Pollensa

Pollensa holidays

At the eastern end of the Tramuntana Mountains, stylish and cultural Pollensa – with its old town, narrow streets, boutiques and almost tea-stained buildings – is still true to its roots. It’s a beautiful resort complete with luxury villas and a welcoming beachfront nearby, so come and stay a while.

A leisurely meander

One of the best things about Pollensa is its list of natural wonders and historic sites. From the Roman bridge to the castle, the museum’s paintings to fascinating caves, there’s plenty to uncover. You can even hike up Puig de Maria to gaze at the Gothic-style monastery that still stands.

Stir your senses

Sink your toes into sandy beaches surrounded by rocky patches, or even go sailing – time on the water will get you fully into holiday mode! Month-depending, come and enjoy classical music and wine festivals, but you can devour sumptuous Catalan cuisine, like pork, lobster and ensaimada buns all day long

Arab Baths, Palma City

Arab Baths, Palma City

Majorca

The Arab Baths are one of the few remaining sites from the Moorish reign between the 8th and 13th centuries. To get to the small underground chambers that survived you walk through a lush walled garden. You'll...
Cala Boquer

Cala Boquer

Majorca

A 40-minute hike through the valley north of Puerto Pollenca takes you to this hidden gem. Cala Boquer is a gorgeous litter-free secluded rocky bay with crystal clear cool blue waters and an abundance of marine...
Cap de Formentor

Cap de Formentor

Majorca

Dramatic cliffs, sandy beaches and a famous lighthouse are three good reasons to visit Cap de Formentor. This wild rocky peninsula on Majorca's north-east coast has spectacular views, particularly from the...
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