In the Valley of Sóller everyone is ready for one of the great events of the year: his popular festivals of Moors and Christians, known as “Es Firó“. This local festival commemorates the victory of the “sollerics” (inhabitants of the Sóller Valley) in the face of the pirate attack that occurred on May 11, 1561.
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MaksyBoats, in collaboration with Madventure Mallorca, brings you a special promotion for the month of May.
We want you to discover the Unknown Mallorca from new perspectives: by Sea, and by Air.
The promotion consists of a pack combining the rental of a Tarpon 470 Luxe boat + 15 minutes of paragliding for 1 person.
As usual in our blog, today we want to talk about one of our favorite restaurants in the North Coast of Mallorca. We are talking again about a restaurant that can be accessed by sea, on a fantastic boat trip from Port de Sóller.
Mallorca has many incredible places to visit, and not all are accessible by sea. One of the most spectacular areas of the island, without a doubt, are the mountains of the Serra de Tramuntana, which extend along the entire north coast of the island.
In the heart of the mountainous area is the beautiful village of Sóller, in whose harbor, as you know, is the base of MaksyBoats nautical services. And it is here, in Port de Sóller, where you can find the scooter rental office of our friends: Bullimoto.
Serra de Tramuntana Mountain Range, in Mallorca, is famous for its amazing hiking trails, such as the Barranc de Biniaraix or Camí de s’Arxiduc, among many others. Spring and autumn are the perfect time of the year for hiking in Mallorca, since summer can be too hot, although everything depends on the chosen route.
Canyoning in Mallorca
If you like the mountain, but prefer stronger emotions, canyoning is another adventure you can enjoy in Serra de Tramuntana.
Today we want to tell you about a fantastic restaurant that we can access by sea, in just half an hour of navigation (or less) sailing from Port de Sóller: Ca’s Patró March, in Cala Deià.
But before talking about this awesome restaurant, we have to talk about its location: Cala Deià. It is a small rocky cove, located at the foot of the beautiful mountain village of Deià and Serra de Tramuntana.
There are many special restaurants in Mallorca. But only a few have something that makes them unique: their access only by sea. This is the case of Sa Foradada Restaurant.
At Sa Foradada Restaurant you can enjoy a simple but delicious cuisine: paella and fish, accompanied with salads, good desserts and good wine. All this while enjoying incredible views of the north coast of Mallorca, where the Serra de Tramuntana ends abruptly on incredible cliffs.
Today we want to take advantage of our blog and social networks to get our clients and friends a topic that we think is of vital importance. One of the values of MaksyBoats is the commitment to sustainability and caring for our environment, and that is why we want to contribute to the awareness-raising work.
The Balearic Islands in general, and Mallorca in particular, have waters and beaches of great quality and cleanliness. The biggest responsible for this is a marine plant: Oceanic Posidonia.
Although we are still in winter, little by little activity is increasing in Port de Sóller. Just a week ago, our friends from the Restaurant Ca’s Mariner started the 2018 season.
Ca’s Mariner is one of the most traditional restaurant in the port: last year they celebrated their 20th anniversary. Quite a milestone for the owners, a Mallorcan family that continues to work with the same passion for cooking when they started.
Last November, we had the visit of a very special client: mallorcan nature photographer, Marcos Molina. Marcos hired one of our boat charters with a very special purpose: to make a photographic report of the North Coast of Mallorca.
Taking advantage of a splendid winter day, with excellent sailing conditions, Marcos enjoyed the incredible coastline of cliffs and small coves, in a day trip between Port de Sóller and Sa Calobra. Next, we tell you about this trip, thanks to some photographs that Marcos has kindly given us.