One day in Santa Ponsa

Santa Ponsa is a paradise place to live in Majorca

Living in Santa Ponsa

Santa Ponsa is a family resort on the South West coast of Majorca very popular in the Real Estates in Majorca , in the municipal district of Calvia, close to Magaluf and Palma Nova. The very popular holiday resort of Santa Ponsa, along with its more infamous neighbours Palma Nova and Magaluf, are all part of the municipal district of Calvia on the south west coast of Majorca/Mallorca approximately 20km, or 12 miles west of the capital Palma.

Santa Ponsa Villas is a modern complex of apartments in Majorca, located in a privileged position only 300 metres from the centre of Santa Ponsa. Renovated in 2013, this four-star all-inclusive hotel is located in a beautiful spot on Santa Ponça Bay, Costa de la Calma, Majorca. Holiday makers to Majorca should take care to protect their skin from the strong sun.

Santa Ponsa derives its name from a Roman villa called Sancta Pontia. Although much of your holiday in Santa Ponsa will be spent on the beach, there is plenty to see and do, such as walking around the pretty town, taking boat trips, going for walks to experience amazing panoramic views and exploring the rest of Majorca, such as Palma, which is just 18km away. Nice and comfortable villa with private swimming pool and tennis court, located in the idyllic village of Santa Ponsa.

There are lots of villas and apartments that are situated near the hills and provide great views of the surrounding areas. If you're hoping to bring the golf clubs or have a practice swing while in Majorca, Santa Ponsa is a great spot. Framed by hills and sitting prettily on a pristine beach, Santa Ponsa is one of Majorca's best resorts... 

Located at roughly 20-25 minutes driving from Palma's airport (20km west of Palma de Majorca) it can be easily reached by taxi or bus , which leave every 35 minutes throughout the day from Palma to Santa Ponsa.  Located around a large bay, it has an array fabulous private villas and interesting spacious apartments on secluded edificios.

Santa Ponsa has plentiful restaurants and eateries serving local Majorcan, Spanish, Chinese, Italian and Indian dishes. The town is cheerful, easy going and is essentially a family resort, although little now remains of the original village that was Santa Ponsa before the onset of mass tourism in the early 1960′s. The resort is popular with people from Germany, the Netherlands, Ireland and Great Britain, many of whom own villas and apartments on the hills either side of the bay.

All things considered, the town is cheerful, easy going and is essentially a family resort, although little now remains of the original village that was Santa Ponsa before the onset of mass tourism in the early 1960's. The Villa Red Santa Ponsa has a total floor space of 375 m² and with a total of five bedrooms can accommodate up to ten people. Diese schöne Luxusvilla im Nobelvorort Nova Santa Ponsa verfügt über 4 Schlafzimmern mit herrlichen Badezimmern.

Beautiful Mediterranean villa with stunning views over Santa Posa. The resort is ideal for families and those seeking a more exciting Majorca holiday and being near to Palma, there is plenty on offer to experience and enjoy!

Deia Village - Mallorca (Majorca) A blue, ochre, olive green and brown colored village in the north of Mallorca, once home to Robert Graves and now a millionaires hideaway. Join us on our annual sell-out salsa holiday to the stunning Island of Majorca for a fabulous week of SALSA & SPORTS with Kizomba, Bachata and other dance styles included! Flawless attention to detail combines with hand selected materials to create an extraordinarily stylish and contemporary oasis in the unique villa in Santa Ponsa is located near Puerto Adriano.

This video includes views of the lovely Hotel Isabella including the sunbathing areas and swimming pool, as well as the town sea front, shops, bars, road, landscape, hillside terraces, villas, hotels and finally the sandy beach, which is full of sunbathers and swimmers. Majorca became part of the Kingdom of Aragon following James's conquest, and was later annexed to the Kingdom of Spain A cross at the entrance to the marina marks the spot where James landed. The villa is very nice, quite new and modern, it have a good location with walking distance to Santa Ponsa…