Location:The name Playa de Palma refers to the approximately 6 km long beach on the south coast of Mallorca, which moves in the bay of Palma from Can Pastilla to S'Arenal in the east. In addition to the two endpoints are still the hotel quarters Sometimes, Las Maravillas and Ses Cadenes. Characteristic of the Playa de Palma are the in uneven distances on the beach and the wide beach promenade distributed 15 numbered beach bars (balnearios), which serve in addition to their gastronomic function and orientation. The narrower Playa de Palma extends approximately from Balneario 5 to 9 and belongs administratively to the city of Palma. The area of Balnearios 9 to 15 counts to the district Can Pastilla, which also belongs to Palma. Balneario 15 is designed wheelchair friendly with all necessary installations and access to the sea. The area of Balnearios 1 to 4, east of the Playa de Palma, is already the village of S'Arenal, which also belongs to the Playa de Palma.
Playa de Palma is also a good starting point for things to do. The city center of Palma can be easily reached by public transport, the airport is nearby and there is much to discover in the area. Visit one of the many restaurants, cafes or bars on the promenade or go shopping in one of the countless shops. Whether it's water sports or bicycle tours, there really is something for everyone.