Santa Ponsa Holidays

Majorca’s wild west

The very best destinations combine relaxation with a raft of activities, allowing you to chill on the beach one day and seek an adrenaline rush the next. The town of Santa Ponsa, on the western coast of Majorca, is very much that sort of place. With Santa Ponsa holidays you’ll never have a dull moment. Its beaches are well set up for either swimming or water sports, and the resort’s west-facing orientation means reliably spectacular sunsets, the perfect scene-setter for an evening cocktail.

And although its nightlife is not quite as lively as nearby party-central Magaluf, it still has plenty to keep you entertained in the after-dark hours. As for daytime activities, there are opportunities for crazy golf, forest visits, scuba diving and boat trips exploring the surrounding beautiful coastline, meaning holidays to Santa Ponsa have plenty of choice for everyone.

Your Santa Ponsa questions, answered

Playa de Santa Ponsa is popular, sandy and backed by trees. You’ll find a quieter beach in a sheltered cove just a 15-minute walk away.

There’s plenty to keep you busy on or off the water, including golf, tennis and bungee-trampolining, as well as diving, snorkelling, water skiing and jet skiing.

The main street, Carrer Ramon de Montcada, runs from a small square in town down to the shore, and features live-music venues, restaurants and nightclubs that stay open until late.

Best things to do in Santa Ponsa

Take a boat trip

Regular boat trips, often with onboard bars, depart from Santa Ponsa to explore the coast, with plenty of stops so you can dive into the sea.

Go on an adventure

For a high-octane excursion, join a quad-bike safari into the Tramuntana Mountains, riding along winding rural paths and taking in the spectacular views out to sea.

Head into the woods

Nearby Jungle Parc is a shady inland forest with 134 platforms built high up in the pines, offering treetop adventures for all ages and abilities.