Santa Ponsa Holidays
Santa Ponsa is a popular holiday resort in Majorca, Spain and is just one destination in our selection of cheap, All Inclusive holidays to Majorca. Santa Ponsa holidays are popular because of its Blue Flag winning beach; imagine miles of golden sand and crystal clear waters. Boutiques, cafes and outdoor restaurants are found on the promenade for lunches in the sunshine and afternoons spent souvenir hunting.
Temperatures are in the low to mid 20s (°C) in the autumn and winter and are in the mid 30s (°C) in the spring and summer.
Santa Ponsa is served by Palma Mallorca Airport (14 miles away).
Book a cheap holiday to Santa Ponsa with Airtours for awesome beaches, friendly locals and a range of fun holiday activities like horseback riding and golf.
Glide across the striking blue waters and explore the coastline of Majorca, by renting out a kayak and spending the day checking out the sights from the water. If you’re a bit of an animal lover, then you’ll get a buzz riding up a storm with the local riding school. Santa Ponsa is a great resort if you’ve high energy levels; Santa Ponsa has a busy tennis court and a beach front brimming with water sports. Once you’re all worn out, be sure to rent yourself out a parasol and sun bed and reward yourself with a chilled drink and tasty ice cream cone on the beach.
Gallop along the sandy beach front, taking in the stunning scenery. Horseback rides are a fun and popular activity available in the local area. The local ranch has lessons for beginners and has exciting obstacle courses for talented riders. Horseback riding by the sea is a great holiday memory for the kids to cherish and can also be a romantic experience just for two.
Enjoy the water and sunshine with friends and family by renting out a kayak and hitting the south west coast of Majorca. This combines adventure with a good bit of exercise, so you can come away looking toned as well as tanned. Kayaking makes for endless hours of fun and is pretty easy to pick up with the local guides and teachers on hand to help you boost your skills. The double kayaks also make for a nice holiday venture for the hopeless romantics.
Santa Ponsa is a good place to visit if you like to spend your days doing fun activities, so you have some stories to tell when you head home. The Santa Ponsa Tennis Club is a good place to visit if you want to keep active and let the kids blow off some steam. The tennis club holds local tennis tournaments, which are perfect if you want to relax and munch on strawberries as you soak up all the action. Santa Ponsa also has some good golf courses, if you’re looking for a relaxing afternoon in the sun. In addition, the resort also has a range of water sports; just head down to the beach and take your pick from skiing, windsurfing, scuba diving and more.
Active holiday goers: If you like to cram your holiday schedule with lots of interesting activities then get out to Santa Ponsa, where you’ll find golf courses, horse ranches and tennis courts to keep you busy all holiday long.
Daytrip adventurers: If you like the sound of sailing in the sunshine or taking a boat tour out to the mysterious islands, then you’ll love staying in Santa Ponsa, with its busy marina.
Beach explorers: Dive deep into the ocean with the local scuba diving tours, collect seashells by the ocean with your kids or grab lunch on the beach in one of the cafes along the promenade.
Language: The official language of Santa Ponsa is Spanish.
Currency: The currency used in Santa Ponsa is the Euro.
Local time: Santa Ponsa is one hour ahead of UK time.
Fly to: Santa Ponsa is 14 miles away from Palma Mallorca Airport.
Flight time from UK: Flight time is around two hours.
Tourist Information: Further Santa Ponsa tourist information can be found at http://www.majorca-mallorca.co.uk/.
Visa & Health: Before you travel, visit https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel- advice/spain/entry-requirements for recommendations and advice on visas and health for your holiday to Santa Ponsa.
Temperature: The weather is warm and sunny all year. High 30s (°C) in July and August and mid 20s (°C) in the winter, autumn and spring.
Best time to visit: Santa Ponsa temperatures reach the high 30s (°C) in the summer and are in the mid 20s (°C) in the winter, autumn and spring.
By train: Hop on board the train and admire the view.
By taxi: Taxis are readily available and quite cheap.
By hire car: Organise a hire car either before you visit or once you arrive.
By bus: Plenty of cheap buses are available in the area.
History buffs: The ‘Fiestas del Rei en Jaume’, is a nod to the 1229 conquest of King Jaume and includes thrilling re-enactments of the conquest. The Fiestas del Rei en Jaume takes place in September.
For merrymakers: ‘Rocio’ is a five day religious festival, renowned for its lively festivities, with drinking, dancing and heaps of delicious local grub. ‘Rocio’ takes place in May.
Tennis lovers: In June, you can catch the ‘WTA Mallorca Open Tennis Tournament’; an exciting tennis event that has been known to host Wimbledon pros.