Pollença 

4.4 (37 ratings)
  • 39° 54' 24" N, 3° 5' 30" E / See on the map

Characteristics

  • Anchor
    Allowed
  • Mooring buoys
    Unavailable
  • Anchor stern to
    Unavailable
  • Lines ashore
    Not necessary

Type of seabed

  • Sand

  • Mud

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

  • Beach
    Available
  • Snack
    Available
  • Water
    Available
  • Dock
    Available

User reviews (37 ratings)

  • Mario
    Mario ~ 09/11/2020
    Mr. Blue | Sailboat ~ 14.48 m

    Charming place, friendly people, easy to go a shore, if the wind comes from norths, you think your protected from the mountains, but it stil strong winds acelarated... you have the marina if comes bad weather. A lot of private buoys and very shallow water, but a lot of space, perfect to use after leave Menorca.

    Charming place, friendly people, easy to go a shore, if the wind comes from norths, you think your protected from the mountains, but it stil strong winds acelarated... you have the marina if comes bad weather. A lot of private buoys and very shallow water, but a lot of space, perfect to use after leave Menorca.

  • Bruno
    Bruno ~ 25/10/2020
    Yess Amaze | Sailboat ~ 14 m

    Very good anchorage, well protected and very quiet out of season. Many chests remain available and the city very pleasant. It is obvious that this is an anchorage and not a port, the gales can be violent there and have harmful consequences for those who abandon their boat there.

    Très bon mouillage, bien protégé et très calme hors saison. De nombreux coffres restent disponibles et la ville très agréable. Il est évident qu'il s'agit d'un mouillage et non d'un port, les coups de vents peuvent y être violents et avoir des conséquences néfastes pour qui y abandonnerait son bateau.

  • Victoria
    Victoria ~ 05/10/2020
    Havanesey Day | Sailboat ~ 11.6 m

    I’m so confused that none of the reviews for this anchorage mention that it’s FULL (and I’m talking 50+) of private moorings. The majority of which are boats with nobody on board. There was a large storm here back in Jan 2020 and 27 boats ended up on the beach as a result. We came here to wait out a storm in September 2020 because we read about the 360 protection but it was difficult to find a space and the holding further out isn’t great, so we ended up going in the marina. Yes it’s very pretty and it’s easy to go ashore but I wouldn’t consider staying here in any kind of adverse weather.

    I’m so confused that none of the reviews for this anchorage mention that it’s FULL (and I’m talking 50+) of private moorings. The majority of which are boats with nobody on board. There was a large storm here back in Jan 2020 and 27 boats ended up on the beach as a result. We came here to wait out a storm in September 2020 because we read about the 360 protection but it was difficult to find a space and the holding further out isn’t great, so we ended up going in the marina. Yes it’s very pretty and it’s easy to go ashore but I wouldn’t consider staying here in any kind of adverse weather.

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