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Mallorca's Coastline

Mallorca, the largest of Spain's Balearic Islands, boasts a diverse and picturesque coastline dotted with charming harbors. Each harbor location on the island offers a unique blend of natural beauty, historical significance, and modern amenities, catering to both locals and tourists alike.

Palma de Mallorca & Bay of Palma
Palma de Mallorca - El Arenal

Palma de Mallorca, the capital city, is home to one of the most vibrant harbors in the Mediterranean. The Port of Palma is a bustling hub where luxury yachts share space with fishing boats, and visitors can explore the iconic Cathedral of Santa Maria, dominating the skyline.
There is a busy yachting scene where all Superyachts can be found from Jeff Bezos luxurious SY KORU or Rafa Nadal his Sailing catamaran.

South coast
Port Andratx - Portals Nous - Santa Ponsa - Palmanova

Along the sun-kissed shores of Mallorca's southern coast, from Palmanova to Portals Nous, lies a tapestry of coastal delights waiting to be discovered. Palmanova beckons with its lively promenade and golden sands, perfect for soaking up the Mediterranean sun. Here, on the enchanting south coast of Mallorca, each destination boasts its own unique allure, promising unforgettable experiences against the backdrop of azure waters and swaying palms.

East coast 
Cala d'Or - Cala Millor - Porto Cristo - Portocolom

In the southeast, Cala d'Or features a series of smaller coves and marinas, each with its own unique character. This picturesque area offers a more intimate experience, with charming harborside cafes and traditional Mediterranean architecture.

West Coast Soller

While located on the northwest coast, Port de Sóller is a notable harbor worth mentioning. Tucked away in a natural bay, this harbor is surrounded by lush mountains and citrus groves. The vintage tram that connects the port to the town of Sóller adds a touch of nostalgia, and visitors can savor fresh seafood at the waterside restaurants.

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North coast 
Alcudia - Pollenca

Along the scenic north coast of Mallorca, between Alcudia and Pollenca, lies a treasure trove of coastal wonders waiting to be explored. Nestled amidst rugged cliffs and azure waters, this enchanting region boasts an array of charming towns and hidden coves. Dotting the coastline are secluded beaches and pristine bays, where crystal-clear waters beckon for a refreshing dip.

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