The Calvari consists of 365 steps, one for every day of the year, which lead up to a small church which is at the top of the hill. It is one of the most emblematic places of Pollensa, both for its ancientness and for the tradition hidden behindit, all Pollensans feel it’s a part of them.
The small church was built at the end of the 18th century and its steps were built between the 19th Centuri and the beginning of the 20th century. The first residents on the hill were templaries, and today we still celebrate the fall of the Cross of Jesus Christ at Easter. On this same hill you will also fins the three crosses of the viacrucis, which are centenary.
From the highest point you can observe spectacular views of Pollensa, and also see part of Sa Pobla and Port of Pollensa.
You really want to visit this beautiful place, don’t you? That’s precisely why we wish to be at the foot of it, so it can be much easier for you to get strength before you go up the stairs, or to be able to relax when you come back down them.
So now you know, if you wish to mix visiting with pleasure, don’t hesitate to visit the Calvari and discover what eating in Pollensa is like.