Golf Fantasia is a mini golf where you can play 1, 2 or all 3 of the available courses. It's open till very late in summer; you play along ponds thru caves over bridges with ducks, fish, turtles, birds, there is even a cafe/bar where food ,ice creams and drinks are served. It's situated just off the seafront behind Abracadabra Pizzas. Ask in your hotel or apartments about tickets to play - they often cost less than paying on the gate.

All along Palma Nova are shops selling excursions and tours across the island (just be aware some of these do include a 90 minute presentation of health care products or pearl products or even bedding items read the small print before you book or ask an half day excursion to Valdamosa for euros 15; it isn't such good value if you have to spend 90 minutes of it stuck in a room listening to them selling you things).

From Palma Nova, a lot of things are within easy reach to spend the day out. A short bus or taxi ride away is Marineland with animals and shows even a kiddie's play pool so don't forget to take your costume.

Now open is the House of Katmandu, between Palma Nova and Magaluf. It's a walk around attraction with mysteries, etc.  Good to look at.

Down at the far end of Magaluf are 2 water parks: Aqualand, and the Wild Western World Water Park both, within 5 mins of each other. You can also go karting in the same area and these 3 places can easy be reached with a walk or by bus or taxi.

On the seafront are kiosks that sell boat trips, a various range are available from short 2 hours trips in the glass bottom boat to half day excursions with food and drink included, to full days out with swimming and snorkelling.

Down in Magaluf is the Pirates Adventure - a swashbuckling night time show with audience involvement, food and drinks is all included in the price from soft drinks to sangria, wine, and if you pay extra to go the quarter deck you even get champagne. The food is basic: sausage, chicken, salad, coleslaw, bread, and ice cream for dessert, but a great nite out.

Most hotels and apartments can book you a great night out at Son Amar, a fantastic cabaret of music, magic and singing and incredible lighting effects with excellent food and drink and transport included in the price which is approximately 58 euros. 

You can also go horse riding in the Palma Nova area. Moonlight Riding caters for any person experienced or not. If you don't like horses, you can ride in the sangria wagon and follow the riders round with all the food, sangria and soft drinks. After the riding has finished you get a meal of pork and chicken with salad, chips, and bread with ice cream dessert and to finish off the night a live band with line dancing to country and western music.

Markets are a big part of Mallorcan life with various markets held across the island. The main one being Inca Market on Thursdays. It is famous for leather goods. You do need to book a place on a trip to the market or go by car or bus. The market lots of people go to is Andraixt, held every Wednesday. You can get there by service bus from Palma Nova. They have a variety of stalls. Markets in Mallorca generally start at 8 am and finish around 1 pm.

In Magaluf on rough ground in the summer season, there are car boot sales, which are much the same has they are at home but bargains can be found. To find it just go down the street where the Fiesta Jungla and Sahara are situated and cross the road you will see it from there. This car boot sale is on Saturday mornings