Best Nightclubs in Majorca

Majorca is known for its vibrant nightlife scene, with some bars and clubs staying open until sunrise. If you're planning a trip to this popular Spanish holiday destination, you'll want to check out some of the best nightclubs on the island. Here’s our top five recommendations that’ll ensure you have an unforgettable night out in Majorca.
Majorca illuminated buildings at night

1. Rockefellers Disco, Palma

Location: Camí Cala Major, 2

Open: 8pm to 4am Sun-Thurs, 8pm to 5am Fri & Sat

Ascend the brightly illuminated steps from the street to reach the swanky bar and dancefloor. This iconic nightclub has been entertaining party-goers for over four decades. With three rooms that play different music genres, you're guaranteed to find the perfect spot to dance the night away. The club's legendary status is evident as you enter the doors and see the walls covered in gold discs - a nod to the many famous musicians who have performed here over the years.

Recommended hotels for your Palma holiday

3 star: Hotel Araxa

4 star: Hotel Palma Bellver, Affiliated by Meliá

2. La Havana, Cala Millor

Location: Av. del Bon Temps, 25

Open: 10pm to 6am daily

If you're looking for a lively atmosphere with a touch of sophistication, then La Havana is the club for you. Situated in the heart of Cala Millor, this stylish venue offers a range of music genres, including RnB, pop and house. The club has a spacious dancefloor and an outdoor terrace where you can relax and soak up the lively atmosphere. If that wasn’t enough, the club's location means you can enjoy a fantastic view of the beach while sipping your drinks.

Recommended hotels for your Cala Millor holiday

3 star: Hipotels Don Juan

4 star: Iberostar Cala Millor - Adults Only

3. BCM Mallorca, Magaluf

Location: Avinguda de l'Olivera

Open: 11pm to 6am Fri & Sat only

BCM Mallorca is often described as a superclub, and for a good reason - it can host up to 7000 people at once. From international DJs to foam parties, this club offers a range of experiences that you won't forget in a hurry. Their state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems mean you'll have an immersive experience from start to finish. There’s regular themed nights, so keep an eye on their website and social feeds for what they have planned.

Recommended hotels for your Magaluf holiday

3 star: Cook's Club Calvia Beach

4 star: Melia Calvia Beach

4. Banana Nightclub, Alcudia

Location: Av. Tucà, 1

Open: 10.30pm to 5.30am daily

Banana Nightclub is renowned for its vibrant atmosphere and excellent music selection. The resident DJs provide sets in electronic, urban and Latin. It boasts a spacious dancefloor and an outdoor terrace with comfortable seating - perfect for people-watching or taking a break from dancing. If you’re visiting for a special event, you may be tempted to reserve a spot in the VIP area.

Recommended hotels for your Alcudia holiday

3 star: Sea Club Alcudia

4 star: Iberostar Ciudad Blanca

5. Boomerang Nightclub, Magaluf

Location: Carrer Miguel Altoaguirre, 3

Open: 11pm to 6am (summer only)

If you're looking for a laid-back atmosphere, then Boomerang Nightclub should be on your list. Boomerang offers a mix of music, including chart hits and dance anthems. It’s not the biggest club in Majorca, but that doesn't stop you from dancing until dawn. But as it’s located in the heart of Magaluf, your night out doesn’t have to start or conclude here.

Recommended hotels for your Magaluf holiday

3 star: BH Mallorca Adults Only

4 star: Dreams Calvia Resort & Spa

Top Tips

 Cala Millor beach at night

Clubbing in Cala Millor is a world away from a night out in Newcastle. Here are our top tips to ensure you make the most of your holiday, while staying safe and complying with local laws.

• Arriving around opening time might mean the dance floor is a bit quiet, but you can avoid long queues.

• Check out the club’s social media feed for what’s happening each night. If you’re into indie rock you might want to avoid their acid house event!

• In the summer the overnight low can be above 20ºC, so it’s important to stay hydrated, especially if you like to down shots.

• Carry ID. This isn’t just to verify your age, you’re legally required to be able to produce it if requested by the police. Leaving it at the hotel might result in a visit to a police station.

• Smoking bans in Majorca don’t just cover indoor areas, they can also include outdoor terraces and beaches.

• In Magaluf and Playa de Palma organised pub crawls have been outlawed, while off-licences must close by 9.30pm.

• Don’t be tempted to cool off in the sea after a night out. Drinking and swimming aren’t a good combination and thieves will be on the prowl for valuables left on the beach.

Edmund Myerscough

About the author

Edmund Myerscough loves exploring new destinations. His favourite holiday, so far, was a trip to the Balkans that included Dubrovnik, Mostar and Kotor.