Picturesque Puerto Pollensa is a friendly town with plenty of Spanish charm set in a beautiful bay so it’s easy to see why it is one the most popular resorts in Majorca. Families will love days at the beach, soaking up the sun or try one of the many water sports available. Foodies can try a taste of Majorca in the fantastic restaurants by the marina and shop with the locals at the Wednesday food market. Villa Plus have beautiful villas with private pools within walking distance of the centre and the beach. If you prefer somewhere quieter, choose a villa in the countryside where you’ll have a garden as well as a private pool. Alcudia is just down the coast if you want to discover the walled town and golden beach and stylish Pollensa is only 10 minutes’ drive.
Puerto Pollensa has plenty of small shops and supermarkets for you to stock up on the essentials. At the weekly market, you can buy picnic supplies including olives, almonds, cheese, ham, fruit and bread. There is also an excellent market in the old town of Pollensa every Sunday. The historic areas of Alcudia and Pollensa have plenty of boutiques where you’ll find lots of souvenirs and crafts.
There's plenty of bars and restaurants in Puerto Pollensa whether you want seafood on the promenade, a snack and a few drinks at a chilled beach bar or tapas bar in the busy back streets. A 10 minute drive away, the old town of Pollensa has many chic brasseries and bars around the squares and lanes. Why not join the locals for the menu of the day and have a long lunch? Alcudia has cafes in the historic walled area and a selection of restaurants around the marina. Along the central strip, there are lots of bars, nightclubs and live music venues if you want to party late into the night.
The beach in Puerto Pollensa has all the facilities you need for a lazy day with sunbeds and parasols for hire. There are lots of watersports to try including snorkelling and stand-up paddle boarding. As the sun begins to set, try one of the beach bars for a cocktail or cold beer. The sheltered coves of Cala San Vicente are just a short drive away and have spectacular scenery. To the South, Alcudia has a huge sandy beach and a marina where you can try all kinds of water sports including kite-surfing and wind-surfing.
In Puerto Pollensa, glass bottomed boats and catamarans leave from the marina to take you on a mini adventure around the bay. Other activities include scuba diving, sailing lessons and jet skis. A more relaxed choice is a pedalo or bike ride along the promenade? Hidropark in Alcudia has plenty of water based rides and slides to keep your family entertained. The town also has an equestrian center and a large go-karting track.
In Pollensa, you can climb the challenging 365 Calvary steps to the small church and see the views before rewarding yourself with an ice cream. La Victoria in Bonaire has panoramic vistas of North East Majorca from the restaurant on the terrace. Cap de Formentor which extends out from the Bay of Pollensa, is known to be the most dramatic stretch of Majorca’s coastline. You can drive or cycle (if you are extremely fit) to the top to see the cliffs dropping into the Mediterranean Sea before continuing to the very attractive Formentor Beach for lunch at one of the beach cafes.
Why not enjoy the experience of drinking wines in the bodegas where they are produced? There are plenty to choose from around Puerto Pollensa. The golf clubs of Pollensa and Aucanada are around a twenty minute drive from Puerto Pollensa.
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