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Alcudia and Pollença
Majorca is a paradisiac island which is part of the Balearic Islands, located to the east of mainland Spain. In the north of the island, we can find beautiful towns and localities like Pollença and Puerto Pollença, as well as Alcudia and Port d'Alcudia. These cities are some of the most touristic ones in Majorca, which makes them the ideal destination to enjoy some great beach and sun holidays in Majorca. Stay in one of our hotels and enjoy a unique landscape and environment.
Pollença and Port of Pollença
PORT OF POLLENÇA
An unforgettable walk
Walking along the Puerto de Pollença will soon become an unforgettable experience due to the beauty of its traditional homes and the perfect blend between the port and its perfectly-preserved environment.
CALA SANT VICENÇ
An exceptional beach
The turquoise waters and green mountains that surround Cala de San Vicenç aren't easy to find, and neither are the great facilities and services present in this magnificent beach.
A town with traditional flavour
Getting lost wandering around the streets and corners of Pollença is certainly worth it. It's a unique village where the everyday, traditional bars perfectly coexist with all types of shops and historical sites.
Travel back in time
Visiting Cala Figuera is like travelling back in time to Majorca in the 50s, a beautiful place nestled inbetween pine trees and the Mediterranean sand, filled with small, white houses and fihermen's boats.
An impressive landscape
The Faro de Formentor lighthouse, the lookout of Es Colomer and the Playa de Formentor beach are three of the most spectacular spots that have become a must for anyone who visits Pollença.
Alcudia and Port of Alcudia
A historical, artistic heritage
The ruins that remain from the old walls in Alcudia have over 700 years of history, and elevate the historic city centre of the town in a truly charming place in Majorca.
SANT JAUME CHURCH
Architecture with a meaning
The majestic church of Alcudia presides one of the sides of the old, fortified walls. Although the original church dates from the XVI, it was completely renewed and rebuilt between 1870 and 1893.
A trip to ancient times
The Roman city of Pollentia was the capital of the Balearic Islands during the Republic and the Roman empire. Among the must-visit places we must highlight the Roman Theatre and the residential area.
A Mediterranean sunset
Walking along the Paseo Marítimo promenade of the Puerto de Alcudia you'll be pleasantly surprised by both the excepcional views and the homely environment. Plus, you'll also be able to visit all its shops and enjoy a drink in one of its many bars and restaurants.
PORT D'ALCUDIA BEACH
Paradise within your reach
The 7km of fine, white sand that make up the beach of Puerto de Alcudia share the spotlight with the vast pine forests and calm waters.
A relaxing day
In the areas of Alcudia and Pollensa, you will find various different golf courses in which, as well as being able to play, you'll enjoy exceptional views and landscapes.
WATER SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES
A fun afternoon
Across many spots along the coasts of Alcudia and Pollensa you'll be able to try some of the most popular water sports in the Majorca's northern coast: kitesurf, paddlesurf, kayak, sailing or surfing.
A landscape full of exciting trails and pathways
Whether you just want to go for a peaceful ride or discover the most stunning spots along the Serra de Tramuntana, the areas of Alcudia and Pollensa offer some of the best routes on the island.
A route across the Serra de Tramuntana
There's no better plan than heading out to explore the exceptional flora and fauna characteristic of Majorca in an enclave that will captivate you in every way and will help you discover unique landscapes.