Beaches, culture and tradition
What to see in Santa Ponsa


Santa Ponsa, located in the southwest of the island of Majorca, is a truly delightful destination which is popular for family holidays, especially during the summer months. Part of the reason for its popularity is the vast array of day and night-time activities. You can visit some of the best beaches and coves on the island and in the evenings, you can indulge with an endless plethora of trendy bars, delightful restaurants and lively clubs.

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    Caló d'en Pallicer

    An enclosed oasis
    Caló d’en Pallicer is a stunning cove that can be found in between the main beach of Santa Ponsa and the Yacht club. Characterised with a U shape, this cove is relatively small, boasts golden sands and is surrounded by a wealth of pine trees.


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    Playa de Santa Ponsa

    A popular tourist beach
    The fantastic beach of Santa Ponsa boasts a fine white sand and crystal clear water, perfect for a refreshing dip in the Mediterranean Sea. This lively beach that features encompasses the fun under the sun atmosphere which both tourists and locals bring.


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    Santa Ponsa Flea Market

    Discover so much to buy

    The market in Santa Ponsa takes place every Saturday morning along the beachfront. Visitors can find a wealth of beautifully made crafts and jewellery as well as locally grown produce at this fantastic weekly market, perfect for your family holiday souvenirs.


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    Malgrats Islands

    A beautiful natural reserve
    The Malgrat Islands are two small natural sanctuaries that face Santa Ponsa, a tranquil shelter compared to its fun-filled neighbour. The islands have been declared a marine reserve due to their extraordinary beauty and the diversity of animal life.


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    Landing cross

    A bit of history

    This monument consists of a sculpture in the shape of a tower with a cross at its tip and was created in 1929 to commemorate the landing of the troops of King James I in Santa Ponsa in 700 and their conquering of the island.