To be able to understand the present, we must look at the past. It all started in the middle of the 19th century when a Pollensan fisherman, Bartomeu, decided to build a small shelter for his boat on some land which had been given to him, and slowly but surely he continued building until deciding to establish his home on the very same land. It was that decision which gave life to what today we know as Port of Pollensa. The high pine trees, the walk which people stroll on for hours on end, each of its restaurants, cafés and ice-cream parlours…For sure Bartolome wouldn’t have been able to imagine that such a small decision would lead to so much, and even today his inheritors make sure that the first house in Port of Pollensa preserves its’ spirit and structure, to remind everyone of how it all started.

The tradition of fishing in Mallorca

Fishing has always been one of the main tools of subsistence for locals, and even more so for the inhabitants of coastal areas, and today there is still a very large variety of the very best fresh products available which end up being served in local restaurants. One of our main pillars is to give support to local producers, obtaining the very best quality produce and also helping the local economy so that we can contribute to maintaining and raising the locals’ standard of living.


Our restaurant in Port of Pollensa Can Pescador

Every day is a new opportunity to show the many people who visit us how much we care about them, and seeing each and every one of our clients smiles once they have finished eating is what lets us know we are doing a good job. Our restaurant has such fame that not only our daily visitors and residents visit us to enjoy delicious Mallorcan food, but also some of the most important figures in Europe such as the British Prime Minister David Cameron, showing where to eat in Mallorca, and also many tourists come to enjoy our charming restaurant in Mallorca, surrounded by a calm and pleasant atmosphere.

At Can Pescador we know actions speak louder than words, so why not come and savour our delicious food for your selves?