Port de Pollença is the second biggest town in the area of Pollença.
The main square of the Port, surrounded by trees, is dedicated to the musician and composer Miquel Capllonch i Rotger. One element of note here is the wind-rose located in the centre of the floor of the square.
On the edge of the square we find the parish church dedicated to Our Lady of Carmen. It is a Neo-Gothic style church. If we take Ecònom Torres Street from the square we reach the Enginyer Roca Square. A little further on there are the port facilities, located in what is popularly known as the old wharf or fishermen’s pier. Alongside the traditional fishing boats or llaüts you will find the old fishermen’s marketplace.
The Royal Yacht Club building, also located on the old pier, remains very active in promoting sports. From the breakwater enclosing the harbour you can see the beautiful view of the Bay of Pollença, situated between Cape Formentor and the Cap del Pinar. The Punta de l’Avançada protects the port from storms and here you can see the remains of a seventeenth-century fortress: the Fortalesa, built between 1682 and 1692.