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Cap de Formentor Outdoor activities

Our most recommended Cap de Formentor Outdoor activities

Alcudia: Dolphin Watching & Sunrise Coast Cruise with Guide

1. Alcudia: Dolphin Watching & Sunrise Coast Cruise with Guide

Savor the peace of the ocean in the early morning on a sunrise cruise from Alcudia with optional hotel transfers. See Cabo Formentor, where the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range meets the Mediterranean. Look out for dolphins, and stop at Es Coll Baix, a virgin beach in a secluded cove. Board your sunrise cruise at Port d’Alcudia, and ready yourself for a 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 in their natural habitat and get close to the wild animals thanks to the special design of your boat. On the way back, you can stop at Es Coll Baix, an idyllic beach backed by wooded cliffs. Bathe in the crystalline waters – the best way to start your day. Afterward, return to Port d’Alcudia, where your sunrise cruise comes to an end.

Alcudia: North Coast Catamaran Cruise with Meal

2. Alcudia: North Coast Catamaran Cruise with Meal

Set sail from Port d'Alcudia and discover the best coves and hidden spots of Mallorca's spectacular north coast. Choose between a daytime or sunset experience and climb aboard a catamaran to cruise along the coast. Pass a picturesque islet, the Aucanada Lighthouse, and the hidden cove of Es Coll Baix Beach. Cross the Bay of Pollença, drop anchor at Cala den Gossalba, and discover one of the most dramatic hidden coves close to the famous beach of Formentor. Take in breathtaking views of Mallorca's majestic mountains and sparkling blue sea. Cool off in the crystal-clear waters and make use of free snorkeling equipment, canoes, and standup paddle boards or just relax on the nets and enjoy the tranquil surroundings. Enjoy either a lunch or a dinner of barbecued meat, pasta salad, bread, and fruit aboard your catamaran. Then, sail back towards Port d'Alcudia and enjoy a last stop for a swim before you reach the port.  

Alcudia: Formentor Beach & Lighthouse Cruise

3. Alcudia: Formentor Beach & Lighthouse Cruise

Board a cruise and enjoy a tour of the famous Formentor beach and lighthouse from the port of Alcudia. Take a refreshing swim or snorkel in the virgin coves of Cap Pina before exploring the Cala Murta cove, the cliffs of Cap de Formento, and the lighthouse of Cap de Formentor. After leaving the Port of Alcudia, sail towards the incredible and famous beach of Es Coll Baix. You will 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.

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

4. 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 Picafort: Dolphin Watching Boat Trip

5. Can Picafort: Dolphin Watching Boat Trip

Seize the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to gaze at dolphins in their natural habitat. Embark on a boat tour from Can Picafort and take in views of the majestic island of Mallorca as you sail away looking for this charming species. Discover some local hidden gems along the way. Leave by fast boat from the Can Picafort Marina in the northern part of Mallorca. Go out in search of dolphins and allow your captain to point out these playful animals. Observe the beautiful outline of Mallorca from afar and even spot Cap de Formentor. On the way back, take some time to explore a stunning nearby cave and a cove. If weather permits, you may even have a chance to swim and snorkel in deep blue waters.

Alcudia: Boat Trip to Cap de Formentor and Formentor

6. Alcudia: Boat Trip to Cap de Formentor and Formentor

Experience a 4.5-hour boat ride from Port Alcudia to Formentor area as you admire the magical landscapes of Mallorca. Your tour to Cap de Formentor starts at the port of Alcudia. Along the way you get to see some fantastic bays, such as Aucanada, Coll Baix beach and Cap des Pinar. Enjoy the special atmosphere of the bay, relax in the tranquility, and admire the views of the sparkling sea. Let the picturesque countryside of Mallorca pass you by before taking a dip in the cool waters during a swimming stop at Formentor bay.

Port de Pollença: Bay of Pollença 2 or 4-Hour Boat Excursion

7. Port de Pollença: Bay of Pollença 2 or 4-Hour Boat Excursion

2-Hour Tour With a 2-hour tour, discover a section of the coastline in the Bay of Pollença. Start the excursion by visiting El Caló, a serene cove with crystal clear waters. Continue with a visit to the secluded Formentor beach. Go for a refreshing swim in its turquoise waters, followed by some drinks and snacks. Explore the cave on the island of Formentor. See luxurious mansions dotted along the coast as you return to Port of Pollença. 4-Hour Tour On a 4-hour tour, discover the entire Bay of Pollença on an excursion from Port de Pollença to Cap de Formentor. See the remarkable Fortaleza, a large public estate sitting on the northern peninsula of the bay. Pass the El Caló cove and sail to the island of Formentor. Enjoy the beaches, see the prestigious Hotel Formentor, and visit the majestic cave of Formentor. Continue to Cap de Formentor and explore its coves such as Cala Murta and Cala en Gossalba. Spot the imposing lighthouse of Formentor and enjoy some stops for swimming, with snacks and drinks provided throughout.

Mallorca: Alcudia Old Town, Market, and Formentor Beach

8. Mallorca: Alcudia Old Town, Market, and Formentor Beach

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. Have free time to discover the Alcudia’s traditional market, one of the most important and unique on the island. Browse stands selling a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, jewelry, leather goods and crafts. Stroll around the nearby ruins of the ancient Roman city, Pollentia. Take a boat ride along the coast from Pollensa Harbor (if the weather conditions allow it). On board a modern boat, you will have a breathtaking view of the Formentor coast with impressive cliffs and hidden coves. Stop at 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.  Finally, head to the iconic Colomer's viewpoint. Be dazzled by the picture-perfect views and the unique landscape. 

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What people are saying about Cap de Formentor

It was really great! We saw an incredible number of dolphins. Unfortunately, both my girlfriend and her two kids got really sick because the boat rocked a lot when we were standing there to see the dolphins. But that has more to do with our seaworthiness.

Really great walk. Pleasant staff. Simple but good barbecue. Access to paddle and kayak not enough compared to the number of participants. The only black point, some tourists believe that everything is allowed and do not respect anything.

Beautiful places. A very relaxed tour with an excellent guide. I highly recommend. The right time to see everything and feel the atmosphere of the places to which they take us. One of the best trips I've ever been.

Very nice ballad at sea with the dolphins at the rendezvous. We had a disabled person with us. Very pleasant people. We will keep very good memories of this small group getaway. I recommend.

A really great day at sea Nice break for swimming and diving in a lovely cove. Amazing views of the cliffs