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Boat Outing
Divina Menorca

We depart from the wonderful port of Mahon, one of spots in the Mediterranean with the most history and the second largest natural port in the world.

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South Boat Outing

As we start our journey, we’ll sail to Cala Rafalet, with its beautiful natural cave where you can take lovely pictures.

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Alcaufar will be our next stop, the home of Es Calo Roig and its majestic defence tower.

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Next we’ll head to Punta Prima and its lighthouse on Isla del Aire, where you can take your first swim in its turquoise waters and test your balance while paddle surfing. Continuing on our route, we will come to Binibeca cove, the destination of many tourists as its fine white sandy beach and the great dining nearby make this a place truly worth visiting.

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Before finishing the day, we’ll visit La Olla, where you can snorkel in its transparent waters.

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To conclude the day, we’ll have the chance to see Es Calo Blanc, a magical spot with a small cove surrounded by low cliffs, where you can jump into the sea from different heights, making it a wonderful place to have fun.

Another option is to visit Es Canutells, where we can eat at a typical restaurant and enjoy Menorca’s cuisine.

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Another option is to visit Es Canutells, where we can eat at a typical restaurant and enjoy Menorca’s cuisine.

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Going back to the port, if time permits we’ll try to briefly stop by one of the more traditional spots in the city with beautiful Menorcan-style houses, Cala San Esteban.

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North Boat Outing

We depart from the wonderful port of Mahon, one of spots in the Mediterranean with the most history and the second largest natural port in the world. Heading towards Es Grau, we can weigh anchor in Cap Negre, a very popular spot among Mahon residents because it is so quiet yet near the port. It’s a place with cliffs and no beach.

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Next we stop at Sa Mesquida beach, where we can weigh anchor and spend some time swimming in its waters. Continuing north and turning at Isla de Colom we find Arenal del Moro, where we can weigh anchor nearby in the off-season and in the channel in the in-between and peak seasons. Its shallowness and turquoise water make it a beautiful way to spend the afternoon.

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Very close to Arenal del Moro is the incredible Cala Rambles, a peaceful, quiet spot with a delightful seabed teeming with life where you can snorkel and enjoy paddle surfing. It’s a place you’re sure to fall in love with.

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The last two coves we can visit are Cala Tortuga and Cala Presili, located in the Albufera des Grau Nature Park, where you will see one of the most majestic lighthouses on the island. Cala Tortuga has a long extension of white sand, and there are always people enjoying the beach there.

Cala Presili is more intimate and closer to the Favaritx lighthouse, an incredible natural setting where we can spend the last few hours of our boat ride.

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Cala Presili is more intimate and closer to the Favaritx lighthouse, an incredible natural setting where we can spend the last few hours of our boat ride.

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Going back to the port, if time permits we’ll try to briefly stop by one of the more traditional spots in the city with beautiful Menorcan-style houses, Cala San Esteban.

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