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  • Bathers at Cala Pí. Pollença, Majorca

This is one of the most beautiful areas on the island of Majorca. It is a great choice for a holiday with its sea and mountain backdrop, long waterfront, municipal museum and music festival.Read more...

What to see Pollença is renowned for its lively harbour and beaches with crystal clear waters. There is a set of coves located at the foot of Cavall Bernat in Cala Sant Vicenç as well as the prehistoric caves of Alzineret. Just a few kilometres from the Mediterranean Sea is the town centre with its mediaeval feel. The cobbled streets house monuments such as the Church of Nostra Senyora del Roser and the parish church of Nostra Senyora dels Àngels. For the best view of the town, we recommend heading up to the ‘Calvario de Pollença' chapel. Get your legs ready as you'll need to head up 365 steps. From here you can head to the Roman bridge that crosses Sant Jordi torrent. Another interesting visit is the Museum of Pollença. Active tourism You can enjoy hiking, golf, horse riding and water sports here. Gastronomy Majorcan bread soup, ‘tumbet' casserole and ‘sobrasada' sausage are a delight. Desserts include the famous ensaimada pastry to delight the sweet-toothed. Trips Cap de Formentor cape, Cap Pinar, Alcúdia and the port are highly recommended. If you would like to discover the Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range and further inland, in addition to the coast, head to Sa Pobla, Inca or Binissalem.


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Pollença


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