On the north of the island, we find the two bays which occupy this part of Mallorca, on one handside you find the bay of Pollensa and Formentor.All Properties from this areaMore
Located northwest of Mallorca, the Pollensa municipality has 16,000 inhabitants and an area of 151 km2. In the town of Pollensa, there is a lot of artistic activity, with its numerous galleries, exhibitions and weekly market. With its improved roads and the new motorway to Sa Pobla, the municipality is only 25 minutes away from Palma. La Vall den March, the valley between Lluc and Pollensa, is one of the most beautiful in the Mediterranean.
The port of Pollensa is famed for its “Pine Walk”, a beautiful promenade along the sea front which enjoys stunning views of the bay, mountains and pretty beach. There are many idyllic coffee bars and the port also has its own marina, rcnpp.es
Cala San Vicente and Formentor, also have their own beauty in with their pines and steep rocks dramatically hanging over the sea. Several illustrious tourists have already been welcomed here, including Winston Churchill, Agatha Christie and Peter Ustinov, and today it continues to be a very peaceful and highly sought after tourist destination.
The Golf Club of Pollensa www.pollensagolf.com enjoys panoramic sea views from its terrace to the bays of Pollensa and Alcudia, and near to the golf club is the historic luxury Hotel Son Brull, www.sonbrull.com/en, which together with the Hotel Formentor, www.barcelo.com/barcelohotels/en, built in 1928 by the Argentine Adan Diehl, are the most representative of the municipality.
On the road to Formentor, at its highest point of 400 meters, there is a viewpoint that offers panoramic views over the north coast, the bays of Pollensa and Alcudia and much of the plain de Mallorca. The Formentor Lighthouse, built on rocks in 1892 marks the northernmost point of Mallorca, also called “meeting the winds”.
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