The calvary stairs is perhaps the biggest landmark of Pollença and a must see attraction in this area
The 365 steps stony stairway carved into the slope of the mountain, can be quite the struggle to climb. But I assure you it wil be worth the while! On top, you will enjoy the breathtaking panoramic views overlooking Pollença and Formentor. On a clear day, you can enjoy the sight of Menorca from the view´point.
On Good Friday, the calvary stairs are scene of a moving torchlight parade, where the last days of Jesus Christ, is being acted in a play.
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Pollença belongs to the most charming and at the same time, vibrant towns in the Tramuntana range. The area is home to a great diversity of species, breathtaking natural areas, vantage points and historical landmarks and points of interest, all waiting to be discovered by you. Pollença is also home to a wide variety of restaurants and bars, creating a vibrant ambience in the rustic narrow streets of the old town. As a travel destination, Pollença is suited for most people, however, if you are traveling with children, the beach area of Port de Pollença is a far better choice.