Santa Ponsa enjoys a picturesque location in a sheltered cove in the south west of Mallorca.
A major holiday destination for over 40 years, Santa Ponsa is popular with sun seekers and fun seekers who come to enjoy over 300 average days of sunshine each year.
The long, sandy beach and clear waters attract water sports enthusiasts and a deep water harbour, Port Adriano attracts the super yachts of the rich and famous.
Jaume l landed in Santa Ponsa in 1229 to being his conquest of Mallorca and a large cross above the marina records the event. The Santa Ponsa Beach has been awarded a Blue Flag for cleanliness and facilities and is backed by a seafront promenade, lined with bars and restaurants.
One of the main events in Santa Ponsa is the Fiestas del Rei en Jaume which is held at the beginning of September and includes the re-enactment of the Christians and Moors battle.
Sailing and boat trips are also popular in the town.
*PN = Per Night