H10 Casa Del Mar

The H10 Casa Del Mar is in a family-friendly area of Santa Ponsa, and it’s only footsteps away from the resort’s main beach. The pool is in the centre of the property and is fringed by sunloungers and parasols. Nearby, a pool bar serves snacks. On the chillout terrace, there’s an infinity pool exclusively for adults.

Main meals are dished out in the buffet restaurant. There are even show-cooking stations where you can watch a chef cook your food directly in front of you. In the evening, tribute bands, bingo and magic shows all feature on the entertainment schedule.

Overview of Santa Ponsa

With a long-standing reputation as a favourite location with Brits looking for holidays to Majorca, Santa Ponsa has all the amenities you need for a holiday in the sunshine.

The main attraction in Santa Ponsa is the idyllic stretch of sand that lines the front of the resort. The horseshoe bay is a paradise for beach lovers and relaxation seekers but there’s also plenty for adventurers, including snorkelling and diving spots.

As the landing spot for King James I of Aragon in 1229, the town’s also great for culture vultures and history lovers. With a stay at the H10 Casa Del Mar, you’re never short of things to see and do.

Things to do in Santa Ponsa

You’re only a few metres away from the beach when you stay at the H10 Casa Del Mar. Water sports are everywhere you look here but for something more relaxing, you can take a boat tour around the island.

You’re also in a great nightlife spot. There’s a selection of restaurants, pubs and bars five minutes’ walk down the road. You’re also close to Santa Ponsa’s main nightlife strip where family-friendly restaurants line up alongside Irish pubs, themed bars and discos.

With refined relaxation spots and activities on tap, Santa Ponsa is a real family favourite. You’ll want to return again and again.

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.