Best villas to rent and self-catering accommodation in Puerto Pollensa
- Establishment type: Apartment6 guests | 110 m²
- Establishment type: Apartment6 guests | 90 m²
Find the cheapest holiday apartments in Puerto Pollensa with pools
Find holiday apartments in Port de Pollensa and you’ll enjoy a gorgeous holiday in the north of the Majorcan isle. Formerly a fishing village, the large marina makes it a perfect spot for a family holiday and proximity to some of the best beaches and coves on the island. Hundredrooms compares thousands of holiday rentals in Puerto Pollensa for your trip to Majorca and you can enjoy the best of this popular holiday destination in the Balearic Islands. Many favour Port de Pollensa for their holiday as they can be located within a short distance of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, and for this reason the town occupies the perfect position between the crystal clear Mediterranean and mountainous backdrop. If you’re looking to travel to Majorca for cycling or hiking, you will love staying in a self-catering apartment in Port de Pollensa so you can easily reach the most scenic routes in the area. We know that finding holiday accommodation isn’t always particularly easy, and so, we try to make that job easier for you by putting them all in one place, on one screen in a matter of seconds. You might want to find villas to rent in Majorca’s Puerto Pollensa for the family so that you can benefit from the many coves and beaches along the coast of this Balearic Island. Explore the luxury villas for rent along the famous Pine Walk that lines the bay and is home to some of the most beautiful homes in the port, and also some of the most complete water sport attractions on the island. You’re sure to love your trip to this Majorcan town.
Beaches close to Port de Pollensa
Majorca’s crowning glory are its incredible beaches of which cater to all tastes. Whether you’re looking for a small cove with glittering azure water and white sand, or a larger, shallow bay with plenty of leisure activities, we can help you find the perfect beach during your stay in a Puerto Pollensa holiday letting.
- Port de Pollenca Beach: The main beach of the resort which is Blue Flag certified and is overlooked by the Tramuntana mountains.
- Pine Walk: Also known as the Passeig Vora Mar, this is a scenic promenade along the waterfront and a small beach for certain people. The D’Albercuix beach is quiet and popular with many for children and families.
- Cala Molins: This beach has good facilities including sun loungers and is set in a beautiful rocky bay. You can also find places to eat and drink here and everything you might need for a long day at the beach. It forms part of Cala Sant Vicenc and is the most touristic of the three beaches here.
- Cala de Boquer: Behind Puerto Pollensa, you can follow a trail through the mountains to this quiet and rocky beach. It is a nice idea to walk along this path before taking a dip in the sea, and is also popular for trail running.
- Cala Barques: The largest of the inlets around Cala Sant Vicenc. It has plenty of services and a small pier. It is 85 m long and 40m wide and has beautifully clear waters.
- Cala Sant Vicenc: One of the most iconic selection of bays in Mallorca. It comprises four and the Alzineret caves that are prehistoric and date back to the Middle Bronze Age. The Cavall Bernat is the most iconic view of Puerto de Pollensa and is characterised by rocky ridges of the Tramuntana. The crystal clear waters are sure to invite you.
- Platja de Can Cap de Bou: A narrow beach of over 2km with a wonderful view of the Tramuntana and the Bay of Pollensa. It is mainly pebbly, but with some sand. It has clear shallow water that makes it good for paddling but it is close to a main road and therefore less suitable for smaller children. The winds that are whipped up here from the mountains make it a popular spot for wind and kitesurfers.
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When to visit Port de Pollensa
Port de Pollensa enjoys a gorgeous Mediterranean climate for most of the year, which in theory means that you can visit at any point and still have a fantastic time - it depends on what you’d like to get out of your trip to the Majorcan isle. Port de Pollensa is particularly popular among the cycling community and it is widely known that the best times to visit for cycling are during the spring and autumn months. In particular, the best conditions for visiting if you’re looking to cycle is between March and June, and then between September and November. Prices for holiday accommodation are highest during the months of July and August, when, granted the temperature reaches heights of 25 to 29 degrees Celsius, but this is when the beaches and other points of interest are normally at their busiest. If you’re looking for the best time to go swimming, the waters reach 25 degrees Celsius between June and October. While spring is usually wetter, it normally experiences cooler temperatures and sunny days that are perfect for sports such as climbing and hiking.
Formentor and other points of interest
The north of the island has many beautiful points of interest which are a short distance from Puerto Pollensa and your holiday rental. We have compiled some of the best natural wonders in this part of the island:
- Cap de Formentor: This is the northernmost point of Majorca, and reaches approximately 384m above sea level. The drive or climb up to this point is nothing short of spectacular, and has a number of stop offs that are certainly worth seeing during your trip. The view from Finisterre allows you to see Menorca in the east and Alcudia in the closer distance.
- Bóquer Valley: The Bóquer Valley is a protected area and known for its many species of birds, in fact the majority who make this route come with large binoculars to birdwatch. Mirador de Sa Creueta: A popular point along the way to the Formentor Peninsula, this one in particular is located in the Nao end and is a must see if you’re looking to enjoy the sunset. Pine Walk: The long promenade along the front of Port de Pollensa, this is a fine walk along all of the cafes, restaurants and shops and even has a small beach.