Palma Nova boasts over 100 different restaurants and cafes. Before Palma Nova’s tourism boom it was a small fishing village. The town’s fishing port is still in operation today and it brings with it a delicious array of fresh and local seafood. If seafood is not to your liking Palma Nova is also known for its several mouth-watering pizzerias, not to mention its wide range of British, American and Chinese restaurants, amongst other popular cuisines. All Inclusive holidays to Majorca can often include hotel meals, but evening dining is a must, on an island with such authentic and delicious cuisine.
For the most luxury package holidays in Majorca, Palma Nova offers many choice rooms and in an ideal locations – and because it is purpose built, there are many last minute holidays to Majorca available throughout the year.
Nights out on the town
Palma Nova’s nightlife scene is lively, but is considered fairly quiet in comparison to party central Magaluf next door. You’ll still find night clubs, cocktail bars and several British- and Irish-run pubs around town, such as The Prince William Pub, but nights aren’t so wild and you’ll still be able to get a good night’s sleep here. Pubs and bars here are much more family friendly, especially in the early evening, and there’s plenty of entertainment to keep you amused after dinner.
If you are looking for a crazy night out, 18-30s hotspot Magaluf is just a short walk, or a few minutes’ drive if you’re staying at the far side of the resort. Palma Nova has the best of both worlds – Magaluf is close enough for you to spend every evening partying, but you know you’ll be coming back to Palma Nova at the end of the night for a quiet and restful night’s – or morning’s – sleep.
One of the most popular family or group destinations in Palma Nova is Golf Fantasia. This massive world of mini golf has three different 18-hole courses and you don’t need to be a professional golfer to have fun.
All three courses are surrounded by stunning scenery with trees, caves and waterfalls so you can play a round of mini-golf as you walk through the beautiful natural setting of Palma Nova.
Shop til you drop
If you’re looking to spruce up your wardrobe or do a little souvenir shopping for friends back home, Palma Nova has you covered. There is a large commercial shopping centre in town that sells clothes, electronics, souvenirs and other treasures you didn’t even know you were looking for.
If you are staying in self-catered accommodation you’ll find supermarkets selling a good variety of drinks, snacks and food. For a little more high-fashion shopping hop on the bus to the nearby capital city of Palma, with its boutiques and Spanish brands as well as a few you’ll know.