North Coast

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

FROM CALA ESTREMER TO PUNTA DE N’AMER

In the north, the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range comes to a spectacular end, precipitating down into the sea in the form of the cliffs of Formentor. Beside it lie the broad bays of Pollença and Alcúdia, with their long enormous beaches, secret coves and inland, villages steeped in culture and traditions, where you can also try avant-garde gastronomy. The mountains emerge once again to the northwest at the sierras de Llevant, which preserve one of the most unspoilt stretches of Mallorca’s coastline on their sea side. An ideal place for enjoying water sports, diving, golf, bicycle tourism, horse riding or hiking, and choosing between anchorages with a lively atmosphere or places where the trace of humankind is barely perceptible.

  • 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…

  • 02Cala 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…

  • 03Cala
    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…

  • 04Cala
    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…

  • 05Cala
    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…

  • 06Canyamel

    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…

  • 07Es
    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…

  • 08From 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…

  • 09Parque 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…

  • 10Playa 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…

  • 11Pollensa

    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…

  • 12Port
    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…

  • 13Port 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…

  • 14S’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…

  • 15Ses 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…