Globales Palma Nova Palace

During your stay at the Globales Palma Nova Palace, you’ll find yourself surrounded by three superb beaches, where you can enjoy the Spanish sun in style. The aptly-named Nova Palace is a sizeable affair and comes equipped with a large pool, with poolside bars and a snack bar to keep you satisfied throughout the day. If want to do some exploring further afield, take a 10-minute walk to the award-winning Blue Flag Beach in Magaluf, or head to the beautiful cathedral in Palma and enjoy a glass of wine al fresco. Whether you’re holidaying with friends or family, Palma Nova offers a warm welcome and a range of things to discover, including restaurants, shops, water parks, and beaches.

Overview of Palma Nova

Holidays to Majorca wouldn’t be complete without spending your time in versatile Palma Nova, located near the party town of Magaluf and the historic setting of the island’s capital in Palma. A stay at the Globales Palma Nova Palace places you right in the heart of the action. It’s the perfect spot for couples and families looking for a little Mediterranean sunshine with a dash of white-sandy stretches of beach. You can enjoy a Spanish beer – or two – in one of Palma Nova’s many bars, or embark on a boat trip across the Spanish seas. This place really does have a bit of everything!

Things to do in Palma Nova

First things first, if you’re a lover of sunny climates, golden beaches, and a huge choice of restaurants, the Globales Palma Nova Palace is the perfect location for you. The short-walk to Magaluf is worth the trip if it’s nightlife that you’re after, and you’ll find plenty of quieter restaurants along Palma Nova Beach, where families can spend a quiet evening. Just over a mile away is the Western Water Park – perfect for children looking to enjoy a day of exhilaration. The historic city of Palma is only a short-drive away, for a full day out of exploring, including the stunning cathedral you’ll find there.

Resort Summary

Palma Nova has three white, sandy beaches, the longest and most popular of which being Playa Carregador. This European Blue Flag-winning beach is 600 metres long and runs up to Palma Nova’s busy harbour.

There’s tons of space here for families to set up camp and the shallow, warm water is great for the little ones to do some splashing around in. There are even a few playgrounds at the rear of the beach to keep the kids occupied while you soak up the rays. This beach is ideal for water sports and you’ll find scuba diving groups, snorkellers and glass-bottomed boats making their way across the sea.

The two other beaches are Playa Palma Nova and Son Maties, both are also Blue Flag winners so are clean and have great facilities, plus there are parasols and sun loungers for rent. Son Maties has a few bars and restaurants along the promenade offering delicious drinks and a solid view of the Mediterranean Sea.