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Menorca: 3.5 Hour South Coast Boat Excursion

1. Menorca: 3.5 Hour South Coast Boat Excursion

Set sail on a 3.5-hour boat trip along the south coast of Menorca, and visit the beaches of Son Saura, Es Talaier, Turqueta, Macarella, Macarelleta, Mitjana, Trebaluger, Fustam and Escorxada. Stop twice for 30 minutes each time to bathe in the famous blue waters off Menorca's coast. Access the sea comfortably from the boat's stern platform where you can easily get on and off the ladder. If you're feeling more adventurous, paddle around a cove on a stand-up board. Throughout your trip, see cliffs, caves, and wildlife, and ask your knowledgeable captain questions about Menorcan history. Replenish your energy after your swimming stops with a Menorcan appetizer of cheese, sobrasada (a cured pork sausage) and bread with drinks.

From Fornells: Half-Day Menorca Catamaran Trip w/ Snorkeling

2. From Fornells: Half-Day Menorca Catamaran Trip w/ Snorkeling

The trip will include a visit to a minimum of one beach, cove or unspoiled spot. Depending on the weather, this number could be increased to two spots depending on weather conditions and clients preferences. Enjoy a snack and all inclusive drinks. Dip into the water for a fun snorkel, as all equipment for snorkeling will be available for guests.This tour offers exclusivity and a small group setting, never exceeding ten people. Relax and disconnect from city life. This catamaran is unique to Menorca and is the fastest sailing vessel around, offering a smooth sailing experience.

Menorca: Llaut Boat Cruise with Local Appetizers

3. Menorca: Llaut Boat Cruise with Local Appetizers

Sail along the north coast of Menorca for 3.5 hours on a Menorquin 45 Luxury Edition Llaüt (yacht). Jump into the turquoise water and taste delicious local delicacies along the way. Begin your tour from the beautiful bay of Fornells, and travel along the hidden coves and inlets of the island's north coast. You'll see Cavallería Lighthouse, Cavallería, Pregonda, sa Llosa, Mongofre, Tosqueta, and the magnificent cliffs and virgin beaches of Pudent. Stop twice along the tour for approximately 30 minutes to swim, to discover the wildlife of the marine reserve with a snorkel and mask, and to try paddle boarding. You'll also have the opportunity to enjoy some traditional Menorcan appetizers and drinks on the tour to have a well-rounded visit.

Menorca: Full Day Sailing Tour with Snorkeling and Snacks

4. Menorca: Full Day Sailing Tour with Snorkeling and Snacks

Discover the waters of Menorca on a sailing adventure from the Port of Mahón. Sail in comfort on a classic sailboat, relax in the sun on a comfortable chair, and try out your Stand-Up Paddling skills in the clear water. Meet your skipper at the Port of Mahón and begin your adventure. Depending on the weather conditions, your skipper will guide you through one of two routes. If you prefer one of the routes, let your skipper know; if the weather allows, they will follow your preference. South RouteMost trips follow the south route. Sail from the Port of Mahón and head south towards Isla del Aire and its spectacular lighthouse. As you sail by the island, marvel at its flora and animals. Hop off the boat for a snorkel in the crystal-clear waters. Continue to the turquoise waters of Punta Prima and explore several coves, beaches, and caves. Whenever you wish, pause your sailing journey for a swim in the water or to enjoy water activities. Pass by and through many coves, including Caló Roig, Cala Alcaufar, Cala Rafalet, and Cala de Sant Esteve. Marvel at the stunning geography of the caves and coves of Ses Olles, Caló Blanc, Biniparratx, Binidali, Es Canutells and Cales Coves, Cala en Porter, and Cala Llucalari. Return to Port of Mahón after a full day of exploring the coast. North RouteDepending on weather conditions, you may follow the north route instead. Spend some time in the Port of Mahón before sailing past La Mola Fortress, Cales Fonts, and Isla del Rey. Continue north and visit Pedres Blaves, a stunning rock formation in the sea. Pass the beautiful beaches of Sa Mesquida, Es Grau, Platja d’en Tortuga, and the island of Illa d’en Colom. When you wish, stop to swim at one of the beaches or try out the snorkeling gear. Marvel at the beauty of the cove beach of Cala Presili and see the spectacular Favaritx Lighthouse looming over the Savinar de Mongofra beach. As you sail, enjoy luxuries on board. Relax in the cushioned solarium, enjoy a snack of olives, cheese, and nuts or enjoy a cold drink from the fridge. If you need a break from the sun, rest in one of the 2 cabins or cool off in the shower.

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4.8 / 5

based on 42 reviews

We had a great time. Nacho is a quiet but correct captain. You ask him and he answers you. He is very friendly. The boat needs a reform. A different experience, to remember.

Great 3 1/2 hours on quality boat, 11 passengers, lots of room, 3 lovely stops for swimming, etc. on visits to maybe 10 beaches. Good value.

Lovely boat ride around the northern part of the island. Our captain was FABULOUS and made sure we had a great time!

It has been a great experience. The captain of 10, super nice and very attentive. 100% recommendable

I very much enjoyed the experience. Nacho is super nice and attentive. Thank you x