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The weather in Puerto Pollensa
The above is a climate diagram for Port de Pollença. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Puerto Pollensa, with temperatures going under 4°. The wettest month is November with 13 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 2 rainy days in July, which is the driest month.
Hidden holiday homes in Mallorca's beautiful Puerto Pollensa
You'll love the white sandy beaches of Puerto Pollensa, Spain, which are just about as relaxing as it gets. This beachy paradise features bright, white-walled villas ideal for families, with innumerable watersports on offer, as well as volleyball matches on the sand, but it's also great for couples or independent travellers, with cosy beachfront apartments, secluded beaches and buzzing nightlife.
Puerto Pollensa is a foodie's paradise
It's all about seafood. Most of the beachside restaurants cook up fresh fish caught that day, in styles influenced by but not limited to the flavours of mainland Spain. You'll find tapas and other Spanish favourites in the Placa Major, but island chefs follow a strong tradition that has passed down through the generations. Don't forget to check out the pastry shops in Mallorca's capital Palma.
Travelling around the island of Mallorca
This relaxed resort town is a perfect Mallorcan base for discovering the variety of natural and cultural attractions that the island boasts. Try taking a day trip into the stunning Tramuntana mountains and their beautiful villages. Drive to one of the many sequestered beaches on the island, or check out the fantastic (and naturally, surreal) Salvador Dali Museum.
Puerto Pollensa and its highlights
Playa de Formentor
This stunning beach is one of the premium strips of golden sand on Mallorca's idyllic coast, featuring incredible views of spellbinding natural landscapes. Along the beach there are regular bars and cafés so you can enjoy the sun and surf, cocktail in hand.
This three kilometre white beach is divided between two coastal towns, and ideal for families. The perfection of the waters is hardly broken by a single wave, and there is a sailing school where you can hire a boat and glide blissfully along the shore.
Situated on the peninsula of Formentur in the northern part of the island, Cala Murta is a secluded beach, ringed with stunning cliffs and verdant plants. The nearest town is 14 kilometres away. The water here is crystal clear, so bring a snorkel.
Puig de Mari
This 333 metre high mountain is the site of a 14th century monastery. Above is an even older chapel, where you can enjoy breathtaking views over the Balearic. There is also a picnic area nearby, so you and the family can explore to your hearts' content, without missing creature comforts.
A white sand beach with its fair share of beachside bars and restaurants, innumerable sun loungers and shady spots created by gently fanning palms, this beach has it all. Jump onto a volleyball court with friends, or grab a snorkel and paddle around in the perfect turquoise water.
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