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Holidays to Palma Nova, Majorca

Think of Palma Nova as Magaluf’s slightly quieter sister, just as lively but without the main strip of clubs and bars. Palma Nova was purpose built to attract incoming package holiday tourists in the 1960’s. People began to flock here and it has since grown from a quiet resort to the thriving and busy town that it is today.

Largely connected with Magaluf, Palma Nova is independent enough to be able to offer a relaxing peaceful break around the soft, white sand beaches, yet it is close enough to Magaluf so that you can party the night away if you wish to do so!

Palma Nova is a great place for families, with plenty of fun activities to keep everyone entertained. The water is also shallow enough to let the kids have a swim and a snorkel while you relax on the beach in the warm Mediterranean sun.

LANGUAGE Spanish
CURRENCY Euro
TIME DIFFERENCE GMT +1
FLIGHT TIME London: 2 hrs
COST OF A BEER Around €2.50
3 COURSE MEAL Expect to pay €8-€12

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