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Port de Cala Bona Marina, Son Servera

Small marina on the north east coast of Mallorca

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Originally a small fishing harbour, the marina is now home to a number of tourist excursion boats. There are 187 berths and boat size is limited to 9 metres in length with a maximum draught of 2.5  metres.

 Cala Bona is a small holiday resort in the north east of Mallorca. In this small port you can see the traditional Mallorcan fishing boats which are known as llaüts; built from wood, they are generally between 3 and 5 metres long. Originally they were wind-powered with lateen sails, but now you will find that most have diesel motors. Still used as fishing boats by both professional and amateur fishermen, they are also a popular leisure craft.


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39º 37' N / 03º 23' E


  • Open Seasons
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Autumn
  • Winter
  • Address
  • Esplanada del Puerto Son Servera - Cala Bona