Enjoy a cooling swim in one of the Mediterranean’s best-kept treasures: the coastline bordering the Llevant Nature Park, an authentic paradise dotted with cliffs, caves and beaches bathed by crystal-clear waters.
A visit to Majorca is always an unforgettable experience; yet the chance to explore a nature park that is also home to a marine reserve on this incredible island is probably the most thrilling experience that anyone could wish for. Not just due to its idyllic location, but also because it is just a stone’s throw from one of the Balearic Islands’ most picturesque coastal villages – Colònia de Sant Pere (Artà), a quaint fishing village that boasts a captivating mix of ancient culture and stunning landscapes.
It is an unspoilt area that boasts a superb state of conservation, which can be reached only with Alcudia Sea Explorer, departing from Alcúdia bay on one of the fastest and safest vessels afloat. An ideal choice for all the family, this vessel will enable you to experience at first hand an unforgettable and totally relaxing experience with friends or family. Alcudia Sea Explorer will take you to Cap Ferrutx, lined with breathtaking cliffs rising up from the sea in the Llevant Nature Park, stopping at the largest cave on northern Majorca. The vessel will take you right inside the cave, offering you the chance to marvel at the majestic interior.
You will then continue along the coastline of the nature park, admiring the magnificent views as the vessel makes its way to the next stop: Es Caló, a cove of crystal-clear waters that is fairly difficult to access yet which boasts some of the finest snorkelling on the island. With Alcudia Sea Explorer you can indulge in the luxury of a cooling swim in this marine paradise. However, should you simply wish to take a relaxing stroll, Es Caló is filled with hidden surprises and truly matchless scenery. Head for Colònia de Sant Pere, stopping at Betlem, Ca los Cans, and the many delightful coves bathed by crystalline waters.
You will eventually come to Colònia de Sant Pere, a fishing village where you can take in the old-world atmosphere of Majorca’s ancient fishing traditions. This is a favourite spot with the island’s residents, where you can enjoy a delicious tasting menu of local fare, tour the many attractions of this delightful colony, get to know the locals, or merely sit in the sunshine on the terrace of one of the many restaurants boasting panoramic views of the entire Alcúdia bay.