The island of Majorca is the capital and the largest of the Balearic Islands located between Ibiza and Menorca. The authentic jewel of the Mediterranean offers everything you wish to have for a vacation: mountains, sea, culture, leisure and great weather. Make sure you rent a boat to fully explore the island. You can discover the stirring landscapes of Mallorca’s west coast on this full-day tour. Following pickup from your hotel or the cruise port, travel by coach to the UNESCO-listed Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, whose formidable limestone peaks tower over the coastline. Follow the winding roads to La Calobra, where you’ll catch a boat to the coastal village of Port Soller. After free time to do as much or as little as you want, take the tram to Soller before capping your tour with a ride through Soller Valley aboard a vintage train.
You could also rent your own boat to explore the Mallorca coast
Best of all, you do not even need a sailing or sport boat licence. Small rental boats with an engine power of up to 15 horse power at rent a boat mallorca can be hired without a licence. However, the motor boats are not necessarily seaworthy and are not available in rough seas and high waves. The owners will give you tips on particularly attractive coastal regions to visit. You will learn which bays are best for snorkelling and where you can hope for the best deserted beaches. The boats are rented by the half-day or the day and can accommodate up to four people.
A catamaran trip is a spectacular experience that you should not miss out on
Like the sailors from bygone centuries, you let the wind take you as you explore the most beautiful coastal regions of the island. Tours set off from marinas as your marine adventure begins. In some cases, the organisers offer a pick-up and drop-off service, which picks you up at your hotel or holiday home and drops you back off once the trip has finished.