Pollensa (Pollença) and Port de Pollenca are located on the Northern coast of Mallorca.

Pollensa is the quintessential Mallorcan town – one that welcomes tourism, but keeps it’s traditional charm with local street life and fiestas, market stalls, historic churches and buildings and artisan crafting. The village boasts many quaint boutiques located in spotlessly debris free winding lanes adjoining to lively plazas.

Port de Pollença

Port de Pollença (or Puerto Pollensa as the locals call it) is located just a few miles North of Pollensa town has evolved from its origins as a traditional village fishing port for the locals, into a charming and vibrant family resort destination, complete with the expected sandy white beaches, stunning bay views, Spanish palms and an array of varied restaurants, cafes, water sports and seafront shopping. A majestic holiday destination so unique, it inspired Agatha Christie to write her bestselling novel Problems at Pollensa Bay here.

Cap de Formentor

A 13.5 km curvy road trip from Port de Pollensa to Formentor. Prepare to be astounded by the incredible views and breathtaking scenery.


The ancient walled city of Alcúdia – a short day trip from Pollensa and not to be missed! This medieval ‘fort’ stands within two towering gates (Palma or Sant Sebastia Gate and the Xara or Del Port Gate) and encloses narrow pedestrianised cobble stone streets, cafes, markets, various festivals (depending on the time of year you visit) and lively Mallorcan villagers and tourists alike.

Cala San Vicente

Cala San Vicente – built on steep hillsides with stunning cliffs, this quaint Mallorcan village hugs 3 small beaches surrounded by tranquil crystal clear bay waters and is a local hotspot for hiking, scuba diving (rabbitfish, scorpionfish and wrasse are the most popular spottings) and bird watching (the area is home to black vultures, falcons, swifts and nightingales).