The Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) will renovate the equipment and infrastructures in the toilets of maritime stations 2 and 5 at the port of Palma. In addition, in order to improve accessibility and quality of life for ostomates, it intends to adapt two toilets for them in the port facilities.
The Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) will install a children’s playground on the cruise ship quay in the port of Maó. It will be enclosed by fences and will have a safety floor. It will have a marine theme, including a Santa Maria ship, whale and fish shaped piers, a fortress tower and four activity panels.
It is aimed at encouraging port-city interaction through social activities for all, at the same time as being compatible with port activity, both for local residents and port users.
The Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) will replace 5,281 plants on the Ribera and Botafoc quays of the port of Eivissa.
The lack of water, the salt winds and the average temperatures of the port area mean that the plant species must be resistant and adapted to the Mediterranean climate of the seashore, so low-maintenance perennial plants that provide different textures and colours throughout most of the year can always be found.
Throughout history, many women have fought for a prominent place in a world that seemed to be dominated by men. Many improvements and customs have changed over the years thanks to their efforts which, in one way or another, have marked a before and after.
Further strengthening of cooperation between the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) and Palma Council, through the signing of an agreement on fire protection and fire fighting, rescue and public safety in the port of Palma. The aim of the agreement is to increase the technical collaboration of the APB and the Bombers I Bomberes de (Palma Fire Brigade) in order to raise safety levels in the port area of Palma and to make the most of the resources and means available.
Technology and innovationPort-cityEnvironment and CSR
Today, a group of volunteers took part in a day of awareness-raising and coastal clean-up at Can Pere Antoni beach in Palma. This is an initiative organised by the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) and Ports IB, which under the slogan “In the sea, leave no trace behind you”, aims to raise public awareness of the serious environmental problem represented by waste left in the natural environment and its impact on the flora and fauna.
On the occasion of the Balearic Islands Day and with the slogan “In the sea leave no trace behind you”, Ports de les Illes Balears and the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands have joined forces this year to raise awareness among the citizens of all the islands of the serious environmental problem of waste left in the natural environment and its impact on flora and fauna.
The Board of Directors of the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) has agreed today in a session held in Palma to put out to tender two authorizations to manage recreational nautical moorings in the port of Maó. One is aimed primarily at promoting water sports and another for larger mooring spaces. To do this, it will split into two the untitled space that the Trapsayates company currently occupies, for which an eviction notice has been served.
Socio-economic developmentTransport and infrastructure
The Board of Directors of the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) agreed today in a session held in Palma to approve the specifications and clauses that will govern the public tender for the management of mooring places and premises in the inner western dock of the port of La Savina. The tender is for a one-year administrative authorisation, with the possibility of extending it for a maximum period of three years.
Transport and infrastructureSocio-economic development
The Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) presents Las puertas del mar. A journey through the ports of general interest in the Balearic Islands. This is a book in comic format that gives you a brief entertaining and educational account of the key role played by the ports of Palma, Alcúdia, Maó, Eivissa and La Savina in the supply for the population, promotion of economic activity in their surroundings, and the historical development of the region.
You have entered the Website of the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands. This is a virtual space that puts you within reach of all the services provided by the ports of general interest, which are: Alcudia, Ibiza, Mahon, Palma and La Savina... More.
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