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Tourist information

Pollenca is a well known city in Mallorca, one of Spain's Balearic Islands. Settled at the feet of the Serra de Tramuntana, the mountain chain by Mallorca's northern coastline, it is a quite eye-catching classic Mallorcan city which is a world away from the package vacation resorts discovered elsewhere on Mallorca. Commonly known for its vibrant harbour and crystal-clear gulf, the city has a ancient historical quarter that is settled only a couple of miles away from the Mediterranean sea. This city, underneath the shadow of the hills of Puig de Pollença and Calvari, has achieved to preserve intact its personality, in spite of being only steps away from the bustle of the beach.

The entire island of Mallorca is within 70 miles of your apartment in Pollenca Nevertheless, the majority of those visiting Pollenca discover very little reason to travel far, as Pollenca is an amazing destination to sit back and take joy in the beaches and slow-moving way of life. The Roman city of Pollenca is a couple of kilometers away from the coast from Puerto Pollenca, and is mostly unspoiled by tourism. A couple of the authentic architecture has remained, and the church of Nostra Senyora dels Angels on the Placa Major is definitely worth seeing. The calmness of the city is only damaged by the dynamic Sunday morning market.

Climate in Pollenca

Mallorca enjoys a common Mediterranean weather, with gentle winter months and really hot summer months. During the course of the top summer months, the weather is warm and wonderfully bright, featuring roughly ten hrs of sun per day. During the course of the winter season, the weather can get cold, although you can enjoy nice, gentle weather on most days.

The Majorcan coast

Cape Formentor, Cape Pinar, Alcúdia and the harbour are a must-see for anybody who wishes to enjoy the awesome scenery of the island. The common landscape of this region has pinewoods that go all the way to the beach and crystal-clear sea. Long beaches and concealed bays are fantastic by day and night, frequently enjoying pleasant temperature levels. The ancient town of Alcúdia, on the other hand, has the beautiful church of Sant Jaume and a stone-carved Roman theatre, among other cultural attractions.

Cultural attractions in Pollenca

Pollenca plays a leading role in the island’s cultural life. From the earliest years of the 20th century Pollenca became a favorite location for artists visiting the island; names such as Ramon Picó i Campamar, Anglada Camarasa, Santiago Russinyol, Joaquim Mir, Miquel Costa i Llobera, and several others, have contributed with their works to make Pollenca famous both in and outside Mallorca.

Similar tourist destinations in Italy: Adeje, Conil de la Frontera, Denia, l'Escala, Playa Blanca, Playa del Ingles, Puerto del Carmen.

Town is recommended for

Suitable for older people, Families with Teenagers, Families with Young Children, Adventure and Sport, Girls Getaway, Sightseeing, Tourists without a Car, Romantic trips, People with Disabilities, Families with pets

Pollenca, Spain - General details

Arboretum, atm, caves, churches, fitness centre, forests, grocery stores, hospital, library, marina, water parks, zoo, wine cellar, restaurants, tennis courts, swimming, walking paths, sailing club, cycling, fishing, horse riding, golf club, windsurfing, water ski, mountain biking, mountaineering, paragliding, diving, hunting, bird watching, casinos, hiking, snorkelling

Pollenca, region of Balearic Islands - Distances

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    Pollenca - Barcelona: 183 km
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    Pollenca - Madrid: 575 km
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    Pollenca - Sevilla: 830 km
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    Pollenca - Cala San Vicente (42+ accommodation units): 6 km
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    Pollenca - Port de Pollenca (101+ apartments): 7 km
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    Pollenca - Can Singala (26+ apartments): 8 km
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    Pollenca - es Barcares (45+ accommodation units): 9 km
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    Pollenca - Alcudia (39+ accommodation units): 9 km
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    Pollenca - Port d'Alcudia (77+ apartments): 11 km
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    Pollenca - es Mal Pas (24+ accommodation units): 11 km
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    Pollenca - Ullaro (3+ villas): 11 km
  • Airport "Son Sant Joan", town of Palma Mallorca (Air Berlin, Air France, Air Algerie, Alitalia, Condor Flugdienst, Bulgaria Air, Ryanair, Niki): 44 km

Tourist attractions and sights

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    Peninsula Formenter, Pollenca, 7 km from the centre of town of Pollenca.
  • Ancient ruins Pollentia, 9.1 km from the centre of town of Pollenca.
    Pollentia is an archaeological site in Alcudia housing the leftovers of an Ancient Roman town. In the 1920s historians discovered Pollentia's ruins in the modern city of Alcudia. The most considerable monument is first century AD Roman Theater, Spain’s smallest surviving Roman theater (roughly 2,000 spectators).
  • Old Town Alcudia, 9.1 km from the centre of town of Pollenca.
    The aged settlement is well maintained with buildings dating back to the 13th century and is bordered by a ancient wall. Travellers to the Old Town these days enter the slim roads such as Carrer d'en Serra via one of the two gates that were built, together with the spectacular town wall structures, after the conquest of the island by King Jaime I of Spain. The wall structures in Alcudia were added after the Spanish conquest in the 14th century.
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    Golf club Alcanada, 13.5 km from the centre of town of Pollenca.
    Golf club Alcanada is located in the northern part of the island of Mallorca, in a centuries–old castle with a spectacular outdoors terrace. The clubhouse’s high class dining establishment offers Mediterranean specialities prepared by the Galician chef. Alcanada is recognized by a variety of renowned golf magazines and golf guides as one of the finest courses in Spain. Strongly recommended in all aspects!
  • Mountain Serra de Tramuntana, Majorca, 18.9 km from the centre of town of Pollenca.
    The Serra de Tramuntana runs throughout north-western coastline of Mallorca, for 90 kilometers from Andratx to Pollenca with dozen tops over 1,000 meters. The highest peak is the Puig Major, which, at its 1,445 metres is the highest hill in the Balearic Islands. Its distinctive agricultural surroundings have merited the World Heritage designation by the UNESCO. The Serra de Tramuntana features attractive sights, several well marked trails for treking and plenty of xceptional mountain roads for motorcycling and cycling.
  • Museum Can Prunera, Soller, 28.2 km from the centre of town of Pollenca.
    Ca'n Prunera museum is situated roughly 2 mins stroll from Sóller's plaza, just in front of the kopitiam dining establishment on the Carrer de sa Lluna, the primary pedestrianised shopping road. The broad majority of works on display at this museum belong to the Fundació d’Art Serra. If you are in Soller, do make time to get to this museum - beautiful and attractive with several spectacular exhibitions.
  • Puerto de Soller, 29 km from the centre of town of Pollenca.
    Puerto de Soller is a gorgeous small settlement located in one of Mallorca's most attractive marinas. This is a magnificent location to visit with its charming marina and attractive walks and coffee bars . Two lighthouses sit on the headlands on either side of the cove, La Badia de Sóller. Harbour de Soller is as well a decent starting point for walks and treking.

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