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Bars & Restaurants in Pollensa, Majorca Where to eat and drink. For great reviews and comments on bars, cafes and restaurants. Do give locations if possible.

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Old 28-07-2006, 21:26
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Staying at the Playa Mar top end of the pine walk in a couple of weeks. I'm OK with the 20-30min walk into town but most reviews say there are no bars or eateries virtually all the way. Could someone please tell me if this is accurate or are there a few watering holes along the way.
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Old 28-07-2006, 21:27
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Woolford,

Not a great deal, first you would have the Hotel I'll Dor, a bit more expensive but fantastic views, then Bar Katy/Little Italy, right next to each other, a little bit further on once you reach the Coral/Laroc( Laroc very good). A bit further on you're then spoiled for choice.

It would only be 30 mins if you were taking a stroll,the walk itself is timeless, will seem more like 10 mins.

The Bonanza bar is nearer and gets good reviews,but i don't know if they only seve snacks.
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Old 28-07-2006, 21:33
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Forgot to mention Los Pescadores just past Little Italy!
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Old 28-07-2006, 22:12
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Bonanca supermarket also great for your croisants and emsimadas in the morning

Also the new( ish) store formentor on Bellresguard has fresh bread cooking all day long and will do a lovely filled baguette for about 3 Euros for lunch

Morning coffee at the Illa D'Or shouldn't be missed

I promise you the walk won't feel loke a chore ...... it really is a pleasure and in my opinion the nicest walk in the world

Oh and to add to Smiddy's list ......... Hotel Bahia for a nightcap to break the journey is also a good bet

And if for any reason you don;t fancy the walk, it is only 5 Euros in a taxi
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Old 29-07-2006, 23:18
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Hi ............ Bar Bonanca (Bonanza) does meals as well as snacks. Not a huge menu but good. Excellent pool area if you fancy a change from Playa Mar. A jug of Sangria late afternoon at Bar Katy on the Pinewalk is a fine way to spend an hour or so. As the others have said, it's probably one of the nicest 15 -20 minute walks you could ask for, and there are a few watering holes to fend off dehydration.

Cheers, Mick
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