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In a nutshell

Palma on two wheels is a whole other experience. Jump on a Vespa and set off on an exciting tour of the south-eastern corner of Majorca. Then park up your scooter and take a few hours' break with a dip in the sea. Perfect!

Main stops
  • Town of Calvià at the foot of the Sierra Tramuntana
  • Santa Ponsa
  • View of the Malgrats islands
  • Portals Vells beach

The programme
  • After a quick briefing with the instructor, you will be given a splendid vintage Vespa. And off we go! We'll venture towards the town of Calvià, at the foot of the Sierra de Tramuntana, to reach the bay at Santa Ponsa.
  • Of course, when you're on a Vespa, you could just keep going, but it's worth stopping for the view of the Malgrats islands, a very wild nature reserve where you can take photos galore!
  • We'll motor onwards to Portals Vells beach, a short stretch of white sand at the northern end of Palma Bay. Here we'll all take a break to stretch our legs a little, have a dip in the sea and get a tan under the sun. And perhaps enjoy a couple of tapas and an iced cerveza in one of the many bars and restaurants.
  • Then it's back to Palma to return the scooters and rejoin the ship.

Good to know
  • During the tour, a local guide will provide assistance and information in English and Spanish.
  • All drivers must present a valid identity document.
  • To ride a Vespa, you need to be 21 years old and have held a driving license for at least 3 years.
  • Passengers must be at least 18 years old and are forbidden to drive the vehicle.
  • A deposit of 200 euros per Vespa is required.
  • Prices are for one scooter for two people.