Most people who head to Magaluf have one agenda; dance all night and relax all day. That sounds like a plan to us! The resort is the party capital of Majorca, so you can expect to experience a nightlife like no other. Spend your evenings checking out all the different themed bars, or sing your heart out at the various karaoke nights. Then head to one of the massive nightclubs such as the famous BCM Planet Dance and make it your mission not to leave until the sound system goes quiet and the birds start to sing. But this town has plenty more to offer, and there’s plenty of things to do in Magaluf that don’t involve drinking or partying!
Hop on a bus or hire a car and within a few kilometres you’ll discover stunning cathedrals, 14th century castles, and royal palaces. A great way to take in some of the region’s best countryside is to climb onboard the Orange Blossom Express tram. It’s a wonderfully relaxed way to tour the region, just don’t forget your camera!
Award-winning beaches provide you with the perfect spot to stretch out, relax, and soak up the sunshine. If you feel energetic then there’s plenty of water sports to enjoy too, or just head to one of the beach bars for a mid-morning Margarita or cold beer. If you prefer to be on the waves, rather than in them, then hire a boat and head out for a spot of fishing, or team up with a diving buddy, grab your scuba gear and dive into the clear, blue water. In fact, water lovers will find plenty of things to do in Magaluf, from diving to water skiing, snorkelling and sailing.
Majorca is famous for its fusion food. Forget burgers and pizza, in Magaluf’s best restaurants you’ll be able to try local dishes full of flavour. Look out for ensaimada, a spiral-shaped bun dusted with icing sugar that’s a delicious breakfast treat. Or tuck into some authentic paella or tapas, finished off with a slice of turron (sweet nougat made from the island’s plentiful supply of almonds).
Family days out
Magaluf welcomes everyone, and it’s a great destination for families. If you’re looking for things to do in Magaluf that’ll keep the kids happy, check out Aqualand or the Western Water park for fun days out splashing about. With plenty of slides to keep kids happy, and sun loungers for mum and dad, both parks offer hours of entertainment in a family-friendly environment.
Katmandu Park is a magical spot for kids; quite literally! This amazing theme park is made up of different fantasy-themed zones, so there’s plenty to see and do. If your little ones are mini-Jack Sparrows, then Pirates Adventure is the place to go to watch amazing acrobats, some serious swashbuckling, and a treasure-chest full of fun.
Chill out and relax in Magaluf
Spend your days working on your tan on Magaluf’s beautiful, sandy beach. Then, in between the inevitable snoozes, take to the water and race jet skis with your friends before cooling off with a delicious ice cream from one of the nearby vendors. No matter what your tastes, you’ll never be short of things to do in Magaluf.