The sun rests idly over the quiet town of Palmanova while azure waves brush gently against the heated beach-sand, escorted by a cool breeze coming in from the Mediterranean Sea. Located in the heart of this picturesque region, just west of Majorca’s capital, the OLA Hotel Panama lets you unwind and relax under a clear blue sky, with the beach just a few minutes away. An elegant hotel where modern chic is paired with glistening white, minimalist façades, guests can enjoy the welcoming interior, as well as the outdoor terrace that surrounds the large swimming pool. Splash about at your leisure or lounge on one of the many deck chairs.
The town of Palmanova and its wider region offer plenty of things to do and see if you decide to venture further afield. Explore the many watersports available at the beach nearby, visit the action-packed Western Water Park and Katmandu Park, or visit the many sights, shops and charming cafés in the capital of La Palma on a day trip away from the hotel. On your return, you can enjoy a delightful buffet dinner at the restaurant, which serves a wide selection of local treats and international dishes, before retreating to your spacious room, where you can watch the sunset over Majorca and the Mediterranean Sea from the privacy of your own balcony.
The largest of the Balearic Islands, Majorca is divided between the white beaches, luxurious resorts like Ola Panama Hotel, vivacious nightlife and urban charm on the southern side of the island, and the wild, jagged painting of sharp seaside cliffs, mountainous ridges and azure coves in the northern part. Start your exploration of Majorca from the top of Bellver Castle in Palma. Perched on top of a hill north of the city, it offers panoramic views of the area below and the mountains rising in the background.
Walk along the seafront until you come to the majestic Majorca Cathedral and the Royal Palace of L’Almudain. Among other stunning places to experience in Palma, remember to visit the surrealist Joan Miro Museum, the beautiful buildings around Plaça del Mercat and the Pueblo Español museum.
Outside the capital, you can explore the breathtaking Drach Caves near the city of Porto Cristo. Small boats will take you through the lit-up caves where numerous stalactites hang from the ceiling. Regardless of what brings you to Majorca, you’re guaranteed to find something new and enchanting about this sun-swept destination.