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If you are visiting Puerto Pollensa then this should be high on your list, if not a must!
Walk along the mile or so Pine Walkway and soak in the beautiful views, lovely aroma of the sea and pine. Dip your toes in the gentle...More
The pine walk is a nice pleasant stroll witch changes changes at different times of the year nice cool sea breeze in the summer different colours for different seasons and on the way back you’ll work up a appetite so stop off in one of...More
Pleasant walk along the front of Puerto Pollensa, nice for a stroll in the morning stopping
for a coffee, more so in the evening with lots of restaurants and hotels. People watch
whilst enjoying a drink in the evening. A few shops and a couple...More
Strolling along the promenade that is known as The Pine Walk, you get a real sense of Mallorca and all its seaside has to offer. From the hustle and bustle of bars and restaurants to the sleepy side street bars that call out to your...More
Even if you are just passing through Puerto Pollensa, you should take the time to walk the Pine Walk. Under a canopy of pines, it hugs the shoreline for around 3 kilometres - from the resort centre to the military air base (this is where...More
Response from jeremywin | Reviewed this property |
I am disabled as well and use a scooter and a wheelchair. You can get so far then it is like crazy paving and you are ‘shaken’ like nothing. Puerto Pollensa is disabled friendly but not the end of the pine walk. You would... More
I am disabled as well and use a scooter and a wheelchair. You can get so far then it is like crazy paving and you are ‘shaken’ like nothing. Puerto Pollensa is disabled friendly but not the end of the pine walk. You would for instance struggle to get to the Illa D’or hotel. Hope this helps.