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This charming small town on the south west coast is just a stone’s throw from Majorca’s clubbing capital, though Santa Ponsa refuses to sit in Magaluf’s shadows. Boasting golden sandy beaches and pretty tree-lined promenades, it’s no wonder Santa Ponsa has been a popular spot since the 1950s. There’s also an eclectic mix of nightlife here.

The main Blue Flag beach is a stunner with its silky sands are separated from the nearby pine woods by a promenade, where you’ll find plenty of places to drop and relax. There are even a few jet skis to hire should you fancy a little adrenaline rush.

Port Adriano, a newly-built deep-water harbour right next to Santa Ponsa, has really started to attract the gleaming super-yachts of the rich and famous. For a touch of glamour and a taste of the high life enjoy one of the restaurants or bars in this lovely marina.

In the unusual boutiques and shops of the Carrer Ramon de Montcada and its surrounding streets you’ll find stylish leather bags, beachwear, cut-price perfumes and traditional Majorcan straw baskets. In the summer, stroll through the crafts market in the balmy evenings, soaking up the atmosphere as you’re entertained by street performers.

Perfect your pitch and putt at Golf Santa Ponsa, which has been host to the European Tour six times. Follow in the footsteps of Ballesteros and Montgomerie as you make your way through 18 holes with a stunning backdrop. The Club House is also worth a visit with a great restaurant and relaxing pool.

There are some beautiful homes in the hills surrounding the bay and with horse riding, boat trips, sailing and tennis available there is plenty to do if your other half is out on one of the many golf courses.

During the summer month’s this popular resort can be very busy and if you are here during September you can enjoy the two-week fiesta that commemorates the battle between the Moors and King James of Aragon. After King James’ conquest in 1229 the area became part of the Kingdom of Aragon and later part of Spain.

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