A boat trip is a great thing to do in Mallorca during your holiday. There is a wide range of boat trips departing from Alcudia to explore Mallorca's coast: catamaran trip with snorkeling stops, a boat to Formentor Beach, glass bottom boat in Alcudia Bay, a sailing boat, speed boat… We also offer great boat trips from the neighbouring resort of Puerto Pollensa.
Enjoying a catamaran excursion in Mallorca is ideal during your summer holidays on the island. From Puerto Alcudia and Puerto Pollensa we have fantastic tours where you will have a great time.
We have a wide selection of entrance tickets for the main tourist attractions in Mallorca, the most popular boat trips in Alcudia and Pollensa, and the best evening shows… For sure you will find what you are looking for!
Find below some suggestions for excursions, tours, activities and attraction tickets in Mallorca in Winter. By clicking on the activity you can see all the relevant info with prices, dates, photos, videos and reviews. Not everyone loves the sun and that's why we have a great selection of activities for winter in Mallorca. Unfortunately, not everything remains open in winter, but here are some great options of things to do in Mallorca.
The national park of Cabrera has been visited by all the great civilizations of the Mediterranean: Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Byzantines ... because of its strategic position and its beauty, now with us you will have the opportunity to discover Cabrera and its islands with one of our excursions. Also, all our boat trips include the visit to the Blue Cave / Sa Cova Blava, one of the main attractions of Cabrera, where we will arrive by boat, so you can experience unique sensations while swimming in its blue waters.
Mallorca is the perfect destination for families with children thanks to its family friendly hotels and the wide range of activities it offers. We have the best deals on things to do with children in Port Alcudia and Mallorca. Here you will find family activities and attractions for children during your holiday on the island from different resorts located in the north.
Find below some suggestions for guided walking tours in Mallorca. By clicking on the activity you can see all the relevant info with prices, dates, photos, videos and reviews. If you can't find what you are looking for, send us an email and we will find it for you. We can also tailor walking tours to your needs.
Horse riding in Mallorca is a great experience, and in the North area of the island, we have many options. These are great excursions which will put you in contact with nature as you saddle up and feel like a real cowboy!
Visit the Mallorca caves for one of the highlights of your holiday. Check the options below to help you plan which of Mallorca's caves you want to explore. Click on the activity to find all the information with photos, videos and reviews.
When the sun goes down there’s still plenty to do in Mallorca. If you are looking for something to do in Alcudia in the evening you will be spoilt for choice with the choice of nightlife. You will find beautifully decorated chill-out bars, lovely terraces facing the sea, charming interior patios and nightclubs to dance until the sun comes out again. Although if you are looking to live a night to remember you must join us one one of out evening tours. You can experience a night packed with dancers, acrobats and gymnasts at Pirates Adventure in Magaluf. Another fantastic option is Son Amar, also in the south of the island. There you will be dazzled all night with a combination of classic dancing, flamenco, singing, comedy and magic.
If you want to rent a boat in Mallorca, you can see below some ideas and some catamaran and boat rental prices. If you can't find what you are looking for, please send us an email as we have many options on boat and catamaran rental in Mallorca.
If you are a group of friends or a large family, renting a boat with a captain to take you out for a day of relax and fun to visit some beautiful coves and to swim, snorkel and perhaps have a go at stand up paddle, could actually work out cheaper than booking places on a shared boat tour, with the added bonus that you get the boat all for yourselves.
Many times, despite being a resident in Mallorca, we can find people living here who do not know the island in depth.
If you are coming on a stag or hen weekend to Mallorca, and you will be staying in the north area of the island, we have prepared a selection of different excursions and activities to spend a fun and unforgettable party: boat trips or catamaran, multiadventure activities, sailboat trips, jet ski tours, speed boats, quad biking.
If you need a transfer from the north area of Mallorca, we have different options to transfer any number of passengers from there to any point on the island with a selection of vehicles available from minibuses to double decker coaches. We can also offer transfers between the different Balearic Islands by boat, Mallorca airport transfers or Majorca taxis.
Alcudia’s waterpark Hidropark is a great option to spend a day of your holiday having fun without moving from the resort. In Mallorca, you will also find two other water parks: Aqualand Arenal (the biggest water park in Mallorca) and Western Water Park (a wild west themed park), both situated in the south of the island.
Mallorca is the ideal place to enjoy water sports and activities. There is a wide range of activities from stand up paddle to diving to snorkelling to kitesurf to kayak! Below you will find more information and by clicking on the title of the excursion will see photos, maps and customer reviews.
Mallorca’s gastronomic culture is another one of the many aspects that make the island so attractive. You can’t say you have experienced Mallorca until you have tasted some of the many dishes that it is known for and treated yourself to it’s local beers and wines. Even though Alcudia is a small town, its gastronomic culture is extremely rich. It has a strong fishing tradition, but it is also a great place to savour some delicious tapas and is home to lots of bakeries too.
In the old town of Alcudia, wine from all over the island can be enjoyed in a great amount of charming patios. There’s also a passion for beer in Alcudia and you shouldn’t miss out on the opportunity of visiting the local brewery.
There are many things to do in Mallorca so if you are on holiday on the island for a short time like a week or two weeks, it is very difficult to choose which are really the best things to do in Mallorca, which places to visit are unmissable and which activities you just HAVE to try. Everyone is different and your preferences differ when you are travelling with family, children, adults, teenagers, groups of friends, couples… So we have put together a list of the very best activities in Mallorca: you must not leave the island without doing at least one thing on this list:
Being an island, a boat trip is the obvious top choice. But how to know which boat trip is the best one for you?
We like excellent value for money so our top choice is a catamaran excursion in Mallorca. Regardless of where you are staying, you will find an excellent catamaran departure close by. The catamaran tours generally last around five hours and take you sailing to a nice cove that you wouldn’t otherwise be able to reach, where you can sunbathe onboard, snorkel, swim or use the kayaks or stand-up-paddle boards provided. Food and drinks are often included and the price is normally quite economical.
The great thing about Mallorca is that being an island, there are a great many boat tours on offer from all beaches and resorts – logically the bigger resorts have a wider selection – so if you don’t fancy the catamaran tour, you have a wide selection of boat trips available. Perhaps you want to try an exclusive sailboat tour with food and drinks included and with your own captain to take you to whichever coves or beaches take your fancy. Or perhaps you are travelling with small children and prefer a simple pleasure boat cruise around the bay on a glass bottom boat.
Are you looking for a bit of an adrenaline rush? Have you ever been parasailing? Well this is the perfect activity to try. Plus, it’s great for the whole family as children from five years old can participate.
You will drive out to sea on a speedboat and take it in turns to fly up into the air on an open parachute and will be towed by the motorboat, allowing you to glide through the air and feel the adrenaline rush through your veins as you do so. Depending on the wind conditions you can parasail together with one or more members of your family.
The Challenge in Mallorca is a fun-filled activity, packed with excitement and adrenaline. On one magnificent adventure you get to try kayaking, snorkelling, cliff jumping and coast trekking. The whole adventure takes place on a beautiful, rugged cove in Alcudia with amazing views and great conditions for this kind of activity. The Challenge is an excellent morning or afternoon out for teenagers or young adults that want to have a great time and meet like-minded people. The Challenge is one of the top things to in Mallorca and is not to be missed.
Mallorca is famous for its “Calas” or coves. Being an island, there is an endless choice of beaches and coastline for all styles. Do you want to relax on an empty virgin cove and feel like you are on a desert island? Or do you need facilities, bars and sunbeds?
Here we recommend our top five coves to visit in Mallorca:
1. Caló des Moro: Considered one of the best coves in Mallorca, Caló des Moro is also one of the busiest in summer. Such is its popularity that car access to the beach is restricted. To get to Calo des Moró you must park in Cala Llombards, and walk about 30 minutes to Calo des Moró. Despite all this, the cove is spectacular. It is surrounded by high cliffs in a sea inlet, with crystal clear and multi-coloured waters. When you see it from the top, you are already speechless.
2. Cala San Vicente: Near the beautiful town of Pollensa, considered one of the most beautiful towns in Spain, we find Cala San Vicente. It is located in a small tourist nucleus that barely has 3 or 4 hotels, and which continues to preserve its calm character and leisurely pace. Cala San Vicente consists of 4 different coves: Cala Barques, Cala Clara, Cala Molins and Cala Carbo. Our favourite is Cala Molins. The beach is made of fine sand and has hammocks and umbrellas. Its waters are crystal clear and transparent.
3. Cala Agulla: This fabulous cove with fine white sand is located near Cala Ratjada. The beach more than 600 metres long, so even though it is a popular cove, there are no problems finding a place. Its seabed is gorgeous, with sand and various colours, which gives it that particular charm, and is one of the reasons why it is among the best coves in Mallorca.
4. Cala Mondrago: Near Santanyi, we find the Mondrago natural park, in which we find the cove with the same name. A beautiful inlet surrounded by a beautiful landscape, crystal clear waters and a beach of fine white sand. A true paradise, which is not surprising that it is on our list of the best coves in Mallorca.
5. Sa Calobra: Located in the Sierra de Tramuntana, the natural area of Sa Calobra is possibly one of the most spectacular areas in Mallorca, with amazing scenery. At the mouth of the Torrent de Pareis we find the Sa Calobra Cove, wedged between two high vertical walls of rock. Its location leaves you speechless, and you will see more people taking photos than sunbathing.
The Caves of Drach are considered the 8th wonder of the natural world and a visit should be one of the top activities in Mallorca on your list of things to do. The visit inside the Caves of Drach lasts approximately 80 minutes. You follow the route through the caves, marvelling as each cavern is bigger than the last and more impressive as you progress. The highlight of your visit will be the classical music concert inside the caves by the side of Lake Martel, one of Europe’s largest subterranean lakes. During the visit you will also witness a magical light show that recreates the sunrise.
For maximum adrenaline and fun, don’t hesitate to book a jet ski tour. On this adventure you will bound over the waves, delighting as the spray flies up around you. The jet ski experience is made in small groups and takes you to secret coves where you can snorkel and swim before climbing back onto your jet ski for more adventure on the sea.
One unmissable place to visit on your holidays in Mallorca is its capital Palma. This city has it all and more: shop til you drop in one of the most cosmopolitan shopping cities in the Mediterranean; get lost in the maze-like old town with its charming squares, haunting narrow streets and famous courtyards; visit Palma Cathedral for some serious culture, history and stunning architecture; take a boat tour of its extensive port and harbour, zipping in and out of the cruise ships and yachts; spend a day at the Bellver Castle with some of the best city views and Mallorca’s History Museum; or explore the tapas and restaurant scene, where you really can lose yourself in the tastes and the aromas of the authentic Mediterranean. There are also many guided tours and other activities available to help you make the most of your time in Palma.