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Mary Lorenzo

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Puerto Pollensa highlighted in the Iberostar magazine
« on: June 18, 2016, 15:53:41 PM »
The Iberostar online magazine has highlighted Puerto Pollensa as a great if we didn't already know that!   ;D

Here's a rough translation.....

Living in Puerto Pollença is one of those luxuries that everyone should have access to at least a few days in life. Most, even those who reside on the island, we just settle escape to this wonderful corner of the north coast of Mallorca when the agenda and allow the obligations to us. Others may only come once a year, usually in summer ... having to share the experience with thousands and thousands of visitors.

Now in June, however, Puerto Pollença is in full splendour. There are hardly any people and next to Mallorca looking for a much more active, more in line with the possibilities offered by this Mediterranean territory tourism. Thus, although no one will refuse to take advantage of the delicious evenings at the beach, it is true that it is time to see and discover the Port of Pollença from multiple perspectives: water sports, gastronomic tours, museums and art galleries, route hiking, picnics on the beach, climbing, cycling, shopping and crafts, visits to Cabo Formentor, Alcudia or Muro beach ... Puerto Pollensa has everything one step away from everything. It is ideal for families, children and couples with endless plans for every type of traveller. The tradition is still very present in its streets, among the people and the white sands of its beaches. The comings and goings of ships at its port, located just off the Menorcan town of Ciutadella, create a different pace in this part of the island, as slower and solemn. The natural environment that surrounds these routines and indigenous roots is unique, with large areas of fields and Mediterranean gardens, mountain areas, prehistoric caves, hidden coves that only reached by boat ... And culture. Puerto Pollensa in culture, art and craftsmanship are key pieces. Here it is developed one of the most important music festivals of the island annually and which you can see some of the most prominent jazz musicians of the moment. Art galleries are also not mere decoration but its programming is so nourished and interesting as any gallery in the capital and municipal museums and centres dedicated to this organised cycles, conferences and guided tours periodically to value all the heritage of this coastal town in northern Mallorca. If we stop to savour your food, what you see at first glance is a huge variety of cuisines. But if you stop, ask local and circulate with an open mind, you will discover some of the most delicious traditional cuisine locations of Mallorca. And some other pizzerias that lift the senses ... Puerto Pollença can be a great starting point for organising a weekend of relaxation, beach, outdoor sports and cuisine with friends. There are countless possibilities of fun to organise group outings to parks, beach bars with paella and sangria, nightlife and outstanding nightclubs, bars with terrace along the promenade,  dream locations to photograph and kayaking adventures, catamaran or sailboat in the bay of Pollença. You choose. In IBEROSTAR Hotels & Resorts we offer several hotels near Pollenca and Alcudia so you can enjoy the most northern Mallorca.


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Re: Puerto Pollensa highlighted in the Iberostar magazine
« Reply #1 on: June 21, 2016, 12:07:21 PM »
Generally agree but

"Now in June, however, Puerto Pollença is in full splendour. There are hardly any people......"

From where I am (in Llenaire) the place is very busy at the moment .... not complaining just stating. Decent restaurants require bookings .... new Casa Vila (old Ancla) full every evening - booking essential.
Received a text today which read GNAB ~ I think that is bang out of order. It doesn't matter if the glass is half full or half empty - there is clearly more room for more wine. I feel sorry for people who don't drink. When they wake up in the morning, that's as good as they're going to feel all day.