Luxury Villas to Rent in Pollensa

An enchanting Mallorcan town packed with ancient blonde stone architecture, winding lanes, sunny squares lined with tapas restaurants, galleries and cafes.

Why to choose Pollensa?

In the northern part of Mallorca, tucked between two hills, lies a picturesque spot – the ancient rural town of Pollensa.

Although the majority of the buildings in Pollensa were built in the 17th and 18th centuries, this is a town rich in history dating back to mediaeval times. 

Enjoy Roman Bridge – one of the oldest historical landmarks in the town, or wander around the local market on Sunday morning when Plaça Major is filled with market stalls and the locals congregate after church to relax in the cafes. Whatever you decide to do, Pollenca has much to offer to all tastes.


Renting a holiday villa in Pollensa provides a true Mallorcan experience allowing guests to immerse themselves in the town’s enchanting atmosphere. However it is also worth exploring a little more to discover the gems in the surrounding area.

From its numerous narrow streets to its vibrant cultural scene, Pollensa presents unspoiled beaches, lush countryside, cycling routes and gourmet dining options for travellers seeking relaxation and authenticity.

Restaurants to try in Pollensa

Pollensa boasts a rich culinary scene, with local restaurants celebrating the region’s flavours. Menus showcase seasonal ingredients sourced from nearby markets and artisanal producers.

Our restaurant selection:

365 Restaurant is committed to sustainability and showcases ingredients sourced from their own farm. Set in the amazing Son Brull hotel, 365 Restaurant has gained popularity for its innovative and creative cuisine.

Finca 49 a centuries-old farmhouse just outside town, the restaurant surrounded by beautiful gardens with outdoor seating options and a private swimming pool.

Bar Nou invites guests to immerse in Mallorcan flavours and rustic space, serving up delicious tapas and homestyle plates that pair perfectly with their wine list.

Top beaches near Pollensa

Explore the stunning beaches and hidden calas around Pollensa, where crystal-clear waters meet golden sands. From the family-friendly shores of Cala Sant Vicenç to the secluded beauty of Cala Murta and Cala Figuera, each spot offers a unique slice of paradise. Dive into the turquoise waters, bask in the Mediterranean sun, and discover the beauty of Pollensa’s coastline.

Platja de Can Cap de Bou is a long, sandy beach that has everything you could need, with loungers and shade for rent, as well as lifeguards, first aid points, and a delightfully warm, sandy-bottomed sea. The sea is calm, so it’s one of the best beaches in Pollensa to swim with kids.

If you prefer more tranquil afternoons feeling like a local then Platja d’Albercutx it is. A small sand-and-stone stretch of beach just 5 minutes drive from Port de Pollensa.

Platja Formentor is the narrow, golden-sand crescent backed by trees, lending welcome shade in the summer, and the main stretch is taken up with loungers and umbrellas. Clear and beautiful aquamarine sea, so don’t forget to bring your snorkel or goggles.

Things you can’t miss while in Pollensa:

  • Walk up 365 Calvari steps.
  • Enjoy the long seafront promenade in Puerto Pollensa which seems to extend forever along the bay. 
  • Watch the sunset from the viewpoints of Formentor lighthouse or the Colomer.
  • Wander through the vibrant Sunday market and explore the historic streets of Pollensa.
  • Take a day trip to Formentor Beach: You can either brave the winding mountain road or jump on a ferry from the Puerto Pollensa pier to take you directly to the beach.
  • Hike a local hiking path called the Boquer Valley walk and take another gentle hike which goes over the Coll de Síller to the twin coves of Cala Sant Vicenç.

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