One of the most idyllic spots on the island, where sea and mountains converge perfectly, Cala Tuent is an enclave in the "Sierra de Tramuntana" mountains, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in June 2011, defined by its virgin beach, the largest in Mallorca, which is about 180 metres long, with a mantle of small stones on which to sunbathe comfortably, its transparent waters in shades of turquoise and blue that allow you to see the seabed and the spectacular natural environment that surrounds it (the mountains surround the cala from one end to the other and end up right by the sea, giving the sensation of being surrounded by a paradisiacal and natural setting).
There are several ways to reach this enclave; following the mountain route by bicycle, car or motorbike along a long and winding road, known to be featured in numerous television series and in several marketing campaigns by renowned automobile companies, which leads to a paid car park located about 5 minutes on foot from the cala. A 5-hour hiking route that runs alongside the sea for those who wish to enjoy their holidays on foot and the option most recommended by most of our guests, a pleasant boat ride to Cala Tuent, visiting several important points on our north coast.
The boat trip is organised by the company Barcos Azules, located on the loading dock in the Port of Sóller, about 10 minutes' walk from our hotel. The trip lasts approximately 50 minutes each way and they offer two types of fare (for adults and children) depending on the route you wish to book, a return trip or a single trip for those who wish to reach the cove by other means and return enjoying the experience.
For more information, to consult the schedules or to carry out a direct reservation, we provide you the link to their website or contact with our reception and do not hesitate to consult with us their doubts. We are at your disposal at all times to organize your idyllic vacation.