Visit the very traditional fishermen’s wharf of Cala Figuera and enjoy the wonderful views of the East Coast, its coves, where you could discover the sea floor, and the Natural Park of Mondragó.
Management may change the itinerary and schedules because of weather conditions
Once retreat of the travelers from the Mediterranean, it is one of the largest natural harbours in Mallorca. Just seven miles far from Felanitx, the town to which it belongs, it is today one of the most picturesque spot of the island.Learn more
Located in the southern part of the East Coast of Mallorca. It was discovered by a group of artists who settled there in the 30s, and thus became the first tourist resort of Mallorca.Learn more
It is open in two arms forming a Y, originating Calo d'en Busques and Calo d'en Boira, into which flows the Torrent des Homs. This craggy coastal landform is among the longest, narrowest and most sheltered from the open sea of Balearic Islands.Learn more