A beautiful sunset sail in Mallorca

Sunset Sailing, Mallorca

Combine idyllic beaches and coves, swimming or snorkeling, wildlife sightings, and a beautiful sunset while sailing in Mallorca.


It doesn't get much better than a sailing excursion at sunset in Mallorca. The island has genuinely idyllic scenery that's only enhanced as the sun sinks into the sea. You'll leave from Port of Sóller and cruise through the island's crystal-clear, turquoise water, passing unique rocky landscapes. Combine these views with a few stops at idyllic beaches and coves, swimming or snorkeling, wildlife sightings, and a beautiful sunset for the perfect adventure. You'll charter a private sailboat and choose which route you'd like to explore along Mallorca's coast.


  • Explore scenic inlets along Mallorca's coast, only accessible by boat
  • Stop to enjoy time on the beach or go hiking
  • Drop anchor in protected inlets for swimming, paddleboarding, and/or snorkeling
  • Relax on the boat as you watch the sun melt into the sea

Know before you go

3.5 hours
Recommended for
All ages
Private group

What you'll do

You'll find your private sailboat, KALORI, at the Port of Sóller, where you'll take off to enjoy your excursion. Your boat comes equipped with your personal captain, Ramiro Sueiro, an avid sailor from the Balearic Islands who once sailed across the Atlantic Ocean (between Mallorca and Brazil) for four months. The Beneteau First 345 sailboat is 35 feet long and has three cozy cabins, bathrooms, a refrigerator, shaded seating, an outdoor dining area, and a sundeck. Enjoy complimentary drinks all day and all the equipment you might need for sports like snorkeling and paddleboarding.

You have your choice of two routes: northeast or southwest. Both directions offer a perfect adventure, though slightly different experiences:

Northeast Route
With the northeast route, your first stop is Cala Tuent, a pristine beach enveloped by pine forests—a perfect spot to swim and relax. If you need a snack, you'll find the famous Es Vergeret restaurant right on the cove, with some of the area's best views from its dining area. Next, you'll continue to one of the island's most popular coves, Sa Calobra. Because the inlet is at the convergence of the sea, rocky cliffs, forest, and mouth of the Parells River, you'll quickly understand why it's such a famous place.

Southwest Route
You'll start by hugging the steep Sierra de Tramuntana coast, lined with dramatic cliffs dotted with pine forests. This stretch is a photographer's dream! Your first stop is Cala Deiá, a 230-foot-long (70-m-long) cove with truly transparent water in hues of green and blue. After enjoying some time swimming, snorkeling, or paddleboarding, you'll continue to Sa Foradada, a small peninsula south of Sóller and the cape. This peaceful spot is perfect for relaxing, disconnecting, and enjoying the Majorcan views. 

If you have specific northern or southern coast areas that you'd like to visit, you're welcome to work with your team and Ramiro to create a custom route! Regardless of where you sail, you'll end the excursion sitting on the deck or paddleboarding in the sea as the sun makes its way into the water.

Start times

  • Daily
    4:50 pm

What's included

  • Captain
  • Fuel
  • Drinks (water, beer, and soft drinks)
  • Snorkeling and paddleboarding equipment