With ample doses of sun, sand, sea and wild parties, Magaluf’s attraction is simple but straight to the point, offering partygoers and groups the chance to let loose upon the world in a frenzy of bustling bars and colourful nightclubs.
By day you can look forward to an array of things to do, caramel-coloured beaches, sunbathing by the poolside and lapping up wonderful cuisine in an attempt to purge and cleanse your body of the night before, whereas your evenings will be filled with vibrant clubs, busy beach parties and of course, cocktails! All of which combine to remind you of the real reason why holidays to Magaluf are thought to display not only the party capital of Majorca, but also of Europe too.
Things to do in Magaluf
Contrary to reputation, there are more things to do in Magaluf than simply enjoying nights out on the town. The resort itself is surrounded by breath-taking natural landscapes and rolling hills that are perfect for exploring. Take in the coastal views that surround the area or soak up the sun on Playa de Magaluf, one of the resort’s sandy white beaches. If you fancy a brief escape from the area’s energetic sands, take a short walk along the promenade to Palma Nova, Magaluf’s next-door neighbour. Palma Nova has a sandy beach that dips gently into the sea, providing an ideal spot for families to soak up the Spanish charm.
Wine and Dine
When it comes to eating out, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Aside from plenty of fast food outlets serving quick and tasty snacks, there is an array of international cuisine on offer. Venture along the beachfront to check out Magaluf’s local seafood dishes that are coupled with great views. Authentic Spanish cuisine can also be found in the town, serving everything from tapas to tortillas and paellas to pinchitos. For tasty fusion food coupled with great atmosphere, head to Magaluf’s busy strip for a great range of eateries including BBQ, grill and Tex Mex.
Action and Adventure
Magaluf is a hot spot for those seeking adventure and there are a range of activities to ensure you have the holiday of a lifetime. Water sports are particularly popular, with jet-skiing, snorkelling and scuba diving on offer, as well as yachting facilities for budding sailors. For those that like to keep their feet firmly on the shore, cycling is a popular leisure activity in the resort. Hop on a bike and journey along a route adorned with flora and fauna before making your way to one of the area’s secluded beaches for an afternoon siesta.
If you’re not a clubbing fanatic or sun-worshipper, there are still plenty of things to do in Magaluf. Take the free shuttle bus from the beach to the Frontier-themed Western Water Park. A great spot for the entire family, it features daily shows and rides for all bravery-levels. The high-speed Mega slide is great for adrenaline junkies whilst younger children will love the turbulent water rapids and Kid’s Waterland. Home to the popular Western Divers Show, this act features synchronised diving stunts and is a must-see to round off your day. One of the most popular Magaluf attractions is Katmandu Park, an interactive theme park that the kids will love. Ideal for families looking for unusual entertainment, it aims to transport you to a realm of 4D where you can explore five separate film worlds. If you’re feeling brave, try the Asylum – a haunting paranormal experience made especially for big kids.
Catering to a wide range of musical tastes, the club scene continues to be one of the most popular Magaluf attractions. Visit the vibrant Punta Balena strip, home to many of the best nightclubs and bars. BCM is the largest club on the island and remains one of the most popular, and is a well-known venue for regular foam parties and UV themed nights where neon paint is launched at the dance floor in a kaleidoscope of colour. The exclusive Magaluf Club Pass is definitely worth investing in as it entitles entry to all five of the most popular nightclubs for one night only. Magaluf has also played host to many famous DJs and live acts, including David Guetta, Calvin Harris and Greg James. For those that have a sense of fun, check out some of the themed bars that can be found in the area. The Baywatch Bar is loved for its party atmosphere while the Eastenders Bar supplies a great all-day breakfast to indulge in the morning after.
Festival and Parties
As with many major Spanish resorts, Magaluf has its fair share of festivals, carnivals and events. Carnivals are popular in February in the run up to Lent, with fancy dress parades taking over many of the streets. Religious days are widely celebrated with concerts, dancing and fireworks for all to enjoy. The Mallorca Rocks Hotel, situated in the heart of the resort, is a hub of live music and weekly pool parties and is a must-visit for any hard-core clubbing fan. For a dance with a difference, step aboard Mallorca Rocks the Boat. One of the top Magaluf attractions, it combines great Indie tunes with plenty of sunshine and Sangria. Get ready to rave on the best boat party to grace the high seas!
Boasting a wealth of luxurious hotels scattered along the coastline, Magaluf is the jewel in Spain’s crown. 5-star hotels decked out with stunning swimming pools provide spaces to relax and unwind while in the heart of the town centre, you’ll find countless accommodation opportunities – from cheerful guesthouses to opulent hotels. Staying in the centre on your Magaluf holidays provides all the comfort of nearby shops, cafes and restaurants and of course, clubs and bars, as well as having the glorious shoreline within easy reach. If you’d prefer to stay away from the action, however, head to the magnificent nearby town of Alcudia. Featuring a picturesque port intermingled with thrilling family attractions; this is the perfect place to escape the neon lights of Magaluf.
Dance ‘til Dawn
For sun-seekers on their holidays in Magaluf, there is no better way to while away the day than by hitting the beach. The lapping waves of the Mediterranean sea provides endless opportunities for relaxing and topping up your tan – perfect if you’ve had a few too many sangrias the night before. Those who prefer to up the ante on holiday will delight in the wealth of water sports on offer along the coast, with water-skiing, paragliding and snorkelling proving popular. If you don’t fancy donning a wetsuit, climb aboard Mallorca Rocks the Boat for the best boat party to hit the high seas. A frenzied mix of top chart hits, lively resident DJs and like-minded people are sure to provide an unforgettable experience on your holidays to Magaluf. As the sun goes down, the music is turned up and the nightlife becomes one of Majorca’s top attractions. With bars and clubs at every corner of Magaluf’s bustling town centre, you’ll find a myriad of cocktail bars and happy hours to keep you going through the night. For the best nightlife hotspots, head to the Punta Balena Strip and BCM square, both of which transform into neon-lit, rhythm-fuelled wonderlands from the early evening onwards.