In addition to Port de Palma, which is also a cargo handling centre and ferry port, Mallorca has a number of yachting and fishing ports in its many coastal towns.
Port de Palma Ferry and cruise port
Port de Palma is the port in Palma de Mallorca. It is located on the Southwest Coast Mallorca of the island and is protected from the waves of the Mediterranean by a system of dikes and jetties. In addition to its function as a cargo handling point, the capital's port is the point of departure and arrival for ferries and cruise ships. The ferry terminal is to be found at Moll de Paraires. There are several car ferries departing daily and heading for the neighbouring islands of Ibiza, Menorca and Formentera or the Spanish ports of València, Barcelona and Dénia. The West Sea Wall is just beyond Moll de Paraires is and this serves as a docking station for cruise ships. Mallorca is served by almost all the cruise lines in the western Mediterranean. Up to five ships with a length of over than 300 m can simultaneously anchor at the West Sea Wall.
Marinas in Port de Palma
Mallorca's largest port is home to several yacht clubs, which together offer berths for more than 2,000 yachts. The Real Club Náutico de Palma offers moorings for boats with a total length of up to 40 m. Within the gated Marinas in Mallorca there are fresh and wastewater connections, electrical connections, several slipways and a Refuelling in Mallorca. Many services are offered at the marina include a cleaning service for the boats and a repair service. Minor damage to the hull can be repaired here quickly and easily.
In the clubhouses you will find showers and sanitary facilities and as you stroll along Paseo Maritimo you will be spoiled for choice by a collection of exclusive shops and restaurants at your disposal. In the summer months, you have a reasonable chance of bumping into a member of the Spanish Royal Family in the restaurant at Real Club Náutico de Palma whose yacht may well be moored there.
Port d'Pollenҫa - harbour for yachts and speed boats on the north coast
In addition to the marina at Alcúdia in the north of Mallorca, Port d'Pollenҫa is the most important yachting marina on the The North Coast of Mallorca - imposing cliffs and heavenly beaches. Due to its geographical location, the marina is the first point of contact for part-time skippers bringing their yachts from the French or Spanish mainland coasts. The Reial Club Nàutic Port de Pollenҫa and Puerto de Pollenҫa offer nearly 1,000 berths. In addition to sanitary facilities, water connections, electrical connections and a fuelling station, there is a shipyard where damage to vessels can be repaired. Yachtsmen and women are especially fond of the unique location of the harbour in the bay of Pollença in the north of Mallorca.
The natural harbour of Port d'Andratx
The protected natural harbour of Port d‘Andratx Harbour is located on the west coast of Mallorca. It is dominated by the mountaintops of the Serra de Tramuntana in the north of Mallorca and has a romantic atmosphere. The yacht clubs together have almost 700 berths. Boats of up to 35 m in length can dock here. The marina is under 24-hour security surveillance and is closed at night. The first class infrastructure includes use of sanitary facilities, fuelling facilities, a slipway, several restaurants and electricity and water connections. Port d‘Andratx on the southwest coast of Mallorca is a popular meeting place for Celebrities in Mallorca from the world of film, show business, politics and business.
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Those who have often stayed on the sunny island may wish to discover something new for their next stay. We present three historical, fascinating destinations that are far away from the tourist hustle and bustle.
Marinas in Mallorca
We will introduce you to the most important, most beautiful and most exclusive marinas that the Mallorca has to offer.
The Palma Pass 72 h is the basic version of the tourist pass. It costs a one-time fee of 33 euros and entitles you to all the benefits for a period of three days.