Busy Sundays (and any other day) create one big problem, parking. We get asked this often, so, focusing on Pollensa this week, here is a map and mini-guide to help. The biggest tip of all: Get to Pollensa early on Sundays!
Can Conill The main carpark opposite the children’s playground. Entrance on C/Donnes de Can Sales. Complete nightmare on Sundays. If you’re not there before 9am, look elsewhere.
Renault GarageNot exactly clear from Google maps, if you take the little path up behind the Renault Garage - opposite the Repsol Petrol Station, you will find go-to carpark number 2. It’s dusty but it’s big.
Overspill #1 Located between the cockerel roundabout and Plaza Monument, this vast patch of grass is available for parking and is mainly used when the carparks are full. Enter along the main road, if it happens to be rainy, expect to get muddy.
King of carparks Compared to the rest, this is parking luxury. Spacious, kind of new and complete with electric charging points, this is the carpark of dreams. It’s at the Sports Centre but the walk into the centre is not as bad as it seems, the zebra crossing and footpath will lead you straight into town. Enter on the Ma-2200 or Ma-2202.
Overspill #2Hidden from view, this might be your last chance before you start hunting for the elusive street parking. On the way to the Joan Mas primary school is a sizeable and dusty carpark. Find the C/de Tito Cittadni and take the second right onto C/de Sor Flor Ricomana. Keep going onto the little Cami del Cementeri and you will find it on your right.