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Reviews of villas in Pollensa

We have 318 reviews of our villas in Pollensa.

Renter: Jacqui Jacqui
Jacqui September 2019

Lovely bright villa We have just returned from a lovely relaxing week in Mallorca, the villa was clean and spacious (only four of us) well equipped and comfortable. Location was perfect to beach, restaurants, and shops #9969;

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Family from Llandough , United Kingdom August 2019

The outside space of this property is amazing and let’s face it that’s what you go to Mallorca for. The inside of villa was typical Mallorca but would be considered old fashioned by us. Too many personal items left in house made you think you were visiting someone. Kitchen had everything you could need. Overall a great holiday and great pool.

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Large group from Farnham, United Kingdom June 2019

We were delighted with the villa, the agent, the location and the facilities. There was a some construction work going on close by but this did not distract from our experience or enjoyment. The daily clean was unexpected and very welcome.

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Renter: Nia Nia
Nia May 2019

We have enjoyed a fantastic holiday at Villa Angeles; it could not have been better! The villa is equipped with every possible item needed for cooking etc. and is well appointed throughout. The garden is beautiful and very private and safe and our young daughter has loved the freedom to run around, looking at the plants, birds and other animal life! The setting is peaceful but close to the towns of PollenA§a and Port de PollenA§a, as well as several large supermarkets and other amenities. All in all, we would definitely come here again and would wholeheartedly recommend this property to others.

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Travel guide

Rent villas in Pollensa

Pollensa, (otherwise known as Pollença in Catalan) is a charming medieval town made up of three areas: Puerto Pollensa itself, Port de Pollensa and Cala Sant Vicenç in the northern region of Majorca. The town was founded by the Catalans in the 13th Century, some 6km away from the coast and was used as a refuge from pirates.

Renting one of our villas puts everything on your doorstep: beautiful cobbled streets, wonderful beaches and whitewashed houses nestled in the rural Majorcan countryside. Pollensa's town centre has charming narrow streets and historic buildings centering on Plaça Major, the old town square. The resort's large marina, home to many a luxury yacht, has plenty of upscale restaurants.

Over the years Pollensa has become a popular destination with artists, writers and musicians; Agatha Christie’s novel ‘Trouble at Pollensa Bay’ was written here, where the writer enjoyed long walks to the lighthouse at Port de Pollensa! History buffs will enjoy exploring the medieval town of Alcudia, just a 15 minute bus ride away.

With plenty of cultural gems to discover, this town is also famous for its ancient 365 step El Calvari stairway, north of the square. At the top lies a small and beautiful chapel where you can enjoy views of the surrounding countryside and Tramuntana mountain range. This rural slice of Majorca is a haven for cyclists and hikers, where the most scenic route is the 3km walk through the Boquer valley to the ocean on the other side.

The pleasant Mediterranean climate makes Pollensa a perfect year-round holiday destination, with an average daytime temperature of 28°C between June and late August. If you prefer to escape the heat then September is an ideal time to visit, with an average temperature of 23°C and a warm sea temperature of 21°C. 

Key holiday info

  • The nearest airport is Palma de Majorca airport, approx. 60km or 45 minutes away.
  • Temperatures during the day peak at 28°C during summer and rarely fall below 10°C in the winter.
  • The average sea temperature during summer is 26°C whilst it rarely falls below 15°C in winter.
  • The Puig de Maria is over 300m high. An easy hike up the hill grants beautiful views of Pollensa from the top, and a peaceful visit to the shrine on the hill's peak.

A beginner's guide to renting a villa in Pollensa

Sandy beaches, unspoiled countryside, a rich history and cobbled streets packed with restaurants, cafes and shops make Pollensa the perfect destination for a sunny escape. With its Mediterranean climate the town experiences hot summers and mild winters. It’s also easy to get to, being in close proximity to Palma de Majorca airport just 60km away (or a 45 minute to one hour drive). Why not:

  • Take a break from exploring the town and treat yourself with the delicious Spanish cuisine in the restaurants and cafes surrounding the 18th Century church Our lady of the Angels.
  • Climb the 365 steps of the El Calvari stairway. There’s a parade every year on Good Friday which is popular with locals and tourists alike. At the top you can enjoy panoramic views of Pollensa.
  • Watch the re-enactment of the 15th Century defence of north Majorca from the Moorish pirates which is still celebrated today and takes place on the 2nd August each year.
  • Savour Majorca's finest wines at the Pollensa Wine Fair which takes place in April or May each year.

Pollensa is rich in history, culture and arts. The beautiful beaches, rugged landscape and crystal clear waters makes it an unbeatable combination for anyone looking for culture, relaxation and fun. At Clickstay we have a wide choice of holiday properties in Palma, so you can experience Pollensa at its finest.

Did you know...

  • A traditional sandstone monastery and chapel resides at the top of Puig de Maria, built in the 14th Century.
  • There are many activities for adrenaline junkies to enjoy in Pollensa, including zip-lining, climbing and kayaking.
  • The Formentor lighthouse is the highest in all of Majorca, located approx. 20km northeast from Pollensa.
  • Agatha Christie's visit to Pollensa in 1932 inspired her to write the Parker Pyne Investigates collection of short stories!

Discover Pollensa

Take a look at our blog posts about where to go in Pollensa and what to do on your holiday in Pollensa.

Pollensa is best known for its picturesque, rural surroundings and traditional Spanish charm, which has resisted change from the steady increase in tourism to Majorca. Now, the cobblestone town and beautiful harbour is quickly becoming a must-visit destination for avid foodies.

Pollensa is best known for its picturesque, rural surroundings and traditional Spanish charm, which has resisted change from the steady increase in tourism to Majorca. Now, the cobblestone town and beautiful harbour is quickly becoming a must-visit destination for avid foodies.