The municipality of Pollensa is without any doubt one of most beautiful and privileged regions of the island due to its marvellous situation. Its landscape and the magic of its light have always inspired artists, musicians and poets. The north of Majorca is full of contrasts. This is where the nature of the majestic Sierra de Tramuntana offers unequalled drama and beauty, with its sharp peaks standing out against the blue sky and its deep valleys that end in secluded beaches of fine sand and crystalline waters. Who visits Pollença never forgets it.
Thanks to its rich cultural tradition, Pollensa continues fascinating residents and visitors with its traditional feasts, international music festivals, art galleries and handicraft shops, all of which are surrounded by an unrivalled environment. 
We recommend the following sights: The Calvario Steps, Santo Domingo Cloister, the Puig de Maria, as well as wandering around the pedestrian area of old Pollensa where a wide selection or bars, local and international cuisine restaurants and an extensive variety of shops can be found. Close by are the sights of the unforgettable Formentor Lighthouse and Formentor beach, la Talaya d’ Albercuix, Cala San Vicente or the Port de Pollença Pine walk.
The area also offers a wide variety of leisure and sports (2 beautiful golf courses within a distance of 15 km., plenty of water sports, horse-riding, trekking and cycling among others).   
Communication with the cosmopolitan Palma de Majorca and its international airport is excellent (approximately 40. min driving distance). This is the ideal place to enjoy a memorable holiday.



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