Kayak tour through Malgrats Islands in Mallorca
From: 42,00 €
With this kayak trip you can enjoy a guided excursion along the fantastic coast of Mallorca, where our guides will take you to the most beautiful places on the Mallorcan coastline. This area is perfect for this sport, because it allows you to move comfortably by kayak through places of incredible beauty and on crystal clear water that allows you to see the background while rowing.
- All the necessary equipment to carry out the activity (Kayak, rows and life jacket).
- Experienced guide.
- Pick up from hotel if located in the Calvia area.
- 42 €/each.
Itinerary of the activity
10:00 AM: We meet in our diving centre in Mallorca, to prepare ourselves and receive all the previous explanations from the guide.
10:30 AM: We leave from our centre in the Club Náutico de Santa Ponsa towards the Malgrats Islands. There we will sail along the coast and between the islands to visit the most interesting spots, such as the caves and the natural swimming pool, where we will take a bath and rest.
12:30 AM: We sail back to our center.
01:30 PM: We arrive at the centre, where we can take a shower and have a drink on our terrace.
*Departures from Monday to Saturday.
Mallorca is synonymous with beaches and coves of world prestige, but also nature, culture, water sports, fun… There are many reasons to travel to this enclave of the Balearic Islands.
This island, almost 80 kilometres from one end to the other, stands out for its diversity. Along its 550 kilometres of coastline you will find some of the most beautiful coves and sandbanks in the Mediterranean: white beaches with all services coexist with tiny coves between pine groves and cliffs in the north. Its clear, clean waters are ideal for swimming and water sports such as scuba diving, windsurfing, fishing, sailing and even surfing.
Nature also has a prominent place. Nearly 40 percent of the territory is protected. With a landscape marked by contrasts, the areas of the Tramuntana mountain range to the north, with peaks exceeding 1,400 metres, and the Cabrera Maritime and Terrestrial National Park, a group of islands and islets located just over an hour’s sailing time, stand out.
Every corner of Mallorca is a pleasant surprise. Renting a vehicle or going on excursions are good alternatives to explore it. There are a multitude of itineraries and paths, both along the coast and inland, perfectly indicated and with information panels, which will allow you to discover its diversity on foot or by bicycle.
Culture is one of the main elements of the island. Throughout the year there are festivals, concerts, literary competitions, exhibitions… The cultural centre is occupied by the capital, Palma de Mallorca, which stands out for its historic quarter and its fun nightlife. In addition, the island is excellently communicated through the international airport of Son Sant Joan, eight kilometres from Palma, and by means of the boats and regular lines that depart from the port of Palma and Alcúdia.