Cultural route

Pollença: the town

The town’s Baroque parish church stands in the Plaça Major or main square. The surrounding buildings conserve all the original flavour of Pollença’s old quarter, with big houses like Can Llobera, Ca n’Aulí (the headquarters of Club Pollença social club), Ca n’Olesa or Ca n’Aixartell, together with Plaça de l’Almoina square whose Font del gall fountain bears an image of a cockerel, the town’s symbol. In Carrer Costa i Llobera, the street where the celebrated poet of the same name was born, Sant Jordi Oratory can be found. Close to Camí de Ternelles is Sant Jordi torrent with its Roman bridge. The torrent supplied water to Roman Pollentia and it also drove a series of mills.  

Monti-sion Church and Jesuit College are now the town hall building. Close by are the steps of El Calvari, the Stations of the Cross leading up to a chapel. Sant Domingo Church and Monastery stand in the south of the town, with a charming cloister. On top of Puig de Maria peak a fortified monastery was built in the 14th century. Its lodging house is on the Dry Stone Route.  

The GR 221 dry stone route passes through the municipality of Pollença on many stages. All the official information can be found at

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Related information

  • Track GPX de la ruta de la vila de Pollença


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