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Can Pastilla: Our most recommended tours and activities

Mallorca: Catamaran Cruise to Malgrats and Isla del Toro

1. Mallorca: Catamaran Cruise to Malgrats and Isla del Toro

Enjoy a relaxing cruise from Mallorca to the Malgrat island marine reserve and Isla del Toro. Choose to leave from Paguera, Santa Ponsa, Playa de Palma, Arenal, or Can Pastilla. Get access to two bars on a spacious catamaran with an underwater vision deck.  Board the catamaran at your meeting point in Paguera,  Playa de Palma, Arenal, or Can Pastilla, or Santa Ponsa. Sunbathe on deck as you make your way to the protected waters of the Malgrat island marine reserve. Anchor in a beautiful bay where you can take a refreshing swim. Have the option to stay dry onboard and purchase delicious drinks and snacks from one of the two bars or work on your tan on the upper deck. Venture below deck view the seabed from the family-friendly underwater vision deck.  Continue to the waters of the Isla del Toro island where you can continue to explore underwater landscapes. Search for marine life like stingrays, octopuses, and over 400 species of stunning fish. Return to your meeting point in Paguera or Santa Ponsa at the end of your tour. 

Can Pastilla: Sailboat Tour with Snorkeling, Tapas & Drinks

2. Can Pastilla: Sailboat Tour with Snorkeling, Tapas & Drinks

Explore the beauty of Mallorca's rugged coastline on this sailboat with your own Captain through the bay of Palma. Relax with some cava and tapas, or go snorkeling or swimming if you like; the choice is yours.  Meet your Captain at the port of San Antonio, hop aboard, relax and enjoy the ride. Cruise past rock formations, stop at beautiful coves, and soak in the views. Then, splash into the clear waters to swim, snorkel, or paddleboard. If you are lucky, you might even spot the local marine life that lurks underneath. Feeling hungry? Don't worry; you can tuck into a selection of tasty tapas accompanied by cava, beer, or some soft drinks to clench your thirst. This is an unforgettable experience living it up that you won't want to leave. 

Cap de Formentor: Market, Beach, and Alcudia or Sineu Tour

3. Cap de Formentor: Market, Beach, and Alcudia or Sineu Tour

Visit a traditional market to meet local people and discover the sights, smells, and flavors of this region. On Sundays visit the town of Alcudia, which is a beautiful place full of history. Admire the city walls encircling the Old Town.  On Wednesday visit the town of Sineu, which is equally beautiful. At beautiful Beach "Playa de Formentor", you'll have free, time depending on the weather, during which you can enjoy the views and relax. Return on a coastal route with panoramic views from the seaside cliffs. 

Can Pastilla: Kayak Rental

4. Can Pastilla: Kayak Rental

Take a sea kayak out on the open water with a 2-hour rental leaving from Can Pastilla in the Balearic Islands. Experience the calmer sea from sunrise to about 1 PM or at sunset from 4 PM in the afternoon.  Consider heading to the islet of Sa Galera about 150 meters to 175 meters from the coast of Can Pastilla. This area stands out for its archaeological site from the time of the Phoenicians between the 4th century and 2nd century BC. There you can make a stop to visit the islet, swim, snorkel, and take in the views of the city of Palma. If you’d like, continue the excursion to Portixol or a little farther to the cathedral of Palma.

Can Pastilla : Stand-up-paddle rental

5. Can Pastilla : Stand-up-paddle rental

Have a great experience on a stand-up-paddle board from the beach, Ca'n Pastilla, in Palma. Enjoy this water sport around the bay during your vacation time by your own, with friends or family. This is the most popular spot recommended in Mallorca, for all ages, with a pleasant and cosmopolitan atmosphere during the whole year. Have a break and take some spare time to experience this opportunity exploring this enjoyable place very close to the city center.

Southern Mallorca: Es Trenc & Colonia de Sant Jordi Day Trip

6. Southern Mallorca: Es Trenc & Colonia de Sant Jordi Day Trip

Unwind on a stunning wild white sand beach with crystal clear waters. Explore other nearby beaches and locations such as Ses Covetes, Peguera, Portals Nous, and Magaluf. Relax and have a cold drink in town as you take in the beautiful sights. Get picked up and travel to Colonia de Sant Jordi by bus, where the guide will provide you with fascinating information about the former fishing colony and the surrounding area. Immerse yourself in a natural protected area, close to the Salinas del Trench where the traditional salt flower is harvested. Make your way along the beautiful trail that takes you to the stunning Es Trenc Beach, only a few minutes away. The beach has kilometers of natural white sand for your leisure to enjoy for hours. Marvel at the crystal clear waters and the unspoiled and wild sandy area of Mallorca, with a nude area nearby. Enjoy beaches closer to the meeting point and at the end of the day relax and grab a refreshing drink in the town.

Mallorca: Serra de Tramuntana Day Tour

7. Mallorca: Serra de Tramuntana Day Tour

Travel through the history, culture, and cuisine of Mallorca on this tour, accompanied by a local guide. After getting picked up from your hotel, begin your journey along the Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  Your first stop will be the Hermitage of Valldemossa, a fascinating chapel where you can admire panoramic views of the area. Enjoy a short 10-minute walk to reach the chapel and be rewarded for your efforts with a sample of freshly-baked ensaimada, a traditional Mallorcan desert. Then, leave Valldemossa behind and head to the Miramar Monastery, a monastery that was converted into a summer house for Archduke Luis Salvador and his illustrious guests.  First, visit the old mill, before continuing to the Archduke's living residence. Here, admire extravagant interiors and discover legends of the impressive Byzantine Gardens as you admire the views of the sea.  Finish your tour of the monastery with a sample of Quelitas crackers with cheese, a daily delicacy for most Mallorcans. Finally, head to the Sóller Olive Oil Mill, located in a traditional Mallorcan house. Enjoy a private tour of the premises from one of the owners, and learn about the family business and the olive oil production process, as well as orange harvesting.  End the day with a traditional Mallorcan lunch of "pa amb oli", including local rustic bread, tomatoes, olives, cheese, ham, and olive oil. For dessert, enjoy a Gató, a typical almond cake from the island.  Sip on wine, water, and delicious freshly squeezed orange juice as you savor your lunch before heading back to your hotel.

Mallorca: Bike Rental in Can Pastilla

8. Mallorca: Bike Rental in Can Pastilla

Discover the beauty of Mallorca by bike and rent a bicycle per day or week for a fair price at the Can Pastilla bicycle rental, on the southwest part of the island. Discover the area of Palma at your own pace and decide for yourself how long you would like to ride on two wheels. Use the bike paths in Mallorca and go on a tour from Ballermann to Palma, for example, and enjoy the countless wonders of the beautiful landscape. Ride through the old city of Palma and marvel at the narrow alleyways and beautiful back houses. Stop at various places for tips, like which paths provide the best bike rides.

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What people are saying about Can Pastilla

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 261 reviews

First we were picked up punctually at the agreed point by a very modern, well air-conditioned and clean bus. Then all other participants were collected. In Palma, the guide then began to explain the area on the way to Alcudia in several languages. In Alcudia we had about 1 1/2 hours to explore the old town and the market. Then we went on to the viewpoint at Cape de Formentor. Half an hour was enough time for beautiful photos. Then we went to the Formentor beach. Here we had about 2 1/2 hours of free time. It was beautiful there but also very crowded. This was followed by a boat tour (about 30 minutes) to the port of Pollenca. The bus picked us up there and brought everyone back to the pick-up point. Overall it was a long tiring day in the heat but the trip was worth every penny!

Good day to enjoy Alcudia and Formentor beach. The day begins with a pick-up from your hotel and then a visit to Alcudia with free time to see the city and enjoy the market. Perhaps you expected to see something more traditional in the market that is nothing more than a typical market. But what is really interesting is getting lost in the streets and enjoying the town. Afterwards we went to Formentor beach where we had free time to eat and take a bath (it is important to bring a towel), although the views are beautiful, the beach is very small and there is hardly any room. And to finish a trip of half an hour to enjoy the views.

We had a wonderful trip. Andreas the captain was so professional and full of information-without droning on! We enjoyed the calm pace of the boat, particularly when the sails went up. The food was lovely and a great choice of drinks. We swam, there was paddle boarding, snorkelling and relaxing available. The boat takes up to 12 people, there were 9 of us and so we had a wee bit more space. It’s not a mad, party boat, which suited us!

It was a perfect match. The variety, the mix and the free time to explore everything alone was just awesome. Market, the view from Formentor, swimming and the ship.

The tour was great, our guide Alejandro was very competent and knew a lot about the history of Mallorca.