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Porto Colom

Porto Colom

Date Visited
March 2012

Approach and Entrance
One of the best natural harbours on the island. No real hazards.

Mooring Buoy
The mooring buoys were very difficult to pick up here as they have no leading buoy to get hold of and the connection line tends to get wrapped up.  Very much worth the effort though as 
it is a lovely, quite and unspoilt fishing town with a great waterfront selection of bars and restaurants.

Port Porto Colom C/Pescadores s/n Porto Colom – Felanitx 07670
T. +34 971 824 683 Fax 971 842 683 

As far as we could make out it was only capable of taking boats up to 12m with relatively shallow drafts, we draw 2.15m and would not fit!

Berthing Charges
We were supposed to pay around €1 a metre per night however we could not find anyone to pay. We went to the harbour office 3 times and it was closed each time. We would not recommend leaving without paying as we found out at the next port that all council moorings have a central office and can ban you from all of marinas.