Although Porto Colom has the largest natural harbour of Mallorca, it still remains a small traditional fishing village where the old town area around the port is considered by many as one of the best preserved old town centres of Mallorca. Originally known as the port for Felanitx, famous for shipping wine, it was named in honour of Christopher Columbus, who is said to have been born here, although the people of Genoa may disagree! Porto Colom has since resisted large scale tourist development and today offers an array of shops, bars, cafes and restaurants.
Restaurants in Porto Colom
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FlorianCalle Cristobal Colom 11 • Show on map Mediterranean
€ 40 avg
For a dozen years brother and sister team Katharina Wendlandt and Florian Billig have been running their dream restaurant, Florian on the sea front in Porto Colom, a delightful ...
Sa LlotjaC/ Pescadores, s/n • Show on map Mediterranean
€ 50 avg
A stunning location overlooking the harbour at Porto Colom, Sa Llotja is basking in the splendour of a recent renovation, uber chic, minimalist and packed, so book early...
MáximeVall d'Or Golf • Show on map
Chef/patron Máxime Deymier opened his eponymous restaurant at the Vall d'Or Golf club situated in the town of S'Horta, between the two towns of Cala d'Or and Porto Colom on the so...
Restaurante ColónCalle Cristobal Colón, 7 • Show on map
The gourmet Restaurante Colón occupies a prime position on the east coast fishing village of Porto Colom in Mallorca, overlooking yachts and fishing boats in the beautiful natural ...
Restaurante HPC PortocolomCalle Cristofor Colom 5 • Show on map
The HPC restaurant is located on the ground floor of Hostal Portocolom in the quaint fishing village of Potro Colom on the east coast of Mallorca...