Boat trips along the north coast of Mallorca

Discover the most spectacular Mediterranean coast aboard Barcos Azules.

Boat trips in Mallorca: an experience not to be missed.

A boat trip along the north coast of Mallorca is one of the most beautiful experiences you can have on the island.

The departure with Barcos Azules from the port of Sóller is a unique experience for the traveller, an explosion for all senses that you cannot overlook.

On the Barcos Azules cruise, much of the journey is just a few metres from spectacular high cliffs combined with beautiful pine forests.

Boat trips from Sóller: Discover the hidden Mallorca by boat

The excursion with Barcos Azules to sa Calobra is unforgettable.

The boat trip begins in the port of Sóller. From there the boats head north towards Pollença.

On this wonderful boat or catamaran trip you can see the beautiful Picada Tower, a watchtower built in 1614.

If you leave the Picada tower behind you, you will reach “Ses Puntes”, one of the most beautiful and unknown corners of Sóller.

This beautiful bay has a fantastic and untouched environment and a perfect seabed for diving or snorkeling.

If you follow our route to the north, it deserves a stop at “Ses Cambres”. Situated between “Ses Puntes” and “Es Codolar”, in a privileged location surrounded by mountains and pines, you can stop and swim in crystal clear waters in an atmosphere of absolute tranquillity.

The best boat trips on Mallorca: on board Barcos Azules

You cannot visit Mallorca and leave the island without experiencing the sensations of sailing. Whether sailboat, catamaran or boat trip…. Getting on a boat to discover the secrets of the most unknown island of Mallorca, the north coast of the island, is an experience you will not forget.

Barcos Azules allows you to do it from Sóller, in the type of boat of your choice and in great comfort.

Sóller-Sa Calobra Excursion: a spectacular boat trip

On the way to sa Calobra, Barcos Azules circumnavigate s’Illeta, a large rock that rises from the sea, where it is common to see canoeists on excursions.

In less than 45 minutes into your boat trip, you will pass Cape Es Turó, Cala Tuent, Mallorca’s largest, innermost and most beautiful unspoilt natural beach.

Against the backdrop of the Serra de Tramuntana, you will soon discover that the boat trip was worthwhile.

The boat will take you to the small jetty, which has recently been adapted so that people with physical difficulties have easy and comfortable access to the beach.

Ship trips in Mallorca that you should not miss: Sóller-cala Tuent

Cala de Tuent, very frequented by locals, is a beach about 100 meters long, very quiet and, ideal for families with children.

The crystal clear water becomes a mirror of the precious seabed of stones and some areas of rocky sand.

It is a perfect spot for those who love diving and snorkelling. North of Cala Tuent, just a few minutes, we continue the boat trip and reach “Sa Calobra”. It is perhaps one of the most famous tours in Mallorca and the reality is that it is also one of the most attractive and spectacular.

“Sa Calobra” is divided into two bays; the first where the boat arrives is a small bay of 30 metres and crystal clear water. The second bay, at the mouth of the “Torrent de Pareis”, is slightly larger, reached by a beautiful and narrow access on a road about 900 meters long.

Like the first one, the water is turquoise blue and the beach is made up of pebbles which, together with an idyllic setting with the mountains, form a wild and natural place that is magical at the same time.

The best tours in Mallorca: Sóller-Deià by boat

Barcos Azules also offers departures from Port de Sóller to the south, direction Deià. One of the most spectacular boat trips in the north of Mallorca.

You will drive partly around the lighthouse of Cap Gros.  

Llucalcari (also known as Es Canyeret), which belongs to the municipality of Deià, is another beautiful beach of rocks, boulders and gravel with spectacular turquoise waters. Here, lovers of mud baths will find their paradise with a freshwater fountain next to a fig tree growing on clay.

Don’t miss the best boat trips in Mallorca: Cala Deià and Valldemossa.

From Port de Sóller in Barcos Azules we go south by boat and reach Cala Deià.

Cliffs, pine forests, olive trees and terraces border the sea and accompany us on our journey to our destination, Cala de Deià, one of the most picturesque bays favoured by artists.

Painters have been falling in love with Cala Deià for years. Numerous artists have found the necessary inspiration for their works in this enclave. It is an idyllic place with a splendid view and a beach that is small when it comes to accommodating the thousands of tourists who visit it in summer.

The old, rustic quay is a place of authentic natural beauty.

The famous and spectacular “Sa Foradada” is only a few minutes away. It is an emblematic place in Mallorca because of the large perforated rock that attracts thousands of visitors every year.

When you approach “Sa Foradada” on a boat trip, you can enjoy followingthe beautiful bay of rocks and crystalline water.

On our boat trip through Mallorca towards Andratx, we pass the beautiful port of Valldemossa, which has a small pebble beach.

Discover the port of the Canonge aboard Barcos Azules

Start in Port de Sóller aboard Barcos Azules and set sail to discover one of the most charming ports of the Mediterranean: Port des Canonge.

It is very close to Banyalbufar and offers a small jetty and an incredible sea view. The bay has pebbles and coarse gravel and is covered with Posidonia seaweed.

Estellencs beach is also close to Banyalbufar. Both have spectacular, crystal clear waters and are ideal for diving or snorkelling.

Don’t leave Mallorca without discovering by boat the wildest and most authentic side of the island: the north coast.

Get ready to discover beaches and hidden coves on this mysterious island where every corner remains a mystery.

Alconàsser deserves an anchor stop. It is a cove of stones overlooked by pines, some of which have fallen, making it difficult for visitors to walk, making it a seldom frequented area.




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