Free to Explore
As one of the first resorts in Majorca, Palma Nova has lived a history long enough to turn it into a metropolis of buzzing excitement.
The resort’s outstanding Blue Flag beaches standing at the forefront of the most popular things to do, and can offer both lively and relaxing atmospheres, depending on your choice of beach. For the most tranquil beach, lie back on the Playa Es Carregador, while for a more bustling experience head to the main Playa de Palmanova Beach.
Whenever visitors are not soaking up the famously warm Mediterranean sun rays there is a bubbling commercial shopping centre, numerous great restaurants to sample and a number of local theme parks, some of which have accessible experiences to enjoy.
The food in Palma Nova touches upon the entire spread of budgets and tastes, with offerings of local cuisine, international specialities, fast food and snacks at every turn.
Palma Nova is seen by many to be the slightly less extrovert sibling of Magaluf, so while the nightlife offers a cavalcade of bars and nightclubs they do not carry the same raucous energy of its neighbour, and boast a slightly more laid back experience.
Transfer time from the airport is approximately 30 minutes.