Santa Ponsa, Mallorca
  • Santa Ponsa Beach

    Santa Ponsa Beach

    The Cala Santa Ponsa Beach is just 600ft away from our Bahía del Sol Hotel. It is the main beach of Santa Ponsa, Majorca. It is reasonably large (1/2 mile). It is a protected beach awarded with the EU Blue Flag**. It has golden sand along with a beautiful promenade. Swimming in the bay is generally quite safe with no strong currents, and fairly shallow waters.

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  • Tourism

    Tourism

    Santa Ponsa is a holiday area in the south-west of Majorca, 18 kilometres away from Palma.
    Santa Ponsa derives its name from a Roman villa called Sancta Pontia. Here is where the King James the First (Jaume I) landed on September 12th, 1229 to conquer the island and take it from the Moors after more than 300 years of Muslim rule. A cross at the entrance to the marina marks the spot where Jaume I landed.

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  • Water Sports and Activities

    Water Sports and Activities

    As you would expect from a holiday in Santa Ponsa, Majorca, at the Bahía del Sol Hotel there are plenty of sports activities available. There are three full size golf courses located only minutes away from the town. Water sports in Santa Ponsa include diving, water-skiing, mini cruises, scuba diving with oxygen tanks, surfing, sailing and pedal boating.

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  • Nightlife

    Nightlife

    Santa Ponsa nightlife is a lively affair with many bars, pubs and clubs near the Bahía del Sol Hotel. There are live music bars, discos and a great many Irish bars where the fun never stops. Santa Ponsa is also a family resort so don’t expect the all night discos that are available in Magaluf or Palmanova. Santa Ponsa is located only ten minutes from those vibrant party towns so a day and night out in both should be experienced.

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