Welcome to Puerto Pollensa

Pollensa is a municipality of the Balearic Islands, Spain. Located on the island of Mallorca, it is its northernmost territory, having in front the east the town of Ciudadela, on the island of Menorca. The name of Pollensa can lead to confuse this town with the ancient Roman city of Pollentia (hoyAlcudia), which is considered one of the oldest and most historical of the Spanish Mediterranean, because it was an important Phoenician, Carthaginian, Greek seaport, Roman, Muslim and former crown of Aragon.

Pollensa, Puerto Pollensa and Cala San Vicente and Alcudia are of the most beautiful areas in the north of the island.

Calvary or the Roman Bridge, the nineteenth century stand (and named for its resemblance to the Roman bridges), which is on the Torrente de Sant Jordi, the Municipal Museum, the Music Festival and numerous art exhibitions.

Puerto Pollensa retains a long promenade and wide beaches. Cala de San Vicente hosts a series of coves with crystal waters at the foot of Cavall Bernat and the set of prehistoric caves of l’Alzineret.


Puerto de Pollença


Balearic Islands (Spain)

 How to arrive ?

Sin título

Airplane. From the Palma de Mallorca Airport, Aeropuerto de Son Sant Joan.

Sin título Ship. From the Spanish east, Denia or Valencia or Barcelona, mainland cities with connections to the island. Other connections are Majorca -Ibiza ( from Palma) or Mallorca- Menorca ( by Alcudia ).

Sin título Car. By road it can reach Pollensa along the highway Ma -13 that crosses the island from north to south to the town of Sa Pobla to the end of the highway detour at the roundabout towards the town of Pollença.

Sin título Bus.  Buses leave from Central Station in Palma (Plaza España) to Pollensa.