Nowadays this former fishing village boasts a marina and a beautiful pedestrian promenade with bars, restaurants and small boutiques. Known as the Pine Walk, its old townhouses convey a sense of the area’s illustrious past. At the end of the promenade, you will find the Hotel Illa d’Or. In the first half of the twentieth century, it was a meeting place for travellers coming from all over Europe to Majorca, and today it has lost none of its charm. Here you can still enjoy a sundowner on the wonderful seaside terrace. A long sandy beach stretches around the bay. Families with children love the wide, gently sloping sands and turquoise water. Pollença Bay is a popular area for water sports enthusiasts and has a sailing and kitesurfing school.