The ancient rural village of Pollença is located at the eastern end of the Serra de Tramuntana, tucked between two hills. It is a charming Mallorcan village of old blond stone architecture, with pretty narrow streets and wonderful cafes. Pollença is a town rich in history, its many points of interest attracting visitors from far and wide. Some of the highlights are an ancient Roman bridge, the 18th century church "Mare de Deu dels Angels" with a famous rose window and the "Convent de Sant Domingo". There are also wonderful old monasteries scattered around. Pollença has its own harbour a few kilometres towards the coast, it is the tourist centre of the town and apart from having several restaurants, cafes and pubs it has beautiful beaches in the surrounding area. Puerto de Pollença is a wonderful destination to complement the history and culture of Pollença.