The main port is Palma de Mallorca: restaurants, pubs and countless bars. The capital of Mallorca is located on the 20 kilometers long bay of Badia de Palma.
One of the most beautiful sights is the Gothic cathedral La Seu. The first stage is Sa Rapita. Sa Rapita once served as a bulwark against pirate attacks. To this day, the warship Son Duri stands in the harbor at the Club Nautic de Sa Rapita.
The Punta Salinas
You circle the southern tip of Mallorca, the Punta Salinas, continue sailing along the northeast past countless beautiful Calas (bays). You decide in which bay you would like to anchor in the crystal clear water. The entrance of Porto Christo is very nice and the city invites you to linger. The dragon caves of Porto Cristo are one of the numerous tourist attractions on Mallorca.
In the north-west corner of the bay of Alcudia is the identically named port with a large marina. It is located there at the "waiting quay" and is then instructed by the Marineros. As an alternative to Alcudia, the port of Pollenca can be approached, a bay further, about 37 sea miles away from Porto Christo.
Port de Sóller
A highlight of the sailing trip: the rounding of the caps Formentor! A very impressive backdrop with the spectacularly shaped land and at the same time the northernmost point of Mallorca. The view will take your breath away: steep rock faces with its highest point, which rises 380 meters above sea level from the sea. We continue to Port de Sóller, the only port on the northwest side of the island.
Along the coast we head south-west to the island of Dragonera with the beautiful bay of Puerto de Andraixt and the beautiful harbor. The terminal is again the port of Palma de Mallorca.