In previous posts of this blog we have already mentioned the many attractions which the island of Mallorca offers to those who love golf. In fact, this beautiful Mediterranean island, which for decades has been unfairly relegated to the topic of ‘sun and beach’ (as if that were the only relevant claim), offers an endless array of cultural, sporting, culinary and leisure options for residents and regular and sporadic visitors alike.

Although there is no doubt that good weather and contact with the coast and nature are elements that define Mallorca’s personality and make it a small paradise, it is important to know how to make the most of the charms of an island that has long known how to reinvent itself, take advantage of its strengths and devise all kinds of activities and proposals that, in recent years, have been aimed especially at deseasonalisation (why visit Mallorca only in summer, when the winter, autumn and spring are spectacular, warm and welcoming here?), attracting, among other things, sports and outdoor enthusiasts all year round.

In this sense, there is no doubt that golf plays a key role in this dynamic and transversal perception of Mallorca: after all, golfers from all over the world come to our island very often to enjoy the spectacular golf courses that are distributed throughout the territory. North, south, east and west: all areas of the island have at least one golf course located in an emblematic location, with wonderful views and a privileged natural environment.

Aware of the (rightfully) high quality standards demanded by golf lovers who travel to Mallorca to unleash their passion for the sport, Mallorca Golf Island‘s golf courses are characterised by their excellence, as confirmed by the thousands and thousands of visitors who spend part of their time playing golf here each year.

At today’s text, in particular, we will end the post by focusing on the northern part of Mallorca, which has two superbly equipped golf courses, the most exquisite of which is the Club de Golf Alcanada and the Golf Pollença.

Both courses have large green areas from which you can enjoy splendid views of the sea and the mountains. And, in addition, whoever decides to stay on this part of the island during their stay in Mallorca must know that both Alcanada and Pollença and Alcúdia, Puerto de Alcúdia and its surroundings have many attractions and alternatives for leisure, pleasure and entertainment, in addition to enclaves of great scenic and environmental value.

Our partner hotels in the northern part of the island are, of course, on a par with these beautiful courses, and have impressive rooms, attentive customer care and the best services.

Here you can have a look at the hotels we suggest on our website. On the one hand, and for those who opt for the Alcanada golf course, we have the ‘Adults Only’. Vanity Hotel Golf: a reference hotel for golf lovers, located on the seafront and equipped with spectacular modern, spacious and open-plan rooms, with all the comforts and the best services. In addition, the hotel has a spa area and fitness room, and guests can also store their bikes in the ‘Cycling Station’ and explore nearby areas for a picnic or outdoor excursion.

On the other hand, the Port Blue Pollentia Resort & Spa, located in the bay of the Port of Pollença,  offers the visitor luxurious and sophisticated facilities, as well as all kinds of services and amenities to round off the stay for both adults (there is an exclusive area for them in the hotel) and children (with leisure options adapted to them, in the case of those travelling with small children). A fabulous hotel located in a paradisiacal environment and specially prepared for those who travel to the area with the desire to play golf.

In addition, the beaches and coves of Alcúdia, Pollença and Alcanada stand out for their crystal clear and clean waters, and all these municipalities have an enormous offer of cafés, restaurants, bars, local shops, artisanal spaces, museums, galleries, children’s leisure options, etc., which allow tourists to round off the experience while enjoying their golf holidays.

These links to the websites of the tourism department of the above-mentioned regions provide a very complete guide of establishments and places which the visitor cannot (and will not want to) miss under any circumstances:

What to do and visit in Alcúdia?

What to do and visit in Pollença?

What to do and visit in Alcanada?

 

In short, and bearing in mind that you can’t spend all day playing golf without stopping, from Mallorca Golf Island we will try to continue proposing complementary ideas so that, whatever the area through which the visiting golfers travel here, their stay is truly unforgettable and unique.