The island of Majorca offers so much to visitors all year round, from impressive mountain trails and breathtaking views along the Serra Tramuntana to wonderful shopping and city centre experiences in Palma and not forgetting the local culture of the smaller, idyllic towns. However when Majorca really comes into its own is during those warm, sunny, summer months when the island’s incredible beaches can be fully appreciated. Although many of the beaches are easily accessible on foot or by car, there are some which are really only visited by boat. These untouched, pristine beaches offer seclusion and privacy like very few places on the island and the crystal clear calm water is the most refreshing remedy to the summer sun. Here at Son Julia Country House & Spa we aim to make your holiday unforgettable not only with our 5-star boutique hotel in Llucmajor but also we can organise for you and your friends, family or partner an unforgettable chartered boat tour round the island with the help of Vita Bel Majorca Boat Tours.
With these boat tours in Majorca, which we will be happy to arrange just for you or with groups of friends or family, you will be able to enjoy romantic sunset cruises across the Mediterranean or fun filled days out with tasty BBQs on board the boat. The best part will surely be seeing an undiscovered side to the island during your holiday in Majorca. So bring your captain’s hat, brush up on your nautical knowledge and get ready to explore the following beaches from your luxurious yacht.
Although not the most difficult beach to reach by car, this stunning cove is one of the best beaches in Majorca and had to feature on our list. This wonderful beach is situated in the island’s only natural park in the southeast of the island, which means you are surrounded by dense woodland which gives that secluded and untouched feeling. Here the sheltered bay provides the perfect place to drop anchor and enjoy the crystal waters or even swim ashore and treat yourself to something from the local beach bar.
Another beautiful cove located to the east of the island is Cala Pilota. This hidden beach is far less well known than the other picks. This small cove is very difficult to find without the help of a local or someone who knows the area well, making it the perfect place to moor your boat and enjoy seclusion on the mediterranean waves. Also the rocky, narrow entrance provides some small caves to explore and even some small ledges where you can test your nerve with some cliff jumping.
Near the charming seaside resort of S’illot you will find Cala Morlanda. Although possible to reach by car this charming cove is worth exploring on your boat trip along the Majorcan coastline. Not only is the water clear, calm and perfect for a spot of snorkelling but for those adrenaline junkies it provides one of the best places in the east of the island for cliff jumping. Here you can relax for hours on your boat tour in Majorca and spend some quality time with friends or loved ones.
Cala Sa Nau
The final choice on our list is Cala Sa Nau which is located to the southeast of the island and offers a place to escape the crowds. The entrance to this long and narrow cove is like a picturesque passageway, which opens up to be a small cove surrounded by pine trees. This whole southeast coastline is a wonderful area to explore by boat and this stunning beach is located just 3km from Cala D’or where the Vista Bel’s tour will set off. So see Majorca from a different perspective and enjoy making unforgettable memories as you sail your way round your dream holiday destination.