Looking to get ahead of the rest when booking your villa holiday for 2019? We meet guests year upon year who are celebrating yet another year holidaying in Mallorca. It's a firm favourite for many families so if you wish to come here and book early for 2019, then take your pick!
Renting a villa has never been so popular, with a relaxed holiday atmosphere you can do what you want, when you want, that's what holidays are all about, right?
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Port de Pollença (or Puerto de Pollensa) is a hugely popular holiday destination for families coming to Mallorca. Originally a small fishing village, the Port has been built around a now much larger harbour than back in the day. With a large stretch of pedestrianised seafront promenade, this is a very family friendly resort, and there is plenty of beaches to go with it. Pollença bay is stunning with its views of the mountains and sheltered, calm waters. On offer are fantastic restaurants and cafes as well as plenty of daytime activities on the beach. For more active people, hiking and biking in the area, this town is also five stars.
The northern foothills of the Sierra de Tramuntana are the backdrop of the historic old town of Pollença, just a few kilometres from the beautiful sandy beaches of the port. Pollensa is a popular destination for painters and artists with a unique charm and personality since the beginning of this Century. The market square with outdoor cafés and elegant restaurants is the focal point of this single village, where the market takes place every Sunday from 8 am - 1 pm. Throughout the year there are various musical events and fiestas, the most famous being the Moors and Christians battle which takes place on 2nd August. The town is an excellent base for walkers, cyclists and bird watchers.
We recommend you climb the 365 steps, one for each day of the year, of the Calvari, from here you have fantastic views of the North of the island and the rooftops of Pollensa. There is a small chapel at the top and a cafe to quench your thirst.