What makes a trip to Port de Pollensa so special? It’s simple really - Port de Pollensa is one of few coastal resorts in Majorca that haven’t been tarnished by mass tourism. Boasting the most beautiful beaches, exquisite amenities and a wonderful local culture all of its own, it’s often argued that a holiday in Port de Pollensa is a holiday in the real Majorca. Quite simply, you won’t find a better spot to soak up the very best of island living. Home to two incredible beaches, it’s a tale of wall-to-wall sun, sea and sand throughout most of the year. The pretty promenade paints a picture of idyllic coastal living, while the towering Serra de Tramuntana mountains create the perfect backdrop for this stunning Spanish region. The town of Pollensa itself can be found just a few kilometres to the south, which likewise has a wonderfully undiscovered air about it. In many ways, the Pollensa region could not feel further removed from the typical Majorcan tourist resort you may be used to.
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Along with a chic marina, classical cobbled promenade and endless amenities, Port de Pollensa is also home to two of the island’s most exquisite beaches. There’s the kilometre-long Pollansa Beach, located just south of the marina and home to all the watersports you could ever wish for. As for Albercutx Beach, its warm and shallow waters with plenty of natural shade make this stretch of golden sands a firm favourite for families. Head away from the beach to discover the delights of the town, which is no less than stunning in its own right. The action centres around the main square, Plaza Miguel Capllonch, where at all hours of day and night the atmosphere is nothing short of electric. A trip to nearby Pollensa is also a must when visiting the region.
One of the best places to head to eat on a trip to Port de Pollensa is Pine Walk. This idyllic, tree-fringed walkway lies just behind the beach and hugs the coastline, proving the perfect spot for some of the finest seafood restaurants on the island. A little further inland, the main square is bursting with incredible dining and general relaxation opportunities, which really come into their own at night. Be it Italian, contemporary Mediterranean or classic Spanish tapas, you won’t have to look far to find something to satisfy.
Spain has an extremely robust and high-quality education system in general, which is the same in Majorca as it is on the mainland. It’s a three-tier system in accordance with age groups -3 to 6, 6 to 12 and finally 12 – 16/18. It is usually possible to find excellent schooling opportunities for foreign language speaking children too, catering to Majorca’s sizeable expat population.
Visitors to Majorca who are in possession of a European Medical Card will qualify for standard, state-backed emergency healthcare during their trip. However, the private healthcare system in Majorca is extremely impressive in size and quality standards, so it’s worth considering going private if planning an extended trip. The Port de Pollensa area is home to dozens of doctors, hospitals, dentists, pharmacies and so on.
While evidence exists of colonies residing in and around Port de Pollensa since around 2000BC, it wasn’t until the 20thcentury AD that it began to build a name for itself as an idyllic and historic destination for travellers.