The year 2019 is coming to an end. After our research, we would like to share with you the five best tours in Mallorca, according to reviews online. There are a lot of things and activities to do in Mallorca, and when you are in your planning moment, it is difficult to decide. I hope that after reading our article your decision will be easier to make in 2023 and you enjoy a great holiday in Mallorca.
1. Island tour Mallorca
Explore Mallorca’s breathtaking landscape on a scenic full-day tour by bus, train, tram, and boat. Get the best views of the island from land and water as you drive through the dramatic Tramuntana Mountains, and sail along the west coast.
A full-day excursion, like ones from www.nofrills-excursions.com, usually starts in the morning, between 08:15 – 09:15. Tour guides pick up the clients at hotels or pick-up points in that period. We will drive through to the town of Pollensa and take the direction to the mountains, where we will have some spectacular views, like the monastery of Lluc and the Entreforc, which the official guide will explain during the trip. There may be an opportunity to stop the coach from taking photographs, depending on traffic.
When we arrive at La Calobra, the clients will have time to explore the beautiful port and see some of the most breathtaking views of the island.
At about 12:15, we will take the boat from La Calobra to the Puerto Soller. This journey takes approximately 45mins and clients will have the chance to see the abrupt coastline of this area. Puerto Soller is known for being one of the most beautiful fishermen’s Ports of the island. Clients will have some free time there to look around and for lunch (not included in the price).
At 15:00, we will take the tram from the Port of Soller to the village of Soller.
The train journey will be on the original 1912 wooden carriage train which will take us from Soller to Son Reus (on the outskirts of Palma) through beautiful olive groves, and the marvelous interior views of the island with breathtaking views of the valley of Soller. At Son Reus station, the coach will be awaiting us to bring the clients back to the resort.
2. Cap de Formentor Boat trip
A tour to discover Mallorca on a 3.5-hour boat trip from the port of Alcudia to Cap de Formentor. You can see the most spectacular places along the north coast of Mallorca and enjoy swimming in the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean. Enjoy the special atmosphere of the bay, relax in the tranquility, and admire the views of the sparkling sea before you. Let the picturesque countryside of Mallorca pass you by before you can take a dip in the cool waters on a swimming stop in Cala Figuera.
3. Full-Day Boat Excursion with Lunch and Drinks
Enjoy a wonderful day on the sea as you discover the beauty of the Bay of Palma. On this full-day boat excursion, you’ll cruise along the southern coast of Mallorca, enjoying swimming and snorkeling stops. Lunch and sangria will be served on board. Cruise along the coast in the Bay of Palma and admire the stunning views. Stop close to Malgrats Island for a swim, and then head on to Portals Vells cove where you’ll have a long stop for a refreshing swim in the clear sea waters, and you can also get off the boat.
Enjoy paella and typical Mallorca “ensaimada” for dessert with a glass of cava, accompanied by choice of drinks, including sangria, soft drinks, beer, and water.
4. Full-Day Jeep Offroading in the Mountains of Mallorca
Do you love nature and adventure? Take an exhilarating Jeep ride through the Tramuntana Mountains to take in the beautiful natural landscape of Mallorca. Enjoy a chance to drive a Jeep through amazing scenery, and relax at a local estate. Are you hungry for adventure and eager to experience Mallorca’s diverse landscape? Then this incredible trip is just the thing for you: a Jeep expedition through Mallorca’s Tramuntana mountains!
You’ll be picked up at your hotel or a nearby meeting point and brought to Caimari, the starting point of this tour. Once there, you’ll first be divided into groups, since only four people can ride in each Jeep. Those who want to can even drive – there are plenty of vehicles!
Then, escape from civilization in the Tramuntana Mountains. Here and there, make some stops to let your guides familiarize you with some important and interesting information about the landscape, the local wildlife, and Mallorcan customs. You’ll also have plenty of time to take pictures and explore everything at your own pace.
After a one-and-a-half to two-hour drive, you’ll reach the Finca Es Rafals, where you can relax and discover more of the wonderful scenery of northern Mallorca. On very clear days, you can even see Menorca on the horizon. Pack your bathing suits because the farm has a pool where you can hop in and cool off!
If you’re feeling a little peckish, for €12.50, you can try the most famous dish in Mallorca: pa ambo li. Sangria will also be served to quench your thirst! After the tour in the estate and a leisurely break, hop aboard the Jeep and ride back to the starting point of your journey.
5. A Day of Horse Riding at Rancho Grande in Majorca
Be a cowboy for a day as you ride a horse across beautiful Rancho Grande in Majorca, Spain.
Explore over 1,000,000 square meters of Northern Majorca near the city of Alcudia. Transport is included, so you don’t need to worry about directions or to drive. The tour is designed for riders of all skill levels, so if you don’t know how to ride horseback, you can saddle up one of the training horses and learn. If you prefer not to ride, you can lounge in the horse-drawn wagon, Sangria Express.
After an afternoon of riding across the Majorcan countryside, riders return to the stables, where there is a petting zoo. Then, a barbecued feast is prepared for you, including barbecued meat, kebab, salad, bread, and, most importantly, sangria! After dinner, there’s a live music show and line dancing.