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Puerto Pollensa Holidays

A holiday to Puerto Pollensa promises wonderful scenery, beautiful sandy beaches and a laid-back friendly atmosphere. The sheltered horseshoe shaped bay is set against the stunning backdrop of the Tramuntana mountain range. Puerto Pollensa is a traditional resort in the north-east of Majorca which offers an attractive beach holiday choice for couples and families. It is about 58km or 1hr 30min drive from the airport in Palma.

With superb sands and shallow waters, great watersports and small but popular coves Puerto Pollensa holidays offer a real getaway in a most scenic part of Majorca. Originally a fishing village, Puerto Pollensa retains the time old tradition of the evening stroll. On warm, balmy evenings you will find tourists and locals alike enjoying a leisurely walk up and down between the marina where the yachts are moored.

The sylish marina is surrounded by classy boutiques, bustling cafes and some fine Tapas bars. The restaurants serve delicious locally sourced seafood. The evening entertainment in Puerto Pollensa is mainly hotel based, but there is a popular disco Chivas that has been there since 1969, that offers entertainment in a fun and hospitable environment. The local nightlife is not at all loud or overwhelming, but relaxing and fun.

For people who like a bit more adventure on their holiday to Puerto Pollensa there is the nearby Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range, that surrounds and shelters the town. There are many walks up these mountains and the view back over the bay from the top are stunning. For families there is a waterpark, karting track and water sports at the Hidropark in Alcudia, only 10 minutes away from Puerto Pollensa.

Hotels in Puerto Pollensa


Hoposa Hotel Daina

Hoposa Uyal Hotel

Hotel Miramar

Illa d'Or

Mar Senses Puerto de Pollensa

Illa D'or Club Apartments

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