Cala San Vicente

A short 10 to 15 minute bus ride away from Puerto Pollensa you will find yourself in the heart of Cala San Vicente.

This small quaint little town has a spectacular beach nestled in one of just 4 small inlets. Featuring silky soft sand and gorgeous turquoise blue waters it’s no wonder why this is such a popular beach.

Cala San Vicente Cala San Vicente

Don’t forget to bring a snorkel as hidden below the sea there are a series of underwater caves! All throughout the Summer a lifeguard is present, normally hanging out a colored flag to signify the safety of swimming and even if there are a few jellyfish around.

Alcudia Waterpark

Alcudia Water Park is the only water park in the north of the island, and while it may not be the biggest in the world in still proves a great day out if you are looking for something a bit more local.
Featuring many slides, pools, children’s areas it really is great for the whole family too.

In the next video you can see a short summary about the possibilities of this water park:


If you want more information about the water park you can visit its website:

On that page you will find information, photos, videos and tips about how to get the most out of your visit to the Alcudia Water Park.

How to get from Puerto Pollensa to Alcudia Waterpark

Alcudia Waterpark is the only water park in the North of Mallorca and is a great day out for the whole family.
Alcudia Waterpark isn’t as big as the other water parks on the island but it’s a lot easier to get to, in fact we would like to give you a few options on how to get there yourself.

By Taxi: Is approximately 15€ and the journey time is about 15-20 mins.

By Public Bus: Is approximately 1.55€ and the journey time is about 15-20 mins. The bus number is nº2 and you can get on at the main marina in Puerto Pollensa. And will need to get off at the magic roundabout at the Burger King. (There’s a red knot structure in the middle of the roundabout). Alcudia waterpark is then a short walk of 2 mins from the bus stop.

By Car: Is about 15-20 mins journey time. From Puerto Pollensa follow the bay road to Alcudia old town. At first roundabout turn left, the traffic then filters right. Turn right at the traffic lights. 2nd right at next roundabout and first right at the Burger King roundabout.

Entrance is 19€ for adults, 11€ for children.
Buy your tickets at the Nofrills shop in Puerto Pollensa (Paseo Saralegui, 122) for your FAST TRACK entrance!

Pine Walk

The Pine Walk is probably one of the more gentle walks you can do.
Starting from the main roundabout by the Marina in Puerto Pollensa carry straight onto the pedestrianized area and keep on walking straight ahead.
Casually stroll along the cobbled streets with spectacular views of the beach to your right, and the Tramuntana mountains towering tall.

Pinewalk, Puerto Pollensa

As you head past the more busier beaches this is where the walk gets it`s name.
Lots of Pine trees branch across to give a much needed bit of shade.
It carries right onto the military base at the end, see if you can spot the famous yellow seaplane!

Cala Boquer

The road starts in Port de Pollença at the left of Formentor road there is a path surrounded by pine trees that is the entrance to the Possessió de Bóquer. Once there crossing an iron gate passing through two big rocks and after the green pine trees area we can observe the archaeology jewel of the area, a group of one of the most important nave style constructions known and a lime oven that was active until 1935.

Cala Boquer

Cala Boquer

Once you reach the highest peak on the walk you can see some spectacular views looking down onto the beach of Cala Boquer and the secluded inlet.
It takes in total around about an hour to walk down to the beach and back. But be warned that the way you go is the only way back!