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Mallorca: East Coast Glass-Bottom Boat Trip

1. Mallorca: East Coast Glass-Bottom Boat Trip

Choose from a variety of boarding locations and discover many beautiful beaches, coves, and caves of the eastern coastline of Mallorca. Enjoy a brief swimming stop for approximately 10 minutes, depending on favorable weather conditions. Spot various sea creatures via the glass bottom of the boat. Pass by scenic locations of the northeast coast including Cap Vermell, Cova del Nord, Canyamel, Cala Bona, Cala Millor, Sa punta d'Amer, and Sa coma. As you continue along the southeast coast, see notable natural landmarks such as S'illot, Cala Morlanda, Cala Petita, Porto Cristo, Cala Romantica, Cales Varques and Cales de Mallorca.

Mallorca: Trike Tour Around Cala Millor

2. Mallorca: Trike Tour Around Cala Millor

Start your trike tour with a briefing and then drive via Son Servera towards Capdepera. After the briefing, hop on your very own trike. Each Trike is for 1 driver and 1-2 passengers for a total of 2-3 people (passengers can be added during check-out). On the way, see the impressive Sant Salvador Castle. Your first stop is at a breathtaking viewpoint at Cala Torta with a view toward Menorca. Take photos with a fantastic backdrop of the sea in the background. Then, take the serpentine road to Bonany Monastery. After enjoying the view over the east coast, continue to Santuari Salvador, a beautiful monastery and the highlight of the tour. From here, enjoy the fabulous view over the whole island. Next, drive via Porto Cristo back to the starting point in Cala Millor, where your tour ends.

Mallorca: Half day Mini Jeep Tour in Cala Millor

3. Mallorca: Half day Mini Jeep Tour in Cala Millor

The guided Mini-Jeep tour begins in Cala Millor and takes you into the mountains or to the beach. Experience curvy roads with lots of driving fun, spectacular views and insights into the natural world of Mallorca. Choose between a 3-hour (included in the off road) tour and 4-hour (sightseeing) tour. Drive your Mini Jeep on safe side streets and have a lot of fun. Explore the diverse world of Mallorca and take breaks for photos along the route. The Jeep buggies used for the tours are real eye-catchers. Drive around the island with a smile on your face. A car driving license is required, but helmets are not, so you can enjoy the ride with the wind in your hair!

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What people are saying about Sa Coma

Hello everyone, our tour guide was called Maik and he was really top notch. You felt super comfortable, he talked to you and showed you the best spots around Spain. There was also ample supply of drinks. The tour time was really good and you saw an incredible amount of the island! It was taken into account and also waited if you didn't come immediately afterwards! PS: My friend still has a pipe in his pants, maik knows about it. Greetings from Hamm!

Great team, great guide. We were able to flexibly switch to a buggy. We are enthusiastic and can recommend them with a clear conscience and would take part in a tour again at any time. All the best for the team, you are great!

Super reliable and organised... beautiful landscape and view... we will definitely do it again... Our guide Jürgen was fantastic, thank you very much.

Some very beautiful routes, with incredible views, and very friendly people

Great tour and everything very uncomplicated at any time again