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Club Nautico Santa Ponsa

46 Camino de Coll de la Creu
Calvia
Santa Ponsa
Mallorca
07180
Spain

  • Contact Information

    : 9
  • : +34 971 69 49 50
  • : [email protected]
  • Emergency Numbers

    All Emergencies: 112
    Police: 091
    Ambulance: 061
    Fire Brigade: 080

Latitude & Longitude:

39.5119632 2.4632929

  • Berth Sizes

    : 20m
  • : 2,5m
  • : 5m
  • Berths Available

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Facilities

Customs & Immigration
Fuel Dock & Truck Delivery
Parking
Laundry Facilities
WiFi
Toilets and showers (available in the clubhouse from autumn 2019)

Access

: 32 km
: 0.0
: 0.0

General Information & Marina Services

Santa Ponsa is a sports club with a relaxing and family atmosphere, endeavouring to provide quality at all times, integrating into the surrounding environment and only 25 km from Palma Airport.

The port was built in 1975 utilizing the natural cove called "La Caleta" whose history  as a natural port used for trading with the local town, dates back more than two thousand years, of which today only archaeological ruins of 'Puig de Sa Morisca' remain.

On the 11th of September, 1229, King James I, the Conqueror, chose this site to disembark his troops and so began the conquest of Mallorca. To commemorate this event a cross was placed at the entrance of the port, which can be seen from all over the bay.

As one enters the port, leaving to starboard the fuel station, you will find a sheltered inlet, surrounded by gardens, which accommodates 522 boats ranging from 7 to 20m in length.

The port has been designed to blend in with its natural surroundings, with only the necessary number of buildings to provide all the facilities and maximum security of a modern port that has been granted the “gold” distinctive referring to the technical security of the installations, environmental, sanitary and hygiene requisites and the quality of its services by Lloyd´s Register, the ISO 14001 certificate by Bureau Veritas and the “Q” of Quality by the Ministry of Tourism of the Govern of the Balearic Islands.


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