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Alcudia: Formentor Beach & Lighthouse Cruise

1. Alcudia: Formentor Beach & Lighthouse Cruise

Leave the Port of Alcudia towards the beaches of the north coast, specifically towards the incredible and famous beach of Es Coll Baix, and pass by the lighthouse of the unique island of Alcanada.  After a refreshing dip, head towards the virgin coves of Cap Pinar, where you can go snorkeling. Continue the journey to the bay of Pollença and enjoy the secluded beach of Es Caló, a small untouched beach where one of the most expensive mansions in Mallorca is located: La Fortaleza.  Continue the route to Formentor Beach to go to one of the most beautiful small coves in Mallorca, Cala Murta, then head towards the majestic cliffs of Cap de Formentor in the Serra de Tramuntana. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, this beach will allow you to see the wildest side of the majestic lighthouse of Cap de Formentor.

Formentor: Alcudia Old Town, Market, and Boat Excursion

2. Formentor: Alcudia Old Town, Market, and Boat Excursion

See the best of northern Mallorca on an all-day excursion over land and sea. Walk down old streets, relax on the beach and admire the stunning beauty of the Spanish island’s coast.   Start your day by exploring the charming and historical city of Alcudia, situated on a small peninsula between the Bays of Pollensa and Alcudia. Discover history in every corner and see remains of Roman cities, templar walls and castles scattered throughout the municipality.   After visiting the old town, you will have free time to discover the Alcudia’s traditional market, one of the most important and unique of the island. Browse stands selling a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, jewelry, leather goods and crafts and stroll around the nearby ruins of the ancient Roman city, Pollentia.   Then, take a boat ride along the coast from Pollensa Harbor. On board a modern boat, you will have a breathtaking view of the Formentor Cape with impressive cliffs and hidden coves.   Your next stop will be Formentor Beach, one of the most beautiful and well-known beaches of Mallorca. Use the hour-long break to enjoy taking a walk, a swim or sunbathing on the white sand.     The final stop will be the iconic Colomer's viewpoint. Be dazzled by the picture-perfect views and the unique landscape. 

From Mallorca: Guided Day Trip to Menorca

3. From Mallorca: Guided Day Trip to Menorca

The excursion begins with a journey from Puerto de Alcudia to Ciutadella, aboard a fast ferry with services such as free Wi-Fi, a snack bar and a duty free shop. Once in Ciutadella you will travel to Monte Toro, the highest point in Menorca at 358 meters. From there you can see the entire contour of the island and, if the day is clear, you will see Mallorca. You have 30 minutes of free time. Our next destination is Fornells, a fishing village where the town and its people live around the port, one of the largest on the island. You will continue the tour to Maó, where you can see the capital and most cosmopolitan city on the island of Menorca, led by our guide with a guided tour of the old town. You have 2 hours of free time. Then, we will stop at Binibeca, a picturesque fishing village where you can stroll among the pristine white houses and through the narrow streets. Finally we will return to Ciutadella to visit the old town, and explore this beautiful town full of charm and history. You will have free time until boarding time.

Alcudia: Llevant Nature Park Cruise

4. Alcudia: Llevant Nature Park Cruise

Depart from the port in Alcudia and sail across Alcudia Bay to the coastline of the Llevant Nature Park. Discover a protected nature reserve with unspoilt scenery. First, stop at Cap Ferrutx, a location lined with breathtaking cliffs rising up from the sea. Sail inside the largest cave of northern Mallorca and marvel at its stunning interior. Continue along the coastline of the park, admiring the magnificent views as the vessel makes its way to the next stop, Es Caló. Discover a cove of crystal-clear waters that is fairly difficult to access yet boasts some of the finest snorkeling spots on the island. Enjoy a cooling swim in this marine paradise.

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What people are saying about Alcudia

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 8 reviews

The excursion was very nice. In Alcudia you have enough time to stroll over the city walls and go to the market. However, if you want to take a closer look at the city, you should plan a whole day. We continued by boat to the beach of Formentor. Here about 1 hour free time to enjoy the beach. Then we took the bus to Cap Formentor. The view is really gorgeous. There was enough time to enjoy the view and take photos. But perfectly adequate.

A very nice tour! Recommended in May, as there are fewer tourists and the beaches are therefore not too crowded. The stops were fantastically beautiful, crystal clear water - ideal for swimming and snorkeling. However, a vest should not be missing for the boat trip in May. The water was pretty cold... but keep your eyes shut!

It was a very cool trip! The captain was very knowledgeable and had lots of fun facts and tidbits. We were able to get off the boat for a swim and Formentor beach is beautiful!

Very nice trip! Very nice guides. A lot of fun, unfortunately too short Beautiful beach in Formentor and the market in Alcudia highly recommended.

Very entertaining great tour along the east coast to the north. Highly Recommended.