Port de Pollença is a small town in northern Majorca, Spain, situated on the Bay of Pollença. It is located about 6 km east of the inland town of Pollença and two kilometres southeast of Cala Sant Vicenç. The Cap de Formentor is connected to Port de Pollença via a 13.5 km road.
The long beach at Port de Pollenca is one of the main attractions, the other tourist hubs are the village square by the main church and the Pine Walk.
The Pine Walk is a seafront path named for the large number of pine trees that line the route. It follows the edge of the town from the military airport in the east down into the town centre. It affords panoramic views across the bay and is especially beautiful at sunset - don't forget your camera!
It is paved with cobblestones so good walking shoes are recommended.
Along the route are numerous beaches that vary in size. Because the sea is not tidal here there is little variation in the sea level and amount of sand making them a good place to visit at any time of day. The beaches gradually increase in size as you get closer to the town and there are sunloungers and umbrellas that can be hired.
Restaurant Los Faroles, Passeig Saralegui 46 (on sea wall in front of the harbour), ☎ +34 971 866 863. Very good fresh fish. Maybe not as fancy as other addresses but excellent food. Attracts the local people, which is a good reference. Two-courses meal with wine about €30.
Italian restaurant Little Italy, Passeig Vora Mar, 57, 07470 Port de Pollença, Illes Balears, Spain (Along the Pine Walk), ☎ +34 971 86 67 49. 12:00-22:00. A small but popular Italian restaurant.