Mallorca is ideal for snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking and paddle boarding. You can take courses or a guided trip, which is an excellent way of exploring every corner of the coastline. You can also take a boat ride to explore the caves as an easy option.
Sports events in Porto Colom
Porto Colom celebrates the TriStar Mallorca Triathlon which usually happens in April. The swimming takes place in the harbour, the biking climbs the Saint Salvador hill and the running is from the old town along the Porto Colom beaches. You can participate in either the 55.5 km or 111 km race. Otherwise, you can just enjoy watching the event.
Trekking routes from Porto Colom
Porto Colom – Cala San Nau
About 3 hours walk, 10 kms. We start from the pier towards Portocolom Cala Marcal. Once there, we take the Cala Brafi road which continues along the coast passing through Cala Estreta and finally to Cala Sa Nau, where we can take a swim.
Porto Colom – Cala Murada
It takes around 2 hours with a total of 10 kms. We leave from the pier in the old port. We head to s’Algar, and when we are in Riuetó, pass through a barrier on the left. We continue down the path to find two walls before reaching the road where you turn left to reach the beach.
Portocolom – S’Horta
2 hours, 13 km, return. We leave, as in route No.1 (Porto Colom – Cala San Nau), towards Cala Marcal. When we have climbed a hill just past the beach, we take a dirt road, which passes in front of a very old house. We follow this road until S’Horta.
Porto Colom – Sant Salvador
4.30 hours, 46 km, return. The same itinerary as No. 3 (Portocolom – S’Horta) Once in S’Horta, we go to the football pitch, where we take a paved road leading to the orchards. Then the first turning right, and we follow the signs to the Felanitx – Portocolom road. The Sant Salvador sign leads us to the top. Also possible by bike.