Introducing holidays to Palma Nova
If you’re after a beach resort with plenty of fun activities going on, Palma Nova holidays should tickle your fancy.
Located on the stunning Spanish island of Majorca, Palma Nova is the perfect mix of relaxation and activities, combined with vibrant nights out on the town. Bordered by the party resort of Magaluf and the upmarket resort of Puerto Portals, a holiday here ensures that you can experience both the upbeat and the laid-back elements of the island. Whether you want to paint the town red or enjoy a fun-filled family experience, holidays to Palma Nova provide the perfect getaway for a variety of holidaymakers.
Located on the beautiful Spanish island of Majorca, Palma Nova is the perfect combination of vibrant nightlife and quiet relaxation. Bordered by the busy town of Magaluf, a holiday here is perfect for those who want to experience laid-back island life by day and lively parties by night. Palma Nova is famous for its beaches – it has three that run the length of the bay and continue all the way to neighbouring Magaluf. Whether you want to dance until dawn or enjoy a fun-fuelled day with the family, you’ll love the variety of things to do in Palma Nova.
Life’s a Beach
With a promenade stretched along the beach and luxury yachts bobbing along the shore, the top things to do in Palma Nova definitely include enjoying this ideal spot to relax. For the perfect way to recharge your batteries, venture down to the seafront and book a boat trip from the island. Glass-bottom boats are an unusual way to view life beneath the ocean’s surface without getting your feet wet. To add a touch of luxury to your holiday, set sail on a luxury catamaran. A great way to top up your tan, you’ll enjoy peace of mind as the boat navigates its way around the Mediterranean Sea before sailing back towards the port. A trip on the open waters provides the perfect finale to an amazing holiday.
Action and Adventure
Thrill-seekers will love the wealth of sports and activities on offer. One of Palma Nova’s attractions is its crystal-clear water, making it an ideal location for adventure diving. Explore a menagerie of marine life as you dive deep beneath the sea, journeying your way through abandoned shipwrecks and enchanting caves. For those with a real sense of adventure, coasteering is sure to get your pulse racing. An epic combination of swimming, rock climbing, caving and abseiling, this is not an activity for the faint-hearted! Swimming through caves, abseiling down gushing waterfalls and edging your way through rocky boulders – this is an adrenaline ride to make your holiday unforgettable.
For a holiday that caters for the entire family, look no further than Palma Nova. The area is home to a variety of waterparks, activity centres and family-friendly attractions. Whether you’re on holiday with the little ‘uns or you’re simply trying to entertain big kids, there are plenty of things to do in Palma Nova. One of the most popular Palma Nova attractions for children is the Pirates Adventure, based in the outskirts of Palma Nova. An entertaining dinner show with a pirate themed story, this action-packed musical event will transport you to a magical world of thrills, comedy and swashbuckling fun.
If you’re looking for something a little more relaxed, however, try your hand at one of Majorca’s best mini-golf courses at Golf Fantastia. Set in Palma Nova’s spectacular tropical gardens, the course is concealed within a labyrinth of caves, waterfalls and lagoons. This attraction provides an unusual way to enjoy an afternoon of sport alongside the whole family.
Although Palma Nova is not as lively as the neighbouring party town of Magaluf, it certainly has its own charm. An array of nightly entertainment, including karaoke, live music and club nights, can be found on the main strip. One of the most popular places to dance the night away is at Banana Joes, a disco bar with a resident British DJ. For a great atmosphere and classic dance tunes to really get you in the party mood, it is just a short hop over to Magaluf, allowing you the perfect opportunity to sample their clubbing delights from dusk until dawn. If you prefer the laid-back vibe of Palma Nova, take a walk down to the promenade to some of the stylish pavement cafes. A world away from the beachfront’s busy pubs and clubs, you’ll be able to enjoy a quiet drink and relaxed ambience while admiring the sunset behind the Mediterranean horizon.
For breath-taking vistas and a cool island breeze, Palma Nova is the go-to Majorcan resort. This vibrant town is home to many beautiful, beachside properties and restaurants serving up delectable dishes day and night. Whether you plan on topping up your tan, indulge in the nearby water park in Alcudia or explore the spectacular countryside surrounding the resort, you’ll find a great base in Palma Nova. Wake up to the sounds of the sea, only 200 metres from the nearest beach, in an all-inclusive dream hotel catering to couples and families alike. You’ll never be too far away from the golden beaches, sunshine, or a delicious and authentic meal during your Palma Nova holidays.
Palma Nova Beach offers sun, sand and sea right in the heart of the resort, with calm, clear waters that are perfect for days of swimming and splashing around. Visit the water parks with the whole family for a day guaranteed to keep a smile on everyone’s face, or check out nearby Cabo Blanco for unspoiled water delights. Make sure to take some time to explore the surrounding countryside on foot or by bike for gorgeous views of the island and the Mediterranean, before returning to the beach for some snorkelling and jet skiing. If you fancy a different beach setting, head to the island’s gorgeous east coast to resorts like Cala Bona or Cala Millor.
Wine and Dine
Many of Palma Nova’s best places to eat and drink can be found in the centre of town, alongside its many shops and bars. Here, a variety of food is available– from British-inspired fish and chips to delicious seafood restaurants and steakhouses, there’s something for even the fussiest of eaters! For an international flavour, head to one of the many Spanish tapas bars, or try the Indian, French or Mexican restaurants dotted around the town. A great place to visit is the Ibiza Restaurant on the seafront, serving traditional Italian food in their candlelit gardens. With comfortable seating and a great view across the sea, it is the perfect place to grab a cheeky mojito or two as the sun sets.
In the evenings, relax and indulge in some delicious world cuisine. You can choose from Chinese to Italian cuisine, or try fresh seafood and traditional dishes of Spain like tapas in one of the many cafes and restaurants overlooking the bay in Palma Nova, or pop to the nearby resort of Cala Mayor for even more culinary variety, before hitting the bars and clubs in Magaluf.