Pollensa old town dates back to the thirteenth century. The town is well known in the worlds of art and literature and plays a leading role in the cultural life of the island. The Pollensa Festival of Classical Music, held in the months of July and August, is a must for all music lovers. There is a good selection of art galleries and museums in the town.
Pollensa is renowned for it´s fabulous restaurants and every taste is catered for. There are French, Italian, Swiss, British, Indian and Chinese, to name a few, but it’s really best to experience the local Mallorquin cooking.
This is a modern town built around a cosy old harbour. Some eight kilometres from the old town, here is a resort with all the facilites you could desire. You can try water sports in the large Pollensa bay, or just lie on the wide sandy beach. You can also stop along the famous pinewalk and enjoy a break at one of the beachside cafés. There are centres for any number of activities, including walking, climbing, horse riding diving etc. etc..
Eating out is also a treat in the port and there are a variety of restaurants, cafés, pubs and bars in the squares and streets around the town centre