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NORTH of Mallorca

Possible stops between Port de Sรณller and Alcudia Cala Tuent Despite development this is a heavenly beach with sand, surrounded by pine and olive trees, which seem to kiss the water. There is a restaurant nearby.

Sa Calobra The Torrent de Pareis flows in this sandy beach in a spectacular way into the sea, forming one of the wildest landscapes of the Serra de Tramuntana. Very popular in the summer.

Cala Bรณquer Pollenรงa Beach with clear waters, virgin landscape. Nestled in the north west coast of Mallorca, near the town of Puerto Pollenca, Cala Boquer is only accessible by either foot or by boat and therefore is a very quiet and peaceful cala. The clear waters are ideal for swimming and snorkeling with fish and crabs hiding within the nooks and crannies of the rocks. Be aware that some areas can be very shallow and there are areas of rocks around the cala. Take care with this and do not anchor too close to the shore.

Cala Formentor & Cap de Formentor Is a spectacular place, located on the northern most point of Mallorca with its highest point, Fumart, being 384m above sea level.

It has many associated bays, including Cala Fiquera, Cala Murta and Cala Pi de la Posada.

Cala de Coll Baix Is one of the most unspoilt beaches in Mallorca mainly down to the fact that it is only accessible by foot or boat, making it quiet and peaceful. The beach is 220m long and surrounded by turquoise water and white sand. The bay is not very deep at all so be careful when anchoring your tender.

Puerto de Alcudia Is predominantly a commercial and fishing harbour on the north eastern side of Mallorca, close to Pollenรงa, and is a very popular tourist destination. The old town of Alcudia is a short walk from the port and has numerous bars and restaurants.

Marina Alcudiamar Is the only marina in Alcudia and the anchorage just outside the marina has excellent holding sand and well protected from the Mistral (strong north wind). Very easy to approach and there is plenty of water below most keels all the way in to the harbour Just west of the island there are areas with only 1.8m in depth and can often be recognised by its brown shiny coloured water.

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"The Y" Yachting Handbook 2017 by Estela Shipping  

A unique guide in Owners' and Captains' hands. Indispensable information, itineraries plus hints and tips, updated laws and rules, support a...

"The Y" Yachting Handbook 2017 by Estela Shipping  

A unique guide in Owners' and Captains' hands. Indispensable information, itineraries plus hints and tips, updated laws and rules, support a...