price from: €40.00
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Mallorca boat excursion to Alcanada Island and lighthouse 1.5h
Mallorca boat excursion to Alcanada Island and lighthouse 1.5h
Mallorca boat excursion to Alcanada Island and lighthouse 1.5h 1.5 hours
A delightful trip to Alcanada - a little scenic island with its nostalgic lighthouse. Swim in the refreshing crystalline waters, wander through small pine forest while contemplating the natural beauty and history the islet possesses.
Price from: €30.00
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Tour and activity categories in Mallorca

Boat trips
Boat trips
Paragliding/ paratrike
Paragliding/ paratrike
Quad/ buggy safari
Quad/ buggy safari
Jet ski
Jet ski
Hop-on and Hop-off
Hop-on and Hop-off

Travel Inspirations - Mallorca

      Mallorca is the largest jewel of Balearic archipelago lying in the Mediterranean sea, east of mainland Spain. The island possesses dazzling popularity among European tourists, and sees an average footfall of over 6 million. Known for its unperturbed beaches and mesmerizing peaks, Mallorca also draws tourist in numbers for its cultural and historical significance. One of the best places to start your island exploration is Palma de Mallorca. Sitting right on la Bahía de Palma (Bay of Palma), this area is a  delightful mix of lengthy sandy beaches and medieval architecture, museums and tantalizing gastronomy. The majestic Cathedral which took 301 years to complete can be seen overlooking the Palma port. The dizzying peaks on the west with the sunny sky in backdrop doubles up the wholesomeness of this capital city of Mallorca. About 10km east of Palma, past the airport, is the beginning of a long stretch of white sandy beaches of Playa del Palma and resort area leading towards S’Arenal which pretty much dominated by the German tourists. On the opposite direction, about twice the distance away on the west is Magaluf, a thriving party mecca of the island. Venturing further west past Andratx, the largest settling in the southwest Mallorca and home to the 16th century Castell de Son Mas, is stretch of  coastline dotted with remote coves and the National Park of Sa Dragonera on the islet of the same name. Hop on a wooden train from Palma for an scenic and nostalgic journey to the town of Soller, passing through awe-inspiring landscapes of valleys and foothills of Serra de Tramuntana. This spectacular mountain area in northwest of Mallorca with pretty villages sitting aside limestone peaks is also a favourite haunt for adventurous cyclists, and worth exploring by car. The marine port of Soller with pleasant seafront promenade is ideal for a lazy afternoon of sipping cold beverage and sampling local and international gastronomies. If you have a side for breathtaking views then Mallorca won’t disappoint as it has too many, but for an experience of lifetime, take the climbing road from Port of Pollença and head towards Cape de Formentor that goes over to dizzying heights and looks out to the ocean. This 13.5 km drive is a beatifying experience with its majestic cliffs and maddening views. While visiting the north, why not climb 365 steps of the Calvari up the sanctuaries and pilgrimage point of Pollença for stunning views down below? Alcudia - the 13th century town encircled by medieval wall is also worth a visit. Try out cliff jumping in Cala Sant Vicenç to experience the quietest corners of coastal Mallorca along Platja de Coll Baix. As you trace the coastline towards the eastern side of Mallorca, you will  come across Parc Natural de S’Albufera, abundance with bird species while Artà is a place to be for fascinating historic monuments. Featuring tough hiking trails with hard to beat views, it is also known for its less-crowded beach resorts like Canayame. The stretch from Cala Millor to Cala D’or features numerous gorgeous beach resorts, with hidden coves awaiting to be explored. Cap de Ses Salines marks the most southern point of Mallorca with piles of massive salt cones to visit. It overlooks the two islets with pristine coves, visitable via one of the sailing trips from nearby resorts. A short drive westward is the famous virgin beach of Platja des Trenc - a 3km stretch of protected unspoiled white dune beaches with transparent waters. The central part of Mallorca is most popular for its stupefying vineyards and glorious rustic charm. The small hamlets in this region, picturesqueness views from outstanding locations and wonderful hiking and biking trails, draws people in number to ‘the interiors’ of Mallorca. Despite being one of the most developed tourist destinations in Europe, there are still plenty of amazing and less-explored corners of Mallorca if one is willing to step out of the crowded resort zones. Summer is the peak season of Mallorca when prices of accommodation soar. Although winter can be quite chilly, the island is a year-round destination with spring and autumn attracting outdoor and nature lovers.