Mallorca in general, and Sóller in particular, have spectacular corners that are well worth visiting. That’s why we take you to them with any of our boats so you can enjoy the Mediterranean like never before.
The Port of Sóller is a natural port located in the Sierra de Tramuntana and an important nucleus of tourist population located in the municipality of Sóller, on the island of Mallorca, the largest of the Balearic Islands, in Spain. World heritage by UNESCO in the category of natural site. It offers different alternative sea and mountain activities. From Puerto de Soller you have access to the Gorg blau and Cubert reservoirs and the highest point on Puig Major Island. The meandering roads give access to different landscapes and viewpoints from which you can enjoy wonderful sunsets. The Port of Soller maintains a tram that connects directly with the Town of Soller and this at the same time with the famous Soller Train.
Sa Calobra, located between Morro de sa Vaca and Morro de ses Fel·les, and under the shadow of Puig Major (1,445 meters altitude), the highest peak in the Balearic Islands.
The claim of this beach of sand, gravel and boulders, is behind the pedestrian tunnel that borders the vertical and rugged cliffs, giving access to the beautiful and paradisiacal mouth of the Torrent de Pareis, a source of inspiration for artists and where every summer a choral concert is performed thanks to its excellent acoustics.
Three anchorages are located: in the southwest of the beach, attention should be paid since the swallows stop nearby; in the center of the cove, in front of the mouth of the torrent, on a stone and sand bottom, 11 meters deep, and in the north, on a bed of rock and sand 8 meters from the surface. 7.2 sea miles away is Port de Sóller.
Cala Tuent, located between Punta de sa Corda and Morro des Forat, and under the shadow of Puig Major (1,445 meters altitude), the highest peak in the Balearic Islands.
This sea inlet has excavated about two hectometers into the interior of Serra de Tramuntana, leading to a semicircular beach between rocky places, the slopes of which have leafy pine forests. The sand on the first line gives way to boulders and coarse gravel in the composition of the substrate of this paradisiacal stretch of the Escorquer coastline.
Es Vergeret: Carretera Cala Tuent, S/N Cala Tuent Beach, 07315 Escorca, Mallorca España
+34 971 51 71 05
Sa Costera, located between Cala Tuent and Cala Roja, a magnificent isolated bay that offers fantastic snorkeling and swimming in crystal clear waters. Or, for enthusiastic explorers, an overland walk to walk among the inspiring ruins of a Victorian hydroelectric plant, which served to harness the hydraulic power of the water that can still be seen in a small waterfall, to supply power to the Soller Valley.
Heading north, just after leaving the bay of Soller, we can see Sa Illeta. You can see the turquoise bottoms in the middle of the channel between the coast and the island. Work is underway to create a marine reserve in the sa illeta area. Why create a maritime reserve in this area? It is a symbol of the Sollerica coast, it meets unbeatable conditions for comprehensive protection, there is a complete picture of ecosystems with a great diversity in the background (algae, posidonia, rocks, submerged blocks and caves). This reserve will benefit professional and recreational fishermen, for the environment, for the Soller Valley, and for sustainable tourism.
The first natural cove that you can find leaving the Soller bay. Only accessible by boat. It combines a wide sandy area with huge stones detached from the hill. Its transparent waters allow for a fabulous snorkeling. At the top you can see Sa Torre Picada was originally used for surveillance due to the frequent pirate attacks that the town has suffered during the 16th century. They are 11 meters high and it is one of the largest towers built in Mallorca.
Cala Deià, located between Punta de Son Beltran and Sa Pedrissa, where a defense tower was built against pirate incursions. The imposing peaks of Teix (1,064 meters of altitude) and Caragolí cast their shadow towards Deià.
This beautiful inlet of sea, surrounded by medium-sized cliffs, crowned by scrubland and pine forest, ends on a semi-circular beach where a torrent flows and beautiful sandbanks rise.
Coarse sand and gravel make up its paradisiacal steep slope. In the margins you'll find a small jetty, escars and some restaurants, highly praised for their rice and grilled fish. Is usual in summer to coincide with popular international figures.
Ca's Patro March: Cala Deià, 07179 Deià, Mallorca España
+34 971 63 91 37
It is located on the north coast of Mallorca, between Sóller and Valldemossa, near Deià. It's a unique enclave with a privileged landscape in the middle of the Serra de Tramuntana, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. In the heart of the Serra de Tramuntana, magic rock, spectacular landscape, crystal clear waters, romantic sunsets, picturesque restaurant. It receives this name because it has a hole visible from various points in the Sierra. Legend says that this hole was due to a cannon shot produced during the war of 1582 between North African and Christian corsairs under Mateu Sanglada commands.
Sa Foradada: Punta de Sa Foradada, Deià, Mallorca España
+34 616 08 74 99
Between Sa Foradada and the port of Valldemossa, there is a particularly charming place. The small fishing village and the bay of S'Estaca. It's a typical Majorcan fishing village with small stone cabins that frame the bay and hang from the rocks like bird's nests. The small port was once built by Archduke Luis Salvador and is now used by locals and tourists as a beautiful seaside resort. The small town is guarded by the imposing Villa de S´estaca, built by the Archduke and now owned by Michael Douglas; American actor and film producer, winner of an Oscar Award for Best Actor, Best Picture, as well as four Golden Globes.