Day trips when renting a boat in Mallorca's south west

From very popular beaches and beach clubs to small deserted coves and a natural park - the south west coast of the island has a lot to offer. Here is a map with our favourite spots for day trips when renting a boat in Mallorca's south west.

Illa del Toro:

This is a small island facing Ibiza. It is located right after the town El Toro. This area is a great place to enjoy good views and a nice swim when renting a boat in Mallorca. The perfect starting point for this rout would be to rent a boat in Puerto Adriano.... Please see all available boats here >>

Costa de la Calma:

Costa de la Calma is a residential neighbourhood right behind Santa Ponsa. The coast line is rocky and offers some great views and lots of coves and the quality of the water here is outstanding. 

Camp de Mar:

Camp the Mar is a resort village and famous for it's very nice restaurant, which is located on a tiny island right in front of the beach. The restaurant is called "Illeta". Besides the restaurant, the water here is amazing, which makes it a great place for snorkelling. 

Cala d'Egos:

Cala d'Egos is a beautiful little Cala surrounded by a pine forest. The water here is very clear and shallow. It is a great spot for a swim break and since it can only be reached by boat or by a 30-minute hike, the beach usually doesn't get too crowded. 

Sant Elm:

Sant Elm, also called San Telmo - is a small coastal village in the south west. The old fishermen houses along Sant Elm's coast and the surrounding are picturesque. From here you can enjoy great views over the dragon-shaped island called Dragonera. For lunch head to the restaurant "es Raor" which offers great seafood. 

Dragonera:

This uninhabited island located just off the west coast of Mallorca is a beautiful natural park. The water around the island is extremely deep and blue and on some days you might even be able to see the seabed. Dragonera is a great spot for a full day itinerary and for swimming. 

If you are planning on discovering Palma's Bay instead click here and take a look at our favourite places. 

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