A unique excursion that, sailing along the south east coast of Mallorca, will take you to the virgin beach of Es Màrmols, only accessible by boat or after a long walk and where you will have, if you wish, a few minutes for keeping cool in its crystalline beach.
We will leave from the picturesque Pier of Cala Figuera at cruising speed towards Cala Santanyí and Es Pontàs, a peculiar rock formation that constitutes the ancient entrance to a cave.
We will continue towards Cala Llombards and sa Cova des Fum, passing by es Caló des Macs. From here we will continue to Es Caló des Moro and S’Almunia, and we will have the opportunity to discover some of the small caves that the smugglers used as hiding places.
We highlight the beauty of Caló des Moro with its always clean turquoise blue waters and the allure of S’Almunia with its typical huts and fishermen’s barracks.
We will continue towards the virgin beach of Es Màrmols , which can only be accessed by boat or on a hiking trail. Along the way, you will be able to observe the intact beauty of this part of the island and the interesting maritime quarries of Es Bauç, where they cut blocks of sandstone to be transported by sea.
Once in Es Màrmols you will have about 30 minutes to take a bath from the boat and enjoy this privileged place on the island.