Portopí is the third oldest working lighthouse in the world after La Torre de Hércules at La Coruña and “La Lanterna” at Genoa. Inside lighthouse there is an exhibition on maritime signals.
It served for 79 years as the Port of Palma’s lighthouse until it was finally decided to take it out of active service and transfer it stone for stone to its new location in the Commercial Docks.
Formentor lighthouse is situated amid some of the most breathtaking scenery in the Balearic Islands. A must see for any visitor to Mallorca.
Hidden away on a promontory on the Formentor Pensinula is this beautiful early 20th Century lighthouse now part of in the Pollença military seaplane base.
Although it has the appearance of a beacon, it is classified as a lighthouse because it has a range of over 10 nautical miles.
The first lighthouse to be converted to electricity in the Balearic Islands (in January 1918).
This lighthouse is located at the southernmost point of Mallorca and is also the site of a scientific research station.
Portocolom, with its long seafaring tradition, is one of the prettiest natural harbours in Mallorca.
Lighthouse keepers lived on this small island for a hundred years.
One of the two lighthouses marking the two extremes of the Bay of Palma.
The climb to this lighthouse is rewarded by breathtaking views over the Port of Sóller and the Tramuntana mountain range.
This lighthouse with a singular name is located on a promontory looking out to Menorca. It was immortalised in one of the Catalan singer-songwriter Joan Manuel Serrat’s most famous songs.
This is the only lighthouse whose flahses you can see from the aircraft flying into Mallorca at night due to its aeromaritime lantern.
This lighthouse, one of the newest in the Islands, was built in 1974 to signal the entrance to the Port of Andratx.