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Mallorca: Island Tour with Boat & Train Ride from the South

1. Mallorca: Island Tour with Boat & Train Ride from the South

Discover Mallorca in a variety of ways on this day trip from the south. Be picked up in a comfortable and air-conditioned bus, take the famous Tren de Soller tram, and enjoy a catamaran trip to La Calobra Cove. Enjoy pickup from your hotel anywhere in Arenal, Can Pastilla, Palma, Costa den Blanes, Cala Major, Portals, Palmanova, Magalluf, Santa Ponsa, Paguera, or Camp de Mar. Take a ride on the island's legendary wooden electrical train. This is the perfect vantage point to admire the most beautiful landscapes in the Tramuntana mountain range, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Continue with a boat trip on a catamaran to La Calobra Cove. Stop for lunch, and enjoy some time at your leisure. You'll also visit the Torrent de Pareis, a narrow mouth of a torrent between two cliffs. 

The Caves of Drach Full or Half-Day

2. The Caves of Drach Full or Half-Day

On your trip to Mallorca, don't miss this visit to the Caves of Drach, located in the town of Manacor. After being picked up, head straight to the Caves. These caves are an absolute wonder, formed millions of years ago by the water pressure of the Mediterranean Sea. The Caves of Drach comprise 4 separate and gigantic caves full of impressive stalagmites and stalactites. The most interesting attraction of these caves is their 177-meter-long underwater lake, known as Lake Martel. While inside the caves, admire a light show synchronized with the melodies of a small orchestra. Finish your visit with a stop at an exhibition on Manacor's pearl farming industry. Learn all about the manufacturing process of these classic gems. Or, if you choose the full-day option, continue with a visit to the Caves del Hams, famous for its fish-hook-shaped stalactites and stalagmites—the cause of their unique shape is still unknown. Then, finish off your full-day tour with a visit to the beautiful Porto Cristo, on the eastern coast of the island.

Mallorca: Admission Tickets for Western Water Park

3. Mallorca: Admission Tickets for Western Water Park

Spend a fun day out at Western Water Park, which resembles an authentic town of the American West. Pass buffaloes and the lazy river to reach the main street where the Bank, the Sheriff's Office, and the prison are located. Hurtle down the spectacular slides that surround all these areas and feel your adrenaline rush. Shoot down the 11th highest slide in the world, The Beast. The park consists of 3 areas: Western Land, Indian Town, and El Paso. In each one of these themed zones, find a restaurant with a variety of meals on offer, and enjoy snack bars offering snacks, refreshments, and ice creams all around the park.

Tour of Formentor: Market, Beach, and Alcudia Town

4. Tour of Formentor: Market, Beach, and Alcudia Town

Visit a traditional market to meet local people and discover the sights, smells, and flavors of this region. Visit the town of Alcudia, which is a beautiful place full of history. Admire the city walls encircling the Old Town.  Then, visit Alcudia where you will stop for 2 hours. At Playa de Formentor, you'll have free time for about 45 minutes, during which you can enjoy the views and relax. Return on a coastal route with panoramic views from the seaside cliffs. 

Mallorca: Transfer to Western Park and Optional Entry Ticket

5. Mallorca: Transfer to Western Park and Optional Entry Ticket

Take advantage of a convenient transfer from your hotel to Western Park, where the fun will officially begin. Whether you’re looking for an adrenaline-filled day of near-vertical rides, or a family-friendly day out, Western Park has something for everyone. Check out ‘The Beast’ a 30-meter-high kamikaze slide or head to “Boomerang," an immense, 15-meter-high half pipe. If heights aren’t your thing, lay a towel out on one of the many green areas perfect for sunbathing. There are lockers on-site for you to safely store your belongings. Plus, a team of professional photographers will be ready to capture the best moments of the day so you can head home with a few prints of your happy memories.

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Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 326 reviews

I loved what we saw on this tour. It was so beautiful from the train, boat, and bus! Good value for the money and each stop was unique and beautiful on its own. I would highly recommend it! Yummy 2 Euro Sangria on the Boat! The bus drive up the mountain was precarious if you get car sick. There are a lot of tourists taking this tour and it gets quite long with so many pick-up stops. I would still do it again. The only negative was the drunk guys talking so loud we couldn't hear the guide(and it was morning!). We often had to go to him and ask what was said. In Spain, the culture was laid back so a tourist had to finally say something when it should have benn the guide.

It was a great trip. Lots of beautiful and peaceful places. I particularly enjoyed the tram and the train especially reserved for the group. The guide was really nice. At the end, everybody was so quiet in the return bus to the south of the island, the eyes full of wonderful images.

Very well organized tour. One highlight follows the other. I love that the guide narrates the attractions personally and there are no headphones. However, we would have wished for more time in Soller.

Everything as expected, Sa Calobra is beatiful as well as the serpentine road.

It was great, the stay in should have been longer!