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Average price (weekend night)
The average price for a weekly Palma Nova vacation rental found by KAYAK users in the last 2 weeks is C$ 717.
The average price for a monthly Palma Nova vacation rental found by KAYAK users in the last 2 weeks is C$ 3,072.
in Palma Nova you’ll find that most vacation rentals are apartments.
There are a number of dog and pet-friendly Palma Nova vacation rentals, with around 5% allowing you to bring your pet along with you.
KAYAK users have found vacation rentals in Palma Nova for as cheap as C$ 58 in the last 3 days. The average price is C$ 102.
In the last 72 hours, users have found Palma Nova vacation rentals for tonight for as low as C$ 97.
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You’ll find a variety of Palma Nova holiday rentals located close to one of the white sandy beaches on the island. If you want to stay on Son Maties, you’ll find holiday homes such as Sol Lunamar Apartamentos and Playas Ca's Saboners within walking distance. Apartamentos Calablanca and Apartamentos Las Palomas are a short walk away from Playa de Palmanova.
When looking for a family-friendly location for you and your loved ones, rentals close to Palma Nova beach are some of the best options. You’ll find properties like Martinez Apartments and Apartamentos Las Palmeras located a short trip down the road from this beach.
Typically, if you’re renting a property in Palma Nova, you’ll find that the closer you get to the beach, the more expensive the property is. For the most affordable rates, try booking accommodation more inland and further north. The further away from Magaluf, the cheaper your rental. Palma Nova rentals like Alper Apartments are closer to the main road and generally cheaper than other properties.
Palma Nova is located a short trip away from Magaluf and there isn’t much separating the two, although Palma Nova is more relaxed and doesn’t offer the same quality of nightlife you can expect to find in Magaluf. However, during the busy months, there is barely any difference. If you’re looking to experience the more relaxed side of the country, with the option of nightlife when you want it, Palma Nova is for you.
Self-catering in Palma Nova, or Majorca as a whole, allows you to explore the local cuisine by sampling a variety of dishes from local restaurants rather than relying on your accommodation. Explore traditional dishes like tumbet, fideua and some of the locally sourced fresh fish.