This resort has everything - wonderful scenery, beautiful sandy beaches and a laid-back friendly atmosphere.
The sheltered horseshoe shaped bay is set against the stunning backdrop of the Tramuntana mountain range. No wonder it remains a favourite with families and couples who return time and time again.
Originally a fishing village, Puerto Pollensa retains the time old tradition of the evening paseo or stroll. On warm, balmy evenings tourists and locals alike wander up and down between the marina where the yachts are moored, past the pavement cafes and restaurants and along the celebrated Pine Walk as far as the elegant Illa D'Or hotel.
Accommodation in this region include: Pollentia, Illa D'Or Superior, Apartments Illa D'Or, Daina, Uyal, Bahia, Apartments Pollensamar, Villaconcha, Montelin, Pollensa Park Spa, Romantic, Hobby Club Apartments, Las Velas Apartments, Villa Sa Sini, Villa Can Borras, Villa Mosson, Villa Faisan, Villa Pinaret, and Casa Puerto.
We recommend spending time exploring this beautiful resort. There's so much to see and do: walk along the Pine Walk offering stunning views over the bay of Pollensa; meander around the side streets browsing the different little shops; strolling along the marina; or bird watching in the nature reserve. These are just a few of the things to see in Puerto Pollensa.
Having spent a lot of time in Puerto Pollensa we have built up a list of our favourite places to eat. These include: Cellar La Parra, Bar Coral, Restaurant Pizzeria Laroc, Los Faroles, and La Balada Del Agua Mar.
If you want to travel slightly further out then our other recommendations include: Llenaire, for a special evening meal; C'an Josep, and C'an Carasa.
We recommend: hiking along the Vall de Bóquer which takes a couple of hours and takes you through the mountains to a spectacular secluded bay which ca be accessed down a steep path; day boat trips - perhaps to Cap Formentor or other destinations available; walking around the beautiful nature reserve Centre de turisme ornitològic la Gola; and of course building sandcastles and paddling in the sea.
Cycling, hiking, watersports...