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A Guide to Puerto Portals (Portals Nous)

You’ll find Puerto Portals, or Portals Nous as it is known in Catalan, located just 9KM from Palma de Mallorca and around 16KM from the airport.

This is a luxury port, hosting some of the most beautiful yachts to be found in the Mediterranean.

Airport transfer time: 30 mins

Inaugurated in 1986, Puerto Portals has a total of 670 moorings ranging from 8 to 80 meters in length.

Some of the most exclusive bars and restaurants in Majorca can be found here, alongside many designer clothes and jewellery shops.

There’s also a plentiful supply of yacht brokerage offices in and around the port area for those looking to buy or charter a boat.

The port of Puerto Portals was purposefully developed as an exclusive nautical venue to increase the mooring capacity in Majorca as a whole.

Popular events held here include:

  • Omega Regatta
  • Class 1 World Championship
  • Open UAP of the European Union

Mooring Facilities

  • Fuel
  • Electricity
  • Security
  • Dry dock

Puerto Portals, Edificio Capitania; 07015 – Portal Nous

Latitude: 39º 32′ N
Longitude: 2º 35′

Phone Number: + 34 971 171 100
Fax: + 34 971 171 117

Maximum Length: 60M
Depth of water in berths: 2M to 4M
Number of berths: 670
VHF channel: 9

Puerto Portals Beach

In addition to the port, there is also a nice sandy beach located to the East of the marina which is tucked away behind the dry docks.

Here you’ll find a nice beach bar, beach volleyball court, sun loungers for hire and, of course, beautiful views of the Majorcan coastline.

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A Guide to Puerto Portals (Portals Nous) Majorca
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A Guide to Puerto Portals (Portals Nous) Majorca
A guide to Portals in Majorca. Shopping, eating, beach and moorings.
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2 thoughts on “A Guide to Puerto Portals (Portals Nous)”

    • Hi Kathryn,

      Portals isn’t for everybody I suppose.
      We like walking around the marina with an ice cream & looking at the boats.


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