Pollensa Villas for Rent

Why stay in Pollensa

Pollensa is one of those places that immediately come to mind when you think of a relaxing Mediterranean getaway.
The picturesque town boasts a postcard-worthy landscape, historic and cultural attractions and a vibrant dining scene. You’re never too far away from the beaches either—Pollensa is 10 minutes’ drive from the resort town of Puerto Pollensa, and 15 minutes’ drive from Alcudia beach.

Villas in Pollensa

Your villa in Pollensa comes equipped with a full range of amenities. There’s a fully equipped kitchen—perfect if you’re planning to self-cater—plus well-appointed living spaces, a manicured garden and private pool. Your Pollensa villa manager, along with the guest services team offer impeccable service—attentive, but never intrusive—so you’ll feel at home right away.
Choose from a wide selection of services to complete your vacation. We can arrange for villa pre-stocking, private chef dining experiences, in-villa spa treatments, childminding services and more. Customised travel experiences, restaurant reservations and transportation can also be arranged at your request.

Family activities in Pollensa

Visit Plaça Major, the main town square where you’ll discover a wide-ranging variety of restaurants, cafes and shops. It’s also the venue for the weekly Pollensa Market. Held every Sunday, the market is home to over 300 stalls selling clothing, food, souvenirs and more. It’s worth stopping by to stock up on fresh local produce if you’re planning to cook at your Pollensa villa.
Plan a day trip to Puerto Pollensa, a small resort town located about 10 minutes’ drive from your Pollensa villa. Charter a boat for a day of seaside fun with the entire family, or go for a stroll along the Pine Walk—a scenic promenade that lines the coast. Later, head to the central square for a meal. There’s plenty of restaurants and cafes to choose from, and a playground within close proximity to keep the little ones occupied while you dine.

Activities and points of interest in Pollensa

Pollensa villa travellers can look forward to discovering the town’s highlights: arts and culture, history, nature and food.
Wine lovers will enjoy a visit to Bodegas Can Vidalet. You can sign up for a guided tour through the vineyard and winery to learn about the landscape, history and winery processes. Afterwards, join in a wine tasting session complete with Mallorcan tapas.
Discover the local arts and culture through a visit to Museu de Pollensa. Originally a convent in the 16th century, the building was converted into a museum, and now boasts a wide collection of exhibits, historical items and artworks.
More artworks, including sculptures, drawings and oil and watercolour paintings are on display at Casa Museu Dionís Bennàssar. It’s a 17th century abode that was home to the Mallorcan artist Dionís Bennàssar. Both museums are located within five minutes’ drive from your Pollensa villa.
Ascending up the 365 steps of Carrer del Calvari can be hard work, but you’ll be rewarded with unforgettable hilltop vistas over the village and countryside. If you’re here during Easter, join in the crowds as they gather at the Calvari steps to watch a yearly religious ritual—a representation of the Descent from the Cross.
And lastly, a hike up to Santuari del Puig de Maria, an ancient monastery located atop a mountain, is not to be missed. The walk is accompanied by sweeping views over the local towns and the island’s bucolic landscape.

Pollensa’s restaurants, cafes & bars

Within and around the town centre—about five minutes’ drive from your Pollensa villa—you’ll find a variety of restaurants and cafes dishing out tasty Spanish and Mallorcan fare.
There’s Celler El Moli, a cosy venue known for its paella, suckling pig and warm, friendly service. Again, you have to order the paella at Bar Nou Restaurante, along with its tapas and fantastic sangria. Restaurant-cum-wine shop Q11 boasts a modern setting and a good selection of fine wines. To round out your meal with something sweet, stop by at Ca'n Butxaca, Gelateria Artesana for ice cream and crêpes.
There’s even more dining options at Puerto Pollensa. Restaurant Bellaverde features a beautiful courtyard and a fully vegetarian and vegan menu. Places like Abbaco and amazO serve up innovative fusion Mediterranean dishes, but if you’re in the mood for traditional Mallorcan fare, head over to Los Zarzales Restaurant. Do note that many restaurants in Mallorca are closed during the off-peak season, so it’s best to call in and make a reservation if you’re planning to dine out. Your Pollensa villa manager will gladly assist—just let him or her know about your dining plans during your stay.