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If you're looking for a relaxing beach getaway in the balmy Balearics, Puerto Pollensa holidays are a brilliant spring, summer or autumn escape. This Majorcan resort has a horseshoe-shaped bay with warm waters, great golden beaches and a long marina dotted with numerous cafés, tavernas and shops. Holidays in Puerto Pollensa are perfect if you're planning lazy afternoons spent on the beach, followed by fun-loving evenings filled with great food and a bustling nightlife. The island of Majorca is easily explored on day trips or by hire car and there are numerous coves, waterparks and sights to enjoy. Puerto Pollensa marina is framed by the Tramuntana mountains, making it an ideal venue for watersports and boat trips. In the evenings, stroll around the picturesque town, complete with a buzzing main square, superb seafood restaurants and plenty of shops to potter around. Nearby Alcudia is also a hotspot where you'll find more restaurants and entertainment. One of the biggest drawers for holidaymakers heading to Majorca is the sheer range of hotels you can choose from; family friendly complexes with 14 pools, boutique hotels with sea views and fabulous spas, all inclusives where you can relax without a worry, and characterful, traditional Spanish resorts. Almost every hotel in Pollensa has sea views and with so many beaches to choose from you are never far from golden sands. 

Explore Puerto Pollensa beaches

The main Blue Flag beach on the resort has a backdrop of the Tramuntana mountains and a long marina flanked by pine trees - making it a pretty, scenic place to catch some rays. Cala Boquer and smaller D'Albercuix beaches offer soft sands while El Calo is a natural gravel beach. Or head to secluded Formentor beach via boat or bus for a relaxing afternoon on the sand. The weather is warm and sunny from March into late October and even in winter you can find clear days and sunny skies. Majorca is a perfect shoulder season destination, and with a cracking range of hotels to choose from you can always find a great deal.

Sail On A Majorcan Llaüt

Hop on a speed boat or catamaran excursion from Puerto Pollensa if you wish to explore the little known coves and islands nearby. Some of these trips will also drop you off at snorkeling sites, where the clear warm waters of the Mediterranean offer an excellent view of the beautiful underwater ocean life. Or if you fancy a taste of tradition, sail on a llaüt, a small boat used by the Mallorcan fishermen.

Sample the Local Cuisine

There are a host of restaurants in Puerto Pollensa serving delicious Majorcan cuisine and fusion food that you have to taste to believe. La Lonja is a favourite for its terrace that overlooks the marina and the superb seafood it serves. Tiberi, located near the main square, dishes up delicious savoury pancakes and stir fries while Nico’s is known for pocket-friendly Tex-Mex cuisine. The Argentine Grill, on way to old Pollenca, is a great place for steaks.

Excursions to Cap de Formentor

Located on the northernmost tip of Puerto Pollensa, Cap de Formentor is a peninsula that offers amazing vistas of the sea, rugged terrain and high cliffs. The stunning landscape is one of its kind in Majorca, so it's certainly worth a visit. Climb to the viewing point or the watchtower and you'll be rewarded by the breath-taking scenery. Formentor has fine beaches too, so spend the day on the sand or hike to the hidden beach of Cala Figuera.

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Something for everyone from summer playgrounds of golden sands to peaceful relaxation in the pine-fringed calas of the east coast.

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