Beaches, culture and tradition
What to see in Palmanova


Palmanova is the largest town within the municipality of Calvià located in the southwest of Majorca. Home to three stunning beaches with fantastic facilities, that together equate to two miles of a white sandy haven bathed by crystal clear waters, perfect for a relaxing day with the family. Majorca’s first purpose-built holiday destination boasts a wealth of natural beauty around every corner and an abundance of activities for everyone including water sports, golf, cycling, shopping and fine dining.

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    Puerto Portals

    An exclusive haven
    Just three kilometres away from Palmanova lies Puerto Portals, a port where you can admire some of the best super yachts in the world whilst taking a relaxing stroll around the area’s luxurious shops and restaurants serving a range of delicious cuisines.


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    Beaches of Palmanova

    A kilometre of crystal-clear water
    The coast of Palmanova boasts three outstanding beaches: Son Maties beach, Palmanova beach and Playa Carregador, which accumulate to a 1km shoreline of charming crystal-clear waters. The perfect spot to relax under the Mediterranean sun with easy access to the refreshing shallow waters. The beaches also boast incredible white sand and a wealth of facilities.


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    Port of Palmanova

    An aquatic oasis

    The Port in Palmanova is a lovely area to take a stroll with the family with a number of attractions. Port O’Call boasts a wealth of restaurants serving a range of local and international cuisines, as well as a yacht club and water sports activities.


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    The best clubs
    Just a stone’s throw away from Palmanova is the town of Magaluf, famed for its nightlife and a favourite of many visitors to the island. Magaluf is home to a plethora of bars and clubs for all ages, as well as the club BCM which welcomes world famous DJs ever year.