Travelling to Majorca is always a good idea, but if you also stay in a holiday villa in Pollensa, it is a double success.
Pollensa has a lot to see, but we will show you some essential places you should not miss during your trip to Majorca.
Port de Pollensa
The port of Pollensa is a must see. Although originally it was a small traditional fishing port, it has now evolved into an area entirely designed for tourism and to satisfy the tastes of the whole family.
The views are impressive, by law it is forbidden to build high-rise buildings that spoil them. Its great beauty has captivated visitors from other countries, especially those of British origin who, in large numbers, have decided to travel to this part of Majorca and, even, repeat year after year.
S’Albufera Natural Park
If you love nature, especially ornithology, s’Albufera Natural Park is the perfect place for you. There you can enjoy a wide variety of birds and spectacular natural landscapes that will leave you amazed.
Both its beach and its lighthouse are two essential visits from your villa in Majorca. On the way to the Formentor Lighthouse, you will find two viewpoints with the best views of the whole island, the Mirador de Sa Creueta and the Mirador des Colomer.
Pollensa offers you the opportunity to stay active during your holidays.
On the one hand, the area is ideal for scuba diving. There are many companies that will allow you to enjoy the stunning seabed of the area, an overwhelming beauty.
In addition, for golfers, there is the Pollensa Golf Course, with nine holes and, at a short distance, the Alcanada golf course, with 18 holes.
You can also practice surfing, ride a bike, sail and a lot of other activities.
The arduous climb of more than 350 steps will be rewarded by the views from above, both the Serra de Tramuntana and the bay of Pollensa. In addition to the views, you can enjoy an area of the most picturesque and charming streets full of craft stalls.
The town of Pollensa is one of the most beautiful in Majorca, and it is really worth getting lost walking through the streets that exude tradition and history. Do not forget to visit the Plaça Major. Especially if it is Sunday which means market day!
Now you have many reasons to visit Pollensa.
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