Magaluf holidays

There’s so much more to Magaluf than just its party reputation. There are beautiful beaches, a relaxed atmosphere and lots to do, which makes it perfect for families. You’ll never be bored here, with plenty of waterparks and water sports for all ages and tastes. Whether you want a thrill or to soak up some beautiful scenery, you can find something that suits you. If you’re heading to Magaluf in search of the nightlife, the strip is a buzzing hotspot of music and colour. It’s one of Majorca’s clubbing hotspots, which can be made even better by picking up the MCP (Magaluf Club Pass). This will give you free access to the best clubs and bars on the strip, saving you money and guaranteeing good times.

Things to do

Start the day by spending some time relaxing on a sun lounger, swimming in the crystal clear waters or chilling out on the soft, sandy beach. When you’ve got the energy, hit the water sports centre and hire some water skis or challenge your mates to be the last one standing on the banana boat. On a really hot day, take the bus to the local waterpark and check out the water slides or float away on the lazy river. In Magaluf, nights out start early and finish late. Head to the Strip for pre-drinks and games at the five bars in the Magaluf Club Pass; Bananas, Boomerang, Carwash, Tokio Joe’s and the pre-club bar called Icon.

Famous nightlife

Magaluf is home to one of the best party atmospheres in all of the Mediterranean. Anyone who heads here on holiday must be willing to sacrifice a good night’s sleep for a long night of partying. Prepare yourself for themed nights, karaoke nights, foam parties and massive club nights at the best clubs in Magaluf – you’re in for the time of your life. 

Great beaches

After all that partying, you’ll be looking for somewhere relaxing to recover the next day. Luckily for you, Magaluf is blessed with a stunning stretch of coastline, with soft, white sand and swaying palm trees. You can pick the perfect spot on the beach and dose up on vitamin D whilst catching some much needed Z’s. Or try any of the great water sports available to you, such as jet skis and banana boats.

Lots to do

Aside from the beach and the nightlife, you’ll find plenty of other exciting ways to fill your time in Magaluf. There are loads of great activities in the area such as waterparks and theme parks if you fancy a fun day out. Two that certainly aren’t to be missed are Katmandu Park, with its interactive rides and games; and Western Park waterpark, with its fast-paced rides and excellent dive shows.

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26-30 ℃

Visit in July or August for long, sunny days.

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Magaluf is best for...

Beach lovers: Head to the lively promenade to enjoy top water activities, or chill out on a sun lounger.

Friends: Make some holiday memories by stopping off at the best bars, relaxing by the pool and visiting the strip.

Clubbers: Pick up an MCP (Magaluf Club Pass) for free entry to the best bars and clubs and access to exclusive performances.

Fast facts for Magaluf

Language: The language spoken is Spanish.

Currency: The currency used is the Euro (€).

Local time: Magaluf is 1 hour ahead of GMT/UK time.

Fly to: Palma Airport, which is about 1 hour away from Magaluf.

Flight time from UK: The flight time to Magaluf is 2.5 hours.

Tourist Information: Further tourist information can be found at https://www.illesbalears.travel/.

Visa / Health: Before you travel, visit www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain for recommendations and advice on visas and health for your holiday to Magaluf.

Balearics Sustainable Tourism Tax: You’ll need to pay a Sustainable Tourism Tax which has been introduced by the Balearic Government to help with environmental and tourism improvements. The charge is between €1-4 per person per night, plus 10% VAT, subject to change, and varies based on the official star rating of your accommodation. Children under 16 won’t have to pay and guests staying for more than nine nights will receive a reduction. For further information please click here

 

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Getting around Magaluf

By bus: For only a few euros per trip, you can travel around Magaluf. This is a great way to visit neighbouring resorts to explore the beaches, or a cheap way to get to popular attractions such as the waterpark.

By taxi: Taxis are easy to come by on your Magaluf holiday, which are generally affordable for short journeys. A taxi from Palma Airport to your hotel will take approximately 30 minutes. Taxi ranks can be found in the centre of the resort.

Events in Magaluf

BH Mallorca: This is the place to be if you’re looking for a non-stop party this summer. Formerly Mallorca Rocks, BH Mallorca is home to STAGE, which brings you all the big names, such as Steve Aoki, Tinie Tempah and Craig David. But the fun doesn’t just start when the sun goes down. There’s plenty to do here during the day too, including the hotel’s very own adult-only waterpark.

MCP: The Magaluf Club Pass, known as the MCP, is your one-way ticket to an amazing time. The MCP gives you free access to five of the best bars on the strip including Boomerang and Tokio Joe’s. From paint parties and foam parties, to performances from the music scene’s most famous acts, you can make your party holiday one to remember while saving money with the MCP.

Magaluf weather

Temperature: Summer averages of 26-30°C.

Best time to visit: Visit in July or August for long, sunny days.

If you’re a sun-seeker, the summer months of June, July and August are the best times to visit Magaluf. Temperatures can be very warm, so if you’re travelling with little ones you might prefer the cooler months of May or September, which will still give you weather in the early 20s (°C).

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