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Dolphin & whale watching

Our most recommended Cap de Formentor Dolphin & Whale Watching

Alcudia: 3-Hour Coast & Dolphins Small Group Cruise

1. Alcudia: 3-Hour Coast & Dolphins Small Group Cruise

Board your sunrise cruise at Port d’Alcudia, and ready yourself for 99% chance of seeing dolphins. Sail to the majestic cliffs of Cabo Formentor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the Serra de Tramuntana. Discover the dolphins swimming their natural habitat. Thanks to the special design of your boat, you’ll be able to get close to the dolphins. Escape the hustle and bustle of the world and savor the peace of the ocean in the early morning. On the way back, you can stop at Es Coll Baix, an idyllic beach. Bathe in the crystalline waters– the best way to start your day. Afterward, return to Port d’Alcudia.

From Can Picafort: Dolphin Watching and Cave Trip

2. From Can Picafort: Dolphin Watching and Cave Trip

Discover the beauty of the north coast of Mallorca on this excursion from Can Picafort. Sail past stunning views of the Sierra de Tramuntana, swim in the clear waters of the Es Coll Baix, and smile at the dolphins' playful antics. Explore the waters by Cap de Pinar and a sea cave. Board your boat and sail to Cabo de Formentor, a UNESCO natural heritage site with views of the Sierra de Tramuntana. As you cruise, watch dolphins swimming, jumping, and diving in their natural habitat. If you choose the morning option, anticipate an incredible sunrise over the water. Next, pass through Cap de Pinar, an idyllic beach surrounded by nature. Head into a sea cave and admire the sunlight reflected on the rocks. Finally, go for a relaxing swim in Es Coll Baix, a beautiful cove with beautiful turquoise waters, before returning to Can Picafort.

Alcudia: Llevant Peninsula Nature Reserve Private Boat Tour

3. Alcudia: Llevant Peninsula Nature Reserve Private Boat Tour

Go on an unforgettable experience on a cruise around Llevant Peninsula Nature Reserve. Feel relaxed in the exclusive atmosphere of your own private boat. Contemplate the calm of the sea at dawn and admire the sunrise. Keep an eye on the waves and spot dolphins in their natural habitat. Practice snorkeling in the caves and crystal-clear waters of one of the most beautiful marine reserves in Majorca. Discover the Natural Park of Llevant. Relax on the beach of Formentor and discover Mallorca's most famous lighthouse.

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What people are saying about Cap de Formentor

Fabulous, everything was perfect. The skipper explained everything to us beforehand so that we weren't surprised by the 45 minutes at sea before joining the dolphins. Once there, he maneuvered superbly to get us as close as possible to the dolphins. It was wonderful. The return was also great, with a stop near the caves and cove then a little dip. The boat is at water level and only holds 12 people, I recommend +++

This activity was truly amazing! I recommend it to all people who love dolphins. With a nice rubber speed boat we came very close to dolphins and saw them very well. There were a lot of them! And after we went to a sea cave and a beach. But the dolphins were the most spectacular!

The whole experience was great: even if we didn't get to see dolphins, the journey and the view would have been worth it. The dolphins were inquisitive and majestic. Time well spent.

We went on 8am trip and saw many dolphins. It was nice being with small group as everyone had good and open view.

Fantastic experience and you see lots of dolphins my young daughter of 4 had a great time