Playa s’Arenal is a 210 metres long beach in continuation of the nearly five kilometres long beach Playa de Palma, which stretches from Ca’n Pastilla to s’Arenal.
Playa s’Arenal differ from the rest of Playa de Palma, as only s’Arenal has beautiful palm trees all over the beach, which gives the beach a tropic look. The beach is very wide and the fine white sand shelves gently into the sea.
The beach is very popular, so you have to get there early in order to get a spot close to the shoreline.
Playa s’Arenal is child-friendly- it is wide and shelves gently into the sea. Although, during July/August the space for playing close to the sea is limited.
Playa de Arenal has all kinds of water sports including water ski, jet ski, banana-riding, pedal boats and paragliding.
There are plenty of restaurants, cafés and bars along the beach promenade. It is possible to park for free in the streets behind the beach. Normally you will find a free space within 200 metres from the beach.