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Pollensa is located in the northeast of the island of Mallorca, a paradisiacal land of white sand beaches, turquoise blue waters, lush forests, majestic cliffs and unparalleled gastronomic heritage. The action is centred around Port Pollenca, with waterfront holiday homes spanning the entire length of its gorgeous esplanade. If you would like to get closer to the everyday lives of Mallorcans, consider a home ten kilometres inland in the town of Pollenca, which is simply overflowing with authenticity.Homes with gorgeous gardens
Homes in Pollenca are all about harnessing the natural heritage and wonderful climate of the area to create high class accommodation with gorgeous gardens on a backdrop of sea and mountain views, private pools with whirlpools, and large patio areas for genuine holiday-worthy memorable dining experiences.
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The area and getting around
There are two ways to get to Mallorca - by sea and by air. Arriving by sea from Barcelona is impossibly romantic, evoking the journeys of a thousand years back when this island was an important commercial centre. Having arrived on the island, a sixty-minute journey through the middle of Mallorca separates the island’s capital city from Pollenca.Rent a car and explore the island
As breathtakingly beautiful as Pollenca is, many visitors opt to rent a car and explore the island’s many enclaves, from the authentic working fishing port of Cala Figuera, to the steep hills, narrow streets, and quiet squares of its many villages, and the capital city Palma de Mallorca, which is just bursting with dynamism and energy from every street corner.
Travellers and activities
The beaches of northeast Mallorca are something to behold. Free from the completely egregious touch of mankind, they are perfectly natural, backing up onto protected dune systems, pine forests and gorgeous rock formations. The most famous beach in this area is Cala Torta, a large sandy beach that is easy to access. Cala sa font Celada is similar in appearance to Cala Torta but has much fewer visitors, as you have to walk for an hour from the parking lot to get there. If you can muster up the gumption, it is well, well worth it! But few beaches on the island can compare to the magnificent beauty of Formentor. Brave the winding mountain road or take a ferry from Pollensa Port pier directly to the calm crystal waters of this pine tree lined, white sand postcard-perfect beach.Pollenca for bird watchers
Pollenca Port is a haven for amateur ornithologists, with dozens of native and immigrant bird species identified in and around the harbour. The best place to see them is at La Gola, a fully accessible bird reserve just a few minutes' walk from the marina. Here you can also find the La Gola Ornithological Tourism Centre, where you can learn all about the natural park and its feathered inhabitants.
Port Pollenca plays host to a wonderful market each Wednesday morning, a great place to pick up quirky homemade souvenirs at great prices!
Top 5 travel tips in Pollenca
One of the finest things about Port Pollenca is its wide esplanade that seems to extend across the entire bay. It is a wonderful location for a wide range of family-friendly activities, such as rollerblading and cycling and at night it is teeming with life.2. Visit Mallorca’s finest convent
If you like history, you simply must visit the Santo Domingo convent, built by the Dominicans in the 1500s. It is Mallorca’s finest convent, and it plays host to one of the most important classical music concerts in the world during the Pollença Classical Music Festival.3. Cycle the hairpin bends of Cap Formentor
The trip to Cap Formentor is cycling nirvana. Its hairpin bends, dizzying climbs and spectacular mountainous scenery have made this route almost legendary in the cycling world. And fortunately for cyclists, cars are banned on this route for much of summer.4. Go climbing at La Creveta
Sierra de Tramuntana embodies the majestic geography of this region and is home to numerous peaks for different levels of climbers. La Creveta is one of the most popular climbing areas, offering a selection of ascents with spectacular views.5. Explore the breathtaking underwater world of Cape Formentor
The northeast of Mallorca has some of the crystalline waters on the island, making it a prime location for underwater exploration. There are numerous unspoilt coves around Cape Formentor, with memorable numerous dive sites from basic to advanced level.