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Menorca

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Menorca: Coves and Beaches Sailing Trip with Paella Lunch

1. Menorca: Coves and Beaches Sailing Trip with Paella Lunch

Set off on your coastal cruise from the port of Ciutadella to discover the south coast of Menorca. Starting at 10 AM, visit hidden gems and admire the natural beauty of the region’s coves, from the boat and with your own two feet on the shore. On the first stop of the day trip at Son Saura, dip your toes in the sand and crystal-clear waters. You can also take a 15-minute stroll along the rustic route of Camí de Cavalls to reach one of Menorca’s more remote and untouched beaches, Es Talaier. Then, at 1 PM enjoy a complimentary lunch back on board of paella with refreshing sangria and orangeade. After lunch, you will set sail to see the coves of Macarella and Macarelleta. Stop for a swim or snorkel in the blue waters of Cala Turqueta and mingle with the local marine wildlife. Continue combing the coast by sea to appreciate the white cliffs and green foliage, before docking back at 5 PM at Ciutadella.

Menorca: North Coast Beaches Boat Cruise

2. Menorca: North Coast Beaches Boat Cruise

Set sail from the harbour in Fornells Bay and embark on an adventure around the north coast of Menorca. As you cruise across the mesmerising waters of the Mediterranean Sea, spot the Cavalleria Lighthouse, which is perched atop a rock at the northernmost point of the island. Be captivated by the impressive views of the dramatic sea cliffs around Cavalleria Cape. Continue the cruise onwards towards the Port of Sanitja, a natural port at the site of the Ancient Roman city of Sanisera. Sail past Cavalleria Beach, one of the most beautiful and pristine beaches on the island, before arriving at Cala Mica, a tiny sandy cove shaped like a shell. Here, discover the little-known Binimel-Là Beach. The final stop on your boat cruise along the north coast of the island will be Cala Pregonda, one of Menorca's most spectacular locations. Enjoy 45 minutes of free time to admire the beauty of the surrounding landscapes. Dive into the sparkling seas for a refreshing swim and use the free snorkelling equipment to investigate the underwater world. After a three and a half hour sailing trip, set off on the return journey to Fornells Bay.

Menorca: Kayak and Marine Reserve Snorkeling Adventure

3. Menorca: Kayak and Marine Reserve Snorkeling Adventure

Begin the tour by meeting your guide and group at the local partner's office in Fornells. Jump in your kayak and visit the cliffs of La Mola de Fornells followed by a stop at the Islet of Tirant marine reserve for snorkeling. Dive into the underwater world and discover the beautiful Mediterranean seabed. Continue to the virgin beach of s'Arenelet to hang out and have a cold drink. Swim off the quiet beach and soak up the tranquility of the place. An excursion designed for all ages, bring your friends or family along for a fun-filled day in the sun and sea. No prior snorkeling or kayaking experience is necessary; your expert instructors are there to make sure it's an easy and fun excursion. Return to the meeting point after an exciting three hours of discovering the virgin coast of Menorca.

Menorca: Full-Day Boat Tour with Paella Lunch

4. Menorca: Full-Day Boat Tour with Paella Lunch

Depart from the port of the Ciutadella, before sailing along the south coast of the island, visiting various unspoilt beaches. You'll have plenty of free time at Son Saura and Cala en Turqueta to go swimming or simply relax on the boat and take in the scenery.  At lunchtime, you will enjoy a mixed paella on board, along with a glass of sangria or a soft drink. After lunch, head to another bay called Cala Macarella-Macarelleta. The boat will then head back to the port of Ciutadella.

Cala'n Bosc: 3.5-Hour South Coast Sightseeing Boat Trip

5. Cala'n Bosc: 3.5-Hour South Coast Sightseeing Boat Trip

Explore all of the best beaches along the south coast of Menorca throughout 3.5 hours. Departing from the base at the Cala'n Bosch Marina, begin by setting sail eastwards, discovering all the hidden gems of the south coast along the way. Sail close to the coast, with plenty of time at the beaches to allow you to take photos before sailing to the next one. Dock at one of the beaches for an hour, throughout which you can explore by yourself. Throughout this break you are also welcome to snorkel, stay onboard to use the boat's water slides, or look through the glass-bottom "Reflex System". Following that small break, continue you trip back to port, enjoying the views and listening to all the commentary in various languages on the sights passing you by. Onboard seating will be automatically assigned. Advance seat selection is not possible.

Cala Galdana: 2-Hour Glass-Bottom Boat Trip

6. Cala Galdana: 2-Hour Glass-Bottom Boat Trip

This boat trip is a perfect combination for those who would like to see the beautiful coastline of Menorca on a short boat trip, but also stop on one of the secluded beach for a swim or a walk. Along the way you will explore some natural caves. You will also hear facts and stories about the history, culture, and wildlife of the island. During the 1-hour stop you can either go to the beach or stay on board and enjoy the waterslides. There is also a unique glass floor to discover the sea life.

From Puerto de Alcudia: Alcudia Bay Tour and Jet Ski Trip

7. From Puerto de Alcudia: Alcudia Bay Tour and Jet Ski Trip

Take a fantastic 50-minute guided jet ski trip around the Bay of Alcudia. Discover the joy of exploring the ocean at your own speed. Drive your own jet ski or ride along with your friend. Jet skis are allowed up to 2 people per machine. Start the trip at the Port of Alcudia, heading to Coll Baix via several beautiful spots such as the Isle of Aucanada and Cap de Menorca. During the trip, your guide will show you secret spots from this stunning natural environment. Enjoy several stops to swim, snorkel and take photos as souvenirs of an unforgettable experience.

Menorca: Baptism Scuba Diving in Marine Reserve

8. Menorca: Baptism Scuba Diving in Marine Reserve

Choose to be picked up at your hotel or meet at the dive center to start your diving experience. Before going to the diving location, you’ll watch a short video that outlines what to expect for the day. Learn about the diving equipment and basic rules of diving from your instructor. Practice a few exercises to help you feel comfortable with diving. Travel to the marine reserve by boat and begin your diving experience at the marine reserve. The time under the sea depends on the air consumption of the participants. When diving for the first time, some people consume the air quickly. On average, the dive will take 30-minutes and 1-hour.

Mallorca: Half-Day Sea Caving Adventure

9. Mallorca: Half-Day Sea Caving Adventure

Experience the spectacular caves of Cova des Coloms on a 5-hour caving adventure. The island of Mallorca is famous for its limestone caves and Cova des Coloms is the only sea cave system where you can swim inside. You’ll be picked up at your hotel and travel by mini-bus to the starting point of your adventure. All the necessary equipment will be provided, including protective helmets and a wetsuit. After a coastal walk of about 40 minutes, you'll swim out to the cave (a distance of about 300 meters). No prior experience in sea caving is required and you don't have to go under the water. These vertical cave systems are a great introduction to caving, and the conditions make this the perfect adventure for beginners and families.

Menorca: Kayaking and Snorkelling in Beaches and Caves

10. Menorca: Kayaking and Snorkelling in Beaches and Caves

After a useful practical theory class and about security rules get straight into your Kayak. First, kayak to Binigaus beach and discover the "cueva dels estafadors" which has a little beach at the end.  Next, snorkel inside the clear waters here. Continue along the coast to Cala Escorxada, one of the most beautiful virgin beaches of south Menorca's coast. Here you will have time to snorkel, relax, have a cold drink. Start the journey back and see some more exotic little caves, enjoying a stop in the Bnicudrell island. Kayak back to arrive at Santo Tomas beach again.

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What people are saying about Menorca

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 1,492 reviews

Really recommended. We had great weather and it was fantastic on the water. The stops were great as were the delicacies of Menorah. The organization is good and punctual. We left promptly at 3 pm and returned promptly at 6 pm. There are also a few nice surprise elements during the tour. All in all an amazing experience.

We booked the 50mins trip, very nice guys, friendly staff, the jestkis were so powerfull and fast, wetsuit and life jackets included, amazing view all way long, sky blue water, simply breathtaking! i can not not to recommend! just go for it worthing every single pence!

Excellent experience a little scary at first but with first class guidance and support from our guide Jess and David. We went on to have a truly wonderful dive baptism experience. Jamie and Aija

All the staff were so friendly, so understanding and patient, jet skiing is harder than it looks but was great fun and beautiful landscapes

Great experience . Would recommend to young and old