Five Ports, One Destination
Balearic Islands contain numerous tourist attractions that have allowed them to become one of the top vacation destinations in Europe. The Balearic Islands have a lot to oﬀer to its visitors, and those who arrive here by sea will be able to witness all those values. With this aim in mind, and in order to oﬀer cruise passengers a complete experience, the Balearic Islands’ Port Authority adapts to the passengers’ needs during their tour around the Mediterranean.
The ports of Palma, Alcudia, Mahon, Ibiza and La Savina welcome you to one of the most spectacular destinations in the world: the Balearic Islands. Four islands whose almost 1,500 kilometres of coastline embody the essence of the Mediterranean. A sea, a land and a people who have survived a thousand and one difficulties to become a reference point for world tourism, a fact that is well known to the one-and-a-half million cruise passengers who visit the islands every year, and to the main shipping companies who choose to call at their public-interest ports.
The five ports managed by the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands are well equipped to play host to the world’s largest cruise ships yet strive, year after year, to better their facilities and update the services they offer shipping companies and passengers. The Port of Palma, a world leader in cruise terms, take advantage to the low season in order to increase the cruises in winter and their calls at Palma’s port.Read More