Globales Playa Santa Ponsa

Everything at the Globales Playa Santa Ponsa is geared towards families. At the centre of a grassy terrace, there’s a large pool and a smaller option for kids. There are also lots of sunloungers and trees that provide welcome shade for little ones. When anyone’s hungry or thirsty, there’s a pool bar.

When it comes to meals, a buffet specialises in local and international dishes. There’s also a pizzeria that opens at various times throughout the day. For evening drinks, there’s the lounge bar and the al fresco pool bar. The hotel also regularly puts on shows and musical performances in the evening.

Overview of Santa Ponsa

If you’re looking for a holiday to Majorca where you can keep most of your home comforts, Santa Ponsa is the perfect destination. The resort has a long-standing reputation as being a favourite for Brits who love the long stretch of sand and the glorious sunshine.

Santa Ponsa is a paradise for beach lovers, and when you stay at the Globales Playa Santa Ponsa, you’re only a short stroll from the sand. The clear waters surrounding the beach also make the resort an ideal destination for snorkellers and divers.

Things to do in Santa Ponsa

The Globales Playa Santa Ponsa is an ideal base for exploring the lively Santa Ponsa. It’s just minutes from the beach, so you can hop between the sea, the sand and the hotel pool easily.

Santa Ponsa is also a hotbed of history – for something different, head to the spot where King James I of Aragon landed in 1229.

In the evening, a 20-minute walk will take you to The Square Santa Ponsa. This large open-air venue hosts different live shows every night and is bordered by restaurants, bars and shops.

From the second you arrive in Santa Ponsa, you’ll understand why it’s so popular. With its idyllic sands, family-friendly activities and historic attractions, it’ll soon become your favourite holiday spot, too.

Resort Summary

The clear waters surrounding the horseshoe bay make it an ideal location to snorkel or dive and get to know the underwater locals, with some truly stunning aquatic flora and fauna on offer.

Santa Ponsa’s convenient location is a mere 20 minutes’ drive from Palma, the main hub and airport for the island, while the surrounding cove offers sheltered waters perfect for a relaxing getaway or sun-soaked family holiday to Majorca.

On dry land, the beach itself is a pristine belt of soft sand, just begging for visitors to while away the days sunbathing on its shores. Elsewhere, Port Adriano underwent considerable investment and extension in 2007 and is now home to the super-yachts of the rich and famous, providing an impressive spectacle close by.