At the eastern tip of Majorca’s Formentor peninsula in the Balearics, Cap de Formentor is a region of spectacular views and stunning beaches. Known by native Majorcans as ‘the meeting point of the winds’ the peninsula was formed by water and wind erosion and features 400 meter-high cliffs which jut dramatically out into the sea and are home to a plethora of seabirds. In fact the area as a whole is a particular favourite with birdwatchers worldwide.
Beaches feature a full range of water sports, including 60 meter deep dive sites (suitable only for experienced, trained divers). Inland, there are hill paths and pine forests for hikers to explore. So, if you want to discover all the island’s natural gems, why not take an organized tour with the local guides?