What you are going to see in Mallorca on board of Barcos Azules is a World Heritage Site by Unesco.
Let yourself be surprised and experience the hidden Mediterranean: cliffs, coves, caves and beaches of sand and pebble, crystal clear waters and sea beds that appear making you feel in nature’s paradise.
The orography of the Serra de Tramuntana gives the north coast a singular beauty. Where the passage of time has outlined this spectacle with the backdrop of mountains, it hides the most impressive natural landscapes of the island, which can only be reached by boat.
Discover the best places to enjoy the summer, surrounded by nature and remember your holidays with a smile.
The wide fleet of boats that we put at your disposal allow you to live a unique experience.
Stay on board one of our ferries that feature wide decks, large windows and a panoramic top deck. Prepare the camera and and become absorbed as you contemplate the majestic spectacle that you can only discover from the sea.
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A unique experience at your fingertips, enjoy as a couple, with family or friends on one of our private and personalized charters.
The boat rental service with skipper allows you to enjoy total freedom of movement and schedules, the pleasure of relaxing while cruising on board with tranquility in the hands of our experienced staff while you discover the most remote and exclusive places of the north coast.
Contact us and we will prepare your experience according to your wishes and schedule - you will be surprised.
Barcos Azules has boat departures every day at numerous times so you can choose the option that best suits your stay in Mallorca.
After an hour of navigation through a place without equal, in La Calobra you will find two coves. The first is a small sandy beach with small pebbles about 30 meters long. It is a cove with crystal blue turquoise waters, where you can enjoy snorkeling while admiring the magnificent seabed.
The second cove, popularly known as the Torrent de Pareis, a must visit, is somewhat larger measuring about 100 meters and, as its name suggests, is located at the mouth of the Pareis torrent.
In this protected enclave you will not find sunbeds, hammocks or umbrellas. Only nature.
In the area of the port of the Calobra you can find services, restaurants where you can eat all kinds of food, from an elaborate dish to a simple snack.
Cala Tuent is the largest natural virgin cove in Mallorca.
Perhaps it will seem familiar to you when you see it, since countless advertisements have been shot in its surroundings, attracted by the spectacular natural beauty of its waters and sunsets.
Barcos Azules has all kinds of boats that depart, daily and at different times, to this emblematic Mallorcan cove.
In this protected enclave you will not find sunbeds, hammocks or umbrellas. Only nature
It has a unique restaurant with spectacular views over the bay where you can eat and try Mallorcan cuisine.
Getting to Cala Tuent by boat is a real spectacle. Its small jetty already gives some clue of the authenticity of a place where it seems that the passage of time stopped years ago.
You can not miss the excursion to Cala Tuent if you travel to Mallorca eager to know the most authentic, natural, wild and hidden side of the island – the most charming of the Mediterranean.
Barcos Azules has all kinds of boats that depart, daily and at different times, to the magical Mallorcan enclave.
One of the most beautiful views of the Serra de Tramuntana and the coast is enjoyed from the sea.
Sa Foradada is the most emblematic rock and possibly one of the most photographed in Mallorca. Its pier lacks services, but you have a very picturesque restaurant where you can eat paella prepared on an open fire and other typical Mallorcan cuisine.
Our experienced crew on board of Barcos Azules will take you in comfort from the Port of Sóller.
Sa Foradada (“the hole” if translated literally into English) is a peninsula of the Serra de Tramuntana that gets its name from the huge hole it has in one of its rocks which is visible from many points of the Serra de Tramuntana.
Sa Foradada is the ideal place to go whether you travel as a couple, with family or alone.
It is a boat trip that the residents of the island always recommend to visitors because the crossing is beautiful and the arrival to Sa Foradada is of unsurpassed beauty.
They say that the sunset from Sa Foradada is one of the most impressive and beautiful in the world. Are you going to miss it?
Barcos Azules has all kinds of boats that depart daily and at different times, to the magical Mallorcan enclave.
Deia is world famous for being a refuge for artists dating back decades, so don’t be surprised to find yourself bumping into one in Cala de Deia.
Cruising with Barcos Azules, our experienced crew take you in comfort from the Port of Sóller to the jetty.
The pier of Cala Deia is perhaps the most photographed in Mallorca and appears on all typical postcards.
It is a cove of rocks and pebbles with crystal clear waters, ideal for snorkeling.
Its pier lacks services, but it has two very picturesque restaurants at the foot of the sea where you can eat a good fresh fish from the area or try dishes from Mallorcan cuisine.
Fantástico!!!Pepe, Córdoba - España
“He estado cuatro días en Mallorca y había contratado en la web de barcos azules el viaje en barco hasta calibra. Fue inolvidable, precioso lugar , vistas espectaculares.”
Mi primera excursión en BarcoRafa C
“Hablo en representación de un grupo de 65 niñ@s (con previa revisión del buzón de sugerencias). Nos gustaría comunicarles que esta excursión ha sido la primera en barco e inolvidable ya que ha sido la que más les ha gustado en todo el verano, pidiéndonos que en el próximo curso repitamos está salida.”
“Hemos hecho la excursión en familia y nos ha encantado. La serra de Tramuntana vista desde el mar es preciosa y el Torrent de Pareis también, recomiendo ir con zapato cerrado y caminar 10 minutos para ver las piedras enormes del Torrent de Pareis.”
“el viaje es agradable, los barcos son estables y cómodos. La visita es imprescindible si vas a Mallorca, bañarse ahí es todo un lujo, y encontrarse bajo esa inmensidad de rocas, una sensación única.”