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Puerto Pollensa’s location, on a broad winding sandy shore, set against the backdrop of the majestic Tramuntana mountain range, is just mind-blowing. Indeed, the resort itself is also truly gorgeous. What was once a tiny fishing port has developed into a beautiful resort that has maintained the refreshingly laid-back ambience of a little island village.
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Beach On your sun holidays in Puerto Pollensa numerous fantastic beaches await you, spread around the well-protected horseshoe-shaped bay. The two most popular beaches are Voramar, which reaches from the resort’s harbour down along the Pine Walk, and Pollensa beach, which is situated just south of the marina. Both beaches encompass fine soft golden sand dipping gently into the crystal clear aquamarine waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Beach bars and restaurants are peppered along the periphery of the sand, and water sports and diving schools boast entertainment to keep the whole family occupied.
Activities For everybody who wants to venture out from the cosiness of the beach on sun holidays in Puerto Pollensa, glass bottom boat cruises leaving from the harbour offer visitors a glimpse of the island’s exciting marine life. Back on dry land, the bordering regions are packed with sightseeing possibilities, while outdoor experiences like walking tours or Jeep rides up the Tramuntana Mountains ensure breathtaking vistas off the shore and the verdant surrounding area.
Eating Out The Pollensa region encompasses over a hundred cafes and restaurants, so you have a diverse range of food to choose from on your holidays in Puerto Pollensa, from Chinese, Indian, Italian, French and, of course, the regional mallorquin cooking. Regional dishes are a true highlight, such as Tumbet (ratatouille with potatoes), Lechona (roast sucking pig) and a huge selection of freshly caught fish.
Nightlife In keeping with the ambience of the resort, nightlife in Puerto Pollensa is rather laid-back, with tourists and residents alike heading to the Pine Walk or the marina for a tranquil walk or a drink in a laid-back taverna or café. Most hotels feature entertainment but if you want to spend a great night out on your sun holidays in Puerto Pollensa, the best option is to take a taxi to the neighbouring Alcudia or Magaluf, where you can find some of Majorca’s most renound party hotspots.