Take advantage of the different options offered, with the possibility of going on boat trips (Port de Pollença - Formentor): starting from Port de Pollença to the Talaia d'Albercuix, a mountainous point from which you can enjoy a spectacular view of the bay of Alcudia and Pollenca; Formentor beach (where you can take a refreshing dip); the Creueta viewpoint from where you can see the islet of Es Colomer. On the way, a stop is made in Inca and the leather products factories.
Other popular boat trips are along the Port of Pollença to Cala San Vincenç and Port of Pollença - Sa Calobra - Port of Sóller.
There are companies in the northern area of the island that offer a wide variety of guided tours in Mallorca. You can go on a bike tour around Pollença, or drive to the Campanet Caves and the weekly markets in Sineu, Pollença and Formentor.
They also offer horseback riding tours called "cowboy-nights", along the Formentor Bay at sunset. From this area, you will see the most beautiful sun sets on the island.
Hike up the 365 steps to the top of the Calvari Hill in Pollença, where you will find a building with baroque and neoclassical elements built in 1795.
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