Puerto de Palma de Mallorca is a fishing, sports and commercial port. In turn is one of the most important seaports of the Spanish coast where hundreds of yachts are moored throughout the year and reaching even large cruise ships and liners with thousands of tourists. The port is divided into four areas: los muelles comerciales, muelles de Poniente, las dársenas deportivas y el dique del Oeste.
Palma is a city facing the sea, and many of the maritime competitions held on the island take place in its yacht club, some of them internationally recognized from which highlights el Trofeo Princesa Sofía, la Copa de Su Majestad el Rey and el Trofeo Almirante Conde de Barcelona. But apart from the races, at the Yacht Club multitude of activities for adults and children, sailing lessons, canoeing, swimming are offered in modern facilities and well adapted for sports.
Around the Port, all the nightlife of the city is concentrated, with many restaurants, bars and big clubs. Mallorca has a fantastic promenade that runs along the Bay of Palma in its urban stretch of 5 km long, with more than 600 palm trees dotted along the promenade, giving a warm, exotic air to this place, and the port area Marina Port de Palma is located in the center of the Paseo.