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The APB intends to roll out this initiative at the other ports it manages



The Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) has launched a new edition of its long-running Painting and Photography Competition, a popular contest open to anyone that gains more and more interest and attracts outstanding participation each year. The entries submitted must depict one of the ports of general interest in the Balearic Islands or one of their lighthouses, and are broken down into 3 categories: Watercolour, Other Painting Techniques and Photography.


This morning, a landing operation of amphibious aeroplanes, used to fight forest fires, was launched as part of an exercise at the Port of Palma. It was part of an activity for using water at the Port of Palma in landing operations, which are only launched on exceptional occasions, such as when the planes cannot collect water from any other coastline of Mallorca.


The Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) has put out to tender the works contract of the beautification plan for la Savina Port, which aims to install infrastructures that are better tailored to meet the port's current needs and more comfortable for its users. Specifically, work will be carried out to redevelop the sea front of the Formentera port in order to optimise the surroundings for the benefit of locals and visitors.


The consultation period in which to submit arguments and observations regarding the Delimitation of Port Spaces and Uses (DEUP) proposal of the Port of Alcudia, approved last May by the Board of Directors of the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB), is now open.


The Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) has put the construction of a walkway at the Port of Mahon out to tender. The new infrastructure will connect Cala Corb and Moll d’en Pons, saving the cliff that currently impedes crossing from one side to the other along the coast.

The project envisages the construction of a 2.5 m wide and 400 m long pontoon that will connect the two docks, located in the municipality of es Castell, at 1.2 m above sea level, which will be used for the mooring of small length sports vessels.


The Porto Pí is one of the most charming and symbolic lighthouses in the Balearic Islands. Furthermore, inside the lighthouse, located at the Port of Palma, the most incredible treasure relating to maritime signalling and our history is safeguarded. The permanent Maritime Signalling Exhibition at the Porto Pí Lighthouse reopens its doors with new opening hours that include Saturdays so that Balearic Island residents and visitors can discover all the secrets amassed behind its priceless walls.


The Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) has successfully completed the first electronic agreement through its procurement board. The port authority has put into operation the New Portal for Electronic Tender of the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands. It will use this portal to process all its contractual proceedings, in accordance with the Law 9/2017, of 8 November, on Public Sector Contracts.


The Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) has submitted the project for new underground parking at the Port of Ibiza. The new infrastructure will offer 700 parking spaces and will require an investment of 27 million euros.

The parking facility, which will be located at the north bank of the Port of Ibiza to provide service to the port area, is part of the set of works that the APB and the Island Council of Ibiza agreed on at the beginning of the parliamentary term for the beautification of the Port of Ibiza.


The Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) has started the restoration work on the roof and the interior of the Llebeig Lighthouse on the island of Sa Dragonera, Mallorca. Replacement of the lighthouse’s lantern, which is currently in a bad condition, is also part of the work to undertake.

The works were awarded to the company Obras y Pavimentos MAN for 387,300 euros (without VAT) and they are expected to last around six months.



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