PROPIEDADES EN VENTA en Pollensa

Casa de Campo en Golf Pollensa
  • 489 m2
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathrooms 4
POLLENSA Ref: 11733
  • 489 m2
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathrooms 4
Esta magnífica propiedad de 15.000 m2 de terreno está situada en la zona de la Marina, cerca del Golf y Pollensa pueblo. La villa con la superficie construida de 480 m2 dispone en planta baja de 2 dormitorios, 2 baños, salón-comedor y cocina con acceso a la terraza cubierta, jardín, barbacoa y piscina con zona de jacuzzi. En la planta primera hay 2 dormitorios y baños, incluyendo la suite…
Casa de Campo en El Vila
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathrooms 3
POLLENSA Ref: 11821
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathrooms 3
Finca rustica de 40.000 m2 situada en una zona rural a 2 km de las playas de Puerto de Pollensa. La vivienda de 300 m2 consta de 4 dormitorios y 3 baños, salón, comedor, cocina con lavadero, y una terraza esplendida en la primera planta de aproximadamente 100 m2. En la planta baja se puede disfrutar las zonas exteriores desde la piscina y su amplia terraza para tomar el sol o descansar en la…
Comercial Land en Pollensa
  • 2,069 m2
  • Bedrooms 0
  • Bathrooms 0
Pollensa Ref: 11547
  • 2,069 m2
  • Bedrooms 0
  • Bathrooms 0
Solar situado en el polígono industrial de Pollensa. El terreno tiene la superficie de 1702 m2 y aproximadamente 27 metros de anchura a nivel de calle.
Comercial Land en Pollensa
  • Bedrooms 0
  • Bathrooms 0
POLLENSA Ref: 11548
  • Bedrooms 0
  • Bathrooms 0
Solar situado en el polígono industrial de Pollensa. El terreno tiene la superficie de 1702 m2 y aproximadamente 20 metros de anchura a nivel de calle.

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Pollensa has been described as “the perfect Mallorca town” and, although popular, it hasn’t buckled under the strain of tourism and retains buckets of historic charm. Cafe culture is king here, best enjoyed at the Place Major on a Sunday morning, when markets stalls cover the area and locals relax over a coffee after church.

The town is peppered with attractive historic buildings including a former Jesuit convent that is used today as the local town hall. There are a handful of interesting museums here too, such as the Pollensa Municipal Museum and the Monograph Museum of Pollensa.

A few kilometres away on the coast lies Puerto de Pollensa, an attractive town set on a horse-shoe shaped bay, with a large marina, a lovely stretch of beach and a the famous ‘Pine Walk’ - a pine and palm-tree lined promenade that follows the water’s edge. A yearly classical music festival is held here too, over July and August.

The nearby Pollensa Golf Course is considered one of the island’s best, and players can enjoy panoramic views over the Tramuntana Mountains whilst making their way through the nine holes. The course’s design embraces the natural beauty of it surroundings, with fragrant pine and olive trees complementing a varied and challenging game.

As well as golf and nearby beaches, the area offers some attractive hiking routes. A popular walk follows the trail to the top of Puig de Maria, where you’ll find a historic sandstone 18th-century monastery and a chapel, which dates back to 1348. There’s a small restaurant here too, which serves simple, Mallorcan cuisine over breakfast, lunch and dinner.