Good times are guaranteed in Magalluf, with clubs and bars aplenty.
Whether it’s partying in the clubs or lounging on the beach, Magalluf is all about having a great time. Unwind completely on the 900-metre golden sand beach, long and wide enough for thousands of holidaymakers to find a spot. At night, head to the famous Strip to create fun memories that will last a lifetime.
All roads lead to the beach at Magalluf. It’s a long, palm-dotted coastline paradise with a whole host of activities along the water – from watersports to the House of Katmandu Theme Park. New for summer 2015 is the BH Mallorca, a hotel with a non-stop festival feel and the world’s first over-18s-only waterpark.
It’s not all 24-hour partying – there are plenty of chilled-out places in Magalluf too, perfect for couples or families. You can take a boat tour to the Isla de sa Porrassa, 400 metres off the coast and home to beautiful, rare black lizards that give the island its name. Or you can take a stroll along the water to the calmer beach at Palma Nova.
Check out the stylish new beach bars in Magalluf for a change from The Strip. A mixture of Aussie, Ibizan and Asian style bars now grace the beachfront, or for a real taste of the champagne lifestyle, head to Nikki Beach Club!
Magalluf beach, awarded Blue Flag status, is jam-packed with things to do. So after you’ve had your fill of clear, turquoise water and soft golden sand, try out the watersports on offer. Head up to the promenade for lunch and a few drinks, or enjoy a casual stroll along the traffic-free path.
Jump in the car and drive 20 minutes to Palma, the island’s capital. It’s a historic city dating back to Roman times and boasts world-famous sights. There’s Palma Cathedral, Santa Eulalia church and the Bellver Castle – all connected by a network of palm-lined streets.
Take a boat tour around the south-west coast from any of the jetties along the beach. Or, stay on dry land and head to the House of Katmandu Theme Park, famous for its upside-down Tibetan-style mansion. Livelier still is the huge, adults-only waterpark at the BH Mallorca, which is opening its doors for the first time in summer 2015.
Take your pick from a wide range of cuisines, with restaurants spread along the beach and further out into town. Try out Spanish delicacies at the authentic local bistros, or enjoy a taste of back home at the Brit bars and restaurants – you’ll find old favourites like fish and chips and the Full English breakfast.
Walk along the beach promenade and you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to clothes and souvenir shops. Take home anything from local arts and crafts to pieces of beautiful jewellery. Beach toys are never in short supply, either, giving kids and young-at-heart adults plenty to entertain themselves with.
Famous around the world for its post-sunset entertainment, people flock to Magalluf every summer looking for a great time. At night the Strip lights up in bright, dazzling neon, with dozens of bars and clubs lining both sides of the road. The party really gets going at BCM Planet Dance, the biggest club on the island and one that definitely gives Ibiza a run for its money.
Magalluf is a beach town on the west of Majorca. It’s just 25 minutes’ drive from the airport, and about the same distance from the western end of the Serra de Tramuntana mountains.