Coasts

Illetes

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, E, W
  • 39°32'21.17"N - 2°35'29.29"E

Puerto Portals

  • Recommended anchorage
  • 39°31'46.45"N - 2°33'57.37"E

Magaluf

  • Recommended anchorage
  • SW, S, NE, NW
  • 39°30'21.56"N - 2°31'50.56"E

Portals Vells o El Mago

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, S, W
  • 39°28'30.1"N - 2°31'16.26"E

Cala Figuera

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, S, W
  • 39°27'44.91"N - 2°31'10.28"E

Santa Ponsa

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, E, S
  • 39°30'10.6"N - 2°28'17.55"E

Cala Fornells

  • Recommended anchorage
  • W, N, E, S
  • 39°31'50.74"N - 2°26'20.1"E

Camp de Mar

  • Recommended anchorage
  • E, W, N
  • 39°32'30"N - 2°25'26"E

Cala Llamp

  • Recommended anchorage
  • NW, N, E
  • 39°31'53.74"N - 2°23'2.13"E

Cala Blava

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, NE, E
  • 39°29'8.43"N - 2°44'7.52"E

Cap Blanc

  • Recommended anchorage
  • NW, N, NE
  • 39°21'55.29"N - 2°47'21.94"E

Port d’Andratx

  • Recommended anchorage
  • 39°32'42.12"N - 2°23'9.67"E

Sant Elm

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, E , S
  • 39°34'51.42"N - 2°21'2.92"E

Cala En Basset

  • Recommended anchorage
  • E, S, SW
  • 39°35'44.78"N - 2°21'16.02"E

Sa Dragonera

  • Recommended anchorage
  • NW
  • 39°35'5.51"N - 2°19'10.91"E

Cala Castell

  • Recommended anchorage
  • SW, S, SE, E
  • 39°55'55.19"N - 3°1'56.86"E

Sa Calobra

  • Recommended anchorage
  • S, SE, E
  • 39°51'3.1"N - 2°47'59.79"E

Cala Tuent

  • Recommended anchorage
  • S, SE, E
  • 39°50'30.08"N - 2°46'20"E

Port de Sóller

  • Recommended anchorage
  • 39°47'42.63"N - 2°41'50.9"E

Sóller

  • Recommended anchorage
  • 39°46'1.61"N - 2°42'57.48"E

Llucalcari

  • Recommended anchorage
  • S, SE, E
  • 39°45'54.48"N - 2°39'11.55"E

Cala Deià

  • Recommended anchorage
  • S, SE, E
  • 39°45'37.88"N - 2°38'26.83"E

Deià

  • Recommended anchorage
  • 39°45'2.55"N - 2°38'37.48"E

Sa Foradada

  • Recommended anchorage
  • NE, SW, S, SE, E
  • 39°45'20.54"N - 2°37'19.07"E

Banyalbufar

  • Fondeo recomendado
  • 39°41'15.21"N - 2°30'52.32"E

Valldemossa

  • Recommended anchorage
  • 39°42'40.69"N - 2°37'21.2"E

Port de Valldemossa

  • Recommended anchorage
  • S, SE, E
  • 39°43'6.28"N - 2°35'15.7"E

Es Trenc

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, NE,E
  • 39°20'40.79"N - 2°59'3.9"E

Es Carbó

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, W, E
  • 39°17'59.56"N - 3°1'6.58"E

Port des Canonge

  • Recommended anchorage
  • S, SE, E
  • 39°41'59.94"N - 2°33'16.32"E

Cabrera

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, NE, E, S, SE, W, SW
  • 39°8'26.51"N - 2°56'42.24"E

Canyamel

  • Recommended anchorage
  • W, NW, N
  • 39°39'29.45"N - 3°26'33.94"E

From cabo Ferrutx to Cala Gat

  • Recommended anchorage
  • SE, S, SW, W
  • 39°45'42.33"N - 3°26'49.85"E

Parque Natural de la Península de Llevant

  • Recommended anchorage
  • 39°47'16"N - 3°20'58"E

S’Albufera Natural Park

  • Recommended anchorage
  • 39°47'27.48"N - 3°6'52.41"E

Alcúdia

  • Recommended anchorage
  • 39°51'14.88"N - 3°7'27.15"E

Port d’Alcúdia

  • Recommended anchorage
  • 39°50'34.79"N - 3°7'58.66"E

Es Coll Baix

  • Recommended anchorage
  • NW, W, S
  • 39°51'10.54"N - 3°7'27.98"E

Ses Caletes o Cala des Pinar

  • Recommended anchorage
  • S, SW
  • 39°53'10.39"N - 3°11'14.65"E

Port de Pollença

  • Recommended anchorage
  • 39°54'26.66"N - 3°4'56.67"E

Playa de Formentor

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, NW, W, S
  • 39°55'41.04"N - 3°8'19"E

Cala Murta

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, NW, W, S
  • 39°56'27.17"N - 3°10'51.86"E

Cala Figuera

  • Recommended anchorage
  • S, SE
  • 39°57'7.57"N - 3°10'22.37"E

Cala de Sant Vicenç

  • Recommended anchorage
  • S, SE
  • 39°55'16.26"N - 3°3'27.58"E

Cala Estremer

  • Recommended anchorage
  • S, SE
  • 39°55'50.61"N - 3°2'20.86"E

Playa des Caragol

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, NE, E
  • 39°16'31.78"N - 3°2'36.44"E

Cabo de Ses Salines

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, NW, W
  • 39°15'56.12"N - 3°3'11.49"E

Caló des Màrmols

  • Recommended anchorage
  • SW, W,NW,, N
  • 39°17'16.67"N - 3°5'30.57"E

Cala S’Almonia y Caló des Moro

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, NW, W
  • 39°18'42.84"N - 3°7'20.44"E

Cala Llombards

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, NW, W
  • 39°19'26.22"N - 3°8'20.48"E

Cala Santanyí

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, NW, W
  • 39°19'55.67"N - 3°8'36.46"E

Cala Figuera de Santanyí

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, NW, W
  • 39°19'50.36"N - 3°10'17.61"E

Cala Mondragó

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, NW, W
  • 39°21'2.57"N - 3°11'23.09"E

Portocolom

  • Recommended anchorage
  • 39°25'25.71"N - 3°15'46.04"E

Cala Domingos

  • Recommended anchorage
  • SW, W, NW, N
  • 39°27'25.93"N - 3°16'41.5"E

Cala Varques

  • Recommended anchorage
  • SW, W, NW, N
  • 39°29'59.14"N - 3°17'45.35"E

Porto Cristo

  • Recommended anchorage
  • 39°32'21.01"N - 3°20'10.38"E
  • 01Alcúdia

    Alcúdia

    The town of Alcúdia lies 2 km from the port, and contains numerous attractions. One of them is discovering the origins of the town – the Roman archaeological site of Pollentia, a town built after the conquest of Mallorca in the…

  • 02Banyalbufar

    Banyalbufar

    Jump at the chance to hire a vehicle or call a taxi to travel to Banyalbufar, a village south of Valldemossa that overlooks the sea with a rugged geography ridged with ancient terraces planted with vines of the malmsey variety. Most…

  • 03Cabo de Ses
    Salines

    Cabo
    de Ses Salines

    This is the southernmost tip of Mallorca, and the closest place to the African continent on the island. A completely virgin area, a flat landscape populated with savin junipers and brush. The coast is low here, and the only construction…

  • 04Cabrera

    Cabrera

    Cabrera is the tiny archipelago located south east of Mallorca, comprised of 18 islands and islets. This National Park protects 10,000 hectares of territory, 85% of which is in the sea. Visiting it is one of the best experiences you…

  • 05Cala
    Blava

    Cala Blava

    Cala Blava, on the east coast of the bay of Palma, is a quiet residential complex with small coves of transparent waters, most of which are rocky. The largest one is Cala Mosca or Cala Mosques, surround ed by housing…

  • 06Cala
    Castell

    Cala
    Castell

    After a long stretch of unspoilt coastline with barely any anchorages, to the north Cala Castell opens up. Its name comes from the rocky castle standing over 490 m above sea level. From the land, the beach is difficult to…

  • 07Cala de Sant
    Vicenç

    Cala
    de Sant Vicenç

    Cala Sant Vicenç is actually a group of four small coves separated from one another: Cala Molins — with fine sand, frequented by bathers —, Cala Carbó, with a gravelly, pebbly beach, Cala Clara, small and fairly busy due to…

  • 08Cala
    Deià

    Cala
    Deià

    A legendary cove surrounded by medium-high cliffs with very clean, clear waters. The beach of coarse sand and pebbles is extremely busy in summer, with a host of famous faces providing a touch of glamour. On the edges there is a…

  • 09Cala
    Domingos

    Cala
    Domingos

    This cove is actually formed by two almost identical coves that share the same mouth, separated by a rocky salient. The larger one is known as Es Domingos Grans, and the smaller one as Es Domingos Petits or Cala Tropicana…

  • 10Cala
    En
    Basset

    Cala
    En Basset

    On the coast of Andratx, lying opposite to one of the three lighthouse of Sa Dragonera, lies this isolated beach which is difficult to access overland, making it a solitary place. The beach measures around 40 m in length by…

  • 11Cala
    Estremer

    Cala
    Estremer

    Separated from Cala Castell by the long, spectacular, rocky Punta de sa Galera headland. This deep inlet is flanked by vertical cliffs and has a pristine gravelly, stony beach that comprises a breathtaking landscape, which is often solitary, due to the…

  • 12Cala
    Figuera

    Cala
    Figuera

    An unspoilt rocky inlet surrounded by cliffs. A peaceful anchorage, away from the hustle and bustle of the tourist resorts around it, from where one can gaze on the lighthouse of the Cala Figuera headland. The inlet becomes narrower until…

  • 13Cala
    Figuera

    Cala
    Figuera

    The last beach along the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range before crossing the headland of Cap de Formentor, situated between Cap de Catalunya and Punta d’En Tomàs. A spectacular U-shaped inlet fenced in by cliffs – those on the right are…

  • 14Cala Figuera de
    Santanyí

    Cala Figuera
    de Santanyí

    This inlet opens up between Cala Santanyí and Cabo des Moro, constituting an idyllic enclave. If the sea is calm and the wind favourable, you can anchor outside, on a level with the first hotel you will see on the…

  • 15Cala
    Fornells

    Cala
    Fornells

    Small sandy and rocky beach, an anchorage from where you will enjoy fantastic views of the beaches of Peguera, Santa Ponça, the island of Es Malgrat and El Caló de Ses Llises. This beautiful stretch of sand is bathed by…

  • 16Cala
    Llamp

    Cala
    Llamp

    A quiet anchorage off a rocky beach 35 m long by 5 m deep. It is located in a builtup area of Port d’Andratx, between Morro des Garrover and Sa Punta des Cocó, and always under the watchful gaze of…

  • 17Cala
    Llombards

    Cala
    Llombards

    Between Cala Santanyí and Cala S’Almonia lies this small beach, around which a tiny village has grown up. The cove, which is about 55 m long by 150 m wide, is delimited by rugged cliffs with the odd fishermen’s hut…

  • 18Cala Magraner,
    Cala Pilota y
    Cala Virgili

    Cala Magraner, Cala Pilota
    y Cala Virgili

    Three small adjoining coves which share the same mouth, surrounded by a pristine landscape. Cala Magraner is the largest, formed by the mouth of a torrent the last stretch of which turns into a tiny wetland; the beach, which is…

  • 19Cala
    Mondragó

    Cala
    Mondragó

    Transparent, turquoise waters, dunes, cliffs, small woods of pine and wild olive trees. This recreation of paradise has a name: Mondragó, a Natural Park and Special Protection Area for Birds. Almost 800 hectares that include the beaches of S’Amarador and…

  • 20Cala
    Murta

    Cala
    Murta

    An excellent anchorage, well sheltered from the north winds and with a broad mouth. In the midst of this pristine landscape the sea penetrates 180 m inland to end on a semi-circular beach where a torrent runs out. The edges…

  • 21Cala
    S’Almonia y
    Caló des Moro

    Cala S’Almonia
    y Caló des Moro

    S’Almonia is a place name that generally refers to both Es Maquer and S’Almonia, two coves sitting opposite one another that make up one of the most authentic beauty spots in Mallorca, and are close to a third cove, Es Caló…

  • 22Cala
    Sa
    Nau

    Cala
    Sa Nau

    This narrow cove lies south of Portocolom, and it is difficult to anchor here with a large vessel. To enjoy it the best idea is to drop anchor outside the shelter zone and enter the cove with the dinghy. The…

  • 23Cala
    Santanyí

    Cala
    Santanyí

    A deep cove with turquoise waters, frequented by surfers and divers too, due to the rich seabed and the presence of a small diving school. Very busy in summer, with huge tourist installations crowded around it. From the beach, which…

  • 24Cala
    Tuent

    Cala
    Tuent

    Between Punta de Sa Corda and Morro des Forat, in the shadow of the Puig Major — the highest peak on the island, standing at 1445 m — this unspoilt cove unfolds, with slopes planted with dense pine groves that…

  • 25Cala
    Varques

    Cala
    Varques

    Cala Varques is made up of two small beaches and unspoilt scenery. It is difficult for larger boats to anchor in the cove itself, although they can do so outside the shelter zone – if the sea is calm and…

  • 26Caló des
    Màrmols

    Caló
    des Màrmols

    The name of this very sheltered cove comes from the marbled whiteness of its sand and the stones around it. The beach is peaceful, unspoilt, set between cliffs standing about 20 m high. From this anchorage one can appreciate a lovely…

  • 27Camp
    de
    Mar

    Camp
    de Mar

    This area, very built-up in some places, makes an excellent anchorage, with three beaches and different atmospheres to choose from. Cala Blanca is an unspoilt pebbly, gravelly beach, guarded by the mount or puig of Sa Talaia, with a mostly…

  • 28Canyamel

    Canyamel

    In summer, the beach of Canyamel bustles with activity due to the numerous hotels, tourist apartments and nighttime entertainment establishments with a good atmosphere. The splendid Artà caves are in the headland of Cap Vermell, and a visit, which lasts…

  • 29Cap
    Blanc

    Cap
    Blanc

    The Cap Blanc headland closes off one of the tips of the bay of Palma. This is one of the loneiest areas on the island, and you will be able to anchor alongside cliffs standing around 90 metres high where…

  • 30Deià

    Deià

    One of Mallorca’s most cosmopolitan villages, chosen by artists of all nationality as a place of inspiration and residence. The one who stands out from them all is shadow of the Teix, a magnetic mountain. In its steep streets, your walk…

  • 31Es
    Carbó

    Es
    Carbó

    A heavenly beach of white sand located off the islet of Na Moltona. A privilege indeed for sailors, as this unspoilt stretch of sand can only be reached on foot overland, as a result of which only a few bathers…

  • 32Es
    Coll
    Baix

    Es
    Coll Baix

    This solitary, unspoilt cove peeks out in the bay of Alcúdia, and is difficult to access by land, and from it you can contemplate the headlands on either side of it – Cap des Pinar and Cap de Ferrutx. The…

  • 33Es
    Trenc

    Es
    Trenc

    Mallorca’s legendary, acclaimed beach, because it is one of the last unspoilt stretches of sand on the island and is well preserved, an emblem of the local nature protection movement. Es Trenc and the neighbouring wetland of Salobrar de Campos…

  • 34From cabo
    Ferrutx to Cala
    Gat

    From cabo Ferrutx
    to Cala Gat

    A string of delightful coves, anchorages to choose from according to the favourable winds. Cala Torta or S’Aduaia, with fine sand and a kiosk, opens up amidst low rocks and mountains where pine trees, thyme and indigenous species such as…

  • 35Illetes

    Illetes

    A small tourist resort in the bay of Palma, formed by three beaches: Cala Brogit, Es Fortí and Cala Comtessa, the smallest. All together they are known as Illetes, a name that refers to the group of islets that crown…

  • 36La Trapa
    (excursión)

    La
    Trapa

    This is the name of the 75-hectare estate located opposite the island of Sa Dragonera. An extremely beautiful place where, in 1810, a community of monks fleeing from the French Revolution settled in order to lead a self-sufficient, solitary life,…

  • 37Llucalcari

    Llucalcari

    A pictorial, almost secret cove frequented by deianencs, natives of Deià and not too crowded as in order to reach it by land the final stretch must be covered on foot. Nearby stands an idyllic residential area, comprised of around twenty…

  • 38Magaluf

    Magaluf

    Magaluf is a booming tourist resort, very built-up and crowded in summer, which has grown up around a long beach with the islet of Sa Porrassa lying off the coast about 600 m away. An enclave that has been gaining ground…

  • 39Palma

    Palma
    The City

    Palma is a city that has always lived looking out to sea, facing the grandiose bay that is now the venue for important sports competitions. Its maritime façade is adorned by its cathedral, a huge promenade marked out with palm…

  • 40Parque Natural
    de la
    Península de
    Llevant

    Llevant
    Natural Park

    This protected area is in the municipality of Artà and includes the estates of Albarca and Es Verger, and the reserves of Cabo Ferrutx and Cabo des Freu. High mountains, pristine beaches, cliffs, holmoak woods, pine trees and garrigue, with…

  • 41Playa de
    Formentor

    Playa
    de Formentor

    An advance buoy reservation is required for this anchorage. Playa de Formentor, also called Cala Pi de Sa Posada, is one of the most idyllic places on Mallorca. A sandy beach sheltered from the wind where the pine trees caress…

  • 42Playa des
    Caragol

    Playa
    des Caragol

    A huge stretch of sand close to the Ses Salines headland, 500 metres long by 60 m deep. Access by land involves a fairly long walk, so this is a place frequented by sailors looking for peace and quiet, in…

  • 43Pollensa

    Pollensa

    This village, located 8.6 km from the Port of Pollença, is definitely worth an unhurried visit. It is an old enclave, protected by mountains, with cobbled streets and a large Plaza Major, surrounded by cafés and restaurants with terraces. It…

  • 44Port
    Adriano

    Port
    Adriano

    Port Adriano is a marina for large yachts where you will find everything you need to enjoy your passion for the sea to the full. In this guidebook we have devoted an entire chapter to the numerous attractions of the…

  • 45Port
    d’Alcúdia

    Port
    d’Alcúdia

    Alcúdia has two marinas blessed with all kinds of services – AlcúdiaMar (for boats measuring up to 30 m in length) and Marina de Bonaire (maximum length 16 m). The port is a modern tourist enclave that still preserves some…

  • 46Port
    d’Andratx

    Port
    d’Andratx

    Port d’Andratx is a large natural harbour surrounded by coves with transparent waters, such as Cala Llamp, Cala Moragues and Cala d’Egos. In bygone times it was a haven for fishermen, but now it has become a modern port where exclusive…

  • 47Port de
    Pollença

    Port
    de Pollença

    The Real Club Náutico Pollença manages this port (for vessels with maximum lengths of 25 m), where you will find all the services a sailor requires. The town was once a fishing hamlet, and has now been transformed into a…

  • 48Port
    de
    Sóller

    Port
    de Sóller

    One of the main natural harbours on the coast of Mallorca, which contains two marinas, one of them public, for boats up to 15 m in length, and Marina Tramontana, for boats up to a maximum length of 35 m (boats…

  • 49Port de
    Valldemossa

    Port
    de Valldemossa

    The locals know this cove as Sa Marina, and it is a natural outlet to the sea for the village of Valldemossa. You can access its shores by tender, to walk along a tiny beach steeped in charm where you can…

  • 50Port des
    Canonge

    Port
    des Canonge

    A sheltered cove adorned with escars, tiny huts with slips where fishermen used to keep their boats and utensils. Clean, very clear waters caress a stony beach frequented by locals, where it is worthwhile landing to stroll along the shore…

  • 51Portals Vells o
    El Mago

    Portals Vells
    o El Mago

    Portals Vells II or the beach of El Mago form part of Cala Portals Vells, a small estuary that splits up into inlets ending up in four small coves: El Mago, Sa Caleta, Sa Platgeta and Platja del Rei.  The nudist…

  • 52Porto
    Cristo

    Porto
    Cristo

    Portocristo is the natural harbour in the Manacor municipality, a summer haunt very popular with islanders. The marina is managed by the Club Náutico Portocristo, for boats of up to 20 m in length. Next to it there is a…

  • 53Portocolom

    Portocolom

    This enormous natural harbour with moorings and services for sailors managed by the Club Náutico Portocolom (for vessels up to 20 m in length), is one of Mallorca’s most delightful beauty spots. On land, preferably in the evening, it is…

  • 54Portopetro

    Portopetro

    This inlet forms a sheltered natural harbour, lying between Cala d’Or and Mondragó, closed off by Punta de Sa Torre and Es Frontet. The marina berths are managed by the Real Club Náutico Portopetro, for boats up to 20 m…

  • 55Puerto
    Portals

    Puerto
    Portals

    Nautical and leisure complex in the bay of Palma, for boats measuring up to 60 m. It has a shopping area with restaurants, bars, fashion boutiques and perfumeries, amongst other services.

  • 56S’Albufera
    Natural Park

    S’Albufera
    Natural Park

    This jewel of nature lies around 8 km from the Port of Alcúdia towards the east, an incredible space on an island sometimes afflicted by drought – lagoons and wetlands inhabited by numerous species of birds which restock and reproduce…

  • 57Sa
    Calobra

    Sa
    Calobra

    For many this is one of the most beautiful coves on the island, lying between Morro de sa Vaca and Morro de ses Fel·les. On the land side it forms a beach of sand, gravel and pebbles, and is famous for…

  • 58Sa
    Dragonera

    Sa
    Dragonera

    This islet shaped like a sleeping dragon seems to watch over the southwest coast of Mallorca, and makes a spectacular anchorage. Before setting off for it you must ask for permission and reserve a buoy in the quay of Es…

  • 59Sa
    Foradada

    Sa
    Foradada

    Sa Foradada is a peninsula with an impressive 18-metre hole in it, and one of the best anchorages along the coast of Tramuntana. A place dominated by solitude and the murmur of the sea breaking against the coast which acquires…

  • 60Sant
    Elm

    Playas
    de Sant Elm

    About 8 nautical miles from Port Adriano and opposite Sa Dragonera lies Sant Elm, a small tourist resort with several beaches where boats up to 16 m can anchor with buoys. Here you can choose between a series of anchorages…

  • 61Santa
    Ponsa

    Santa
    Ponsa

    The beach of Sant Ponça forms a bay with a sandy seabed between Punta des Castellot  and Caló d’En Pellicer. It is extremely relevant in historical terms, as this was the place where, in the 13th century, the Christian conquest…

  • 62Ses Caletes o
    Cala des Pinar

    Ses Caletes
    o Cala des Pinar

    A spectacular anchorage with views of the magnitude of the bay of Pollença, and close to the headland of Cap des Pinar. Ses Caletes is an inlet with a sandy bottom on a stretch of coast with cliffs where pines…

  • 63Sóller

    Sóller

    The town flourishes in a valley surrounded by olive groves and orchards, and in the air one breathes in peace and tranquillity. A commercial town fond of the produce of its own land, like oranges, olive oil, jams or ice…

  • 64Valldemossa

    Valldemossa

    Even though this is a very busy place in summer, it is worthwhile wandering around the steep streets of Valldemossa, with its stone houses decorated with flowerpots. An atmosphere that inspired writers like Jovellanos, Rubén Darío and Santiago Rusiñol  as…