Half-day tours

Portocristo Novo - Portocolom (20 km): Portocolom, with a depth of nearly 400 meters, is one of the largest natural harbors of Majorca. He is also known as Port of Felanitx and has retained its fishing village character and its maritime flavor. Part of Portocolom at the left of who is looking to the sea (area from Es Riuetó), has all the beauty of color. Evening stroll through the streets that border the sea produces a feeling of calm and relaxation. Between Portocolom and Cala d'Or spread a large portion of unspoilt coastline, with creeks such as Cala Brafim Cala Estreta (only accessible on foot), Cala Mitjana and Cala Sa Nau, linked by a walkway. - Cala D'Or (33 km) is a prestigious urbanization, whitewashed Ibizan style, surrounds several creeks: Serena, Ferrera, Esmeralda, d’Or and Llonga. From cala Serena can access the Cala Ferrera Faralló, dominating part of the urbanization. From Es Fortí can be seen a beautiful view of the many creeks. Cala D'Or is very friendly, although a considerable density. - Portopetro (36 km) is a small fishing village with a particular attraction. In their place are some very beautiful beaches. Since Es Caló de Sa Torre can see a beautiful view of the creek. At south is the Natural Park Mondragó. - Cala Figuera (51 km) is another very picturesque fishing port, with two narrow inlets, no beach: Caló d’en Boira and Caló d’en Busquets. The latter has a strong seafood flavor and a fish market. Returning to Ses Gavines can dine at Can Pep Noguera (see Restaurants).

Portocristo Novo - Portocristo (2.5 km) - Costa dels Pins (17.5 km): from northern Portocristo can be reached on foot Cala Petital, a virgin beach. Going back to the road to Cala Millor can find the Calo on Rafelino et the small village resort of Cala Morlanda where seems that time has stopped. Among Sa Coma and Cala Millor, major tourist resorts, there is the Area of Special Natural Interest Sa Punta de n'Amer, a small peninsula with a defence tower, Es Castell. - Costa dels Pins is a high level urbanization. From the vantage point, to the tip of the Cap des Pinar, can see almost the bay of Cala Millor and the Sa Punta de n'Amer. From the viewpoint can not continue until the next Canyamel, so must go back. - Canyamel (33 km) has a lovely beach with a wetland at the mouth of a stream and a urbanization that climb the mountain, among the pines. In its vicinity are the Caves of Arta with its impressive entrance and the Torre de Canyamel, possibly building by Muslim, but enlarged in the thirteenth century. Today it houses a restaurant. - Cala Ratjada (50 km) is a picturesque fishing village with a very friendly promenade along the sea and plenty of bars and restaurants. There are beautiful beaches, the more attractive Cala Agulla retaining wild. From Cala Ratjada depart fast boats leading to Menorca (Ciutadella) in 50 minutes. It’s possible diner at the Torre de Canyamel or  in the same or Portocristo.

Portocristo Novo - Portocristo (2.5) - Arta (28 km): Arta is an attractive village with a walled shrine, situated atop a hill from which you can admire all the village. Beware of some of the wildest beaches in Mallorca, such as Cala Torta, Cala Mitjana, Cala Es Matzoc, although they are dangerous with winds from the north. - Sa Colonia de Sant Pere (41 km) is another charming enclave. By its nature and the quiet beauty of the bay of Alcudia, with the Formentor’s mountains in the background and the mount Ferrutx at right, produces a feeling of calm and wellbeing. It is suggested dinner there and then back to Ses Gavines.

Portocristo Novo - Manacor (15 km) - Petra (25): Petra is the birthplace of Fray Juníper Serra, the evangelist of California. He is currently an agricultural village with large stone houses and some of the largest wine cellars in Mallorca - Sa Pobla (45 km): Famous for the quality of their potatoes, has an interesting museum of toys. - Alcúdia (60 km) is a beautiful town, completely walled, with stone houses, pedestrian streets and cultural activity. Its origins date between 1200 and 2000 years BC. In 123 BC the Romans founded Palma et  Pole·lentia, a city with fine buildings, are being dug, and a Roman theatre where, are still performances in summer. With the conquest of Mallorca by the Arabs in 902, became part of the Emirate of Córdoba until it was retaken in 1229 by King Christian Jaume I that gave them to Templar.    The year 1298 began the construction of the walls today. If you leave in the afternoon you can go directly to Alcúdia, around the city and dine at any of its numerous restaurants or in a typical cellar of Petra.

 
  • Mallorca, Cala Anguila
  • Mallorca, Cala Anguila
  • Mallorca, Cala Anguila
  • Mallorca, Cala Anguila
  • Mallorca, Cala Anguila
  • Mallorca, Cala Anguila
  • Mallorca, Cala Anguila
  • Mallorca, Cala Anguila