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Pollensa is perfect for families and couples of all ages.
Average Flight Time:
2 hours
Time Difference:
1 hours
Average Temp:
19°C
Currency:
EUR

Old town charm, a laid back way of life and culture sum up holidays in Pollensa. This attractive old town lies on the northern tip of Majorca, between the hills of El Calvari and Puig de Pollensa, at the northern end of the Tramantana mountain range. The cafe and restaurant lined Plaza Major is the heart of the town and also home to some smart galleries and the weekly Sunday morning market. You'll also discover narrow medieval streets, Gothic churches, Baroque chapels and a Roman bridge. While a cllimb up the 365 shallow steps of Calvary Hill, is worth it for the pilgrim chapel at the top and great views across the town. Pollensa plays host to an annual classical music festival which runs throughout the summer. There are also a few hotels dotted around the town and the resorts of Cala San Vicente and Puerto Pollensa are not too far away for some beachside fun. If you're looking for culture, peace and quiet in a beautiful setting, why not choose a holiday in Pollensa this year.

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Jan
14°C
Feb
16°C
Mar
19°C
Apr
20°C
May
23°C
Jun
27°C
Jul
30°C
Aug
30°C
Sep
28°C
Oct
25°C
Nov
18°C
Dec
13°C
Pollensa's hot summers make it a popular choice with UK holidaymakers. The summer season runs from May to October, with the highest temperatures and least rainfall in June, July, August and September. Spring and Autumn are great times to explore the island, with mild temperatures and less crowds. Temperatures dip from November to February, but with five to six hours of sunshine daily, Pollensa still makes a great destination for a winter break.
Things to see & do

There's always plenty to do on holiday in Pollensa! Relax with a coffee in the Plaza Major. Climb to the top of Calvary Hill. Stroll around the galleries in the heart of town. Get out and explore the north of the island on a climbing or hill walking trip. Enjoy the annual classical music festival. Head to the beaches of Cala San Vicente and Puerto Pollensa for some sunshine and waterbased fun. Palma, the island's capital, is only an hour's drive away.

You won't find much in the way of nightlife in Pollensa. A quiet meal and a drink are as far as the nighttime activity goes. You'll catch classical music performances around town in the summer months. Alcudia and Puerto Pollensa are not too far away for a livelier nightlife.

Food & drink

There are a good selection of restaurants to enjoy on a holiday in Pollensa, especially around the Plaza Major. You can dine on traditional Majorcan specialities or enjoy some international cuisine. Sangria, local wines and beers make the perfect accompaniement to you meal.