18 properties in Pollensa for sale

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finca in Pollensa

Pollensa, Luxury Finca under construction near to the town in a prominent location for completion in 2018

300 m²

16.000 m²


€ 4,500,000.-

house in Pollensa

Pollensa, Marvellous country house with much privacy in the Pollensa Golf area

632 m²

16.824 m²


€ 3,800,000.-

finca in Pollensa

Pollensa, Spacious villa with light-flooded rooms, stunning views and 2 pools

507 m²

14.100 m²


€ 3,500,000.-

house in Pollensa new

Pollensa, Country-house with guest houses, tennis court and pool in Pollenca

1.143 m²

76.765 m²


€ 3,500,000.-

house in Pollensa

Pollensa, Typical Mallorcan finca in picturesque surroundings with pool only 3 km from Pollenca and the beach

652 m²

16.177 m²


€ 3,500,000.-

house in Pollensa with Holiday license

Pollensa, Elegant villa in Pollenca with pool, guest house and renting licence, close to the golf course

457 m²

9.713 m²


€ 1,950,000.-

house in Pollensa new

Pollensa, Stunning luxury home right in the heart of the Old Town of Pollença

232 m²



€ 1,450,000.-

house in Pollensa with Holiday license

Pollensa, Enchanting country house-style villa with pool and holiday licence near Pollenca

126 m²

5.500 m²


€ 1,200,000.-

house in Pollensa

Pollensa, Idyllic finca near Pollença with a beautifully landscaped garden and lots of privacy

170 m²

4.700 m²


€ 895,000.-

house in Pollensa

Pollensa, Charming natural-stone finca in a quiet location near Pollensa

304 m²

1.722 m²


€ 825,000.-

house in Pollensa with Holiday license

Pollensa, Pretty country finca with rental license in quiet surroundings

243 m²

1.828 m²


€ 690,000.-

house in Pollensa 360º

Pollensa, Modern living in Pollensa in a recently completed village house with its own pool

155 m²

77 m²


€ 499,000.-

house in Pollensa

Pollensa, Townhouse for both commercial and residential purposes in the old town of Pollensa

150 m²

100 m²


€ 380,000.-

plot in Pollensa

Pollensa, Urban building plot with a basis project for the construction of 6 apartments on the edge of Pollensa

188 m²

446 m²


€ 360,000.-


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Information about Pollensa and surrounding area from Porta Mondial:

With about 8,000 residents, Pollensa, or Pollença, as it is called by the Majorcans, is the largest town in northern Majorca. The town appears to the visitor today as a successful mix of time-honoured tradition that draws on a long history and a lively young fun loving scene. The village with its old stone houses and gardens with colourful bushes and slender cypress, offering the lush vegetation of the Mediterranean, is an enviable location.

The country town in Majorca is located in a fertile valley, the "Huerta de Pollensa," or the "Garden of Pollensa" which opens far out to sea towards Puerto de Pollensa. On the land side are the two-edged and partially wooded mountains, "El Calvario" and "Nostra Senyora del Puig". In modern times, the British first discovered the privileged position of the area and created numerous real estate opportunities here, but now German real estate buyers are increasingly discovering the beauty of the north and buying an apartment or a villa in a desirable location on the surrounding hills. The rather rare "se vende" signs in the windows with properties for sale attest to the attractiveness of real estate and high satisfaction of their residents. The picturesque fishing village of Cap Formentor and Puerto Pollensa offer a spectacular close to nature experience and a colourful harbour bustle.

In the picturesque narrow streets you meet women wearing simple grey-brown Majorcan dresses alongside colourful and airily dressed tourists looking for the mediterranean flair and the historical spirit of past times together. The serene and sometimes the heavy, oppressive course of history in Pollensa was lively and often cruel, like all other major settlements in the Balearics.

Because of the fertile soil, humans settled in prehistoric times. In 121 BC, the Romans conquered the island and founded "Pollentia" (the Mighty) as the capital of Majorca. Under the sway of Rome the largest Balearic Island and the city flourished. In 426 BC the vandals brought "Pollentia" to the ground. The few surviving inhabitants then built a new settlement 5 km inland, the foundation for today's Pollenca. Then in the 10th century came the Berbers from North Africa, who conquered the island and ruled until they in turn were defeated by the Christian knights in 1229. The Knights Templar then took over the rule of Pollensa until they were dissolved in 1312 and the order replaced by the Order of St. John. The residents of Pollensa practiced agriculture and animal husbandry, set forth goods and traded over time.

“Calvari” in Pollensa

“Calvari” hill in Pollensa

The people who used to arrive by boat, were greatly feared by the Balearics. Foreigners who come by plane to Majorca today however are welcomed. Happily these peaceful visitors wander the trail of the eventful history of Pollensa. From the Vandals, whose name dubbed the term "vandalism", nothing remains of the bad reputation of German people. The "Pont Romà", the double lancet stone bridge over the "Torrent de Sant Jordi" still displays the Roman power and glory. Where once the heavy footstep of a Roman legionary crossed the river bed, now strolls the loosely stepped tourist. To Arab population is still remembered today through the sophisticated irrigation system with canals and irrigation plants. From the times in which the Templars influenced Pollensa, you can still see the powerful facade of the parish church of "Nostra Senyora dels Angels", whose foundations were laid by the Order.

Puig de Maria in Pollensa

The hill Puig de Maria in Pollensa

The throwback to the past that is perhaps the most spectacular, colourful and admired by foreigners is the game "Moros i Cristian". Every 2nd of August is the fiesta "Mare de DEU dels Angels" (god of the sea and the angel) sees a fight between "Christians and Arabs" instead. The spectacle is reminiscent of the true story of 3 Mai 1550. That night, as the pirate Dragut and his men raided Pollensa, the cry of "Moros a terra" was echoed. On land and in the watchtowers of Atalaya the fires blazed. With flails, pitchforks, scythes, hammers and hatchets, the Pollenser, led by Joan Mas rushed to the corsairs. The victorious inhabitants, some of which were startled from their sleep, fought in their nightgowns and beat the pirates until they fled, having failed make loot and abduct a single person. For the enemy we now see the spectacle only through the blackened faces of the "Moros", which are on the run. A fun event where the protagonists have at least as much fun as the many onlookers who feast on the specialties for sale.

Guests from all over the world who arrived in Pollensa in the 20th and 21st Century, have certainly enriched the local cultural flavour. In the "Museu de Pollensa", the Impressionist landscapes of the Argentine painter, "Atilio Boveri," can be seen who lived in Pollensa from 1912 - 1915. In the cloister of the former Dominican monastery "San Domingo", the "Festival de Pollensa" is held every year in July and August. In this classical music festival, known artists from all over Europe play. The well-known craftsman and designer Marti Vincente (1926 - 1995), renowned for his textiles, in which he combined the traditional tongue pattern with contemporary design, has an weaving exhibition in the eponymous museum.

With its mixture of honoured tradition and modern innovation, it is no wonder that Pollensa has become a popular resort and second home for amateur painters, musicians, friends and many foreigners. Many artists sell their works in small galleries. Excursions and hikes in the nearby mountains are especially popular because of the fantastic view from "Puig de Santa Maria" with the "Hermit de sa Mare de Du" from the 14th Century, which can be combined with a refreshing dip in the ocean before returning to their villa, a holiday home or apartment.

Porta Mallorquina Real Estate in Pollensa, Mallorca North

Porta Mallorquina Real Estate in Pollensa

Porta Mallorquina Real Estate
Vía Pollentia, 41, bajos
07460 Pollensa, Mallorca
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