If you are planning a holiday in Puerto Pollensa, Mallorca, the following information may help by giving you an overview on the resort.
Puerto Pollensa is a genteel, old-fashioned resort at the mouth of Pollensa bay and is particularly popular with families, and with older visitors in winter. The promenade along Passeig Voramar, with all whitewashed villas and pine trees leaning into the sea, is perfect for an early evening stroll. Look out for the bust of Hermen Anglada-Camarasa, the Catalan painter who spent many years in Pollensa, and whose work is displayed in the Fundacio la Caixa in Palma.
A favourite walk from Puerto Pollensa is the 3km hike across to the Formentor peninsula through the Boquer valley, a paradise for ornithologists and lovers of wild flowers.
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