Magaluf holidays


If ever there was a resort that needed little introduction, it is Magaluf. This long-established Balearic superstar is the biggest resort on the island with massive beaches, a top club scene and a huge range of accommodation. It's a resort that caters to everyone from kids to clubbers.

Clubbing breaks...

Enjoying a famous nightlife and buzzing atmosphere, Magaluf holidays offer a wild clubbing experience. From sleek cocktail lounges and bustling pubs to neon lit bars and pulsating superclubs, the nightlife here is the best in Majorca and a guaranteed blast for groups of mates.

Legendary venues like BCM Planet Dance and the MCP clubs keep thousands of revellers flocking back each year to enjoy explosive sets from top international DJ's from.

Most of the action happens down at the Punta Ballena 'Strip' and BCM Square. Somewhere in the region of 100 bars and clubs line The Strip, offering competitive drinks promotions, 2-4-1 offers and happy hours. BCM is one of the premier superclubs in the Balearics with a 4,000 capacity and the biggest foam parties in Europe.

Family entertainment...

Magaluf holidays aren't just popular with young people however; the resort is an excellent choice for families. There's so much to do for the young and young-at-heart here; it's no wonder Majorca always one of the first places you think of when considering a family holiday. There are watery rides, slides and chutes to enjoy at Aqualand and Western Water Park. You can check out the 4D cinema and crazy golf course at Katmandu House, or enjoy something more high-octane at Karting Magaluf. In the evenings, take in the famous Pirates Adventure Dinner Show.

Beach life...

Before the clubs, however, there was the beach, and Magaluf will always be a beach resort at heart. Lined by a typically beautiful Mediterranean beachfront complete with palm trees, Magaluf has access to three sublime beaches that rival anywhere in the Balearics. There's Playa de Magaluf, Playa de Son Matias and Playa Palma Nova.

Playa de Magaluf is the star. It's a wide beach that curves for an impressive 900 metres around the warm clear waters of the bay. The sand is soft and white, and there are ample loungers and parasols, and plenty of space. There are excellent family amenities from changing rooms to a lifeguard service, and lots of restaurants and bars. You can choose from a wide range of water sports like jet skiing, banana boating and windsurfing.

Eating out...

The range of dining in Magaluf is huge, with something for most tastes from authentic Spanish eateries and tapas bars to beachside grills and American diners, via Chinese and Indian restaurants. Magaluf also has a large British expat community, many of whom own restaurants and pubs.

If you like the sound of Magaluf...

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