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Playa de Palma lies at the east end of the Bay of Palma and is the resort closest to the airport. Its position is between C’an Pastilla in the west and El Arenal in the east and it is ten kilometres from the capital, Palma. The three resorts almost merge into one and are joined by a wide promenade which has a mini-train running along it between the resorts. The beach offers a variety of water sports and there is provision for many leisure activities in the area. Playa de Palma has numerous bars and restaurants catering for most tastes. Although there are no night clubs, bars and discos provide lively entertainment.
A Playa de Palma holiday offers a guarantee of summer sun in a resort that provides a sandy beach, water sports, bars and restaurants and a smattering of shops. Its proximity to neighbouring resorts and to the capital, Palma, enables it to share their more wide-ranging facilities.
Playa de Palma is popular with people of all ages. The beaches attract many families with small children while the wide ranging sporting facilities draw those looking for a more active holiday. Its closeness to the capital and to El Arenal is an added attraction for the eighteen to thirty age groups.
The holiday season in Playa de Palma lasts from the end of April until late October with temperatures ranging from the twenties to the mid thirties.
Playa de Palma is sandwiched between two resorts that are very popular with German tourists, El Arenal and C’an Pastilla, who are looking for sunny days and lively nights. Playa de Palma is a more relaxed resort where families can enjoy the beach, with its gently shelving sand offering safe bathing for children and weak swimmers. The waters are crystal clear providing ideal conditions for snorkelling and scuba diving.
The promenade behind the beach extends from to C’an Pastilla in the west and El Arenal in the east. There is a mini-train connecting all three resorts.
Playa de Palma has a number of very convenient ‘balnearios’, or beach huts, along the sand. These provide showers and toilets as well as having a kiosk serving cold drinks and snacks.
There bars and restaurants serving a wide variety of food catering for most tastes. Although the nightlife is lively, eighteen to thirties may wish to take the mini-train along to El Arenal which has many more discos and clubs.
There is a regular bus service into the capital where those with an appetite for shopping will surely be satisfied.
Attractions in the area include the Fantasia mini-golf near El Arenal. Here you will find three eighteen hole crazy golf courses set in a landscape of pretty gardens, caves and water features offering fun for all the family. There is also a daily display of birds of prey in the gardens. El Arenal is also home to Majorca’s largest water park offering excitement for all ages groups.
Although Playa de Palma has no real nightclubs, it has many discos and karaoke bars which stay open long into the night where those who wish can dance until the early hours of the morning. Evenings are generally much more relaxing than those found in the neighbouring resort of El Arenal. Some of the restaurants along the water front provide the setting for those looking for a more romantic occasion.
In Playa de Palma, as in most of the island’s resorts, there are very many gift and souvenir shops where you can purchase your holiday mementos. There are markets in nearby C’an Pastilla with the usual array of leather goods, jewellery, embroidered linens and glassware.
For serious shoppers a trip to the island capital, Palma, is essential in order to visit the many boutiques, specialist shops and its craft market.
Playa de Palma has a large number of restaurants serving a variety of food and catering for most tastes and pockets. It has everything from a la carte menus to fast food outlets and from pub food to traditional Majorcan fish restaurants. Local wines are pleasant and inexpensive. The restaurants along the promenade are pleasant places to eat while watching the sun go down.