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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.

More about Magaluf

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26-30 ℃

Visit in July or August for long, sunny days.

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2 hours

Palma de Majorca (PMI).