Pollensa is one of the oldest communities in Mallorca, which is not least the contemplative, mediterranean-traditional cityscape full of winding streets and sandstone-colored houses from past centuries testifies. The villas, family houses and rustic houses in Pollensa and the surrounding area are in great demand for their purchase not only due to the rich local cultural offer and the untamed regional nature. Your real estate agent Engel & Völkers Mallorca introduces you to Pollensa.
Buying property in Pollensa and surroundings: These highlights await you
Buy a house, a villa or a rustic house in Pollensa or surroundings and look forward to interesting sights. For example, the Pont Roma, a Roman bridge over 1,500 years old, is still accessible today and is considered an important cultural heritage. Not far from here you will reach the main square of Pollensa, where you will find a rich gastronomy of international specialties. As a representative of Italian cuisine, the Restaurante Il Giardino on the southwestern end of the "Plaça Major" is recommended. On the other hand, if you prefer dishes of the local cuisine, Numero Ocho, just a few doors away, offers an atmospheric lunch or dinner away from your rustic house or villa. Enjoy the view of one of Pollensa's time-honored sacred buildings, the Santa Maria dels Àngels. The church dates from the early 18th century and is a prime example of the mostly simple exterior, but magnificent Mallorcan church interior architecture in the countryside.
In Pollensa you will also find some galleries and art exhibitions of the highest quality. Your real estate agent at Engel & Völkers Mallorca refers in particular to the Galería Dionís Bennàssar, also near the "Plaça Major". Founded in 2013 as an independent institution, it hosts changing art exhibitions in its invitingly bright ambience regularly, making the regular visit to the Galeria a worthwhile pastime. Buy a villa, rustic house or a family house in Pollensa and get acquainted with the history and offers of the place and you will quickly realize why Pollensa is also called "Cultural Capital of the North".