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Calvari Steps in Pollensa

A twist of alleyways off the main square, leads you to the Calvari Steps in Pollensa, all 365 of them! The charming old town of Pollensa sits a few kilometres from its port, at the the furthest point north of the Tramuntana mountain range.

Flanked by cypress trees on both sides, the challenge of the steps is to keep us fit and the climb is well worth the effort, leading up to a tiny church, the Calvario Chapel.

Calvari Church

Pop your head inside this tiny Chapel and outside take in the panoramic view of the coast and the Formentor Peninsula beyond. Once back down in the heart of town take time to have a look around.

In recent years Pollensa has become very upmarket with the opening of new boutiques, gift shops, interior design shops as well as gourmet delicatessens and restaurants to cater for the influx of international visitors.  Pollensa has its fair share of fiestas throughout the year, one of the most popular, the Wine Fair in April held in the Santo Domingo cloister. A great opportunity to discover and taste some of Mallorca’s wines, many of which are harvested just minutes away.

Main Square Pollensa Old Town

A great town to visit any day of the week, but Sunday, when the weekly market rolls into town is the best. In additional to the usual fruit and vegetable stalls there is an abundance of craft stalls and jewellery. Its a classy affair.

Main Square Pollensa - Old Town Market

If you haven’t hired a car, there is a regular daily bus service from Palma, taking about an hour. Pollensa is easily do-able as a day excursion from Palma.

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