When you arrive, we know that the first thing you want is for everything to run smoothly and for your weekend in Puerto Pollensa to get off to a great start.
Once you’ve dropped your bags off and freshened up, it’s time to do a bit of investigating: take a stroll along the seafront and enjoy the wonderful view of Pollensa Bay; enjoy the Pine Walk, stopping for a refreshing beer or ice cream at one of the many terrace cafes; or if you feel like it, hop on public bus line 2 and journey just 10 minutes to the old town of Alcudia where you can enjoy the medieval walls and old atmosphere of this ancient capital of Mallorca.
If you happen to arrive early on Friday morning or on Thursday night, don’t miss the Rural Mallorca day trip only on a Friday.
This is a rustic Mallorcan day out, organised by No Frills Excursions.
It takes in some real Mallorcan villages and small markets where you will participate in selecting products for lunch before being taken to an actual Mallorcan farmhouse where you will learn to prepare some traditional local dishes and enjoy a delicious barbecue with unlimited wine. This tour includes a visit to a real, working wine cellar where the people of the town buy their wine directly from the barrel.
In the evening, continue your cultural day by having a selection of excellent value and delicious Mallorcan Dishes at Celler La Parra in the port of Pollensa surrounded by locals kick-starting their weekend.
Start with a lazy breakfast just whenever you wake up. Then take a nice lazy and visually stunning boat trip from Puerto Pollensa’s marina: You can choose between the 3-hour 30min trip that leaves the port at 10.30am or the 2-hour 30min trip that leaves the port at 10.30am and at 15.00pm. And enjoy the breath-taking scenery of the dramatic northern coastline.
2 hours boat trip in the bay of Puerto Pollensa and of course the 30min boat trip to the beach of formentor.
Then relax under the stars to a wonderful meal at a local restaurant. We recommend you try Guru.
Not to be missed is the visually stunning Island Tour including boat, train, tram and coach and with free time in Sa Calobra and Puerto Sóller. This is Mallorca’s premier excursion. Taking this tour with No Frills Excursions makes this experience the highlight of your holiday. As you are only visiting for the weekend, be sure not to miss this opportunity to discover some of Mallorca’s hidden secrets of the dramatic west coast.
In the evening, to finish off your weekend, visit the old town of Alcudia for dinner at one of Puerto Pollensa’s favourite restaurants: O’Lume, offering excellent Northern Spanish Cuisine such as “Frito Marinero”
For more suggestions of restaurants, visit: http://www.puertopollensamallorca.com/restaurants/