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Illes Balears: Hidden Gems of Menorca South Coast Cruise

1. Illes Balears: Hidden Gems of Menorca South Coast Cruise

Relax onboard a cruise along the south coast of Menorca to discover the secrets and ancient stories related to these beautiful beaches. Enter small caves and corners that only your captain can show you. You'll be welcomed on board by the captain in the port of Cala Galdana where you can take a seat on the boat (no boat change needed). Experience the real blue of Menorca sailing through Cala Macarella, Macarelleta, Cala en Turqueta, Cala Mitjana, Mitjaneta, and Cala Trebalúger. Enjoy 20-minute stops along the way to take a dip in Cala Trebalúger, do some snorkeling, and take wonderful pictures. You will also find refreshments including soft drinks and water on board.

Menorca: Half-Day Kayak Excursion in Fornells

2. Menorca: Half-Day Kayak Excursion in Fornells

Meet at the Kayak shop in Fornells Bay by the seaside. Grab your gear and receive a briefing from your professional kayak instructor. Afterward, board your kayak from a private dock. See places along the coast that can only be reached by kayaks such as Cala Blanca, and the Cave of the English Man. Visit unspoiled coves. Discover the island’s beautiful and varied landscape. Snorkel using the provided equipment and peer beneath the surface of the ocean. Thanks to the kayak’s quiet movement you won’t scare away any fish, which makes for great snorkeling. Discover the rich marine life of the bay, which is part of the Natural Reserve of Nothern Menorca. Stop and enjoy the sun and sand of Menorca’s beaches. You’ll take several beach breaks giving you ample time for a drink or snack. After a half-day or kayaking, snorkeling and relaxing on the beach, return to the bay where you can take a quick shower at the kayak shop.

Fornells: 3-Hour Boat Tour Along Menorcan Coast

3. Fornells: 3-Hour Boat Tour Along Menorcan Coast

Cruise along the Menorcan coast on this 3-hour boat tour that begins in Fornells, and see the island's many beautiful beaches and mysterious caves. Visit the eastern and western parts of Fornells and enjoy at least two stops to swim, snorkel, or relax on the beach and enjoy typical Menorcan foods and drinks. On the route going east, visit unspoiled beaches, swim in clear waters, and discover caves hidden between rocks. On the route west, take a trip through the marine preserve and enjoy spectacular scenery that includes cliffs, beaches, and beautiful wildlife.

Mallorca: Half-Day Sea Caving Adventure

4. Mallorca: Half-Day Sea Caving Adventure

Experience the spectacular caves of Cova des Coloms on a 5-hour caving adventure. The island of Mallorca is famous for its limestone caves and Cova des Coloms is the only sea cave system where you can swim inside. You’ll be picked up at your hotel and travel by mini-bus to the starting point of your adventure. All the necessary equipment will be provided, including protective helmets and a wetsuit. After a coastal walk of about 40 minutes, you'll swim out to the cave (a distance of about 300 meters). No prior experience in sea caving is required and you don't have to go under the water. These vertical cave systems are a great introduction to caving, and the conditions make this the perfect adventure for beginners and families.

Menorca: South Cliffs and Sea Caves Kayak Tour

5. Menorca: South Cliffs and Sea Caves Kayak Tour

This kayak route is the longest and perhaps the most intense that we offer. Therefore, it is not suitable for children or those under 18 years of age. Cala En Porter, the starting point of this route, is a cove with an associated urbanization that is one of the largest on the south coast of Menorca. On the left side of the beach we will find a ramp, which will make it easier for us to enter the sea. We will leave rowing in an easterly direction, following the coastline. Right at the beginning, before leaving the cove, we will find the first small cave under the houses of the urbanization. Once we leave the cove, we can see the Cueva den Xoroi on top of the cliff, an old pirate refuge according to legend, where there is currently a famous nightclub. The first corner we find is the Alt i fondo corner, which hides a cave that sometimes cannot be seen until or in front of us. When we enter, as long as the sea is calm, we will see a small passage to the left where we can go outside. It is also worth doing it swimming with snorkels to be able to appreciate the bottom of the cave and the colors of the water at the exit. Following the coast, we find the Iosa den Pudent and next to it another cave with a narrow entrance. A few meters later is the Rincón den Pudent, with an open cave and countless fallen rocks. A good place to leave the kayak and explore the seabed swimming with goggles and snorkel. At the exit, we will find the popularly called Rincón dels Enamorats, a spectacular little corner. Next, some small caves will bring us closer to the entrance of Cales Coves, closed and protected where in summer we can see many boats at anchor. Once we leave Cales Coves behind, we will continue towards Cala Es Canutells. During all the time we will be skirting the cliffs, passing between the slabs and discovering a multitude of corners on our way as well as countless caves such as Cueva dels Magatzems, Cueva dels Suros or Cueva de Ses Atxes. Inside some of them, it is necessary to use a front to better appreciate the interior. From cave to cave, we will arrive at the entrance of Cala Es Canutells with its white sand beach and a good ramp to disembark. This activity is one way and you will return to Calan Porter by van. Transporting one driver per group. The photos taken by the guide are included in the activity. *The itinerary of the route may be altered depending on the weather and/or the monitor who will ensure the safety of the group.

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What people are saying about Menorca

A unique and very impressive experience... This cave amazed me how small and unimportant humans are in comparison. Miguel accompanied us wonderfully on this tour. The information was very exciting and humorous. The equipment is very professional and of high quality. The wetsuits were brand new. The optional cliff jump was great fun. Thanks for the nice trip.

Really recommended. We had great weather and it was fantastic on the water. The stops were great as were the delicacies of Menorah. The organization is good and punctual. We left promptly at 3 pm and returned promptly at 6 pm. There are also a few nice surprise elements during the tour. All in all an amazing experience.

It was a lot of fun, but it was also demanding! You have to be fit (swimming, jumping etc.) but you will be rewarded with great rock formations !!

Everything went well and was a great experience. Thanks to our guide Patrick, who guided us happily and carefully!

I have never seen such a beautiful and impressive cave - absolutely recommended!