Pescadors, 23, 07670 Portocolom, Mallorca, Illes Balears, Spain
39.42397800, 3.26212400

The following information is considered to be the information provided by the port.

As a traditional fishing village, Portocolom retains much of its original charm. The village nestles around one of the largest, most sheltered bays on the island, where the boathouses, lighthouse and boats add to the picturesque nature of the place. There’s a long quay where pleasure craft mix with local fishing boats, and you can take boat trips from here too. If we come from the South, the coast is made up of low cliffs with many entrances that lead to coves such as Cala Mitjana, Cala Arsenau, Cala Brafi or Cala Marçal. The far de sa punta de ses Crestes can be easily seen from several thousand metres away, but if you sail a lot further inland you will see that you will not pass through the tip of Es Fortí de Cala Llonga. Hi ha una petita illa (Faraió d’en Fred) a 0. 8 milles cap al sudest de l’entrada. If we come from the North we will follow a coast made up of low cliffs. If we are sailing on land, we will not see the light if it is less than 207o. The entrance to the port is not obri fins que no hagim passat sa punta de ses Crestres. Input and balisat channelThe mouth has a calat of approximately 10m and there are no obstructions that hinder the access of a small island (Faraió) to the band is very close to the ground. If we follow the boies that mark the entrance channel we will have a calat that will look down from 5m to the entrance at 2. 5m which will take us to the club’s jetty. A large part of the port has very little quality, the manoeuvres outside the balisat channel must be taken into account here and the depth gauge must not be overlooked. The transit moorings are located on the outer part of the large trouser. You can contact the mariners on VHF channel 9. Choose from our available boats (use the detailed search engine) and make a reservation.