Globales Verdemar Apartments

The Globales Verdemar Apartments overlook the sea and is perfect for families. They’re smartly designed, with a Mediterranean theme running throughout. Each apartment has a kitchenette, but an a la carte restaurant is available if you fancy a night off.

Out front, the pool has widescreen sea views and plenty of loungers and parasols you can use to escape the heat. The pool bar serves snacks and an indoor bar shakes up a mean cocktail.

Overview of Santa Ponsa

Santa Ponsa has been a favourite holiday destination with Brits for decades. It’s easy to see why, too. On the south-west coast of Majorca, you get the best of this beautiful island’s glorious beaches and its year-round warm weather.

Most holidays to Majorca revolve around the beach, and Santa Ponsa really delivers when it comes to sandy shores. Whether you’re looking for a spot to enjoy peace and quiet with a good book or somewhere you can get out on the open waters, you’ll find it all within a couple of minutes of the Globales Verdemar Apartments.

Things to do in Santa Ponsa

When you stay at the Globales Verdemar Apartments, you’re only a short stroll from Santa Ponsa’s beautiful beaches. Expect to find soft sands, high-octane water sports and plenty of bars where you can stop for a drink and soak up the view.

The centre of Santa Ponsa is around a 10-minute drive away from the hotel. Here you’ll find lively nightlife spots. Bars and restaurants also offer a range of family-friendly options in the evening, including cuisine that will suit even the fussiest eaters. After dinner, the pubs and clubs come into their own, so you can find child-friendly acts or spots where you can dance until dawn.

With a distinctly British feel, Santa Ponsa has a home-away-from-home feel. A place where you can relax and unwind before partying the night away, there’s something for everyone in Santa Ponsa, which is why guests return to the Globales Verdemar Apartments year after year.


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.