Ibiza resorts run trips to neighboring beaches and to smaller islands. Trips from Ibiza to Formentera include an escorted bus tour. In Sant Antoni, there are a number of tour organizers to choose from.
Most Mallorca hotels and resorts offer guided tours. Typical itineraries are the Caves of Artà or Drac, on the east coast, including the nearby Auto Safari Park and an artificial-pearl factory in Manacor; the Chopin museum in the old monastery at Valldemossa, returning through the writers' and artists' village of Deià; the port of Sóller and the Arab gardens at Alfàbia; the Thursday market and leather factories in Inca; Port de Pollença; Cap de Formentor; and the northern beaches.
Excursions a Cabrera. Several options are available for visits to Cabrera, from a 1½-hour sunset swim, including sparkling wine and dessert, to a daylong tour, with time to explore independently. One option for this is to take a self-guided tour of the island's underwater ecosystem—using a mask and snorkel with their own sound system; the recording explains the main points of interest as you swim. Boats generally depart from Colònia Sant Jordi, 47 km (29 miles) southeast of Palma. You can buy tickets on the dock at Carrer Babriel Roca or online. Colònia de Sant Jordi, Balearic Islands. 971/649034; www.excursionsacabrera.es. From €30.
Yellow Catamarans. On Menorca, sightseeing trips on glass-bottom catamarans leave Mahón's harbor from the quayside near the Xoriguer gin factory. Departure times vary; check with the tourist information office on the Moll de Ponent, at the foot of the winding stairs from the old city to the harbor. Moll de Llevant 12, Maó, Balearic Islands, 07701. 971/352307; 639/676351; www.yellowcatamarans.com. €13.