Superb sunbathing and water sports galore!
Late deals to Palma Nova will take you to the southern region of Majorca, the largest of the Balearic Islands, and its first purpose built tourist destination.
One of the oldest and most popular resorts in Majorca, Palma Nova is just a 20 minute transfer time from Palma airport, making this an ideal family destination. Party people also descend on Palma Nova year after year for its buzzing nightlife of bars and discos, but no clubs, they are reserved for neighbouring Magaluf where you can party until the sun comes up.
Palma Nova has three fantastic beaches, Son Matias, Es Carregador and the blue flag beach of Playa de Palma Nova, all offering superb sunbathing and water sports galore. For the adventurous, try paragliding or take a fast ride round the bay on an inflatable fastened to a speed boat! The long stretch of promenade links the beaches together and boasts a huge choice of bars and restaurants, ensuring Palma Nova holidays are very varied. Accommodation is varied and has something to offer every budget, with all inclusive options giving a relaxing break or self catering apartments offering you the chance to sample the many menus, from vast international cuisine to fast food outlets.
Quick Palma Nova Tips
The currency used on Palma Nova holidays is the Euro
The time difference between the UK and Palma Nova is GMT + 1 hour
There are no visa requirements for UK passport holders for travel to Palma Nova
Flying from the UK to Palma Airport (PMI), Majorca takes approximately 2 hours 15 minutes
Transfers from Palma Airport to Palma Nova usually take around 20 minutes
From Picasso and Cezanne to dolphins and sea lions!
The largest mini-golf course in Majorca can be found when you spend your holidays in Palma Nova. Golf Fantasia will keep adults and children amused for hours with over 50 quirky holes hidden amongst a tropical landscape. Take a boat trip from what used to be the original harbour and view the magnificent coastline from the sea. Aqualand Magaluf will make sure you have a splashing day out with rides for all the family. Go-karting gives the chance for a little competitive rivalry as you race round the track, Marineland at Portals Nous offers the chance to see dolphin and sea lion shows, or for an afternoon of culture, take a trip into the capital Palma to see the Museum of Modern Art with works by Picasso and Cezanne.
Wednesday is the day for bargains as the weekly market comes to town. Shopping in Palma Nova is usually touristy and souvenir orientated, with Palma itself being a better option for more upmarket shops. Palma Nova is an exciting and vibrant holiday destination, with plenty of fun for all the family. Book cheap last minute holidays to Palma Nova online here at Latedeals.co.uk.
Top Places To Visit
Step back in time as you visit Majorca's oldest village. The Carthusian Monastery takes centre stage here, which once welcomed affluent guests including Polish composer Chopin. Concerts are still held throughout the summer in his honour.
Inca is known as Majorca's 'leather town' and is also home to the largest market on the island which hits town every Thursday. It's also worth visiting a leather factory whilst you are here where you can buy quality souvenirs.