Ola Panama

The Ola Club Panama is the ideal base in Palma Nova: close to three sandy beaches, local restaurants and lively nightlife.

At the centre of the hotel is a pool and sun terrace peppered with loungers and parasols.

At the restaurant, buffet meals will keep the whole family happy with a menu of international food and local specialities. But if you get a bit peckish between meals, there’s also a snack buffet.

To keep everyone happy, the entertainment team organises daytime and evening activities that the whole family will love.

Overview of Palma Nova

Holidays to Majorca attract visitors who return year after year. The largest of the Balearic Islands, Majorca offers a variety of destinations and resorts to suit any mood. No matter which you choose, sun, sea, sand and sangria are guaranteed.

The Ola Panama is in Palma Nova, surrounded by beautiful beaches, long promenades and quiet hotels. But it’s not all quiet and serene, here – Majorca’s capital, Palma, and its party destination, Magaluf, are both close by.

Loved by families looking for fun in the sun, the long and sandy shores of Palma Nova provide activities and restaurants galore.

Things to do in Palma Nova

When you stay at the Ola Panama, you’ll fall in love with the location, as all of Palma Nova’s best bits are within walking distance. During your stay, you’ll have the choice of three sandy beaches, and the closest is just a two-minute walk down the road. Each of these beaches has a different personality, so choose one that suits your mood.

In the evening, you’ll find plenty of nightlife. A number of popular family-friendly bars and restaurants are even on the same street as the hotel.

If you’re looking for somewhere livelier where you can dance until dawn, Magaluf’s centre is a 20-minute walk or a five-minute taxi ride away.

Palma Nova is perfect for families of all ages. During your stay here, you’ll fall in love with this calm resort, its picture-perfect views and its tranquil waters.


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.