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How to get to Puerto Pollensa

The quickest and easiest way to get to Puerto Pollensa (or Port de Pollença) is with a pre-booked transfer from Palma Airport direct to your hotel door. The fastest option is with a Private Taxi or Minibus (for group bookings) to Puerto Pollensa which takes about 60 minutes. We also offer a premier services with a luxury car and wheelchair adapted vehicles. For budget-friendly transport, our low-cost Shuttle takes 90 minutes and our Speedy Shuttle will get you there in 80 minutes.

Why visit Puerto Pollensa?

This attractive resort in northern Majorca, surrounded by mountains and with barely a high-rise in sight, offers long stretches of palm tree-lined beaches and lots of cafes and restaurants to choose from. A former fishing port, Puerto Pollensa is a very family-friendly resort thanks to its good facilities and is especially popular with British tourists.

Things to do in Puerto Pollensa

This northern resort provides lots of opportunities for swimming, water sports and boat excursions, such as the glass-bottomed boat trip to Formentor Beach. If you prefer to keep your feet on dry land then make the most of the golden sands of Puerto Pollensa or Albercutx Beach.

Puerto Pollensa is also a major destination for cycling, and whether you’re a seasoned or casual cyclist there are plenty of routes to choose from. Bike hire here is very easy, with shops renting cycles to visitors throughout the year. There is also some great hiking and walking available, like the Boquer Valley or Pine walks, and golfing at the 9-hole Golf Pollensa.

Top Restaurants

For a side order of fantastic sea views, Ca'n Cuarassa serves up a wonderful mix of homemade tapas and grilled meats, with a play area for the little ones making it a family-friendly choice. For some genuine island cuisine, Celler La Parra is hard to beat, serving up rustic dishes of sauteed lamb offal and Mallorcan ratatouille. If you’re looking for something a little lighter, then Bellaverd restaurant is a good choice, specialising in vegetarian dishes and salads.

Places to go

There are lots of interesting places to visit around Puerto Pollensa, whether you’re looking to discover some of Majorca’s culture and history or explore its rugged wilderness. For incredible views, take a drive along the twisting and turning road that links the resort with Formentor, or take a trip to the Albufera Nature Reserve.

Nearby resort Cala San Vincente is a fantastically secluded spot with a beach where you can get away from the crods and the historical walled city of Alcúdia to the south is one of the most beautiful on the island. If you’re looking for boat trips from Pollensa Port, various excursions around the Cap de Formentor offer dolphin watching, fishing and more.

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September 12th, 2018

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