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Shore Excursion: Coasteering in Mallorca
"Following a morning pickup by your minivan 2 minutes from the cruise dock travel out of the city with your guide and head to the coast to begin your tour. On arrival at the base pull on your wetsuit and harness and listen to a safety briefing from your guide who will explain everything you need to go so no experience is necessary. During your coasteering adventure you will abseil down rock faces  leap off high ledges into crystal-clear water check out our treasure cave for hidden treasure and negotiate the coast by learning how to climb.The locations are hand picked so they are suitable for everyone from first-timers to thrill-seekers
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North Mallorca Coasteering Tour with Transfers
"Coasteering a summer alternative for canyoning combines cliff jumping climbing sea caving and zip lining. Just pack up your swimwear sun protection some water and a big bag of courage and head for the 4-hour heart-racing adventure. After being picked up by our guide from your hotel and being driven to one of the hidden corners of the coastline
From EUR55.00
 
South Mallorca Coasteering Experience with Transfers
"Combining adventure swimming abseiling climbing and rock scrambling into one action packed activity for the ultimate wet and wild day out. Coasteering a summer alternative for canyoning combines cliff jumping climbing and zip lining. Just pack up your swimwear
From EUR55.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Minorca Island

The Top Of Menorca

At 358m.Mount Toro is the highest point on the island.This gorgeous spot is situated in the heart of the island and is Menorca's highest point,with its 17th-century Sanctuary of the Mare de Deu del...
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kevin36
Aug 05, 2008

Walk along Menorca's western coast

Now I don't want to slag off my fellow British tourists, but those who tend to stay in Cala en Forcat don't really get about that much. Anywhere that involves walking for ten minutes or more could be...
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chazgilbert
Aug 20, 2007

Small Bays Everywhere

All around the coast of Menorca are small bays and coves, away from main resorts. Some are well known, such as Mitjana, Macarella, Turqueta and Pregonda, to name but a few. But there are literally...
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steventilly
Sep 21, 2006

Cala'n Porter

In my opinion its a british spot,...in fact chiefly the main tourist ther are british ...so better dont stay if you arnt ... last time i visited was in an apartment resort were except my girlfriends...
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DPando
Jul 11, 2005

Cala Macarelleta Beach

A few miles walk to get to this (less if you've a four wheel drive) but it a fantastic place once your there - a perfect beach. Guess this is why so many people make the effort to get there (which is...
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stevieUK
Dec 19, 2004

menorca CALA SANTA...

CALA SANTA GALDANAYou arrive to this beach from the road that coming from Ferreries and leave back this town to take a road to the south if you like resorts you will enjoy there because there are a...
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DPando
Nov 28, 2004
 
 
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The Unknown 'Cala'

There are many places on the island that seem to be 'off the beaten track', but even places that are only reached on long bumpy dirt tracks are usually discovered and well-known to locals and tourists...
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AndreSTGT
May 29, 2004

Cala Pregonda

Cala Pregonda is on Menorca's North coast where the landscape is rougher, more barren and the beaches tend to be golden rather than white.The north coast beaches are therefore less crowded than their...
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AndreSTGT
Jun 19, 2003

Cala d'Algaiarens

The pretty beaches of Cala d'Algaiarens in the North-West are on private property and you have to pay a hefty 4€ entrance fee if you go there by car (bicycles are free). The bay is good for swimming...
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AndreSTGT
Jun 08, 2003

Boat Hiring and Cave Exploring

Taking a boat or even a peddlo, you can explore the nooks and cranies of Menorca's Coastal line.Hidden well are small and large caves, untouched over the thousands of years, its hard to believe you...
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Nixter01
Mar 29, 2003

Xoriguer Gin Distillery

Xoriguer Gin from the Mahon Distillery is not made in the same manner as many other. Xoriguer follows very closely an 18th century ‘Celtic’ recipe that was introduced to the island during the British...
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Leipzig
Sep 09, 2002

Sa Mesquida

Only 10 min by car from Mahon, Sa Mesquida has managed to retain the charm of a remote fishing village on a windswept, rocky coastline. There's also a pretty good beach here.
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AndreSTGT
Jul 23, 2003

Top Hotels in Minorca Island

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C/ Mitjera, s/n, Punta Prima Es, 07713, Spain
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Playa Santo Tomas, H-2, 07749
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Playa Santo Tomas, Migjorn Gran, 07749, Spain
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Cala de Biniancolla , Punta Prima, 07720, Spain
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Top Things to Do in Minorca Island

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Cami de Cavalls

The Cami de Cavalls is a coastal footpath that runs all the way round the island for a distance of 185km. The route takes you through many of the island’s undeveloped beaches and the terrain varies in...
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Binigaus Beach

Binigaus is a lovely unspoilt beach which is only a five minute walk along the coastal footpath from the resort of Sant Tomas. The path is mainly sandy but also rocky in parts so you will need good...
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Cala En Turqueta

Cala Turqueta is one of Menorca’s most famous undeveloped or virgin beaches, a gorgeous horseshoe shaped sandy cove backed by pine trees where the sea is turquoise, clear and shallow. It has to said...
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Top 5 Minorca Island Writers

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steventilly

"Menorca: Sun, Sea, Sand And, Err, Fiesta!"
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kevin36

""Cala n Bosc""
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AndreSTGT

"La Isla Bonita"
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Belsaita

"A little island with loads of history"
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chazgilbert

"The Balearic Boomerang"
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