L'Hostal - Mallorca
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Pollença is an interesting town in its own right and also makes a good base from which to explore the northern part of Mallorca. All the fun of the sun and sand resorts is not too far away but the peace and quiet of this old town soothes the mind and spirit. Explore the modern art museum, baroque churches, and the chapel at the top of Calvary Hill when you tire of the beach.
Located just off the main square in Pollença, this little hotel offers guests an informal, welcoming, and slightly funky atmosphere. This is decent, family run accommodation, at a good price, and represents very good value for money.
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