Port dīPollenca


Port dīPollenca has much more atmosphere then neighbouring Port dīAlcudia. In this small town there are not too many ugly concrete buildings; Port dīPollenca has a chic centre. Germans and the British are the two big tourist groups here.

Port dī Pollenca attracts families and upper middle class holiday makers. There are more classy restaurants and hotels here than anywhere else in Eastern Mallorca. The mountains are very near - Port dīPollenca is also popular with tourists who have their mountain bikes or hiking boots with them. Prices in Port d’Pollenca are a bit higher than in other places. The amount of fincas and villas shows the prosperity of many people living in Port dīPollenca. There is also a large and famous marina. Many surfers and other water sport fans come to Port dīPollenca. The beach is good, but overfilled in summer.


Buses to Port dīPollenca

The connections to other resorts nearby are great. Line #352 connects Port dīPollenca with Port dīAlcudia, Caīn Picafort and the towns Pollenca and Alcudia a bit up in the mountains. The bus runs several times an hour in summer. In winter the buses downsize to about about once an hour. 

To Palma de Mallorca: Port dīPollenca has the best long distance bus connections at the East Coast. Depending on the season you can get at least once an hour for up €5 to the capital on the other side of the island.

Other buses: 1 or 2 buses a day to Monastery Lluc in summer only in the mountains. This bus goes on to Soller. There are also some buses a day to the train station in Sa Pobla.

 

Pollenca: A town famous for its artists and intellectuals. With 15,000 people living here, it is one of the bigger towns on Mallorca. Handicraft - expecially weaving - are popular here. A lot of musicians and painters live in Pollenca. The shoes and cloth of Pollenca are famous in Spain. The old centre is worth going to see. There is a lovely market each Sunday morning at Pollenca market., where food and the local handicrafts can be bought cheaply.
 

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