PollensaPollensa is a charming town and municipality in the northern corner of the island Mallorca near Alcúdia and Cap de Formentor. It is located at the foot of the Tramuntana mountains and it is according to many the perfect Mallorcan town. Pollensa is still a very traditional town, where tourism has blended in well. Pollensa Old Town is well known among tourists, because of the beautiful streets and squares, of which one features the 365-step stairway. These stairs lead up to a chapel on top of a hill called ‘Calvary’. The Roman 19th-century bridge and the 13th-century church ‘Esglèsia de Nostra Senyora dels Àngels’ are well worth a visit. Another great activity which can be undertaken is, of course, spending a day at the calm and clear beaches of Pollensa. However, Pollensa is also a fantastic place for walkers and cyclists, due to the wonderful location in the promontory of the Tramantuna mountains. Nightlife in Pollensa must also be experienced, since there is a great variety of entertainment, cafés and traditional activities. The region offers something for everyone, which makes it a very popular place to rent a villa with private pool in Pollensa! Pollensa can be reached by flying to Palma Airport and from there taking the car to your destination, which is approximately an hour drive.
Charming cottage with pool for 7 guests, located only 3 km from the village of Felanitx. This house invites you to enjoy the tranquility and beauty of a genuine Mallorca, far away from stress and noise! Our guests love the private pool,... read more »
A small house in the quiet residential area of Crestatx. The property is only 2 km from Sa Pobla and 10 km from Pollensa and Alcudia, with its shops, supermarkets, restaurants and bars. The beautiful beaches of Cala San Vicente, Puerto Pollensa and ... read more »
House with private pool in the countryside for 5 people. It is the perfect place for those who look for a quiet vacation.This house with incredible views to the mountains and the southern coast of Mallorca has 3 bedrooms: two with a doub... read more »