In Majorca’s northeast in Soller lies the large marina “Puerto de Soller”. The port offers space for 910 sailing boats and motor jots, divided into the two marinas “Marina Tramuntana” and “Puerto de Soller”. The maximum boat length is 30 m. A boat lift for up to 12 tonnes is on site. Quite a few jot chartering services and a diving school are situated on the marina area. A small part of the port is used as a fishing harbour. The piers are fitted with water-and power connections, and a filling station is situated at the harbour entrance. Many bars, restaurants and souvenir shops are right at the harbour. The small town Soller is known as Majorca’s orange valley. Many excellent restaurants such as the Es Passeig, the Nunu restaurant, the Ses Oliveres, the Sa Taronja and the Nautilus can be found here. The famous orange-and lemon ice cream “Sa Fabrica de Gelats” and the “Café Scholl” with its Vienna-like charm, are unique in Majorca. More than ten cruise ships doc in Soller every year. They anchor in the bay and the passengers are then brought on land via tender boats.
Marinas Of Majorca
Marina S´Estanyol de Migjorn
The marina “Club Nautico S’Estanyol” lies in the south of the island Majorca. The small marina offers 280 berths for motorboats and sailing boats of up to 12 m in length. All berths have water-and power connections. A crane which lifts up to 12 tonnes is at your service, as is a filling station at the harbour’s entrance. In the small village, you will find various restaurants and the well-known ice cream shop “Cardinelli”. The ice café is situated right on the shore and has a great view of the Mediterranean Sea.
Marina Sa Rapita
Sa Rapita with its port “Club Nautico Sa Rapita” lies in the south of the island Majorca. The port offers moorings for sailing jots and motorboats with lengths of up to 20 m. A total of 480 berths are available. The marina offers a filling station and a boat crane with 50 tonnes maximum lift. The piers are fitted with power-and water connections. Situated right by the beach are a small chalet complex and the beach S’Arenal de Sa Rapita. In Sa Rapita you will find various restaurants such as the well known can Pep and the restaurant Voramar with view of the sea.
Marina Colonia Sant Jordi
The small marina “Puerto Colonia de Sant Jordi” offers 320 berths including water-and power connections. Motorboats and sailing boats up to a length of 10 m can doc here. The sports harbour possesses a crane which can lift up to 9 tonnes. A filling station is located at the harbour entrance. The promenade offers good infrastructure directly at the harbour. From the many shops and restaurants, we recommend e.g. the Es Punt, the Sa Foganya or the Port Blau right on the shore. Close to Colonia Sant Jordi you will find salt works with salt extraction and the well-known salt Flor de Sal.
Marina Palma de Mallorca
The largest harbour in Majorca is called “Puerto de Palma de Mallorca” and offers berths for more than “just” motor boats and sailing jots. Many large cruise ships also doc here. The ferrying companies Balearia and Acciona operate from here for journeys to the mainland and other destinations. The western pier has been extended to 380 metres in length so even the largest cruise ships can doc here now. The different berths are grouped together in various clubs such as the “Marina Port de Mallorca” and the “Real Club Nautico de Palam” etc. The total number of berths for sailing boats, speed boats and jots amounts to over 2000. The piers are equipped with water-and power connections. Various boat cranes and filling stations are located at the port. The clubs of course offer sanitary facilities and changing rooms. Various services such as a service-and repair station and some boat lifts are also on site. The infrastructure in Palma is excellent. Located right by the Paseo Maritimo are many shops, restaurants and hotels. Famous hotels are the Mirador, Melia Palas Atena and the Tryp Bellver. Restaurants worth visiting are the “Cappucino”, “Pesquero”, “Bahia Mediterraneo” and the restaurant “La Villa”. Renowned luxury fashion designers such as Louis Vuitton, Sportalm, Chanel and Dior have shops in Palma. Therefore, the marina of Palma de Mallorca is one of the more special ones in the Mediterranean Sea.
Marina Port Adriano
This super luxurious marina lies in the west of Majorca by El Toro. Jetties are fitted with power-and water connections. The harbour has room for 440 jots and mega jots with lengths of up to 80 metres. The marina offers numerous cranes and a boat lift is on site, as well as a filling station. Speed boats of all kind are stored in an area of 10.000 m². Stretching through the middle of the marina an exclusive shopping strip offers stores with design labels, bars and restaurants. Here you will also find the famous restaurant “Sansibar”.
Marina Porto Colom
Situated in Porto Colom, which lies in Majorca’s east, are the marina “Club Nautico Porto Colom” and the harbour “Puerto de Portocolom”. Together they offer over 490 berths. Boats of up to 15 metres can doc here. A water-and power connection is present, as well as a boat lift. The filling station is right in the middle of the harbour. Directly along the promenade many restaurants like the “HPC Porto Colom”, “Can Tomeu”, “Mestral”, “Los Pinos” and the exclusive restaurant “Colon” provide you with great meals. Located not far from the marina is the sand bay Cala Marcal.
Marina Puerto de Pollensa
In Port de Pollensa, located in the north of Majorca, there are two marinas, the Puerto de Pollensa” and the “Real Club Nautic Port de Pollensa”. Together, both marinas feature 980 berths. This large port operates a mighty boat lift capable of lifting up to 50 tonnes. Washing-and shower rooms are on offer for jot owners. Both marinas also have water-and power connections at the piers. Sailing boats and jots up to 25 metres long can doc at the marina, which also offers a filling station. Many shops and restaurants are located in Puerto de Pollensa. The most popular are the “Siller”, “Ca’n Josep”, “Ambrosia”, “Tiberi”, “La Cabana” and the most heard of one, the “Stay”. The white sandy beach of Pollensa offers an imposing view of the Sierra de Tramuntana mountains.