Puerto Pollenca was originally a simple fishing port, today it is a very attractive, family-friendly resort. The port is not renowned for its nightlife, which is a major part of its family-friendly appeal. However, there are a few restaurants that offer some lively party nights, with live bands and the drinks flowing into the early hours.
The Bay of Pollensa offers a range of beaches that all enjoy superb views. In the resort itself, the long sandy Llenaire beach offers a variety of water sports. Further south is Can Cullerassa beach – where you’ll find a tree to shelter beneath and a stretch of sand to call your own, this is a stoney beach with plenty of seaweed so not ideal for bathing.
North of the marina you will find Albercutx beach is a string of sandy beachesr. A short drive from Puerto Pollenca you will find the pine-clad Formentor beach which is in a beautiful cove, with mountain views and facilities including toilets, showers, disabled access including all terrain wheelchairs and wooden walkways, drinking water stations, tourist information points, cafés, and shops. You can rent pedaloes on the beach here and also there is a spot at the end of the beach where you rent a jet ski.