Platja del Port de Pollença
Platja del Port de Pollença
This beautiful holiday home with 3 floors is located on a hillside with fantastic panoramic views of the Mallorcan countryside. The location of the finca is ideal to explore the island, not far from Palma, close to the mountains. Beautiful beaches are within easy reach.
This Villa can accommodate up to 6 guests and it is in a wonderful location. Only a 10min drive separates it from Playa de Muro, a spectacular sandy beach that stretches for 8km. The house includes WIFI and a swimming pool.
Enjoy a quiet stay in an idilical house with wonderful views to the mountains of “Sierra de Tramontana” (World Heritage). The house is a beautiful and modern property for 6 people (3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms) with private pool (10 x 5 meters). Air Conditioning. Free Wifi.
Overlooking the beautiful clear blue waters of the Mediterranean beach house Grey Rose is truly a paradise on earth. Not only is spacious this summer house, but it is modern, extremely comfortable and bright!
In a sports and family environment, you will find this magnificent house called Rose Pink. This house is located in Son Serra, very close to Can Picafort and in front of the beach. You cannot miss the wonderful views from its gigantic terrace!
Luxurious rural villa that sleeps 10 people in 5 bedrooms. It has a private pool and large terraces. Set in a very quiet location with privileged sweeping views of the Tramuntana mountain range and valleys, it has air-conditioning and is only 6km away from the beach of Puerto Pollensa.
The Villa Ca Na Roja provides extreme comfort due to its spaciousness and safe outdoors spaces. If you are thinking of taking your family with you, children will be able to enjoy the surroundings and nature completely carelessly!
Platja del Port de Pollença also known as Platja de Llenaire, Platja dels Tamarells
Platja del Port de Pollença or de Levante is situated at six kilometres from Pollença, between Platja de Can Cullerassa and Port de Pollença. Although there is a high development, touristic aswell as residential, it has still the quiet atmosphere it used to have in the past, which explains that this coastal stretch has been an artistic inspiration. Agatha Christie set her short story Problem in Pollença in this place and the catalan painter Anglada Camarassa lived in the port. This extremely long sandy area which is very narrow at the same time has suffered a regeneration and an artificial expansion with the introduction of coarse-grained sand. Some years ago there was no beach and no sand. The creation has been possible thanks to the breakwater that was built. At a few metres from the coastal stretch of the bay of Pollença there are some pine trees.
The marine and underwater conditions in this bay are not the best ones for anchoring boats, because there is a maximum depth of two metres at a small distance from the coast on a sandy ground, and the strong wind blows from the east- southeast-south. Nevertheless during the summer there are lots of sailing boats anchoring in this area.
The accessibility by car is easy following the signs. The private car can be left on a free parking area. You can also reach this beach with the public transport. The nearest bus stop is located at a few metres from this beach.
These characteristics explain that the beach is very crowded by local visitors and tourists.
Information about this beach may change. To confirm the data or consult changes or new features, please contact the municipal tourism office below:
Tourist Information – Pollença
General information on the island:
Tourist Information – Mallorca
Ramp for disabled
Diving or sports area
Municipality information Pollença
The municipality of Pollença is situated in the north of Majorca. The origin of the name is supposed to come from Pol.lentia (Roman city) –the Latin word polent, “powerful”-, founded by Quinto Cecilio Metelo in 123 BC after conquering Majorca.
Its landscape is characterized by high mountains, flat valleys, irrigated by torrents, the last linear 26 kilometres of the Serra de Tramuntana (Puig de Ca de Miner, 887 metres high, with a lot of underground cavities), the flat area (Albufereta, important wetland) and an enormous coastal area (it is the majorcan municipality with the most extensive coast; spectacular cliffs, headlands, small islands, the closed bay of Pollença and white sandy beaches).
In 1550 it suffered the violent attack of the pirate Dragut and 1500 Saracene pirates. The local milicy lead by the resident Joan Mas, rejected him, because the captain escaped. This fact is commemorated every year on the 2nd of August in a Moor-Christian mock battle. Between the end of the 19th century and the middle of the 20th century Pollença suffered a migration toward South America, whereas in the seventies it was inverted because of the touristic boom and the construction, replacing the traditional mountain economy.
The cultural variety includes Coves de Sant Vicenç, Roman bridge, Església de Nostra Senyora dels Àngels, Oratori de Roser Vell, Convent de Sant Domingo, Escalonada del Calvari, Puig de Santa Maria (Bien de Interés Cultural and Àrea Natural d’Especial Interès –ANEI), Castell del Rei, possessions (rural fincas) of Son Marc, Formentor and Ternelles (ANEI and Zona de Especial Protección para las Aves), Talaia d’Albercuix.
The municipality has 17 beaches.
Length of the beach:1440 meters
Type of access:For pedestriansFor vehiclesFor boats
Average width:40 meters
Access for disabled people:YesNo
Degree of occupancy:HighMediumLow
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