Bahía de Pollensa
Alcudia-Puerto de Bonaire

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Pollensa Bay – Formentor.

Known for being part of the Sierra de Tramuntana which is further north, is also the most spectacular. rock formations, cliffs, beautiful beaches and dense forests form a harmonious fusion with the Mediterranean Sea. This is one of the reasons why UNESCO decided to classify it ¨Part of the World Heritage¨.
As expected, these shores are bathed in history since immemorial time. Pirates in the fifteenth century invasions, raids for arms smuggling, sugar, snuff and whiskey during the Civil War, Italian wrecks sunk in World War II and many others mysteries and legends of this unusual place.




Built in the Port of Pollença the 10 July 1973 by the “mestre d’ aixa” Clamor Bernardo Ramis.

It was restored in 2014 by craftsmen specialized to built and repairing wooden boats, called “mestres d’Aixa” using native woods such as oak, pine and olive trees.

It adapted to pleasure boating will allow you to go through the most beautiful and amazing corners of the north coast