Port AdrianoMallorcas most modern harbor designed by Philippe Starck
The Port Adriano marina is located in El Toro, a small town in the southwest of Mallorca near Santa Ponsa. It offers Spanish serenity, garnished with a great bay surrounded by cliffs. The Port Adriano harbor was designed and modernized in 2009 by the French star architect Philippe Starck.
André has been here with his charter business for 10 years and welcomes guests from all over the world. The numerous bars, restaurants and shopping facilities allow tourists to spend their entire vacation alone in Port Adriano. Numerous events (concerts, food festival,...) take place here during the season.
Puerto PortalsThe luxury port in the southwest of Mallorca
The port of Puerto Portals looks back on a comparatively long history. There was already a port here in 1932, but it was not massively rebuilt and expanded until 1986.
The bars and restaurants in the port are known above all for their exclusivity, as there are many stars and personalities here, as well as members of the Spanish royal family. The yachts with a length of up to 80 meters complete the picture of a marina that rightly enjoys an international reputation. Centrally located between Palma de Mallora and Port Adriano, our customers can also start their boat tours in Puerto Portals.
Port d'AndratxExclusive port with international flair
Port d'Andratx is considered the Saint Tropez of Mallorca. The exclusive harbor town lies in front of a picturesque mountain backdrop surrounded by outrageously expensive villas of many international stars. The beautiful harbor promenade invites you to take a leisurely stroll during the day and in the evening. Port Andratx's restaurants and bars enjoy an international reputation.
We can also pick up our guests from here, or make a stopover on a trip from Port Adriano. The bay of Port Andratx invites you to anchor on site to go ashore with the dinghy or to spend a quiet moment at sea in a dreamlike setting.
Sant ElmThe southwestern tip of Mallorca
Sant Elm is known as a special insider tip and is popular with both Mallorcans and well-versed tourists. The town is easily accessible from the sea, while from land only a serpentine road leads through the mountains from Andratx to Sant Elm. The tranquil village and its neighboring islands have managed to preserve their natural beauty over the years.
Particular attention is paid to the island of Sa Dragonera, which should be developed for tourist purposes. However, environmentalists had complained about this, so that the island is now a nature reserve and serves as home to several rare native animal species.
Cala Portals VellsThe insider tip also known as Three Finger Bay
Another insider tip in the southwest of Mallorca is Cala Portals Vells. Because of its three adjacent sandy beaches, it is often called the Three Finger Bay. Accessible by car only via a kilometer-long road through the woods, Cala Portals Vells is a dream come true for boats. The wide bay offers excellent anchorages and the crystal clear water is ideal for swimming and snorkeling.
On two of the three beaches there are small Spanish restaurants to go by boat and try the national cuisine. On weekends, the beaches are crowded with locals, but on weekdays, even in summer, it's a perfect getaway.
Cala Cap FalcoThe hidden oasis of calm on Mallorca
The bay of Cala Cap Falco in the south of the island of Mallorca is only known to a few, even among the inhabitants of Spain's sunny island. The sandy, clean beach leads into crystal clear water, which only slowly deepens and invites you to relax.
The bay offers plenty of shade from several pine trees. A small bar offers drinks, fresh fish and delicious burgers. If you visit the bay by boat, you anchor a little off the beaten track. There is a shuttle service that takes visitors ashore in a small boat. Of course it is also possible to swim the distance.