: Puerto Pollenca
Situated on the edge of the green and wooded foothills of the Tremuntana Mountains, the village of Campanet's one claim to fame are it's amazing limestone caves, said to house the longest stalactite in the world!
The village also has two bakeries and a well-stocked supermarket, whilst the sunny church square has a number of simple bars and small shops, there are also two or three bars that serve tappas or simple meals, but Campanet remains a peaceful backwater, virtually untouched by tourism so it's useful to be able to speak a few words of Spanish...
Old Pollenca is no more than a 20 minute drive, whilst for serious shoppers, the town of Inca, famous for it's leather goods, is a little over 10 minutes drive. The attractive hill village of Selva is a similar distance and has a restaurant above the church square, enjoying marvellous panoramic views all the way to the coast.
The nearest beaches at Puerto Pollenca or Alcudia are approx. 25 minutes drive.