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If relaxed beach days, lively evenings and great restaurants are your bag, then holidays to Puerto Pollensa offer the laid-back vibe you've been looking for. Mix in beautiful Balearic sunshine from early spring well into late autumn, and this Majorcan hotspot (which is just 50km from Palma airport) is tan-tastic almost all year round!

 

Tourists find Puerto Pollensa holidays to be affordable and safe, and the short-haul flight certainly tilts the scale in its favour when it comes to a fun-filled family holiday - where temperatures range from a balmy average of 22°C in June, to a toasty 25°C in August. The picturesque horseshoe-shaped bay is great for swimming and sunbathing and you could take day trips to Serra de Tramuntana mountain or S’Albufera Natural Park, a birdwatcher’s paradise. If you’d like to spend a day on the sand, the resort has Pollensa Beach and Albercutx Beach, plus pretty Cala Bona is just 60km away.

 

When night falls the town comes alive, with romantic restaurants, chic cocktail bars and lively squares - such as Plaza Miguel Capllonch – offering entertainment. Want to stay active? The Tramuntana mountain range provides a picturesque backdrop to Pollensa's exclusive marina, golden beach and elegant hotels. Potter around the Puerto Pollensa market, held every Wednesday at the Main Square and choose from a great selection of local food, leather, jewellery, craft items and so on. With shopping, boat trips, water sports and mouth-watering dining spots, plus pretty villages just a stone's throw away, Puerto Pollensa holidays offer a little something for everyone. For that extra touch of luxury, our all inclusive Puerto Pollensa holidays are a great option if you want to relax knowing your flights, hotel, food & drink are all paid for.

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Places to go and things to do in Puerto Pollensa

Puerto Pollensa Beaches

Puerto Pollensa Beaches

The Blue Flag beach, surrounded by the Tramuntana mountains, is picture perfect. Laze under parasols or on sun-loungers, watching yachts disappear into the horizon. Stroll along Pine Walk, past the marina, to reach the quieter but smaller D'Albercuix beach. You can also take a ferry or drive to the secluded Formentor beach and enjoy its crystal clear waters.

Sightseeing in Cap de Formentor

Adventure seekers can hop on a bus and head for Cap de Formentor, located on the northernmost tip of the island. This dramatic peninsula offers sensational views of the surrounding area, and its rugged terrain and craggy peaks are where Agatha Christie wrote Problem at Pollensa Bay. Don’t worry, the only problem you’ll have here is if you forget your camera!

Majorcan Nightlife

As night falls in Puerto Pollensa, it's time to let your hair down. From pubs and cocktail bars to open air party spots clubs, this resort has a friendly and lively vibe. However, it's equally suited to those looking to chill out and relax - go restaurant-hopping and try out the tasty tapas on offer or kick back with a nightcap on the open air terraces.

Activities

A great way of exploring the island is by hiring a sail boat or taking a day trip on one of the many snorkelling, speedboat or catamaran excursions leaving the port daily. Don’t worry if you don’t know how to sail, you can hire crew to do the hard bit for you! Puerto Pollensa boasts excellent scuba diving facilities. Sign up for an underwater excursion and you can discover what lies beneath the Mediterranean. Windsurfing, water-skiing and snorkelling are popular sports to try out.

Places to go and things to do in Puerto Pollensa

Puerto Pollensa Beaches

Puerto Pollensa Beaches


The Blue Flag beach, surrounded by the Tramuntana mountains, is picture perfect. Laze under parasols or on sun-loungers, watching yachts disappear into the horizon. Stroll along Pine Walk, past the marina, to reach the quieter but smaller D'Albercuix beach. You can also take a ferry or drive to the secluded Formentor beach and enjoy its crystal clear waters.

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Sightseeing in Cap de Formentor

Sightseeing in Cap de Formentor


Adventure seekers can hop on a bus and head for Cap de Formentor, located on the northernmost tip of the island. This dramatic peninsula offers sensational views of the surrounding area, and its rugged terrain and craggy peaks are where Agatha Christie wrote Problem at Pollensa Bay. Don’t worry, the only problem you’ll have here is if you forget your camera!

Read More
Majorcan Nightlife

Majorcan Nightlife


As night falls in Puerto Pollensa, it's time to let your hair down. From pubs and cocktail bars to open air party spots clubs, this resort has a friendly and lively vibe. However, it's equally suited to those looking to chill out and relax - go restaurant-hopping and try out the tasty tapas on offer or kick back with a nightcap on the open air terraces.

Read More
Activities

Activities


A great way of exploring the island is by hiring a sail boat or taking a day trip on one of the many snorkelling, speedboat or catamaran excursions leaving the port daily. Don’t worry if you don’t know how to sail, you can hire crew to do the hard bit for you! Puerto Pollensa boasts excellent scuba diving facilities. Sign up for an underwater excursion and you can discover what lies beneath the Mediterranean. Windsurfing, water-skiing and snorkelling are popular sports to try out.

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