Playa de Palma
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Playa de Palma is the name of the
part of the Bay of Palma, which is located between the two holiday
Ca'n Pastilla and
The entire area is called Playa de
Palma, but actually consists of the three coalesced holiday resorts
Sometimes, Las Maravelles and Ses Cadenes.
Playa de Palma beach
The lovely Playa de Palma beach is 5-6 kilometres long and has
several wide areas. The sand is fine-grained and the water deepens
The beach has many sections with sun
lounges and sunshades and there are lifeguards, showers and toilets
several places along the beach. Even though there are a lot of
people, there is always room.
Behind the beach, there is a nice,
wide sea front with approx. 15 beach bars called balnearios. At the
sea front, there is also a wide variety of restaurants, cafés and
You can park in the streets behind
the beach, where you are usually able to find a free space.
Except for its great popularity during the high season, the beach is
very well suited for children of all ages. The water is shallow.
You will find all types of water sports activities, including
parasailing, banana boat, water skis, windsurfing and jet skis. The
snorkelling conditions are not very good here.
There is a fine selection of restaurants, cafés and bars. Not least
the 15 identical balnearios, which are evenly distributed along the
entire beach. Here you can buy drinks, ice cream and fast food.
Playa de Palma resort
The entire area from Ca'n Pastilla to S'Arenal is one large
continuous holiday resort. The nicest neighbourhoods along the beach
are located in the central part of the bay, where there is more
space between the hotels.
Right here, the popular Spanish hotel
chain Iberostar has three fine 4-star hotels, for instance the
family-friendly Royal Playa de Palma
, which is located right next to the lovely sand beach.
The area has some popular activities,
such as the Palma Aquarium and the Aqualand water park, and the city
Palma de Mallorca is only a short bus ride away.