Hidden from the view of the nearby buildings, this is a good place to enjoy a swim or even stay overnight. Very practical for making the crossing to Minorca as it is the closest point.
Small fishing port where it is quite likely you will have to lie alongside other craft berthed on the quay. There is a sea promenade across the rocks overlooking the sea with numerous bars and restaurants. For a good fish restaurant, however, we recommend Ca’n Maya, located in the port itself.
Medium size port and rather attractive. Berths in the Yacht Club (Port) and Port Authorities (Starboard). The anchorage area is small and not well protected. From here, you can visit the famous Drach caves.
Typical tiny east coast Mallorca cove, no buildings and surrounded by pines and with two fine sandy beaches. You often find cows feeding close to the beach!
One of the most attractive natural harbours in Mallorca. Dusk falling over the mountains is quite unforgettable and you will be unable to take your eyes of it! There are few berths but the anchorage area is large. The best restaurant, and one of our favourites on the Island, is called Sa Sinia.