originally a fishing village and it still retains the time of old tradition with the afternoon stroll along the promenade between the attractive marina past the cafes, bars, and restaurants along the well-known Pine Walk and as far as the Ilia D’Or Hotel. No doubt about it, this is a popular resort with all the expected holiday services, sandy beaches, various holiday accommodations from hotels to self-catering villas and apartments. Bars and restaurants, shops etc… Puerto Pollensa has become one of Mallorca’s most loved family resorts. A good variety of water sports, such as water ski, jet ski, kite surfing, paragliding, pedal boats scuba diving etc… The nightlife in Pollenca is lively without being disorderly with a variety of entertainment from Discos to live music.
A good base for people who wants to explore the northern part of the Island with beautiful scenery especially from the Tramuntana mountain range, windy and in places narrow roads takes you to Formentor and in the opposite direction the spectacular journey over the highest mountain area in Mallorca and down to Soller and Puerto Soller. Alcudia approximately 7km from Puerto Pollenca around the bay, where the old town is still protected by medieval walls.
The old Pollenca town is located approximately 5km inland from the beaches and the port of Puerto Pollenca. The old town with its pretty streets and squares are worth a visit or two. Climb up the cypress border 365 steps to Calvari Hill with its chapel. Stone fountains, the Baroque Monastery of Santo Domingo. There is also a Roman bridge – well preserved on the outskirts of town A good and varied selection of cafes, bars, and restaurants. Between Pollenca and Puerto Pollenca, there is plenty of countryside space, where most of the holiday villas are located with mature gardens and private swimming pools. Many of the villas offer beautiful mountain views.