Speed boat in Majorca: with high speed along the southwestern coast

Exciting speedboat tour from Magaluf, Son Matias or Cala Vinyes with speed kick and stop for swimming or snorkeling in a small bay. Explore the beaches, caves and coastline of southwest Majorca in a speedy way. 1 drink and snack included.

  • Tour / activity duration: ~2 hours
  • Languages: German, English, Spanish
  • Transfer: no, not included
  • The best insider tips
  • English-speaking service
  • Hassle-free booking change or cancellation
  • Usually cheaper than at site

Speedboat tour Mallorca - Southwest Coast

Experience 2 hours of pure driving fun with the speedboat on Majorca!

Price overview

  • Speedboat-Tour Majorca Southwest (2h) - per person (from 13 years)30.-€
  • Speedboat-Tour Majorca Southwest (2h) - per child (6-12 years)15.-€
With bathing stop & snorkeling equipment

Booking option: Majorca by speedboat from Magaluf, Son Matias, Cala Vinyes

By speedboat on Mallorca you go for 2 hours along the south coast. You start either at the pier in Magaluf, Son Matias or Cala Vinyes. Enjoy the speed, the beaches and the coastal landscapes. There will be a bathing stop for refreshment, relaxing or snorkeling in the crystal clear water (equipment on board).


  • Duration: ~ 2 hours
  • Hours: 12:00 noon - 2:00 PM
  • Days: Wednesday, Saturday
  • Months: 15th of June - 15th of September
  • Languages: German, English, Spanish
  • Pick-up not included
  • Starting point: Magaluf, Son Matias, Cala Vinyes


  • Skipper, fuel, swim stop(s), snorkeling equipment, snack, 1 drink
Important information


  • Minimum age 6 years

Detailed description

Speed boating in Majorca in the southwest - starting in Magaluf, Son Matias or Cala Vinyes

For all who love speed on the water: Treat yourself, your family or your friends to this ultimate fun! The 2-hour speedboat tour in the southwest of Majorca is a refreshing experience. Look forward to speed rush, waves and wind - because the Majorca speedboat has plenty of power! The experienced skipper steers the speedboat on a popular route to the beautiful bays in the southwest. You can watch the coast from the water and plunge into the sea during a comfortable bath break to cool off.

The speedboat tour in the southwest starts at three possible starting points: Magaluf, Son Matias and Cala Vinyes. From there it is not far to the southwest tip of the island and the outermost point of the bay of Palma. With the speedboat on Mallorca you are not only incredibly fast on the way, you also get to see a lot in a short time. Only the island panorama from the water is worth this boat trip. In addition, you will gain many impressions of the southwest coast of Mallorca, which besides busy holiday resorts also has very quiet, small coves, some caves and beautiful beaches to offer.

The speedboat tour from Magaluf starts two days a week. If you are planning a fun family trip to Mallorca - children from the age of 6 are allowed to go with an adult. Speed boating in Mallorca is always a great combination of water activity and sightseeing. And especially in midsummer the fast ride on the sea provides for cooling and good mood. The speedboat tour from Magaluf includes 1 drink and a snack for each passenger. There are also diving goggles and snorkels on board to take a look around under water during the bathing break.


Valid on the reserved day or for 12 months after date of purchase if no date has been selected. You will receive the tour operator's details with the purchased ticket. Attention: reservation is required! The reservation can be made through sunbonoo as part of the booking process or later by contacting the tour operator directly via phone or email.

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