Santa Ponsa
One of Mallorca’s most developed and busy seaside resorts, Santa Ponsa is close to the island capital, Palma, and offers all the amenities for a fun beach holiday. With three local beaches, a busy promenade and lively nightlife, it fits the bill for all ages and stages, with the added bonus of a colourful festivalmore
Little Dublin - David. Date of travel: Jun 2010
Santa Ponsa its self very good. Good restaurant in the town are Mrs Murphys and Boston o' Bradys good value. On the other side of the bay you have Crocadillos and Fat Sams but get there early or you will have to wait in line to get in.
Fab - going again nex year - Rachel. Date of travel: May 2010
Fab - going again nex year
I don't really have bad points for Santa Ponsa. I went with my sister for my birthday it was very easygoing and relaxing but there was also a great night life you just have to find the right places flamingos is a great Irish bar and Manhattans is a great club with great offers there is plenty of shops and stalls to buy whatever you need and the beach is great - loads of space and very peaceful.
Santa Ponsa is very charming if not a little run down - Gary. Date of travel: Aug 2009
The beach in Santa Ponsa is lovely, but its not very large. Heaps of Irish youngsters converge on the resort for July and August so can be a little overbearing but they're fun and harmless and mostly polite so don't worry. The weather is nearly guaranteed hot and there are plenty of bars to cool down in. The nightlife is good here, and there are many restaurants to choose from. We ate our breakfasts in a place called Rendezvous, nice people there very chatty. We ate in Rafters, and many of the restaurants either side of the beach. One place that we did eat and drink in and would advise you to stay well clear of is The Dubliner bar and restaurant opposite the Deya appartments, it was awful. OVERPRICED AND DIRTY. However once avoided expect to enjoy your holiday and take in the charm that is Santa Ponsa.
Eating Out In Santa Ponsa - Kevin. Date of travel: Aug 2009
After travelling to Santa Ponsa for past 5 years my favourite restaurant would have to be Rafters. Known widely for the best Sunday Roast in town along with a choice of other Internetnational dishes. * Tip * Visit www.raftersrestaurant.com and print your 10% discount voucher. After some great food and wine and great prices we always end up in the Lucky Lep for a few pints afterwards.
Santa Ponsa lovely beach - Elaine Funnell, Inverness. Date of travel: Feb 2009
Loved Santa Ponsa, it's got great beaches and brilliant bars. Loved the Irish bars (even though I'm a Scot) great fun and great Guiness! Santa Ponsa is nowhere near as hectic as Magaluf where we were last year. It's just a nice beach resort where you can chill out on the sand and have a nice meal out in the evening without coming across hoards of people. Perfect. We visited the marina and often walked along the promenade trying to burn off the calories from all the food we'd eaten!
Great laugh - Maureen. Date of travel: Oct 2006
Had a great time in Santa Ponsa - loads of laughs and spent lots of time at Kittys, met great people. Brill club and great music, drinks not too pricey either. nice relaxing time on beach - some really good restaurants too which we all enjoyed. Lots of other Irish arounf like us. Beach not too crowded but nearing end of season I guess. Did a really good boat trip though and other than that, relaxed and went out.
Hotels in Santa Ponsa User Rating
4-Star Hotels
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Bouganvilla Apartments | * * * * * |
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3-Star Hotels
Hotel Delfin Mar | * * * * * |
Club Santa Ponsa | * * * * * |
Acorn Pionero Santa Ponsa Park | * * * * * |
Barcelo Jardin Del Mar | * * * * * |
Delfin Siesta Mar | * * * * * |
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2-Star Hotels
Golf Beach Hotel | * * * * * |
Acorn Playa Santa Ponsa | * * * * * |
Bon Repos Hotel | * * * * * |
Deya Apartments | * * * * * |
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