Magaluf Excursions: Excursions by Sea
There are many tours operated by experienced professionals for tourists in Magaluf, Palma and other nearby places. Depending upon what you’re looking for, there are many routes to choose from. So before the Magaluf nightlife gets going, spend a sunny day exploring the pristine waters of Mallorca.
If you are looking for the safest bet, then buy tickets for Cala Ratjada. This route covers most of Mallorca’s scenic beauty in one trip. It will take you through many famous locations like the Coves de Arta, the Canyamel beach amongst others.
For couples looking for a few romantic moments, Porto Cristo and Cala Romantico are beautiful locations. They are serene and placid. Even though you might go here with a big tour group, you won’t feel cramped because everyone is looking for some quiet time to cuddle. Cala Romantico, in particular, is famous for its untouched, divine beaches.
Porto Cristo, Cala Millor and Calles de Mallorca are also good spots for people who wish to shop a little. Traditional handicrafts are sold here in many markets.
However, for families the right choice is a trip to Sa Coma. Here the water is shallower compared to the other places. So children can play on the satin-like beach or splash around in the safe, azure waters without worrying and disturbing you. To make the trip complete, you can dig into lovely dishes in one of the many restaurants and shop for locally made goods.
There are many ways to get to these locations. Your most convenient option is coordinating with a tour operator. One noted name in the field is Illa Balear. They have years of experience and a fleet of varied boats, which take you to all the destinations mentioned above. All the boats are safe and operated by a trained staff. They even have glass-bottom boats from which you can admire Mallorca’s marine life without getting your feet wet.