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"Buzzing nightlife and fine white sands make Magaluf a popular beach destination!"

A very popular choice for British holidaymakers, Magaluf offers fabulous beaches and a great nightlife attracting both the sun lovers and the clubbers. With the great value resorts, fantastic summer weather and situated just 20 minutes from Palma Airport - it's not hard to see why Magaluf attracts millions of holidaymakers each year.

Magaluf holidays

Based on the south west coast of Majorca, Magaluf is one of the most popular resorts here especially among youngsters – famous for its buzzing nightlife, the resort caters for tourists mainly from the UK, meaning everyone here speaks English and there are English pubs aplenty. Promising an action packed holiday, Magaluf is definitely not for the ones who are just after some blissful lazy lounging on the beach: clubbing, music, dancing and water sports define this resort best. Still, Magaluf does boast a long white sandy beach perfect for sunbathing – the fine sands are soft and inviting, the waters of the sea warm and crystal clear. Sports enthusiasts will love their time here as all kinds of water sports are on offer at the beach.

Magaluf weather

Boasting that enviable Mediterranean climate, Magaluf benefits from warm weather most of the year. The summer months are most attractive as this is when the resort is at its hottest – with average August temperatures of 25 degrees Centigrade. Truth is, August is the best all-round month to visit with an average water temperature of 26 degrees, making it the perfect time to take a swim in the crystal clear sea.

Where is Magaluf?


Magaluf has a beach worthy of Majorca – soft fine powdery sands and crystal clear waters make for quite the nice experience when sunbathing over here. However, the buzzing promenade is the star of the show here with its huge variety of eateries, bars, shops and clubs. Stretching from one end of the beach to the other, the promenade is colourful and buzzing from dawn to … dawn.

Things to do in Magaluf

Magaluf is for the restless and one of its main attractions is the popular Western Water Park – great for some family fun in the sun, this aqua park is Majorca’s only western-themed water park, boasting some thrilling water slides and pools plus a fun water area for small children.

The choice of activities in the resort is truly diverse, making it a favourite among adrenaline-junkies and sports enthusiasts who seek something more than just lounging around during their holidays. Apart from the huge range of water sports (high-speed jet-skiing and speed-boating are an absolute must), Magaluf also offers its guests abseiling, karting, horseback riding and even cliff jumping.

Caving is another interesting activity as the whole island is rich of spectacular sites to be explored – a perfect choice for outdoorsy types.


That famous nightlife… Magaluf is popular for its buzzing clubs and bars attracting clubbers from all over Europe with their quite affordable prices and top-class DJs. For example, the BCM Planet Dance is the biggest nightclub not only in Magaluf but in Majorca as a whole – it is open from May to October and hosts some of the best parties with Europe’s best DJs. Then of course there is the Pirates Show: another great entertainment option with its impressive acrobatics, gymnastics and dancing.