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Lovely rustic house situated on the countryside in Pollensa area. Very nice wiews to the mountains. private swimming pool. Table Tennis. Air conditi
Spacious, well equipped, two bedroom traditional villa. Relaxing swimming pool and lovely views from the terrace. Close to Cala Molins beach and many shops, bars and restaurants.
Breathtaking mountain views, a stone’s throw from the rustic town of Pollença and the beaches to the north of the island of Mallorca. Private pool, television and games room and lovely gardens.
A wonderful luxury family villa close the rustic town of Pollença and the beaches of Port de Pollença. With private pool, lovely gardens, gym and enormous play room.
LUXURY VILLA - Crestatx-Pollensa Private Pool, Air Conditioning & Free WiFi
Sleeps 6/7. 3 bedroom villa with private pool and large terrace. A very peaceful location with a great mountain backdrop view. Only 5' drive to the beach and only 2km to the old town of Pollensa.
Cuxach, a villa in a quiet area, ideal for families. It has with swimming pools and gardens. Located 1 km. away from Pollensa, at Km 54 of the main road from Palma to Puerto Pollensa.
Villa Alexandra is located in Pollensa, Mallorca. This detached vacation rental property is air-conditioned and sleeps up to 6 people with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms along with private swimming pool.
Villa Ciutada is located in Pollensa, Mallorca. This vacation rental property is air-conditioned and sleeps up to 6 people with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms along with private swimming pool.
Suau Petit is located in Pollensa, Mallorca.
Enjoy the space and privacy of a villa with a private pool.
Villa Nacho is located in Puerto Pollensa, Mallorca.
Can Fanals is located in Pollensa, Mallorca.
Villa El Pont is located in Pollensa, Mallorca. This detached vacation rental property is air-conditioned and sleeps up to 4 people with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms along with private swimming pool.
Villa Can Tomeu is located in Pollensa, Mallorca. This detached vacation rental property is air-conditioned and sleeps up to 6 people with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms along with private swimming pool.
Villa Angeles is located in Pollensa, Mallorca.
Villa Michaela is located in Pollensa, Mallorca. This vacation rental property is air-conditioned and sleeps up to 6 people with 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms along with private swimming pool.
Villa Roig is located in Pollensa, Mallorca. This detached vacation rental property is air-conditioned and sleeps up to 6 people with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms along with private swimming pool.
Villa Martin Morillo is located in Puerto Pollensa, Mallorca.
Villa Francisco is located in Pollensa, Mallorca. This detached vacation rental property sleeps up to 6 people with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms along with private swimming pool.
Ca Na Canta is located in Pollensa, Mallorca. This vacation rental property is air-conditioned and sleeps up to 8 people with 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms along with private swimming pool.
Rent one of our cheapest villas in Pollensa for a low cost holiday.
Within easy distance of the lovely sandy beaches of Puerto Pollensa and a wealth of excellent amenities, Villa Sunflower sits within the restful rural location surrounded by eye-catching scenery.
Villa Son Feliz is located in Pollensa, Mallorca. This detached vacation rental property sleeps up to 4 people with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms along with private swimming pool.
This four bedroom holiday home is stone's throw from the sandy beach and close to the centre of Puerto Pollensa. It boasts a terrace area at the rear of the property and four bedrooms.
Villa Letitia is perfectly situated in a stunning countryside location with the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range within full view.
Just on the outskirts of the beautiful Cala Sant Vicenc, in a quiet and secluded area with the backdrop of the Serra de Tramuntana mountains, is Villa Carmela.
This 3 bedroom villa with private pool is located in Pollensa and sleeps 7 people. It has a garden and barbeque facilities. The villa is near a beach and within walking distance of a restaurant.
This 3 bedroom villa with private pool is located in Pollensa and sleeps 6 people. It has a garden and barbeque facilities. The villa is near a beach and within walking distance of a restaurant.
Retreat with family and friends to Casa Del Pan, a beautifully rustic Mallorquin country house, ideally located close to Puerta Pollensa Beach. With traditional stone walls and wooden shutters.
This 2 bedroom villa with private pool is located in Pollensa and sleeps 4 people. It has a garden and barbeque facilities. The villa is near a beach and within walking distance of a restaurant.
This 1 bedroom villa with private pool is located in Pollensa and sleeps 3 people. It has a garden and barbeque facilities. The villa is near a beach and within walking distance of a restaurant.
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Sandy beaches, unspoiled countryside, rich history and cobbled streets packed with restaurants, cafes and shops make Pollensa the perfect destination for a sunny escape. The pleasant Mediterranean climate makes Pollensa a good choice for several months of the year, with an average daytime temperature of 28°C between June and late August. If you’d rather escape the heat then September might be a better choice, with an average temperature of 23°C and a warm sea temperature of 21°C. Over the years Pollensa has become a popular destination with artists, writers and musicians - Agatha Christie wrote ‘Trouble at Pollensa Bay’ while staying here. At Clickstay we have a wide choice of holiday properties in Palma, so you can experience Pollensa at its finest. Renting one of our villas puts everything on your doorstep: beautiful cobbled streets, wonderful beaches and whitewashed houses nestled in the rural Majorcan countryside.
Direct flights from the UK to Palma de Majorca Airport take around 2.5 hours. Reaching Pollensa from the airport is another 45 minutes to an hour’s drive. The cheapest time to fly to Majorca is March. If you plan on hiring a car at the airport and have some time to spare before check-in, you might want to do some quick exploring on the way. Towns and villages like Santa Maria del Cami, Binissalem, Sa Pobla and Inca are breathtaking and you might want to come back during your holiday and pay a proper visit. Prices for a weekly car hire start from around 180 Euros. Taxis from the airport to Port de Pollensa will cost between 70 and 90 Euros. Even though taxis are convenient and provide door-to-door service, buses are much more affordable starting at around 6 Euros for a single ticket to Pollensa, and there are regular lines going to Pollensa from Palma, every half an hour or so.
Pollensa, otherwise known as Pollença in Catalan, is a charming medieval municipality made up of three areas: the Pollensa town itself, Puerto Pollensa and Cala Sant Vicenç. They’re all very peaceful and quiet, perfect for a family holiday. The town, 6 kilometres inland west from the port, was founded by the Catalans in the 13th Century as a refuge from pirates. Most of the town’s stony buildings and narrow, cobbled streets are from the medieval times. Port de Pollensa and Cala San Vincente also give off that medieval vibe from time to time, but are beach towns and tend to attract more visitors.
Beautiful beaches, rugged landscape and crystal clear waters make Pollensa an unbeatable choice for anyone looking for a perfect beach holiday. Let’s start with beaches in Puerto Pollensa. Several beaches comprise the 1.5 kilometre golden stretch of sand touching the blue waters here. There is an abundance of water sports available, plus there are bars and restaurants lined along the promenade behind the beaches for a refreshment or even a meal. Cala Barques in Cala Sant Vicenç is a wonderful sand beach with straw umbrellas scattered around. There are also several lovely restaurants surrounding the beach with excellent traditional Spanish menus. Numerous beaches adorn the Pollensa municipality and are definitely worth checking out - Cala Formentor, Cala de Sa Calobra and Cala Boquer, just to name a few.
Spain is the golf holiday destination, and with quite a few golf courses strewn around the island, Majorca is pretty high on the list. Pollensa Golf is a very well groomed, 9 holes, par 35 course with a fine restaurant and excellent facilities. The course is around 2.5 kilometres from the town of Pollensa and around 5 kilometres from the port. Alcanada Golf Course is in Alcudia, only half an hour’s drive from Pollensa. This is undoubtedly the best golf course in Majorca which also hosted the Challenge Tour Grand Final in 2019. The course has 18 holes, it’s length is 6.5 kilometres and par is 72. The restaurant at the course is top notch. It serves Mediterranean food with excellent service, and the prices are actually quite reasonable for a prestigious golf club.
Pollensa's town centre has charming narrow streets and historic buildings centring on Plaça Major - the old town square. With plenty of cultural gems to discover, this town is also famous for its ancient 365 step El Calvari stairway north of the square and The Formentor lighthouse which is the highest in all of Majorca located approximately 20km north-east from Pollensa. There’s also a parade every year on Good Friday, popular with locals and tourists alike. 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. 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. The Puig de Maria, built in the 14th century, 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. History buffs will enjoy exploring the medieval town of Alcudia, just a 15 minutes bus ride away.
There are plenty of choices when it comes to beach fun for kids, especially in Puerto Pollensa. A floating water park is usually placed near the pier. It’s a great venue for kids to have a good time and burn off some energy! If your kids are too small to go alone on the floating water park, then you might be in for some exercise as well. Another great way to spend the day with the kids in Pollensa is by visiting the Alcudia Hidropark. It’s just outside Alcudia, some 20 minutes’ drive from Pollensa. The park offers excellent slides suited for all ages, fast food restaurants and pools for toddlers and preschoolers. We’d recommend booking a ticket online, as to avoid the queues and it can save you money.
Most towns and villages in Majorca are connected via the public transport service. Travelling by bus may seem slow-paced from time to time, as buses tend to make every stop. However, public transport is the cheapest option and it’s quite reliable. The fare depends on the distance. It can be as little as few Euros, if you’re travelling to a nearby town or village, or 20 Euros if you’re travelling to the other side of the island. However, the island is divided into travel zones and you might be required to change buses in order to get to your destination, so it’s best to visit the TIB website and get acquainted with Majorcan bus lines. If you prefer to drive, car hire in Majorca can prove to be a great way to go, and there are loads of companies offering their services at the airport. Car hire prices usually start from around 180 Euros per week.
There are numerous inexpensive fast food joints along the port and in town. However when in Pollensa, take a break and treat yourself to a delicious Spanish dish in the restaurants and cafes surrounding the 18th century church Our Lady of the Angels. Savour Majorca's finest wines at the Pollensa Wine Fair which takes place in April or May each year. The resort's large marina, home to many a luxury yacht, has plenty of upscale restaurants. Ca´n Cuarassa is a fine Mediterranean restaurant with outstanding service and an even better menu. Interior of Celler La Parra is gorgeous, and their dishes are out of this world. The restaurant serves fresh and traditional Majorcan food - an absolute must eat!
Pollensa is peaceful and quiet, a perfect family holiday destination. However, there are options for nights out, with some late-night bars and pubs - just don't expect to go clubbing. Bar Norai Pub is a bar and grill open until small hours. It has a very attentive staff, inexpensive drinks and great food. Lemon Bar by the pier offers great service, drinks and live music by a great selection of bands. Mulligan’s is an Irish bar with a rather cosy, familiar atmosphere inside. There are several TV’s all showing sports and loads of Guinness.
Shopping in Pollensa comes down to boutiques, smaller shops and stores, and street markets selling everything from clothes to fresh produce from the local farms. Apart from that, a handful of charming shops selling artisans, knick-knacks and various sundries can be found tucked away in villages and towns inland like Pollensa or Sa Pobla. These items make great souvenirs. Though there are nice supermarkets in larger towns and villages with a variety of foods and drinks on the shelves, to shop in larger malls you’ll have to visit Palma.
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.