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Villas in Sa Pobla

Set in the fertile reclaimed marshland, known as the “Land of a thousand windmills”, this country town is the centre of the farming community and the ‘vegetable basket’ of the island. It has a few shops, a bustling produce market and a little museum of toys and games and contemporary art. In August the village hosts an excellent jazz festival.

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  • Transfer time 1 hr transfer
    from Palma
  • Check in days Check in days:
    Wednesday & Weekends
  • In the area

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

    Nightlife

    Sa Pobla is more about restaurants and pavement cafés than sophisticated evenings and lively nights out. If that's your bag, head for nearby Pollensa town or Alcudia.

  • Out and about

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

    Vineyards

    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.

    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 Sa Pobla. 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!

    The old town

    Sa Pobla is quite a large village by Mallorcan standards and the centre of town is charming and surprisingly well served by local shops and restaurants. A weekly farmers market is held on sundays and the locals and tourists alike spend the day haggling for bargains then relaxing whilst enjoying the local cuisine.

    Museums

    There is a small, but fascinating, toy museum in the town that will fascinate youngsters and adults alike.

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