Santa Ponça is an eminently touristic location, but it is also home to many natural and historical attractions, as well as several luxury properties and three golf courses.
Santa Ponça has two sandy beaches. The large beach of Santa Ponça is 560 metres long and has a lifeguard service and a wide range of water sports (sailing, surfing, diving, jet-skiing, etc.). This beach is perfect for families due to its crystal-clear waters, white sand, pine grove and children’s playground. The other slightly smaller beach is called Caló d’en Pallisser, known locally as ‘the little beach’, and it is 150 metres from the apartments.
For sailing enthusiasts, the Club Náutico de Santa Ponça has just over 500 moorings. It is 500 metres from the little beach and boasts a spectacular natural backdrop. It also has several restaurants where you can enjoy lunch or dinner.
A 10-minute drive away is Port Adriano, a designer marina filled with superyachts and signature boutiques. Experience luxury at our Mac / Pure Salt hotel, the 5-star Pure Salt Port Adriano, where you can enjoy a spa treatment or a luxurious breakfast, lunch or dinner.
For golf lovers, there are three internationally renowned golf courses in Santa Ponça located within residential complexes. In Nova Santa Ponça you will find Santa Ponça I, II and III, ideal for lovers of this sport.
For golf lovers, there are three internationally renowned golf courses in Santa Ponça, located within residential complexes. In Nova Santa Ponça you will find Santa Ponça I, II and III, ideal for golf lovers.
The Santa Ponça festivities comprise an extensive programme with more than 60 events, among them a mock battle between Moors and Christians on the beach, a mediaeval market and live music, all set around the large beach and the surrounding pedestrian streets. Santa Ponça (specifically, the marina) is known for being the place where the troops of King Jaume I disembarked to conquer the island in 1229. The place is marked with a large stone cross, and the event is commemorated every year during the local patron saint festivities.