Majorca / Puerto Pollensa

Rent a boat - Puerto Pollensa

Discover stunning bays around Cap Formentor from a boat

Lagoon 40
€ 3285
Lagoon 40 THOR

Majorca / Puerto Pollensa

5Cabins 9Berths 2Toilets 11.97 mLength
Oceanis 45
€ 3050
Oceanis 45 AVALON

Majorca / Puerto Pollensa

3Cabins 6Berths 2Toilets 13.85 mLength
Oceanis 38
€ 2400
Oceanis 38 MOIN

Majorca / Puerto Pollensa

3Cabins 6Berths 1Toilets 11.5 mLength
Dufour 460 Grand Large
€ 3380
Dufour 460 Grand Large RUBIN

Majorca / Puerto Pollensa

4Cabins 8Berths 4Toilets 14.15 mLength
Elan Impression 45
€ 2850
Elan Impression 45 FREEDOM

Majorca / Puerto Pollensa

3Cabins 6Berths 2Toilets 13.85 mLength
Menorquin 150
€ 5600
Menorquin 150 Buccara IX

Majorca / Puerto Pollensa

2Cabins 4 + 2Berths 1Toilets 15 mLength
Elan Impression 50
€ 5250
Elan Impression 50 NAVIGATOR

Majorca / Puerto Pollensa

4Cabins 8Berths 3Toilets 15.2 mLength
Oceanis 41.1
€ 2875
Oceanis 41.1 Passepartout

Majorca / Puerto Pollensa

3Cabins 6Berths 1Toilets 12.43 mLength

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Idyllic without being provincial, popular without being crowded and beautiful without question, Port de Pollenca is your chance to visit the Balearic Islands far away from the noisy tourist crowds, the parties and the glamour. Just a sleepy fishing village where you can come with your family for a relaxing vacation

General Info
There’s an unwritten rule that whenever mountains meet sea, the resulting landscape is always very beautiful. Nowhere is this truer than for the small town of Port de Pollenca on Majorca, the biggest of the Balearic Islands, sitting at the foot of the Tramuntana mountain range in a peaceful bay.

At the very northern tip of Majorca, the small fishing village Port de Pollenca is known for its peaceful atmosphere and for the sandy beaches bordered by the seawalk. In the evening tourists and locals can be found wondering on their paseo or stroll, a tradition kept for decades.

Travel & Arrival
The island of Majorca is serviced by the airport bearing the name "Palma-San Juan", one of the busiest in Europe during the summer season, despite the small size of the island. Spain’s third biggest airport is located almost 70 km to the southwest of Port de Pollenca and is serviced by all major European airlines, but is a favorite destination for British and German  enthusiasts.

By land, there is a way of getting to Pollenca via the biggest city on the island, ")%}. Most visitors coming in find it easy to make a stop here first and then drive to other locations on the island. If that is the case with you, then follow the Ma-13 road to the northeast and then get off on the MA-2220 to reach Pollenca.

For those who enjoy water travel, ferries arrive in Palma de Mallorca, but also in Port d’Alcudia, which is much closer to the city, just a few kilometers down the coast. You’ll find Pollenca as a destination port when travelling with your crew from Barcelona.

Avant & Apres Sail
While being renowned for its quiet, family- friendly atmosphere, you might find that there aren’t that many things to do while in Port de Pollenca. However, there is a bustling cultural life here, thanks to the high numbers of painters that have been making trips here in search of inspiration. devotees can visit the Museum of Pollenca, Casa Museu Dionis Bennassar and the Museu Marti Visenç.

Historical points of interest might also be found in churches in Pollenca and the Roman bridge built in 123 BC that leads into the town itself. Apart from these, a art lover can visit any of the numerous galleries that display paintings and hold regular exhibitions.

True to its name as a tourist town, Pollenca has over 100 restaurants and cafes that offer everything from Chinese to Swiss dishes. But as always, the hungry visitor will want to sample some of the local delicacies and for this he should try the Pa amb Oli (basically bread with oil, a reminiscent Roman tradition), Coca (the local equivalent of pizza), Tumbet (ratatouille with potatoes) and the delicious Lechona (roasted suckling pig).

Though in the local shops you’ll find everything the modern sailor needs to fulfill his needs, you’re invited to taste one of the types of wine served in the local bodegas, as the region is famous for growing vines and producing organic wines for export.

Events & Actions
To the usual sunbathing and water sports that are common to every resort, Port de Pollenca has some other interesting activities on land. Bird watching, though not so popular nowadays, still thrives here, and goes hand in hand with biking and hiking in the countryside of Majorca.

The old town of Pollenca is rooted in tradition, and that’s why, throughout the year, there are numerous religious events, saints’ days, carnivals and fiestas. You’re bound to catch one no matter when your party arrives here.

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