Pollensa. 5 km inland of the port.
This pretty little port town has lovely views of the water and old-world charm, plus a weekly market on Sunday morning. Climb the Calvari, a stone staircase with 365 steps. At the top is a tiny chapel with a Gothic wooden crucifix and a view of the bays: Alcudia and Pollensa, and Capes Formentor and Pinar. Almost opposite the turnoff to Ternelles is Pollensa's Roman bridge.
If you enjoy twisty, scenic roads to nowhere, pack a picnic and drive to Cap de Formentor, north of Puerto de Pollensa. The road threads its way among huge teeth of rock before reaching a lighthouse at the extreme tip, where the view is spectacular. One of the best ways to see Puerto Pollensa is walking by the Pine Walk, a pedestrian promenade lined with palms and pine trees, from which the walk takes it's name, that crosses almost all the resort.
Lluc. 20 km southwest of Port de Pollenca.
The monastery in the remote mountain village of Lluc is widely considered Majorca's spiritual sanctuary. La Moreneta, also known as La Virgen Negra de Lluc (the Black Virgin of Lluc), is here in the 17th-century church. The museum has an eclectic collection of ceramics, paintings, clothing, folk costumes, and religious items. A boys' choir sings salms in the chapel every and the Christmas Eve performance is an annual choral highlight.