Beaches, culture and tradition
What to see in Pollensa


Pollensa, located in the north of the island of Majorca, is an ideal place to visit both during the summer and winter months. For many years, it was the holiday destination for many illustrious historical figures like Winston Churchill and Peter Ustinov, whilst inspiring some of the works of Agatha Christie. The centre of Pollensa which is slightly more elevated than its spectacular port, both offer a charming setting to wander around whilst there is a fantastic beach to relax upon in the summer.

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    A picturesque village
    Pollensa possesses boasts an unbeatable beauty that makes it the perfect destination for an afternoon stroll in a truly charming Majorcan town. Whilst the town attracts a large number of artists who come to find inspiration in a location surrounded by unparalleled beauty. The Pollensa Museum or the International Music Festival are a must.


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    Port de Pollensa

    Fall in love with the port
    Once a small fishing port, Port de Pollensa has now become one the most majestic ports in Majorca which has bought many visitors to the area. Its charm, tranquillity and natural environment come together to create the perfect atmosphere for a seafront stroll.


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    Museum of Pollensa

    A paradise for artists

    The Museum of Pollensa is the ideal place for art lovers, with a wealth of visitors flocking to enjoy the paintings and archaeological works that can be found within. The incredible Buddhist mandala cannot be missed.


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    El Calvario

    A historical hill
    El Calvario hill offers wonderful panoramic views of the whole town of Pollensa. It is one of the most famed aspects of the area with a vast 365 steps joining the town with the hillside. At the top, you can find a recently restored chapel.