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Breathtaking coastlines: Pollensa is a surprisingly diverse resort which almost encapsulates the great variety to be found on holidays to Majorca as a whole. And it’s still possible to have completely traditional beach holidays here, as some stunning coastlines are within easy reach on the northern tip.
Mountain range: Pollensa holidays 2017 also offer a lot for nature lovers as the resort backs off onto the Tramuntana Mountain range.
Quaint village: Pollensa holidays have real charm, as the town is made up of narrow cobbled streets interspersed with grand old houses. The pine walk sums up the area nicely as the pretty street shows the contrast between the contemporary and the traditional. You’ll wander past traditional Spanish restaurants and trendy wine bars all on the same road.
Activities in Pollensa
Golfing holidays: For a relatively small island, it’s surprising that there are so many great golf courses on Majorca holidays, and Pollensa holidays are no exception. There are a number of 18-hole tournament standard golf courses just a short drive away from the centre.
Tramuntana Mountain Range: Pollensa holidays are also handily located very near to the Tramuntana Mountain range. The idea of a steep hike during your holidays may sound a little daunting at first, but there are plenty of walks to suit all abilities.
It’s a really pleasant way to take in the unspoilt rural inland of Majorca holidays. Pine and olive trees intersperse with rocky, arid mountains and it’s highly likely you’ll spot some goat herds too. Pollensa is still used for farming thanks to the warm weather that causes the vegetation to grow incredibly fast. Just be sure to take lots of water with you during the summer holidays as the sun can get very hot!
Port de Pollensa Beach: By all accounts, the Port de Pollensa is a very attractive beach. It’s often very quiet, and far less crowded than the nearby beach in Alcudia.
Most beaches in Majorca have soft, smooth sand that is comfortable on the feet, and Pollensa’s is no exception. However, the added attraction of the area is the superb view.
Rocky mountains fade out into the distance and make for a beautiful backdrop to your sunbathing during your holidays in Pollensa.
Cala San Vicente: Cala San Vicente is also quite close to Pollensa holidays. It actually has three separate sandy coves packed closely together. And the huge Cavall Bernat mountain makes for a wonderful sight while you’re sunbathing on your holidays to Majorca.
Cala Formentor: But if you’d like a real change of scenery during your holidays in Pollensa we’d recommend Cala Formentor instead. That’s largely because the way the pines follow the beach right up to the edge is truly unique. Often, the strip of sand is only eight metres wide and the dense forestry behind gives you the ideal opportunity to snap some great photos of your beach holidays spent here.
Restaurants in Pollensa
Hell’s Kitchen: If you’re not too concerned about having Spanish food and you like to keep a tight budget with great value meals on cheap holidays to Pollensa, you can’t go wrong with Hell’s Kitchen. Unlike the ITV programme, there are no celebrity chefs in sight, but instead you’ll get brilliantly cooked home comforts like steak and ale pie or bread ‘n’ butter pudding.
Stay: With polished wooden floors and sleek metallic tables, this contemporary restaurant entices you to Stay, just like the title. Luckily, the menu is just as classy, and offers imaginative dishes like Partridge Ravioli in Wild Mushroom sauce and Grilled Fillet of Beef with Pesto-Armagnac sauce.
Giardino: This traditional Italian restaurant has suitably rustic surroundings with a beautiful terrace on the cobbled square outside. The menu offers timeless classics like Carpaccio (thin slices of beef) and Cannelloni. It offers an Italian experience so authentic you may even forget you’re actually on your holidays in Majorca!
Nightlife in Pollensa
British-style bars: Pollensa holidays have created something of a reputation for being much more sedate than some neighbouring Majorca holidays. However, that doesn’t mean there’s not a great choice of bars on Pollensa holidays.
As you might expect, there are quite a few which specifically cater for British people, the Trotters Bar for example, has a whole host of Memorabilia from Only Fools and Horses.
Sophisticated drinks: You can also find your way to some very classy bars on Pollensa holidays, especially along the Pine Walk. It’s a relaxed place to take a stroll after your evening meal and appreciate the beautiful private villas that are dotted around this enchanting pathway.