Pollensa, or Pollença in Catalan, is a town in the north of the island which was founded in the 13th century and is located about 3.5 miles from its port and beach. Most of the houses built in this town date back to the 17th and 18th centuries and the narrow streets make it the perfect place to explore if you are interested in finding out about its medieval past.

Have a drink while watching the world go by in one of the outdoor bars or cafes in Plaça Mayor in Pollensa. Climb the 365 steps which lead up to a chapel on top of a hill known as Calvary, which happens to one of the most popular tourist attractions in this town.

If you fancy something more adventurous, why not take a diving trip to discover what is hidden beneath the depths of the sea, as there are many diving centres in this town.

Majorca Travel Guide | Excursions in Majorca

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