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Situated in a 1,000 year old olive grove in the hills near Pollensa, this rustic property commands beautiful views of the area.
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60.0 km from Palma
Villa Alora is peacefully set in an olive grove in the hills close to 'old' Pollensa. Pollensa Old Town is set against the dramatic backdrop of the Tramuntana Mountains a little way inland from the coast. The origins of the town are Roman and it is a pleasant place to wander around, with craft shops and boutiques to visit. Placa Major, the main square, has a Sunday morning market where you can buy souvenir handicrafts or fresh local produce such as cheese, olives and Mediterranean vegetables to sample at lunch or on the barbecue. Nearby Pollensa Golf is a 9-hole course with wonderful views over the Tramuntana mountains, olive groves and Pollensa bay.
Puerto Pollensa is a short drive from the villa and has a beautiful horseshoe bay with sheltered waters and a wide sweep of white sand. Again popular with families due its gently sloping nature, there is also a good selection of water sports on offer and excellent beachside facilities including beach bars, ice cream parlours and sun-bed hire. Try water ski-ing, parasailing or windsurfing if you are feeling energetic, or take a gentle ride in a pedalo in the bay’s clear blue waters. There is a prestigious sailing club in the resort offering tuition and equipment hire. The resort has a fairly low key nightlife centred mainly around the bars and restaurants near the marina where you can admire the colourful mix of luxury yachts and fishing boats. Take advantage of the balmy evenings to enjoy an evening stroll along the ‘Pine Walk’, a palm fringed promenade lined with restaurants and pavement cafes.
Cala St Vincent is a quiet coastal area surrounded by mountains with pine-clad ground sloping gently to the sea. There are two coves to choose from where you will find sparkling shallow water which is great for families with young children. With convenient parking, a choice of restaurants and sun-loungers and parasols for hire, everything is laid on here for you to enjoy a relaxing day in the sun.
At the southern end of Pollensa Bay is Alcudia, a bustling resort which has another excellent beach and a good selection of shops and restaurants. Children will enjoy a visit to the water park here and there are bar and discos if you are looking for a more lively nightlife. The old town area has the remains of a Roman amphitheatre and a beautifully preserved medieval wall and gate.
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