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Accommodation in Puerto Pollensa

The peaceful town of Puerto Pollensa offers all kinds of accommodation including apartments, villas and all-inclusive hotels. If you are on your family holiday, then an all-inclusive package in a 4-star hotel in Puerto Pollensa is the best deal for you. You can find one easily online and choose between beachfront hotels in Puerto Pollensa and the ones little inland in the town centre. The solo travellers can find a studio on the beach as well as in the town centre. Most of the hotels in Puerto Pollensa have a spa onsite apart from bar, restaurant and swimming pool. Carrer de Formentor and the Pine Walk are thriving with accommodation in Puerto Pollensa. As a major resort of Mallorca, Puerto Pollensa accommodation are diverse and suitable for all taste and budget. Whether you are a young traveller looking for lively nightlife or veterans looking for peaceful holidays, there is accommodation in Puerto Pollensa for all.

Puerto Pollensa Overview

Puerto Pollensa is a port town located on the north of the Mallorca islands embracing the Bay of Pollenca. The inland old Pollensa town is on the left and on the right is the Balearic Sea. The beach resort town welcomes you with its laid back and friendly atmosphere, serene vibe and golden sand beaches. The resort has bright and dry summers from April to November which is practically the best time to visit as rest of the months have mild winters and stormy weather. Pine walk, Boquer, Central, Siller, Pinaret, Llenaire and Gotmar are the main areas of the town.

Where to Stay on your Puerto Pollensa Holiday

If you are looking for a home away from home experience on your Puerto Pollensa holiday, then renting an apartment is the best. You will find plenty of apartments in Puerto Pollensa spread along the entire resort and varying from budget apartments to luxury villas. These apartments are suited for couples looking for a private accommodation in Puerto Pollensa or a group of friends looking for independent stays. You can also book a spa holiday and enjoy exclusive massages and therapies at discounted prices.

Duva, Hoposa Uyal, Galeon suites, Puerto Azul, Aparthotel Club del Sol, are some of the popular hotels in Puerto Pollensa known for a memorable guest experience. These luxury Puerto Pollensa hotels are ideal whether you are visiting with family or friends or solo. If you are on a budget, you can easily book cheap accommodation in Puerto Pollensa. There are a large number of cheap hotels and apartments in Puerto Pollensa with fully equipped kitchenette. These self catering Puerto Pollensa apartments range from studios to luxury 4 bedroom villas.

Things to See and Do in Puerto Pollensa

The resort town of Puerto Pollensa offers a comparatively tranquil beach holiday and thus ideal for those who are looking for a more relaxing getaway. You can take a walk along the Pine Walk and check out the small local stores, weekly market or chill at one of the bars here. You can also go for an organized tour of the resort or take day-trips and excursions to the nearby islands. The bay of Pollensa is ideal for all kinds of water sports including snorkelling, diving, surfing, etc. If you are looking for little laid back fun on your Puerto Pollensa holiday, then you can go sailing on one of the yachts. The beach resort is also ideal for cycling and walking.

Nightlife in Puerto Pollensa

The MainSquare in Puerto Pollensa is full of bars and nightclubs that are full after 10 pm when the young crowd starts their party. Chivas and Lohans are the only two nightclubs in the whole of Puerto Pollensa. These nightclubs open late and stay open till morning with awesome music and dancing. You can also find some bars at the Pinewalk. Also some hotels in Puerto Pollensa have a bar onsite that is open till late and organizes evening entertainment, theme nights and DJ nights or live entertainment nights in peak season. If you are looking for a place to hang out on the beach then Sea bar, Mombasas café, Imperial bar and Tapas, are the best bars while Mulligans, Norai Pintxos, Marina Braissrie and cocktails, are traditional Irish pubs.

Food options in Puerto Pollensa

Balearic cuisine dominates the cuisine of Mallorca which is rich in vegetables, cereal, legumes, and low in fat. Ensaimades, seafood and vegetable stews, sobrassada, caldereta, coques, tombet, Maó cheese and wines are some of the must try traditional Balearic dishes that are worth a try on your Puerto Pollensa holiday. You will also find international cuisine restaurants too like Italian, Indian, British, Mediterranean, etc. Most of the hotels in Puerto Pollensa have a restaurant onsite where you can try the local cuisine while there are many others scattered around the marina area. Stay, Zarzales, Al Fresco Deli, La Cabana, Osteria N 15, El Posito, Bar Coral, etc. are some of the best restaurants based on food and ambience and experience.

Shopping in Puerto Pollensa

Shopping in Puerto Pollensa is a low-key affair. You will find the pedestrian promenade and Formentor Road, lined with stores selling gifts, clothing, souvenirs, perfumes, etc. You can also find surf and sports stores for buying or renting scuba diving equipment, cycle, etc. The local weekly market held every Wednesday in Puerto Pollensa is good for buying delicious fresh, local produce such as cheeses, fruit, meats, vegetables, flowers and even household goods and essentials. The Eroski supermarket and other smaller local shops are ideal for buying convenience goods for a comfortable stay. There are many apartments in Puerto Pollensa located close to supermarkets for easy shopping.

What you need to know about Puerto Pollensa

Before you book your Puerto Pollensa holiday, it might interest you to know that famous painters such as the Argentinian Atilio Boveri and Hermenegildo Anglada Camarasa lived in Puerto Pollebsa. Agatha Christie also visited in 20th century and stayed at a hotel in the Pine Walk area, which she describes in her book Problem at Pollensa Bay and Other Stories.

Fast Facts about Puerto Pollensa

  • Currency: Euro
  • Language: Catalan and Spanish
  • Nearest Airport: Palma airport
  • Flight time from Dublin to Puerto Pollensa: 2 hours 35 minutes
  • Transfer time from airport to Puerto Pollensa: 52 minutes
  • Time difference between Dublin and Puerto Pollensa: Puerto Pollensa is 1 hour ahead of Dublin

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10/10 Amazing

05 July 2012

love it!!

this was our 7th time to puerto pollensa and think we'll be back next year the restaurants are fantasic, can recommend Trio, Nico's, Tiberi and Coral wholeheartedly the beach is beautiful and safe for kids and the boat trips from the harbour are well worth the cost maybe not much for singles but cant think why they wouldnt head to magaluff anyway gorgeous walks along the pine walk and the sea front at night

The best thing about my stay was ...

can't decide.....

10/10 Amazing

29 September 2010

Fantastico!

Puerto Pollensa is fabulous! in spite of some rainy days and the unfortunate general strike, which meant we flew back hand baggage only! Beach is lovely and clean and sea is clear. Fish swim round you and feed out of your hand if you take bread. Lots of places to eat to suit all tastes and frequent buses. Lots of english people! Only spanish people seem to be the ones who work in the surrounding shops, hotels etc. Try a trip with No frills excursions- found along the road towards the centre. Marineland fabulous! Wish could have gone on more trips and stayed longer! In spite of all the problems we had with strike etc I can't wait to go back next year..but breakfast only. Prefer to eat out in the evening and not be tied to time. Also would like to go early in year..say MAY or JUNE as nights dark by 8pm.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Everything! My first time there and loved it..can't help the weather!

10/10 Amazing

22 September 2011

Beautiful Puerto Pollensa

This is a beautiful resort. Great for couples with young families or more mature people. Easy to walk around-no hills. The Pine Walk is a lovely walk along the promenade with an amazing choice of restaurants. My sister and I found a little gem of a restaurant called Pepe's - opposite the Flora Apts. Had lovely meal including wine for less than 15Euros! Lovely beach with sunbeds and umbrellas for hire. Everyone I spoke to remarked on how safe they felt when walking around.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Great choice of restaurants, great beach and a lovely ambience about the whole place.

10/10 Amazing

09 July 2013

A beautiful place

A lovely quiet resort with beautiful clean beaches, good choice of bars and restaurants. One to go back to time after time

The best thing about my stay was ...

The beach

10/10 Amazing

21 October 2010

Tranquil

Unspoilt and tranquil resort,beaches out of this world and spotlessly clean.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Peace and tranquillity

10/10 Amazing

20 November 2011

puerto pollensa

beautiful and quiet

10/10 Amazing

17 June 2013

Relaxing

Have been to Port Pollensa many times, espaecilly for cycling.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Quiet and relaxing.

10/10 Amazing

18 August 2011

Beautiful

We have been here twice in the last ten years ,its an excellent peaceful beautiful freindly resort with stunning beaches .

The best thing about my stay was ...

Beach and the peace and quite

10/10 Amazing

04 September 2010

Quiet, upmarket and very pretty.

Beautiful clean beach and safe bathing. Lots of restaurants in the town. Relaxed atmosphere - felt safe. Unspoilt.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Very relaxing atmosphere.

10/10 Amazing

25 July 2011

Happy days in Puerto Pollenca

Lovely, lively enough, beautiful beach, nice selection of bars and restaurants.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Everything!!!!

10/10 Amazing

28 August 2010

Great

Puerto Pollensa is a fantastic place for people of all ages. There is lots to do on the beach such as watersports, pedaloes, fishing on the jetty, boat trips or simply lazing on the sand. The beach is ideal for families as the water is shallow and calm and has lifeguards on duty. There is a great bus/taxi service which can take you further afeild if you wish but everything you need is in Puerto Pollensa. The range of restaurants is fantasic with our favourites being: Stay, La Llonja, Maxim, Lal'Mirant, The Miramar. There is a market in the square twice per week with many interesting things to see and buy. The beach front has many shops, bars and restaurants to cater for all needs. For all boat enthusiasts or anyone with an interest, the port has hundreds of boats to look at or ride in. Elvis is also a must-see!

10/10 Amazing

10 August 2011

Puerto Pollenca

Fabulous! Although it was August, and a lot of tourists, it never felt too overcrowded. No problems with louts. A very easy place to visit and right on the beach. Everything clean. And, everybody friendly and speak English! Shameful that the English do not speak languages. Lovely boats trips available. The island is beautiful and worth exploring.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Being there!

10/10 Amazing

24 November 2010

off season=good season

Did not have any expectations during winter time and low season just peace and calm vacation time. Weather turned to be excellent for jogging and sightseeing!

The best thing about my stay was ...

sea views, weather

10/10 Amazing

18 July 2011

July in Puerto Polensa

This resort is very familty oriented but at the same time is very quiet. This is our 3rd visit and we would certainly return.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Quietness and shopping

10/10 Amazing

22 April 2011

Select and scenic

As Llandudno is to Wales Puerto Pollensa is to Mallorca.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Restful place.

10/10 Amazing

28 June 2012

Wonderful holiday resort

Ideal holiday destination. Ideal walking. Many bars and restaurants. The local people are really friendly.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Friendly

10/10 Amazing

31 August 2013

Pretty, spanish, not too busy, safe and family friendly

Clean, beautiful beach front. Small town, lots of restaurant choice. Availability of tours/trips if you want them. Lots of boat trips from resort. Good local shops. Not too built up - yet!

The best thing about my stay was ...

not too busy, family friendly, beautiful beach front.

10/10 Amazing

05 October 2012

Not too noisy, good restaurants, great views

I recommend a walk through the Boquer Valley and a drive out along the Fermentor Peninsula. The place is so full of British tourists, you could almost think that you were home - but for the weather and the scenery.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The little parks and the Boquer Valley

10/10 Amazing

26 June 2011

In a lovely setting with the bay and mountains

Easy cheap bus service to Formentor,Pollensa Old town,Alcudia and Alcudia old town. Great Market in Puerto Pollensa on wednesday and Pollensa on a sunday. Lots of restaurants and bars,something for everyone. the beach is lovely and shallow .lots of shopping but also a good bus service to Palma.Although it has grown a bit over the years it has not lost its authentic Majorcan village feel.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Lovely and clean.

10/10 Amazing

11 June 2012

What a beautiful place!

Clean beaches; clear water with every shade of blue. Friendly people. Tasty food in a large range of restaurants. Easy to cycle and explore nearby coves and bays, as well as olive groves and cool pine woods. Good for bird-watching up on the rocky hillsides. Perfect for families with small children as there are no tides or waves and the water is shallow to a long way out.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The beaches by the Pine Walk.