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Cala Figuera

Cala Figuera

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Perched on the coastal cliffs of the island of Mallorca, Cala Figuera was once only a modest fishing village and small harbor. Today it is one of the most picturesque towns that has maintained its whitewashed homes and colorful boat houses, making it popular with visitors. There are no public beaches or easily accessible parts of the coast, so the village maintains its quiet feel.

Views of the clear waters are particularly worth seeking, from coastal paths winding along the cliffs and hillside. Rock and sand formations, beaches, coves, a lighthouse, and of course, the turquoise sea are all visible from relatively flat walking paths. The main cove is dramatically surrounded by steep mountains. Still operating as a fishing town, the seafood is the specialty of the restaurants here. As evening approaches, you may even be able to watch the fishing boats coming into port with their daily catch.

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 Boat Trip Explorer Tour from Cala Figuera to Cala Màrmols Mallorca

Boat Trip Explorer Tour from Cala Figuera to Cala Màrmols Mallorca

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Discover the wild beauty of Mallorca’s southeastern coast on a 2-hour boat trip from Cala Figuera. Get close to rugged cliffs, ancient rock formations and sea caves once used as smugglers’ hideouts aboard a nimble vessel. See old maritime quarries and the historic fishing town of S'Almunia while your captain shares island history. Disembark on the secluded, pristine beach of Cala Marmols, where you can relax on the sand or take a swim in the clear, turquoise waters.
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  • 2 hours 15 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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