This is one of the most picturesque regions of the island, with sandy beaches and little towns and resorts, as well as Alcudia Nature Reserve.
Port de Pollenca is a pretty resort where fine sandy beach stretches around the bay against a mountain backdrop. Shops, restaurants and bars line the promenade. A little way inland, the small town of Pollença has Roman origins. It is nestled between two hills, each home to a sacred site and it retains its local charm and character. Visit the popular weekly market or climb the famous 365 steps to the Calvari Church.
The tiny resort of Cala Sant Vicenc will appeal to those seeking a relaxing holiday by the sea. There are two small sandy bays framed by high cliﬀs and pinewoods and a sprinkling of shops, bars and restaurants. A short drive inland, Campanet is home to some interesting underground caves with a fascinating array of stalactites and stalagmites.
Formentor is the ultimate location for a peaceful holiday by the sea. A truly beautiful peninsular where scented pine forests give way to majestic cliﬀs which plunge steeply into the limpid aquamarine sea. Falcons soar above the isolated Cabo lighthouse and sleek yachts bob in an exquisite bay.