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.
The main ways of doing this are, depending on your budget, to charter a yacht or hire a boat; or take a boat trip with one of the many companies located all around the island. The latter is a popular option for being the most cost effective and easy to organise and, of course, you don't need a skipper licence; as they usually offer scheduled departures so you just have to turn up and enjoy your day.
|Popular Boat Trips in Mallorca|
|Palma Bay||Alcudia & Pollença Bay||Cabrera Island||Sunset Boat Trips|
|Departing from Palma, Playa de Palma, Palma Nova||Departing from Port d'Alcudia, Port de Pollença||Departing from Colonia de Sant Jordi, Sa Rapita, S'Estanyol||Departing from Palma, Port d'Andratx, Port de Soller, Port de Pollença, Port d'Alcudia, Cala d'Or|
|Duration 1h to full day||Duration 1h to full day||Duration 2h to full day||Duration 2h to 6h|
Note that most of the boat trips around Mallorca are seasonal, starting from April and finishing in October.