Landscape and History

Die Landschaft Mallorcas entdecken


Pollenca is one of the oldest settlements on Majorca and steeped in history. It is located a stone´s throw away from the most northern tip of Majorca, the picturesque half-island Formentor with its Caribbean dream beach Cala Pino de la Posada, often abbreviated to “Cala Pi”.

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A broad coastal road leads from Alcúdia along miles of sandy beaches to Mallorca´s rugged north-eastern coast with its numerous, protected sandy bays. 

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Serra de Tramuntana, the mighty mountain range, slows down the dreaded northern winds and it is a natural cover shield for the green high plateaus and fertile valleys of central Majorca close to the village of Sencelles.

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The green ridges of the Serres de Llevant Mountains stretch out along almost of the entire south-east coast. The fertile hilly region is known for its colorfulness and together with Binissalem, it is the largest wine producing area of the island. It is here, where you can´t miss to encounter the icon of Majorca – the large wind mills with their colorful wings.

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