Santa Ponsa, on the south-west coast of Mallorca, is a thriving and busy holiday resort. This site is dedicated exclusively to the resort.
If you have already booked your holiday to Santa Ponsa then hopefully our website will give you a feel of what is in store, and we hope the site acts as a useful aid to your visit.
If you haven't booked your holiday yet and are still thinking about it then have a look around the site and then decide for yourself. Santa Ponsa is a great resort and you will not be disappointed. Whilst it is 'buzzing' from May to mid-October each year, it is a lot quieter in the Winter months but for those of you who want to enjoy some sun and have a relaxing and peaceful Winter break, then Santa Ponsa is for you. There are bars, cafes and restaurants open so you will have somewhere to go during the day and at night.
Once you have made your choice and decided that Santa Ponsa is for you then you can book your accommodation online from this site by comparing hotels, availability and prices on our hotels page You can either do it yourself, and book flight and hotel independently or book a package with Jet2 Holidays.
If there is anything you still want to know check out our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page. If the answer to your query is not there then feel free to e-mail us with your query. Hopefully we will, be able to answer it - having lived in Mallorca for more that 24 years, and owned a property on the island since 1987, I am sure we can.
For useful information on essential holiday facts like using the phone, posting a letter, duty allowances etc go to our useful information page.
From our site you can book your flights to Palma, arrange your accommodation, hire a car, or arrange a transfer from Palma airport.
As this site celebrates its 17th year in 2016, we would like to thank all those people who have supported us over the years, and to all you people who have visited the site and made some, kind, useful and constructive comments - thank you, and please keep them coming.
To see what Santa Ponsa looked like in 1950 before the tourist boom, check out our gallery page.