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Puerto Pollensa, in the northeast of Majorca, is a very picturesque resort nestling beneath the dramatic Tramunta Mountains around a sheltered horse shoe shaped bay. It is a very popular holiday destination offering glorious sunshine, golden sands and warm waters. It is a place where one can relax, soaking up the sun and enjoying the charm of what was once an old fishing village.
Puerto Pollensa holidays provide visitors with a beautiful natural setting. The wide beach, curving around the bay is sheltered from breezes and the water is therefore flat and calm, ideal for families. A wide range of water sporting activities are available for aqua enthusiasts. The old town, four miles inland, is of great interest.
Puerto Pollensa is popular with people of all ages. Families with small children will find the beach is perfect for sandcastles or more adventurous sculptures and the shallow water offers safe bathing. Although not noted for its nightlife, there are many bars and restaurants which open late to accommodate those who like to party. Those looking for a relaxing break will find that a Puerto Pollensa holiday will certainly recharge their batteries. Puerto Pollensa is popular out of season with middle aged couples seeking a retreat from northern winters.
The holiday season in Puerto Pollensa begins in April and lasts until late October with temperatures ranging from the twenties to the mid thirties.
Puerto Pollensa was originally an old fishing village which, despite the development of the tourist industry, manages to retain some of its traditional flavour. It is said to be one of the prettiest northern resorts with its mountainous backdrop and its azure seas. The beach is clean and wide with golden sand and is well served with bars and restaurants. There are many opportunities for participating in water sports including wind surfing and water skiing. Explore the bay in a glass bottomed boat or take a fishing or snorkelling trip out to sea. The marina is a good place to stop for refreshments while watching the arrival and departures of the luxury yachts and the local fishing boats. The promenade is lined with palms and pine trees and it is here that are found many excellent fish restaurants. Pollensa Town is situated four miles inland and is well worth a visit. It is a town of Roman origin with narrow cobbled roads winding their way through stone buildings that are adorned with green wooden shutters to keep out the heat. The medieval church of Our Lady of the Angels stands in the main square. It was reconstructed in gothic style in the eighteenth century and has some wonderful frescoes. There are 365 steps along a cypress lined road, the Calvary Way, leading to an old chapel with a stunning view of the bay.
Evening entertainment in Puerto Pollensa is fairly low key and mainly hotel based. It does however boast a disco, Chivas, which caters for those who like to round off the day drinking and dancing.
Puerto Pollensa has the usual array of shops found in holiday resorts. There are many gift and souvenir shops where you can purchase your holiday mementos. Leather goods, jewellery, pottery and embroidered linens are plentiful. Market day in the old town is on Sunday and on Wednesday in the port.
Puerto Pollensa has bars and restaurants to suit most tastes and pockets. The fish restaurants along the promenade are considered to be among the best in Majorca. Fresh fish from the morning catch, simply prepared and cooked, is hard to beat. Local wines are pleasing to both palate and pocket.