Palma de Mallorca Terminal AddressesPoniente and Paraires Quays Avinguda de Gabriel Roca Palma de Mallorca 07015 +34 971-228-150Dique del Oeste Carretera Dic de l'Oest, Palma de Mallorca 07015 +34 971-228-150
The busiest in the Balearics, the Port of Palma de Mallorca operates six cruise terminals split between two zones, both located in the Porto Pi neighborhood on the southwestern outskirts of Palma. Most cruise ships dock in the first four (Estacion Maritima 1, 2, 3 and 4) which are spread between the two Poniente and Paraires Quays. The fifth and sixth terminals (the latter of which opened in 2017) are found in the Dique del Oeste or the West Dock part of the port, positioned on a peninsular further round the bay.The port serves ships from major cruise lines such as Costa, Norwegian, Viking, P&O, MSC, Royal Caribbean, Holland America, Seabourn, and Star Cruises, plus homeports vessels from AIDA and Marella (formerly TUI). Ships departing from Palma cover mostly Western Mediterranean itineraries as well as the Canary Islands. Ferry services around Mallorca, to other Balearics islands, and mainland Spain also operate from terminals 2 and 3.The Poniente and Paraires Quays section of the port connects directly to the Mallorcan capital by a long marina-front boulevard (Paseo Maritimo) with wide footpaths and a cycle lane. It's around a 10-minute drive to the city centre, or a leisurely 45-minute walk. The Dique del Oeste terminals are that bit farther, and walking is not recommended (especially over the sweltering summer months).