50 yards away, over the road behind the building leading to the
size store with a good range of food etc.
along the road to the rear of the building towards the port. Its on
the left. You can also get to it along the Pine Walk.
papers are available in a number of places.
supermarkets have them after from about .
you will see them on display outside other shops.
day is Wednesday in the morning up to .
worth going to. Lots of Spanish foods, clothes, shoes, flowers,
wine, kitchen utensils, etc.
is always an Indian/Gypsy group performing in the centre. A must to
is an area on the beach where instruction on wind surfing is
is a bit of a walk at the other side of the port.
is self evident.
are a couple of Scuba Diving Schools who arrange visits to
interesting dives. You need to book at their shop. They operate from
one of the quays.
this is of interest I will give you detailed directions to the shop.
are pedalled floats. Good fun and cheap.
along the beach walking along the front.
is great for a small ramble. Take you swimming costume as it leads
to a small bay.
route you will see wild goats and if you are lucky amazing birds.
In Pollenca, take any turn off the Pinewalk and then walk along
the Calle de Formentor until you come to the Oro Playa apartments.
Turn left up the Av de los Bocchoris to the roundabout. The path to
Val de Boquer is on the opposite side .
The walk is clearly sign posted. However, at the first gate just
before Finca Boquer, there is a large "Privado" sign,
telling people to keep out. This is misleading, as it is the main
track. As you hike uphill, you go through a pass between two very
large rocks. An excellent place to take a breath in the shade. The
path then flattens out for 150m. You will pass through two walls and
come to a fork in the path. The left side takes you directly down to
the cove - very picturesque and superb for swimming. The right fork
takes you to the headland with sweeping views of the bay - be
`careful as there is a sheer cliff face ahead of you.
is the nearest small town with a huge history.
central church was built by the Knights Templar when they owned most
of the area. The central square has a number of eating places.
you continue walking up you will find more smaller eating places,
good for coffees and light drinks.
from there are the 365 steps which have a religious significance.
a market on Sunday.
can catch the local bus from the Bus station in the port.
little further away. More cosmopolitan. Worth a visit if on a longer
bus from the bus station.
‘Glass Bottom’ boats provide trips to a number of places.