Discover Cala Ratjada and surroundings from the water

Cala Ratjada vom Waser aus entdecken

Cala Ratjada is located in a wonderful and varied nature reserve with many bays and beaches worth seeing. These are best explored with boat trips, as they are often quicker and more convenient to reach by water. It is also good to let the wind blow in your face on warm days and to cool off in the clear turquoise water.

From Cala Ratjada there are many opportunities to explore the many interesting beaches around Cala Ratjada and the nature reserve. There is a variety of boat tours available in Cala Ratjada, from short tours along the coast to full-day excursions. From the water, the impressive landscape looks completely different and you will also see lonely bays and caves that can only be reached from the water. In addition, you usually have the opportunity to swim and snorkel in the crystal-clear water during bathing breaks.

Please remember to take enough sun protection with you on your boat trips, as the sun reflects strongly on the water and drink enough water. If you want to go swimming, you should think of your bathing suit and a towel.

Local shopping with the glass-bottom boat - discover the beaches of the towns of Canyamel, Sa Coma, Cala Millor and Porto Christo

It brings you almost every day glass bottom boat to the bays of the east coast. Discover the neighboring bay of Cala Ratjada - the Font de Sa Cala. We continue to the Bay of Canyamel, where the stalactite caves of Arta are located, whose imposing entrance you can already see from the sea. Enjoy cooling off in the cool water before continuing towards Sa Coma and Cala Millor. At Cala Millor you have the option to disembark and explore, and then return on a later glass-bottom boat. Or you can continue to Porto Christo and explore this picturesque, cozy harbor town. During the trip or at the short stops at the small cave entrances you have the opportunity to look through the glass floor of the ship below the water surface. But there are also other ways to enjoy the varied nature of the coast or the expanse of the sea during the journey.

Express boat to the caves of Arta

Would you like to see the Artà stalactite caves from the inside? No problem with that express boat, that takes you from the port of Cala Ratjada past the enchanting bays of Son Moll and Font de Sa Cala to the caves that were once popular with pirates. Today you can admire spectacular formations of stalagmites and stalactites, set off with impressive lighting. Enjoy this other world and maybe take a little stroll through Canyamel before taking the express boat back to Cala Ratjada.

Höhlen von Artà mit dem Express Boot
Artà Caves by Express Boat

Discover the Llevante nature reserve in the north from Cala Ratjada

Passing Cala Gat, Cala LLiteras and Cala Agulla, you can explore the paradisiacal nature reserve and its lonely bays in small groups with the leisurely breeze with a light headwind Mallorca Dreams or with that Jungle Boat. Along the way, you'll have the opportunity to swim or snorkel in the turquoise waters, or even try stand-up paddleboarding. On the boat you will be provided with drinks and delicious snacks, so that your physical well-being is not neglected. This tour at sunset is particularly romantic.  

Love them dolphins Experience an incredibly magical sunrise cruise with a unique opportunity to spot dolphins off the coast of Cala Ratjada. A small breakfast provides additional enjoyment. Can a morning start better?

Discover Cala Ratjada's coast in a sporty way on the water

The coast can also be sporty and fast with a jet ski discover. Jet skis are motorized water scooters that offer a high fun factor. The prerequisite is usually possession of a small boat license in order to ensure the necessary knowledge, rules and skills on the water. Enjoy the thrill of speed as you hop over the waves on a jet ski and let the wind blow your nose.

Jetski tour unberühte Buchten
Jet ski tour pristine bays

The beaches of Cala Ratjada can be discovered more leisurely from the water with the stand-up paddle board. Stand Up Paddling, also known as SUP, is a relatively new water sport that involves standing upright on a large, floating board and propelling yourself with a paddle. The coast of Cala Ratjada offers ideal conditions for beginners and advanced as the water is usually calm and clear. In Cala Ratjada there are guided tours was standingup paddle tours.

SUP Sonnenunterganstour Cala Ratjada
SUP sunset tour Cala Ratjada

Explore the bays around Cala Ratjada yourself with a rented boat

Do you already know your way around or would you rather explore the bays around Cala Ratjada on your own and sit behind the wheel and race over the waves? Then it makes sense to rent a small boat at the port of Cala Ratjada. This allows you to set your own tour, pace and stops. You have the option of renting boats for half a day or a full day, which you can rent either with a license or without a license. A skipper can also be hired - so you can just enjoy the boat trip. Take a look at our section "Rent Boats" around.

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