Activities & Attractions
Prepare to party on a cheap holiday to Magalluf
But of course, holidays in Magalluf are famed for their all-action nightlife. The party really gets started on the main strip, where you’ll come across fun themed bars, sports pubs and clubs playing loud dance music all night. With many bars and cafes offering ultra cheap deals, it’s very easy to enjoy a cheap holiday to Magalluf without breaking the bank. There are also quieter bars close to the main strip which welcome children and have plenty to keep your whole family entertained, such as pool tables, games cabinets and air hockey.
And just because you won’t blow your budget you’ll still get great value for money. Magalluf’s nightlife scene has been rejuvenated with the world famous Mallorca Rocks brand, and top DJs are always popping up at the resort’s clubs like BCM throughout the summer holidays.
If all that still hasn’t satisfied your appetite for thrills, you’ll find the daytime activities on Magalluf holidays can be just as exciting as the night time! At Magalluf’s main beach there are a whole host of water sports, from jet-skiing and paragliding to the good old banana boats! Or how about a quick race round a go-kart track? On holidays in Magalluf, you can make everything happen at top speed.
Action-packed water parks and a mad museum
There’s more to cheap holidays in Magalluf than wild nights out, although that’s only if you want there to be! Not far from the centre of Magalluf you’ll find the Western Water Park. There are many mental slides here, including ‘kamikaze’ style ones with drops of over 30 metres! And even if you only fancy soaking up the sun after a heavy night, heading to a water park is still a top choice as there’s plenty of room to relax on sun loungers on wide open spaces around the pools.
Not content with one wild water park, Magalluf holidays manage to squeeze in two for you to choose from! Located just across the road from Western Water Park, Aqualand has slightly slower rides and so is perhaps more aimed towards children. There’s still plenty of fun to be had here though, including the inventive circular slide where it feels like you’re sinking down a plughole.
To cap off the general mayhem during holidays in Magalluf, there’s a wacky mini theme park named Katmandu Park unlike what you’ll find anywhere else. This upside-down fun house features magical effects, statues and robots, as well as a thrilling 4D cinema. There are even two 18-hole crazy golf courses which add to the whole experience. There’s more than a day’s fun to be had at Katmandu!
Home comfort cooking whilst on your holidays
Choosing a cheap holiday to Magalluf has been popular with the British for over 40 years now. Since that time many people from the UK have enjoyed their holidays in Magalluf so much they decided to stay. What this means for you now is that there are lots of British ex-pats who have set-up pubs and cafes in the area. Result! Most of them serve classic British grub like bangers and mash or pie and chips. And that’s not forgetting the good old full English breakfast! It’s the perfect cure for a heavy night out.
Knowing that they’ll be many British tourists on a shoestring budget during cheap holidays in Magalluf, the cafes and restaurants here also offer staggeringly cheap meal deals.
Sun yourself in the best sandy spots during holidays in Magalluf
The main beach in Magalluf is appropriately named Magalluf Beach and it’s a very popular, sandy stretch. In fact, the beach here is so good, people on their holidays in Palma Nova and Palma City make their way here to bathe in the sun. The beach itself is a wide arc of golden sand, and it’s well supported by cafes, bars and restaurants so you can gulp down an ice cold beer or two whilst overlooking the coastline. In recent years the beach has been made even better by a spacious promenade. Now you don’t have to worry about getting sand in your shoes when walking alongside the beach!
Magalluf Beach is popular for good reason, as it’s very centrally located. But if you fancy going a little further afield during your holidays in Magalluf, how about Cala Viňas? It’s much smaller than the main beach but it’s quieter too, and you’ll appreciate the soft gold sand and huge shady palm trees. There’s also Cala Falco, which is just 6km from Magalluf. This incredibly peaceful beach is surrounded by pine-covered headlands and a narrow strip of white sand which leads to calm, crystalline waters.
Loud bars and a world-famous club on one lively strip
Holidays in Magalluf offer some of the most action-packed nights out in the whole of Majorca. Luckily, all the best bars and clubs are packed into one main strip, named the Punta Bella. It’s here you’ll find fun themed bars playing loud music till the early hours. Magalluf bars are no strangers to a drinking game or two either! And because the bars know exactly what their customers want, they often offer free drinks and discounted cocktails to tempt you in. Perfect for those that want to save some cash whilst on cheap holidays in Magalluf.
And it’s not all about cheap bars either. Magalluf has seen its popularity increase of late, largely thanks to some great new developments on the nightlife scene. On your holidays in Magalluf it’s now just as likely you’ll see a live performance from a pop group as dancing to a big name DJ in the bars and clubs.
If all that action sounds a bit too much, and you’re intending on having a relaxing family holiday in Magalluf, you’ll still find it perfectly possible to have a great night out. Many of the bars just off the main strip are much more sedate and family-focused. The kids will be kept busy with all sorts of fun and games, some bars even have their own swimming pools! Plus there are pool tables, air hockey and retro game cabinets bound to bring out the big kid in everyone. These open air bars give you ample opportunity to relax and enjoy the balmy Majorcan evenings, especially as many have huge projector Sky TVs so you can catch up on all your favourite soaps.