With long idyllic beaches, a laid-back marina and a scenic promenade setting, holidays to Puerto Pollensa are the ideal opportunity to experience Majorca in stunning surroundings. Located on the northeastern coast of Majorca, Puerto Pollensa serves up a big slice of relaxed island life. This small tourist friendly town is set in a bay shaped like an oyster, with the dramatic backdrop of the Serra de Tramuntana mountains soaring up from the landscape. Puerto Pollensa offers scenic beaches, charming quaint houses and a pretty cobbled promenade. Puerto Pollensa boasts two great beaches: Pollensa Beach and Albercutx Beach. Pollensa Beach has a kilometre long stretch of golden sands and wide selection of water sports, as well as great beach amenities including sun loungers and parasols. Albercutx Beach has a bustling two kilometre long expanse of sand that’s very family oriented, with plenty of natural shade and shallow, clean waters that are ideal for paddling. The town itself is also strikingly beautiful, with a tree lined walkway that runs along the coast. Opting for Puerto Pollensa for your 2020 holidays puts you within easy reach of a number nearby attractions, such as Cap de Formentor, just a 30-minute bus ride away. Whether you’re looking for the best destination for a romantic couples holiday or are planning the ultimate summer family getaway, Puerto Pollensa is a great choice for an unforgettable Spain holiday.
Your guide to Puerto Pollensa holidays
The main attractions in Puerto Pollensa include the idyllic beaches that line the coast here – neat stretches of soft sands with shallow waters that are perfect for family days at the beach. The beach at Puerto Pollensa is a beautiful Blue Flag awarded beach set in a horseshoe shaped bay with the striking backdrop of the Tramuntana mountains. One of the most scenic settings on Majorca, the beaches here stretch for nearly 1.5 kilometres, so you’ll have plenty of space to set up your sun lounger and parasol.
The main beach at Puerto Pollensa is famously beautiful, with secluded outcrops of rocks and sand that extends all the way up to the mountains. There’s also a picturesque promenade and shaded, leafy areas which are ideal for relaxing with a book or keeping your little ones cool in the sun. With cool, clear waters and soft sands, the beach has won a Blue Flag award for its cleanliness and great facilities. There’s close to 1.5 kilometres of beach and great facilities including sun loungers and parasols to keep you safe in the sun, too. If you’re looking for a more private place to sunbathe, try taking a stroll along the Pine Walk to d’Albercuix beach.