The origins of Pollença date back to the middle ages, when Mallorca was still part of Al-Andalus and it was known as Bullansa.
The first buildings appeared in the area now called Carrer Antoni Maura and Joan Guiraud. Following the conquest of the island by Jaume I in 1229, the town was under Templar rule. The parish church became the centre of the town and houses were built around it as far as the Sant Jordi church, built in the XVII century.
The town has a wide range of cultural venues and events, including art galleries, handicraft shops and musical events...