Located 8.5 km from Puerto de Pollença, Pollença Villa is a pretty town where life revolves around its square, the center of social and commercial activity. In the shade of large trees we find a wide range of bars, restaurants and shops.
The Roman bridge, the church built by the Templars and the baroque convent of Santo Domingo are worth a visit, where the Pollença Festival of classical music, of international prestige, is held every year. You can continue walking to Calle Jesús, where the 365-step staircase flanked by elegant cypresses begins, which will take you to a hermitage surrounded by crosses that represent the Calvary of Jesus Christ. From the top you can have a panoramic view that is well worth the effort. Another privileged place is the Puig de María, from where you can see the Formentor Cape, the Pollença bay and the Alcúdia bay.
Pollença has a long cultural and artisan tradition that offers visitors art galleries, craft shops, gourmet food and wine stores, and rustic furniture factories. The Pollença Museum is located in the old convent of Santo Domingo. In its rooms are displayed, among other works, a set of Gothic altarpieces from the different churches of Pollença, a room dedicated to Prehistory, ceramics from the Convent and a collection of works by famous painters such as Atilio Boveri, Anglada Camarasa, Dionís Bennassar, Pablo Genovés, Antoni Riera, etc.
The Sunday morning market offering the traditional agricultural products and typical craftsmen of Mallorca is held in the church square.