Son Brull Hotel and Spa offers 1 swimming pool, outdoor heated one. The second one is now a spa water circuit. The hotel offers also a tennis court and free bicycle rental. It is a beautiful, historic building with a peaceful rural setting in northern Mallorca. The hotel is set just 8 km from the beach and 5 minutes’ drive from Pollença. The hotel was built as a monastery in the 17th century. It combines modern style with original features.
Located in Pollença’s historic main square, this charming small hotel features a rooftop terrace with a hot tub and views of Sierra de Tramuntana. Opened in 1907, this family-run hotel matches its timeless surroundings, with its antique-style furniture, wooden beams and a peaceful lounge. Hotel Juma’s restaurant boasts a terrace situated on Pollença’s Plaça Major main square. The property also offers bike storage, laundry services, and car rental.
Set in the heart of Pollença, L´Hostal- Hotel D´Interior this charming accommodation offer a furnished patio and rustic décor. Free WiFi is available throughout. Each room has unique décor, air conditioning and heating. All rooms also come with satellite TV and a full bathroom with a hairdryer and free toiletries. Featuring exposed wooden beams there is a lounge and a bar where guests can relax.
Agroturismo Vall de Pollensa is located in Mallorca’s Sa Vall den March, 5 km from Pollença. This charming rustic hotel offers an outdoor pool and free Wi-Fi. Air-conditioned rooms feature wooden beams and tiled floors. There is a work desk and satellite TV. The private bathroom comes with a hairdryer. A buffet breakfast is included in the room rate and the hotel has barbecue facilities. The restaurant offers à la carte dining.
Pollença offers more than 100 accommodation options for you to choose from. Maybe renting a small town house in the hilly streets with views over the mountains, maybe a boutique luxury hotel, or a maybe a modern pool resort? Everything is possible in Pollença!
Pollença also offers the opportunity to stay in a so called ecotourism, a producing estate.
Note, that Pollença old town is generally not a place for smaller children, and the hotels up here are not geared for such either. If you are traveling with children or infants, you want to look for Port de Pollença at the coast.
Car hire in Pollenca
Things to see around Pollença
Pollensa itself, is home to at least a handful of sights that you should have a look at, before start browsing tourist brochures and this website.
The Calvary steps, located in the northwestern end of the town, is a must. If your legs allow it, do see if you can climb the 413 steps up this hill, till you reach the chapel and the platform giving you panoramic views all over the coastline and even to Menorca.
If local culture is interesting to you, Pollensa offers a few museums, displaying works and life of famous and influential artists from Pollensa.
For hikers, Pollensa can also offer the old mountain fortress Castell del Rei (The King’s Castle), which is an amazing ruin to explore.
In the nearby town of Alcudia, you will find the remains of the very first capital of Mallorca, Pollen-tia. In Alcúdia, notice the massive town walls and the gates standing back from the 14. century when the king wanted to protect this important trading port from pirates.
Basically, there’s nothing you can’t do in Pollença! The area is situated, as a gate between the clear coastline and the dramatic mountain range, which leaves you with a natural playground of hilly terrain, water and good roads.
Pollença is home to a golf course, some tennis and squash courses, fitness centers, and a bunch of other facilities available.
Moreover, Pollença is known for attracting an active audience, hence the many arrangers of tours, diving centers, cycle clubs etc.
Guided tour in Tramuntana with tram ride
Enjoy a ride on the historic railway from Palma to Sóller and ride the historic tram to Port de Sóller. Traverse the beautiful Tramuntana Mountains and discover the incredible places of Deía and Valldemossa.
Explore the scenic north coast of Mallorca by catamaran on a 5-hour cruise from Port d’Alcudia. Pass picturesque bays and stop at secluded coves, where you can enjoy activities, such as snorkeling and kayaking, and enjoy a delicious lunch with drinks.
The weekly marketplace in Pollença is held on Sundays in the main square by the big parish church. The atmosphere here is so vibrant with the many stalls and the cafes around the square, it creates a unique atmosphere of life.
Pollença old town, offers true rustic atmosphere that runs on every singe corner.
Pollença is situated about 3 miles inside the island, from the more well-known holiday destination, Port de Pollença, loved by many summer holidaymakers.
Pollença old town, is an excellent choice of holiday base, if you appreciate good food, local culture and direct access to the mountains.
Pollença has a lot of restaurants, bars and small cafeterias, located around in the narrow streets. All of these with an inspiring menu card, especially those located around the center of the town. Sitting in one of the restaurants on a warm spring day, eating tapas and doing some people watching on the main square, is like therapy to me.
There’s a good collection of restaurants on the Plaça Major, where the church is. This is naturally where most tourists go for meals or snacks, but if you are here for more than a short break, do try to browse the streets of Pollença, I promise you that you will find something attractive!
Pollença is located approximately 7 km behind the popular holiday destination Port de Pollença.