Ideas for a Holidays Trip on a Boat

Boat Trip Ideas in Mallorca

With more than 250 beaches and coves, breathtaking cliff edges and turquoise waters, there is no better way to explore the island’s beautiful 554 kilometres of coastline than from a boat.

Boat trip options

The majority of boat trips are day adventures and often anchor for a while so people can soak up the stunning scenery and indulge in some swimming, snorkelling or kayaking. Sunset cruises can be booked in the evenings giving you the opportunity to enjoy the views with a glass of bubbly and sometimes even dinner.

Boat trips from Palma

Palma has a wide range of boat trips on offer, from tours around the city’s coastline to routes venturing further away to nearby resorts.

Boat trips from Illetes

Illetes is a popular destination to anchor for boat trips and yacht charters departing from Palma as it’s just a short boat ride away and encompasses three small beautiful beaches with crystalline turquoise waters, ideal for a swim.

Boat trips west of Palma

There are also longer trips departing from Palma.

Boat trips east of Palma

Alternatively, there’s the opportunity to explore the coastline east of Palma on boat trips to and from Can Pastilla and Cala Blava.

Boat trips from Palma Nova

Located on the southwestern tip of the island, there are a number of different types of boat trips available in this resorts ranging from party boats to more family-friendly trips offering swimming, snorkelling and kayaking.

Boat trips from Santa Ponça

Boat trip companies around Santa Ponça tend to explore the far south-west and its allures.

Boat trips from Sant Elm & Port d’Andratx

There are regular boat services from Sant Elm and Port d’Andratx to visit the legendary island and natural reserve of Sa Dragonera located just off the southwestern tip of Mallorca.

Boat trips from Peguera

From Peguera, there are plenty of boat trips on offer from dolphin watching trips and glass-bottom boats to snorkelling opportunities to explore the island’s underwater world.

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