- 7 nights
- Bed and Breakfast
- Return flights from London Gatwick
Puerto Pollensa Holidays
Puerto Pollensa Holidays
Why Holiday in Puerto Pollensa?
Aside from sensational hotels, this charming coastal resort was once an old fishing village in a past life and you can rediscover Puerto Pollensa's traditional roots at the marina, which is now home to impressive yachts, elegant seafood eateries and open-air cafes. That’s not to mention the beaches, which are by far one of the most popular attractions in this pretty resort, where you’ll find laid-back island life at its finest.
Beaches in Puerto Pollensa
If you’re more of the adventurous type, then you’ll fall in love with Cala Boquer Bay. Reach this scenic and secluded beach with a walk along the sandy trail that twists around the rocky surroundings, where you might even pot some of the local wildlife along your way. Tread down the steps to Puerto Pollensa’s best kept secret and find yourself in a seafront paradise, this stunning little cove is simply mesmerising.
Food and Drink in Puerto Pollensa
Immerse yourself in the mouther-watering cuisine of Majorca during your stay with a taste of one of the nations well-loved eats. Lunch like a local by ordering yourself a fideuà , this dish takes a twist on the classic paella, swapping out rice for juicy noodles that soak up all the tasty flavours of the fresh fish that this delicious meal is based upon. It’s perfect for sharing, so take a break from the sands with your favourite people for a true Spanish feast (and be sure to order some sangria too)! Don’t worry dessert lovers, we haven’t forgotten about you. Luckily, the Majorcan’s are fond of their sweet treats too, so end your meal the traditional way with a slice of turron . This delicious dessert is handmade with the islands very own almonds – so you couldn’t get closer to the local delicacies even if you tried.
Take your pick from a frenzy of local eateries dotted along the well-kept promenade, from fancy fine-dining in elegant settings to authentic Spanish eats in taverna-style venues and chilled-out beach bars playing laid back tunes – whatever your wine and dining style, Puerto Pollensa’s bustling promenade is bound to please.
Visiting Puerto Pollensa
Talking of town centres, we’d also recommend heading over to Plaza Miquel Capllonch, a cobbled square in the centre of town with a collection of local bars and restaurants. The bustling open-air market is held here every Wednesday, so it’s especially lively then, with a warm atmosphere and plenty of colourful stalls to take a wander through.
Useful Info for Visiting Puerto Pollensa
Spanish is the language used by locals on the island, so if you want to grab a beer from the bar you can ask for una cerveza por favour . If you like it hot, then June through till August are a great time to visit, where you’ll see soaring temperatures from 28-32°C. For more mild temperatures and quieter beaches visit in May, September and October where temperatures range from 24-28°C.
Resorts in Majorca
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