The ancient town of Pollensa with its narrow streets and impressive Main Square.
Easily reached from both resorts is the ancient town of Pollensa with its narrow streets and impressive Main Square - Plaça Mayor - lined with cafés, restaurants, and bars and where you can relax with a coffee or beer and watch the world go by.
If you are prepared to climb 365 steps you will be rewarded with a visit to El Calvari where you will find a church from the 18th century and magnificent views of the surrounding countryside. There is a little café at the top where you can purchase a refreshing drink. Pollensa has become a particular haunt for artists, writers, and musicians and the boutique shops are well worth a visit.
Accommodation in this region include: Villa La Vinya Gran, Villa Font Xica Gran, Villa Can Elisa, Villa Lux, Villa Alfonsa, Villa Can Juame, Villa Finca Gloria, Villa Mir-Sohn, Villa Pedra Vista, Villa Embat, Villa El Jardin, and Villa Sol Naixent.
Pollensa is a town rich in history, its many points of interest attract visitors from far and wide. Some of the highlights include an ancient Roman bridge or 'Pont Roma', the 18th-century Mare de Deu dels Angels church with a famous rose window and the Convent de Sant Domingo. There are also wonderful ancient monasteries dotted around the surrounding countryside. Pollensa's port, Puerto Pollensa lies a few kilometres to the north. It has glorious beaches and a further selection of restaurants and cafes to enjoy.
In the main square you'll find a good choice of cafes, bars and restaurants including Manzanas y Peras, a casual dining restaurant, Bar Nou is a family run restaurant famous for its paella, and Restaurant Cli8via, a popular eatery serving Mediterranean and seafood dishes. The courtyard in the summer creates the perfect setting for lunch or dinner.
For beaches travel the short distance to Puerto Pollensa or take a bus to Palma capital city of Mallorca where you will find a bustling port, shops and restaurants. Hire a car and drive up the mountain road to the Monastery at Lluc (around 30 minute drive and you can take in the spectacular scenery) or continue further along the road and visit the old town of Soller and Port de Soller.
Cycling, hiking, diving, kite surfing, sea canoeing, windsurfing, sailing, golf, tennis and walking.