Palma Nova Holidays
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When: The best time to travel to make the most of the atmosphere is between June and September. The adolescents that usually haunt the nightclubs of Newcastle or Brighton will be out in their hundreds, so if you’re looking to kick start a relationship or two, this is the time for you.
Where: Anywhere in the resort that suits your budget. You can stay in a luxury hotel or a self-catering apartment – whatever takes your fancy.
Why: Well, seeing as it’s rubbing noses with Magaluf, this is the ideal location if you’re looking to let down your flowing locks and bagging yourself a great tan.
When: Anytime from June to September when the sun is at its hottest and the resort is at its busiest. Guaranteed fun is on the agenda – how could it not with the number of fun-seeking youngsters out there?
Where: There is a great selection of hotels in Palma Nova, fantastic for groups, including Ola Club Panama and Waikiki Palma Nova Apartments. So, grab your mates and get booking!
Why: Because Palma Nova provides you with nights to remember that you just know you’ll be reminiscing when you get back home! Try not to do anything too embarrassing…
When: This depends on whether you want to relax and have a quiet holiday or be joined by the crowds of holiday makers! Personally, we’d recommend avoiding the flock of the crowd and heading out a bit earlier – May would be our choice.
Where: Some of the hotels in Palma Nova offer you the serenity you will want on your romantic break. These hotels include Hotel Sol Mirlos Tordos and Sol Cala Blanca.
Why: A resort that provides, romance, fun and relaxation all in the same area has got to be good – and Palma Nova is!
When: We wouldn’t recommend Palma Nova as the best choice for families – it is close to Magaluf after all. But, with gorgeous sunshine and plenty of frolics to get amongst in, there is definitely a lot of fun to be had here, and the kids will love the nearby water parks and theme parks.
Where: Head to the south east of Palma Nova – you’ll be further away from Magaluf so there’ll be less crowds and more room to make sandcastles!
Why: We wouldn’t recommend Palma Nova as the best choice for families – it is close to Magaluf after all. But, with gorgeous sunshine and plenty of frolics to get amongst in, there is definitely a lot of fun to be had here, and the kids will love the nearby water parks and theme parks.