Pollensa enjoys the benefits of the Mediterranean climate, with average annual minimums of 10 degrees.
This is why it’s the ideal tourist spot for all seasons, allowing visitors to marvel at its natural surroundings without enduring extreme weather conditions.
INLAND TOURISM IN POLLENSA, MALLORCA
Pollensa is a captivating Mallorcan town in the north of the island. It is sheltered by the Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the valley of Ternellas. The beautiful Cala Sant Vicenç is just 3 kilometres away, while Puerto de Pollensa lies just 6 kilometres, two of the main tourist attractions in the area. What’s more, the town lies around 60 kilometres from Palma, capital of the island and location of the airport.
The allure of Pollensa is that it perfectly fuses sun-and-sand tourism, mountain activities and architectural heritage. A bird’s-eye view of the area would show that it is dominated by a stunningly azure sea and verdant pine-covered mountains. A feast for your senses.