One of the largest resorts on the Balearic Island of Majorca is lively Magaluf. With its sunny climate, golden sandy beaches and reputation for being the party hotspot in Majorca, Magaluf is a popular holiday destination for families and young clubbers alike.
With a choice of 3 equally beautiful beaches to choose from around the bay, offering crystal clear water and a variety of water sports, everyone can find something to suit their holiday needs in Magaluf.
Located on the south west of the island, Magaluf is close to some of Majorca’s biggest tourist attractions, including both Aqualand and the Western Waterpark, and Marineland aquarium and Dolphin Park.
The resort is also only 30 minutes away from thriving capital city Palma where you can find a taste of traditional Spain, as well as historical landmarks such as the Se Seu cathedral.
The majority of holidaymakers who flock to Magaluf during the summer months come to soak up the sun on the Blue Flag award winning beaches by day, and party by night!
Magaluf’s night clubbing scene has been likened to that of Ibiza. Home to the Punta Balena strip, Mallorca Rocks Hotel and super club BCM, in season, Magaluf draws in thousands of party-loving tourists as well as some of the biggest DJs and artists in music.
However, if you’re looking to get something a little bit extra from your holiday, Magaluf is centrally located to some of the biggest tourist attractions in Majorca.
Both of Majorca’s waterparks, Aqualand and the Western Waterpark can be found in and around Magaluf, as can Marineland, an aquarium and dolphin park which is perfect for a family day out.
Not to be missed however is the Pirates Adventure dinner show. Prepare to be amazed as you join Sir Henry Morgan’s swashbuckling crew for the night and follow his quest as he fights to save his stranded ship from the hands of evil pirate Jacques Lafitte!
Acrobats, dancers, fire eaters and dare devils flood the stage and put on a show like no other which will astound the whole family.
Traditional Spanish cuisine varies from region to region and is heavily influenced by local culture. Food in the Balearic Islands is very classically Mediterranean, with lots of fresh seafood and some European influence from France and England.
Paella and traditional Spanish Tapas are very popular dishes amongst holidaymakers, with most restaurants in holiday resorts offering a range of these dishes as well as western alternatives.
To cater to the growing tourist trade, Magaluf is also home to fast food chain restaurants such as McDonalds and Burger King, perfect to cure any clubbers holiday hangover or if you’re simply in the mood for a taste of home!