From our hotels in Puerto Pollensa, we want to answer your most frequently asked questions about this destination. This is all you need to know.
Puerto Pollensa: Discover all it has to offer you
How to get to Puerto Pollensa?
Once on the motorway, continue until the end of the motorway and take the Pollensa exit. Continue straight on along the road towards the town and when you reach Pollensa, follow the signs for Puerto Pollensa.
If you are travelling by public transport, take the A1 bus from Palma Intermodal Station and from there take the 301 bus to Puerto Pollensa. You will arrive at your destination in about 55 minutes.
Puerto Pollensa: What to see?
Another place we recommend you visit is the pleasant Pine Walk, also known as Paseo Vora Mar, near the seafront promenade. Along this route, which can be done by bike or skating, you will be able to see the old summer houses that contrast with the current cosmopolitan atmosphere that characterises the place.
What to do in Puerto Pollensa?
Is there a market in Puerto Pollensa?
If you want to know more about everything there is to do in Puerto Pollensa visit our blog.
How to get from Puerto Pollensa to Palma?
How to get from Puerto Pollensa to Alcudia?
The 334 line to Formentor is limited by seasonal timetables, you can check all the news on our blog.
Is there a transfer service from Pollensa to Palma?
Where can I catch or order a taxi in Puerto Pollensa?
- At the roundabout on Ecònom Torres street, opposite the entrance to the Club Náutico del Puerto Pollensa.
- On Paseo Londres, opposite the La Talaia beach bar.
You can also book online or by phone, all the information on the website.
How to get to Formentor from Puerto Pollensa?
Does Puerto Pollensa have an old town?
What other places can I visit from Puerto Pollensa?
Another of the most common places to visit from Puerto Pollensa is Formentor, one of the most spectacular spots in the Serra de Tramuntana. Among the marvellous hidden corners of Formentor are the Mirador des Colomer, the Talaia d'Albercutx and the Cabo de Formentor, an ideal place to watch the afternoon go by and enjoy the sunset with incredible views.
In any case, Puerto Pollensa is an exceptional destination for exploring the entire northern area of Mallorca.