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Port de Pollenca Beach Questions & Answers

Are there many jellyfish on Puerto Pollenca beach?

6 months ago Answer

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Derbyshire, United Kingdom
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We didn’t see any however husband got stung on the beach at Cala de Boquer. He was a bit shocked but ok!

4 months ago
Poole, United Kingdom
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we were there last September and we didn't see any

5 months ago
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I was there in October and only saw a few

6 months ago
Bristol, United Kingdom
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Sometimes during May/June. There are warning signs if they’re in the bay.

6 months ago
Worcestershire
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I was there in July and certainly didn’t see any.

6 months ago
Congleton, United Kingdom
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We saw a few small ones last July.

6 months ago
Dundee, United Kingdom
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Not that we aware of. We certainly never saw any

6 months ago
Rotherham, United Kingdom
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We didn't see any last summer, in Puerto pollensa or other beaches in the area

6 months ago
Oldham, United Kingdom
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Never in over 20+ years of sitting on the beach in port de pollenca have I ever seen a jelly fish, probably because it's in a bay, hope that helps

6 months ago
UK
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I was there last summer and didn't see a single one but I did see loads in the sea at Formentor. I'm not sure if it's a tide thing but I've not seen any other reviews which say there are jellyfish.

Personally I loved Porta Pollenca. It's not a cheap town to eat out in compared with other places in Spain but the beach is great for kids and the tide doesn't go in or out much meaning you can set up really close to the water's edge and keep an eye on the children.

6 months ago
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I never went in the it was dirty. Mind you the whole area has gone down hill in the last 10 years.

6 months ago
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