Palma Nova has been purpose-built for tourists, meaning that if you are looking for a bargain holiday in Majorca that lets you party all day and all night, this is the place to come. With a huge beach and plenty of bars and clubs, there's so much to do here.
If you're looking for a buzzing nightlife, you won't be disappointed when you visit this resort. It's not as crowded as nearby Magaluf, which means it is a good destination to come visit if don't want to battle the huge crowds that frequent the neighbouring resort.
Read on for some of the best places to go for an evening of drinking and dancing.
This is the best and most popular nightclub in the resort and the perfect place to head to after a hard day sunning yourself on the beach. The lively bar has a DJ every evening to get revellers up and dancing so expect to hear some of the best tunes around.
While it is a lot smaller than some of the super clubs in Magaluf, this is the perfect place to spend the evening after a day in the sun as you sink a cocktail or two. You can also visit during the day if you fancy a refreshing pint or glass of wine.
Although the club stays open until 04:00 local time, don't be surprised if it starts to empty out earlier than this, as many revellers use it as a warm-up venue before heading to Magaluf. This is a viable option if you want to experience a few of the giant clubs like BCM Planet Dance, Mulligan's or Boomerangs.
BCM attracts some of the biggest DJs in the world and it certainly doesn't do things by half, with laser shows and foam parties keeping partygoers coming back for more. Mulligan's is the place to go if you love R'n'B and House, while Boomerangs is just as popular with people looking to let their hair down.
Alternatively, you could stick to Banana Joe's and enjoy having a less crowded dance floor to boogie on in the early hours of the morning!
The Stadium Bar
If you are holidaying with friends and want a welcoming place where you can sit, chat and enjoy a few drinks, this is the place to come. The bar hosts live acts every week night, so still has a party atmosphere, but offers something a little different from the dance music clubs.
You can also have a go at making your own music here, as karaoke is its speciality! After a few cocktails, you're sure to want to get up and rock the mic by showing off your own singing skills.
Pubs and bars
There are almost too many small bars and pubs in Palma Nova to mention them all individually, and each has its own attractions so it's worth visiting a few so you can find your holiday local.
Many of the bars here are owned by English or Irish people who visited Palma Nova years ago and never left. Many more are designed to cater specifically to a UK market. As a result, if you want to catch a football game or enjoy your favourite soap opera, you won't have to travel far to find it - and don't be surprised if you end up staying late into the night!