Very practical as it is very close to Palma. It has a sheltered anchorage with a sandy bed and a certain scenic enchantment. Try to anchor as close to the beach as possible, close to a line of buoys, so that you can swim up to the beach without any danger from other boats.
This is, without any doubt, the most chic of all Balearic marinas. You’ll find many excellent restaurants such as Tristán, Wellies and Flanigan’s, in addition to a great atmosphere at night. There are some very impressive yachts, particularly motorboats. If there is no berth, as it is very popular in summer, ask for a place on the waiting quay. Another option is to anchor in the shelter of the dock in the harbour.
Cala Portals Vells
In Bahía de Palma, very close to Cabo Figuera, this is a well-protected cove, with a certain charm. During the day, there is a lot of activity from day-trippers but peace and quiet returns at night. In addition, you can enjoy good fish and rice dishes in the beach bar that is open at night. It is located in the W of the cove.
Peaceful anchorage with no buildings and no visitors, and exceptionally clear water. More appropriate for small craft that can get close to the inside of this narrow cove. Look out for the nets that are generally laid at the entrance.
Sweeping views of Bahía de Palma, which can be enjoyed over a good paella in the Panorámica Playa Restaurant.