Senses Santa Ponsa

The adults-only Senses Santa Ponsa is perfectly placed for beach days. But you won’t even have to leave the hotel for a dip because the property is home to a whopping six pools!

Bali beds and loungers are dotted around the edges of the pools in the main area and there’s a waterside bar that serves drinks. There’s also an indoor pool and guests in the Premium section get a rooftop swimming spot, too.

The buffet restaurant comes with show-cooking stations and Spanish classics are served alongside international options. There’s also an a la carte eatery nestled into the pretty gardens and cocktails are served in the luxe-looking lounge bar.

Overview of Santa Ponsa

Santa Ponsa is a favourite destination with Brits searching for holidays to Majorca. Visitors love the idyllic stretches of sand that line the shore, but stays at the Senses Santa Ponsa don’t have to be tranquil because the resort has activities on tap.

Vessels regularly leave the harbour to take people on boat trips around the island, while golfers are spoilt for choice when it comes to world-class courses. When you stay in Santa Ponsa, every day will be different to the last.

Things to do in Santa Ponsa

Playa Santa Ponsa is only a short walk away from the Senses Santa Ponsa, so it’s easy to lounge on the beach and work on your tan. Behind the huge sweep of chalky-white sand, there’s a generous offering of restaurants and bars. The sea is a great place to snorkel or meet the underwater wildlife.

The centre of Santa Ponsa is a hotbed of history and to this day you can see the monument to King James I of Aragon. When you want to explore Santa Ponsa’s nightlife, there’s a great selection within a 10-minute walk.

In Santa Ponsa, you can enjoy a holiday at a pace that suits you.


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.