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Weather & Climate

If you’re looking for hot, sunny weather on your Puerto Pollensa holiday, book between May and September, with temperatures averaging around 25°C and climbing into the early thirties in August. The summer months are typically hot and dry, with an average of ten hours of sunshine a day. Rainfall picks up during the autumn, but you can still enjoy warm sea temperatures and highs of 18°C throughout the season. If you prefer more moderate temperatures and fewer crowds, take your holidays to Puerto Pollensa in the spring.

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Best For

Beach lovers: Backed by the Tramuntana Mountains and with a coveted Blue Flag, Puerto Pollensa beach is by far the best.

Bargain hunters: Explore the local treasures at the weekly market. Haggling is mandatory!

Foodies: Enjoy an al fresco seafood dinner by the marina. 

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Fast Facts

Language: Although the official language spoken is Spanish, most people also speak fluent English.

Currency: The currency used is the Euro (€).

Local time: Puerto Pollensa is 1 hour ahead of GMT/UK time.

Fly to: Palma Airport. Transfers to Puerto Pollensa take about 1 hour and 15 minutes. 

Flight time from the UK: The flight time to Puerto Pollensa is 2.5 hours

Tourist information: Further tourist information can be found here.

Visa / Health: Before your holiday to Puerto Pollensa, visit here for recommendations and advice on visas and health.

Holiday destinations related to Puerto Pollensa:

  • Alcudia
  • Ca'n Picafort
  • Magaluf
  • Palma Nova
  • Cala Bona
  • Cala Dor
  • Cala Millor
  • Calas De Mallorca
  • Sa Coma
  • Santa Ponsa
  • Getting Around

    By bus: Puerto Pollensa’s main bus terminal is located by the marina in the centre of town. Buses operate seven days a week to several surrounding towns, including Palma and Inca. 

    By taxi: Taxis aren’t hard to find in Puerto Pollensa and can be flagged down on the road, or hired at one of the taxi ranks around town. Taxi ranks have a board displaying fares, so you know how much your journey will cost before setting off.

    By foot: There isn’t a better way to get acquainted with the resort than to explore it on foot. Start at the town centre and don't forget to get a selfie by the marina. 


    Carnival: Music, dancing and colourful floats take over the streets of Puerto Pollensa during the annual carnival in February. Celebrations start on the last Thursday before Lent (Dijous Llarder) and continue for the rest of the week. 

    Pollensa Music Festival: A world-class event, the Pollensa Music Festival features two months of open-air concerts at the Santo Domingo Cloister. Soak up the sun to the sounds of live pop, jazz, and classical music. 

    Autumn fair: From local produce and music, to arts and crafts, the Autumn Fair offers a real taste of Mallorcan culture at the Fora D’Alcudia. Held at various locations throughout town, this annual event is a must for culture lovers and foodies.