Location; they repeat it three times as it forms the backbone of any good investment. 6 minutes' walk, 3 mins by bike or 656 gentle steps. You could be forgiven for questioning if such a short journey could exist from your front garden with views to the 14th-century former nunnery atop the 333m Puig de Maria, into the boutique lined backstreets of Pollensa.
Should you find the distance too short; on your way home, you could add another 365 cypress-lined steps via the Esglesia del Calvari, taking in the town´s mosaic of terracotta rooftops.
This Country House, sitting pretty, has retained its authentic Mallorcan air.
You cannot help but appreciate the owner´s choice of delicately maintaining the original features so as to keep the blend between modern living and historical value.
Pollensa is by far the most well known town in the north of Majorca, both for international tourists and for island residents. A beautiful Historic town positioned at the foothills of the Tramuntana mountains. The traditional Mallorcan village houses and its friendly inhabitants complete the harmonious picture of the Mediterranean village. Bright stone facades and picturesque alleys complement the charming village. Especially the Calvario, hosting 365 steps to a view which will surely take your breath away. Pollensa offers a wide selection of exclusive restaurants and cafes.
The Golf course, just a 5 minute drive away, is set on a hill overlooking the Bay of Pollensa and the Golf House is frequented even by non golfers for its dining terrace with spectacular views. If you prefer quiet and secluded living, look no further than the noble residential area of La Font, which is located just a few minutes from Pollensa.
Pollensa is a traditional village that has not lost its authentic charm over the years of mass tourism.