A marina surrounded by history and nature, in the heart of Menorca.

A marina surrounded by history and nature, in the heart of Menorca.

A marina surrounded by history and nature, in the heart of Menorca.

The Marina

Discover the truly extraordinary Menorca, an island oozing with history and a fascinating cultural heritage.

Nestled within the Mediterranean's largest natural harbour and surrounded by history galore, Marina Port Mahón is the perfect destination for large yachts eager to explore Menorca's truly breathtaking ecosystem.

With 30 berths from 25 to 60 metres in lenght located between Punta de Cala Figuera and Punta del Rellotge, Marina Port Mahón boasts user-friendly and practical facilities, with all the services you'll ever need during your stay.


A practical and user-friendly marina in an environment oozing with history. A haven of peace.

In a haven of peace with history galore, the marina is surrounded by striking architecture that always wows guests.

30 berths

For yachts from 25 to 60m LOA.


Channel 9

Private pontoons

With exclusive guest access.


Water and electricity

Fuel station

260 metres away

24-hour dockhand service

Mooring help

Weather information

Waste collection

Emergency system

Courier and postal service

Concierge Service

And customised attention

Private 24/7 security

Extraordinary location

10 minutes from the airport




Diver service


Your berth in the Mediterranean's largest natural harbour 

Marina Port Mahón, located in the heart of Menorca's capital city, is a sheltered place to berth surrounded by nature, history, culture and heritage.

Nearby attractions include exploring the streets of the city's magical old quarter, savouring authentic local cuisine or shopping for traditional products.

  • Customised attention for large yachts
  • Private 24/7 security
  • 24/7 dockhand service
  • Berthside assistance


What to do in Menorca


Golf Son Parc Menorca

Sheltered, flat and narrow 18-hole course with par 71, redesigned by renowned golf architecture company Dave Thomas Ltd. Located in a pleasant and chilled setting, in an area full of native vegetation.

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History and culture

Isla del Rey – Hauser & Wirth Menorca

Located opposite Marina Port Mahón, the Isla del Rey is a fascinating island to visit as it's home to a former hospital dating right back to 1711. Fully restored, visitors can explore the old rooms and spaces that display medical equipment from the period.

What's more, the island boasts a restaurant and an incredible art gallery that exhibits works by renowned national and international artists.

Meaning King's Island, its name comes from it being the first place in Menorca that King Alfonso III stepped on when he went to conquer the island from the Moors. In 1802, Menorca became part the Spanish realm and the hospital continued to serve navies sailing in the Mediterranean right up to 1964.

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Fortaleza de la mola

La Mola is the first place in Spain where the sun rises, as well as being one of the largest fortresses in Europe. It was built in the nineteenth century by the Spanish monarchy to defend the Port of Mahón from possible invasions by sea. The fortress has a magnificent layout and is wonderfully preserved.

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Talaiotic Menorca

Despite covering just 700 km2, Menorca is home to 1,586 archaeological sites. Some of them are excellently preserved and easily accessible, giving a fascinating insight into the island's prehistory. Some of the most important are the Cova des Coloms, the Naveta des Tudons, the Necropolis of Cala Morell, the Necropolis of Calescoves, and the Talaiotic Settlement of So na Caçana

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Footwear from Menorca

Menorca has a long-standing tradition in the production of footwear, internationally renowned for its outstanding quality. Typical shoes include the avarca espadrille, while hand-crafted brands such as Mascaró or Pons Quintana are sold across the world.

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Street markets

In summer, plazas in the island's villages come alive with street markets where Menorca's artisans exhibit their work, ranging from handicrafts to typical foods such as Mahón cheese.

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Wineries and wine tastings Binifadet 

The Binifadet winery opened to the public in 2004 with a view to restoring the island's winemaking tradition and now produces an elegant proposal of whites, rosés and reds. The winery is open to visitors and also holds wine tasting sessions, including delicious canapés, on the terrace overlooking the vineyard.
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Torralbenc is a restaurant located in a stunning Menorcan farmhouse that has been renovated and converted into a sumptuous luxury hotel.

Its menu features the highest quality local produce, advised by Michelin-starred chef Gorka Txapartegi and created by head chef Luis Loza. The restaurant serves authentic dishes with hints of Basque cuisine, always respecting the true roots of Menorcan cuisine.

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Sa Llagosta Fornells

Located in the idyllic port of Fornells, Sa Llagosta is the place to savour lobster in all its facets, from the typical caldereta stew to more modern recipes created by chef David Coca, such as lobster with aioli gratin, onion salsa or rice. The restaurant is recommended by the Repsol Guide for lovers of this typical Menorcan seafood.

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Cova d'en Xoroi

A natural cave located in a spectacular cliff on the south coast of Menorca that can be visited throughout the day until sunset, when it turns into an amazing club with live music and the best DJs on the island.
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Fiestas locales

Horses play a leading role in festivals across Menorca, in particular the Menorquín breed. Every summer, villages across the island play host to festivals where these stunning thoroughbreds jump and dance along the streets.

And, of course, no Menorcan festival would go amiss without the typical drink of Xoriguer gin with lemonade. Check out all the fascinating festivals here:

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By sea - North coast

Cala Pregonda

40°03′25″N 4°02′26″E

Spectacular unspoilt beach with copper-hued sand and turquoise waters located on the northern side of the island. The beach has islets in the middle of the sea that make it truly unique in comparison to other beaches on the island.

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Cala tortuga

04º 15' 19,471'' E 39º 59' 17,368'' N

Unspoilt beach with fine white sand and turquoise waters that can only be accessed by sea or along the famous Cami de Cavalls. The perfect beach for lovers of pure nature and serenity.

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By sea - South coast

Macarella y Macarelleta

39.9383 N, 3.93716 E

Wonderful unspoilt beach with fine white sand and crystal-clear waters surrounded by a lush pine forest and spectacular cliffs. A treat for all the senses.

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Cala Santa Galdana

39°56′18″N 3°57′36″E / 39.93827778

With three hundred metres of fine white sand, this is one of the longest beaches in Menorca and is surrounded by lush vegetation. Amenities within easy reach include restaurants, hotels, bars and shops.

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Our concierge service, exclusively for guests and without additional costs, is a one-stop-shop for everything you'll ever need during your stay in Menorca, and even before arriving at the marina.

+34 971 366 787 or recepcion@marinaportmahon.com


39°53′20″ N 4°16′39″ E

Marina Port Mahón is located in the heart of Menorca's capital city and just a few minutes from the airport. Nearby you'll find a whole host of restaurants, entertainment venues, boutiques, a casino, hotels, chandleries and supermarkets.

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C/ Moll de Llevant, 297.
07701 Maó, Menorca.
Balearic Islands, Spain.

+34 971 366 787