Situated at the end of a 40-minute hike north of Puerto Pollença, Cala Boquer (also known as Vall de Boquer or Boquer Valley) is a beautiful secluded rocky bay with clear, refreshing water and abundant sea life. A wonderful snorkellers paradise.
This stunning 300-metre deep bay ends at a small pebbled beach that is surrounded by limestone cliffs, some as high as 360 metres. The bay is the best anchoring area in the coastline from Cap Formentor to Cala Tuent, making it very popular among yacht owners.
There are no facilities available at the beach. The closest stop for supplies is back in Port de Pollença, so make sure you bring with you all that you need for the day. Do remember that you have to carry it and, please, take it home with you again. Let’s try and keep this beach in the unspoilt state in which we found it.
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Location: Port de Pollenca (Puerto Pollensa)
Venue Style: Beach
Activities: Sailing | Snorkelling | Swimming