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Villas in Pollensa, Mallorca

An introduction to Pollensa

Just a few miles inland from the coast, the picturesque old Roman town of Pollensa offers a traditional Mallorcan experience. Wander around its narrow cobbled streets, discover crafts and clothes shops and join in the relaxed café life - Spanish style. You can purchase fruit, vegetables, cheese and olives direct from the farmers at the Sunday market, which is located on the Placa Major and the maze of little streets leading up to the Calvari steps. At the top of the steps, you’ll find the Calvari church and spectacular views across the town to the convent at Puig de Maria.

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  • In the area

    Your new surroundings are waiting to be explored! There’s plenty to see and do in the area.


    The old town of Pollensa enjoys an eclectic nightlife ranging from timeless and authentic "Mallorquin cuinas" or Mallorcan kitchens, to modern jazz bars and high quality restaurants. Around the main square there are a number of local café bars with lots of seating spilling onto the cobbled plaza whilst the narrow streets offer numerous hidden restaurants and the odd cocktail bar.
    The atmosphere is generally laid back and relaxed and not too late unless you are lucky enough to be there during the local fiestas in early august when the party seems endless and fills the streets.

  • Out and about

    You'll discover a different side to your destination when you venture further afield.


    There are several vineyards in Mallorca with the majority around the town of Binisalem, south of Inca. Nearest to Pollensa there are vineyards in Petra and Muro as well as Santa Margalida, however there is also a vineyard close to Pollensa itself that is rapidly growing in popularity - Ca'n Vidalet - which is located in the countryside between the old town and Puerto Pollensa.


    There are many boat trips from the jetty at Puerto Pollensa to the Formentor peninsular where there is a great family beach.

    More boat trips are available from the Port of Alcudia where there is even a ferry to Menorca.

    Local sporting events

    There is a sports centre in Port De Alcudia with many facilities whilst in Palma the Spanish 2nd division side RCD Mallorca play at the Son Moix stadium.

    Tennis tournaments are regularly held in Palma.

    Golf open senior will be played on the Pula Golf course at Son Servera in May.

    Natural areas of beauty

    Drive up the mountain road to the headland of Formentor where there is a wonderful view point and the lighthouse at Cap de Formentor where there is also a welcoming café.

    Visit, and take a walk through, the S'Albufeira nature reserve - near Alcudia - wetlands full of bird and wildlife. A haven for nature lovers.

    Water Parks

    There are 3 waterparks on the island with the Hidropark, Alcudia being the nearest to Pollensa, Puerto Pollensa and Alcudia. The Hidropark offers a wide range of slides ranging from the gentle to the hair raising and there are lost of sunbathing areas for those less inclined to hurl themselves down a giant tube!

    Regions to visit

    Visit Palma - the majestic capital, full of history and culture and no shortage of shops, restaurants and cafés.

    Take a short boat trip to Cabrera - a tiny island off the south east coast inhabited mostly by rabbits.

    Go subterranean in the Caves of Drach - Las Cuevas del Drach - the most famous caves in Mallorca and enjoy classical music played by floating musicians on the atmospheric, lantern lit, underground lake.

    Take a mountain road drive to Valdemossa - home of Chopin and George Sands, and visit the nearby Soller & Port de Soller.

    Or take the orange grove "express" - a slow and gentle train ride from Palma to Soller through the mountains and Orange groves and experience the wonderful scents of orange blossom on the way.

    The old town

    The old, Roman town of Pollensa enjoys a truly Mediterranean atmosphere of cobbled squares and pavement cafés. There are numerous, very good quality restaurants and shops as well as historic site such as the old church, the ancient "Puente Romano" or Roman Bridge, and the 365 steps, (count them on the way up) of the famous Calvario. There is a café at the top that sells very welcome ice creams or cooling drink. There is a large market every Sunday morning, held in the main square and spilling into the narrow cobbled streets all around. If you miss it, it is repeated every Wednesday in Puerto Pollensa.


    Museum of Dionnis Bennassar - famous local painter from Pollensa - many of his works adorn the walls of our villas!

    Churches / Cathedrals

    The main church of Pollensa is Nostra Senyora del Angels (Our Lady of the Angels) and is situated in the main square. It is notable for its baroque, circular stained glass window.

    Also in Pollensa, the Convent de Sant Domingo is home to the cloisters where the annual music festival takes place at the end of July and beginning of August.

    Other Places of interest

    The weekly market in Pollensa old town is always busy with both locals and tourists browsing stalls of clothing, plants, local food and souvenirs. The market is held every Sunday and can be a great place to pick up a bargain or two! If you miss it there is another market, with mostly the same stalls, every Wednesday in Puerto Pollensa's main square.

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