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The Port of Palma de Mallorca

The Puerto de Palma de Mallorca is the largest of five harbours managed by the Autoridad Portuaria de Baleares. The other four are Alcúdia, Eivissa (Ibiza), Mahón (Menorca) and La Savina (Formentera). In Palma, the port is divided into five distinct zones: the commercial docks, including the fishery quays and the ferry harbour, the Dique del Oeste (western dock), the recreational docks (Real Club Náutico, Marina Port de Mallorca and Club de Mar Mallorca), the shoreline dock (Ribera), and the naval and military section.

Let me introduce you to one of the finest and most spectacular videos ever made on any Mallorcan subject, fashioned in 4,320 single images overlooking the Port of Palma and shot over 24 hours. The clip was produced by Franklin R. Tello, a Canadian living in Mallorca.

The photo (top) was taken in Palma de Mallorca, Baleares, Spain. The date: October 11th, 2010. The time was 08:58:00. The photo (centre) was borrowed from the Internet, courtesy of The video clip was also borrowed from the Internet, courtesy of YouTube and franklintello.

Muchas gracias and

thank you very much.

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  1. Good morning. We are students of second of bachillerato. We are in english class and we have to leave a comment about this article. We like a lot this photography beacuse we think that the Mallorca’s port is very beautiful, we love the sea.

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