The bay is lined with golden sands and an eclectic array of watercraft can be found moored in the calm waters . You will find everything from rowing boats and jet skies, to RIBS, and sail boats. The ‘llaüts’ - traditional Mallorcan fishing boats, are still used by the locals to this day. The marina boasts a collection of power craft and super yachts.
In terms of gastronomy, there is a selection of food to suit every palate. Many of the restaurants and hotels have stood the test of time and remain in - and run by the family. They have existed since the 1940’s when tourism started to creep in to the bay.
Unlike other Spanish resorts, that have suffered from over development and the darker side of tourism, Port De Pollenca looks and feels as authentic as it did 40 years ago. It remains a firm favourite as a family resort due to its calm waters and distinct lack of nightclubs. It also attracts activity seekers, who can sail, paddle, swim cycle or walk to their hearts content.
It is a huge draw for the creatives as well. The Port can count writer Agatha Christie and artists such as Boveri and Camarasa amongst its more famous visitors and residents.