BALLERMANN 6 El Arenal . Playa de Palma
Mallorcas heißester Badestrand Direkt vor den Toren Palmas, liegt zwischen Can Pastilla und S'Arenal der berühmte 6 km lange feinsandige Badestrand. Unterteilt wird dieser durch die 15 Balnearios, von denen der Balneario 6 (Ballermann6) der berühmteste ist. Diverse Diskotheken, Cafés, Restaurants und Bars laden zum Verweilen und Spaß haben ein. Hier tobt das Leben rund um die Uhr. Sonnenanbeter und Partyfreaks kommen hier voll auf ihre Kosten. Wir fliegen nach Mallorca und setzen uns in El Arenal in der direkten Umgebung des legendären "Ballermann 6" ab! AUTOVERMIETUNG
Das Oberbayern ist die wohl berühmteste Diskothek an der Playa de Palma (wen wunderts? Keine 50m vom Balneario 6 entfernt) und der Treffpunkt schlechthin für Schlagerfans. Die Einrichtung ist rustikal mit langen Biertischen, auf denen getanzt wird. Hier sorgt Helmut Schafzahl und die Dominos für Stimmung. Dreimal pro Woche treten Schlagerstars auf (Jürgen Drews, Ibo, Costa Cordalis u.a.). Miß- und Misterwahlen mit gelegentlichen Stripeinlagen sorgen an den anderen Tagen für Stimmung.
Shopping: Along the seaside you can see a lot of souvenirs and clothing shops. At the beginning of Can Pastilla you can walk among some shops, in the main street. There is a market that is placed every week in the square in front of Can Pastilla Church. A few shopping malls are also available from the side of Can Pastilla beach. S'Arenal Park and Carrefour Coll d'en Rebassa are some of these important shopping centres
Playa de Palma is a superb 6 km beach just east of Palma de Mallorca and a minutes from the island's international airport. To its west is the beach of Can Pastilla and to the east is the small resort of Arenal. Strictly speaking the Playa de Palma stretches from 'balneario' number 1 at the entrance to Arenal as far as 'balneario' number 15 which marks the beginning of the resort of Can Pastilla.
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Most visitors refer to the whole beach as the Playa de Palma and there's a long promenade stretching its whole length.
The great majority of visitors to Playa de Palma are German package tourists which is reflected in the high concentration of German bars and restaurants along the whole length of the seafront. There are a few British bars around but they aren't easy to find. Interestingly as you head west from Can Pastilla the Manchester pub is one of the last bars whilst the Liverpool pub is the first British place as you enter Arenal at the opposite side of side of Playa de Palma. There's also a small selection of Dutch bars between 'balneario'
In recent years Mallorca has become a major destination for cyclotourism with an estimated 40,000 annual cyclists arriving on the island. Playa de Palma is a popular resort for cyclists where the almost traffic free road along the front is constantly filled with bicycles. Renting bikes for a day is popular and is an ideal way to get to know the area. If this seems too hectic then just jump on the motorised train that runs back an to between Can Pastilla and Arenal. Another popular activity is kite surfing which attracts many youngsters to the Playa de Palma beach where conditions are often ideal.
There are plenty nice hotels lining the whole length of the Playa de Palma
S'Arenal at the east of the Playa de Palma is noticeable more Spanish with a few British bars on its streets. It has a small beach with a marina where you get great views all the way across to Can Pastilla and to the mountains beyond Palma. The number 23 bus from Palma goes to S'Arenal and then continues on to Aqua City which is a popular waterpark nearby.
Entertainments: Daytime: any sightseeing itinerary should take in the cathedral (la Seu); Almudaina palace; la Lonja and the Arab baths, all of which are in the old centre and close to the ports . Slightly further are the hilltop castle of Bellver and the Pueblo Español (reproductions of typical buildings from various parts of Spain). Nightlife: most vibrant, and sometimes seedy, in the El Terreno district. The old centre and tree-lined avenues around it are also lively at night. A full programme of concerts, exhibitions, festivals, ballet and theatre performances is published monthly by the tourist office. ( Links ) Discos
to most resorts. Splendid connections with all the island through the motorway, just beside the town. Good city bus service that links directly with Palma and the Airport. There are a lot of available companies to rent cars, bikes, skates or motorbikes near the beach.
- Rent a car
Local Excursions: Most parts of the island can be reached in little more than an hour. Some popular ones are the Caves of Drach (Porto Cristo); Caves of Genova (Genova); Marineland (Portals Nous); Inca market (inland); Valldemosa, Deiá, and the mountains of the northwest. Recomended link (excursions)