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Pollensa

Pollensa is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful corners of the Balearic Islands due to its traditional character and landscapes. One of the great tourist attractions are its beaches and, especially, its quiet coves of great beauty. One of them, San Vicente cove, was depicted by Joaquín Sorolla during his stay in 1919 and is very popular because of the prehistoric caves of l’Alzineret (1600 BC).

Other attractions are monuments such as the Santo Domingo convent, which houses the Municipal Museum of Pollensa and has an outstanding medieval collection. Next to it are the Juan March Gardens, which house a wide variety of traditional Mallorcan botanical specimens. The Knights Templar also left their mark on Pollensa in the church of Mare de Déu dels Angels (Our Lady of the Angels).

Transport

By car: MA-12. A journey of 56.3 km with an approximate duration of 1h 5min.
By bus: No. 412 towards Palma. Get off at Estació Intermodal. Take the No. 340 towards Puerto de Pollensa. Get off at Pollensa. Duration approximately 2h 52min.