Original activities in Mallorca, Ibiza and Lanzarote
Our communication system allows you to enjoy the experience of a guided tour from your own car
Mallorca, the island that has it all
We know that Mallorca has a lot to offer, and also that it is a mature tourist destination, which has been a reference for many other holiday destinations since the 1960s. Driveando is experiential tourism, we travel through areas less known to the general public. We have 3 idyllic routes, with which we want to show that most local, authentic and wonderful part. We will travel along secondary roads, private farms, remote places, where our guides will accompany us with stories and legends, local gastronomy and landscapes, where anyone would find it difficult to get to on their own. A Driveando experience, also, allows the most independent travellers to enjoy a different day, in the company of a local expert, without the need to use a GPS or a tourist guide.
We discover the most hidden Ibiza
Our Tour "Driveando, The hidden Ibiza" allows travellers to explore the interior of the island, discovering the secrets of several picturesque and magical places. Visiting Ibiza on your own or with an expert guide is interesting, complementary and totally recommended. In our first Driveando route in Ibiza, we have selected places like Cala Llentía, Museo Aloe, Festival Club, Es Vedrá, Es Cubells or Sa Caleta, to provide a unique excursion, with an innovative formula of portable radios and portable microphones, which allow our clients to enjoy a unique experience in their own vehicle or in the company of a local guide who is an expert in the destination.
The Fire Island
A Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO since 1993, the island of Lanzarote is sculpted between volcanoes and beaches forming a unique landscape in the world. The National Park of Timanfaya and its great environmental culture, eclipse other less known attractions, that we are determined to show through our unique Driveando routes.
The pearl of the Mediterranean
A genuine natural paradise, lost in the Mediterranean. Menorca is the best-preserved coastline on the Spanish coast. Menorca's position was strategic due to its natural ports, of great dimensions such as the Ports of Mahon or Ciutadella, which have marked the island throughout its history. Menorca's great historical heritage, its enormous cultural plurality and its customs, traditions and gastronomy are the indelible mark of the Byzantines, Greeks, Phoenicians, Carthaginians and Muslims, as well as the English and French. The island of Menorca was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1993 thanks to its extraordinary environmental richness and its sustainable growth with the protection of natural resources.