The north of Mallorca is one of the best-known areas on the island: for its good nature conservation and the peaceful and quiet village atmospheres. Every year thousands of tourists visit Pollença, Alcudia and Muro for countless reasons, and here are just a few of them:
Historic town centres in the north of Mallorca
Pollença and Alcudia boast great beauty in their old town centres: their narrow streets are ideal for quiet strolls and for stopping for typical products at its numerous boutiques and souvenir stores.
Alcúdia and Pollença’s bays are famous for its beaches and cristal-clear waters: Muro’s beac is considered one of the best in the island because its huge extension of sand and dunes.
Its hidden sea inlets
Its countless inlets and sandy beaches too, are world-renowned and often tucked away, from the large crowds of bustling tourists in search of a spot to put down their towel.
Lovers of the sea, sailing and water sports such as windsurfing or kite-surfing can enjoy a broad range of leisure activities especially tailored for them.
Ornithology enthusisasts have the in the north of Mallorca some of the archipelago’s most important bird-watching locations: the highlight is of course the Albufera de Mallorca, located between Alcudia and Muro. Another must, would be the Albufera de la Gola, in Puerto de Pollença.
The Albufera de Mallorca is not the only nature reserve of great beauty to be found in Mallorca’s North: Pollença is located at the northern-most end of the Serra de Tramuntana.
Whether it’s for hill-walking or for cycling, the roads and country paths of Pollença Alcudia and Muro are ideal for enjoying sport. Besides of course, the sports one can enjoy in its sports facilities as well as the aforementioned water sports and adventure sports, such as psychoblock.
These are just some of the reasons for which you should visit the north of Mallorca: come visit and you’ll discover many more first hand!