Embark with Blue Boats and discover the most authentic coves of Mallorca
Estellencs line on board of Barcos Azules
Cruising along the north coast of Mallorca is synonymous with discovering the best coves on the island of Mallorca.
The boat trip along the Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an essential excursion for those who want to experience the wildest and most natural side of Mallorca and discover its best coves.
Embarking in Barcos Azules is the best and safest way to get to know one of the wildest and most unknown sides of Mallorca.
Among the most spectacular coves to reach by boat is the Estellencs cove, an oasis of peace, tranquillity and history.
Situated between Banyalbufar and Andratx, it is a small rocky beach with pebbles next to a small and picturesque fishermen’s wharf.
From the boat, as a backdrop, you will be able to observe a panoramic view of the spectacular mountains of the Serra de Tramuntana while taking a bath in the crystalline waters of the small Estellencs beach.
During the boat trip to reach this unique cove you will see the Torre des Verger, one of the oldest watchtowers in Mallorca built in 1597.
Navigation in Barcos Azules To Cala Deià: The Artists' Cala
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If you head south from the Port of Sóller, you will find the Deià cove.
The setting for multiple television commercials and popularly known as the artists’ cove, Cala Deià is the setting for Mallorca’s most typical postcards.
Every year it is visited by thousands of people who want to be photographed in a unique and idyllic setting that makes this cove one of the best and most famous on Mallorca; and not for the least.
The Deià cove is made up of stones, small pebbles and large rocks that allow you to fit a small towel and look for the right position to sunbathe between cliffs, the majestic mountain environment and the always charming stone houses.
If you come to it from the sea, cruising in Barcos Azules you will be able to contemplate, in all its splendour, the fantastic rustic jetty for fishermen. It is 70 metres long by 6 metres wide and has two restaurants on the beach serving paellas and fresh fish, as well as other Mallorcan dishes.
Cala Deià is a cove highly recommended for snorkel lovers as the clear, crystal clear turquoise water allows you to see the wonderful sea bed almost without the need for diving goggles. Visiting Deià cove by boat is a wonderful experience because of its charm, history and hippie atmosphere.
From Sóller To Cala Tuent In Barcos Azules
To the north of Sóller there is another of the best coves on Mallorca: Cala Tuent. The largest natural virgin beach on the island is also one of the most relaxed, tranquil and least crowded.
From the boat you can enjoy stunning views of the Serra de Tramuntana, declared a Unesco World Heritage Site. The crystal clear turquoise waters are ideal for those who want to swim and snorkel, the most common aquatic activities in Cala Tuent.
Most people who spend the day in this idyllic enclave do so with a book in their hands, enjoying a quiet day of relaxation.
The beach has a length of 100 meters and is formed by stones and gravel.
The easiest and quickest way to get to Cala Tuent is on one of the Barcos Azules boats that depart every day from the Port of Sóller.
The cove does not have a lifeguard or umbrella and lounger services, although you will find a nice restaurant with magnificent views of the cove on one side of the beach, with an excelent paella and fresh fish.
The River Mouth Of The Torrent De Pareis To The Sea, An Unforgettable Image
One of the best coves in Mallorca is the torrent de Pareis cove, right at the mouth of this well-known Torrent.
The Torrent de Pareis is one of the two coves that make up the famous area known as “Sa Calobra”. The best and fastest and most comfortable way to reach the mouth of the Pareis torrent is by boat.
The boats of Barcos Azules leave you about a kilometre’s walk from this marvellous area.
The road from the landing area and the mouth of the torrent is beautiful.
The Torrent de Pareis is about 100 metres long and is considered one of the most beautiful and remote coves on the island.