SUNSET GASTROEXCURSION

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In this tour you will sail through the calm waters of the Balearic Sea, enjoying the wonderful views of the east coast of the island and becoming a privileged spectator of the sunset, one of the most spectacular events that can be seen in the Mediterranean, while savoring a selection of tapas, especially prepared on board and by the chef Nico Rosa, accompanied by a glass of cava.

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Chef Nico Rosa will greet you aboard his sailboat, Chef Siete Mares, , at the marina of Cala D’Or, J37 mooring, with a delicious “caipirinha brasileira” and for those who do not like it, we feel very sorry, since we have other things to offer, but not so good!!!

After the reception, while the chef prepares the dishes with Mediterranean flavors, we will make the crossing towards one of the main beaches of the east of the island of Mallorca from Cala D’Or, to the north or south, where we anchor to taste the tapas of the chef.

This is a very similar tour with our Day GastroExcursion, with delicious chef’s tapas and tasting menu on the grill, which will leave you with “agua na boa”, as we say in Brazil, always accompanied by a delicious cava.

On full moon nights, our tour departs an hour later, so that you can watch a show apart, since the navigation is done at night, but as if it were sunny during the day !!! A real wonder !!!!

In addition, the trip can be made by sailing or motor, depending on the prevailing wind, so we can observe the wonderful coast of the Majorcan Levant.

At the end of the taste menu on the grill, it is time for the sweet moment, and you can taste the dessert made by the chef with Brazilian touch, as well as savoring a delicious homemade liquor from the Mallorcan island.

Then we return to the marina of Cala D’Or, where we will say goodbye to our, ha, friends, wanting to see them again !!!

We leave at 5:30 p.m.
Return to the marina at 10:30 p.m.
Approximate duration: 5 hours
Maximum number of people: 8

**Attention, in the days of Lula Llena We left at 6:30 p.m. and returned at 11:30 p.m.

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