Average 2 hour flight
Time difference +1 hour(s)
Average temperature 23°C
If you're keen to let your hair down and enjoy non-stop partying, head to the legendary holiday resort of Magaluf! Located on the stunning Balearic Island of Majorca, you're sure to have an unforgettable holiday as you immerse yourself in the non-stop nightlife that Magaluf is so famous for. Evenings in Magaluf are all about the bars, pubs and late-night clubs, so you won't want to miss out on any of the fun - good thing that there are gorgeous beaches for you to doze on the next day, so you're refreshed and ready to hit the town all over again!
The fantastic nightlife makes Magaluf the ideal Balearic holiday for young party animals looking to dance the night away, with drinks offers and big name DJ sets providing entertainment throughout the summer. BCM Planet Dance is Majorca's biggest nightclub and has been nominated the 5th best club in the World, so you'll definitely want to spend an evening or two here! Should you find that you've exhausted the Magaluf bars, you'll be pleased to know that Majorca's other party resort of Palma Nova is just five minutes away. Definitely the perfect excuse for another cocktail!
Although Magaluf is a party destination, you can still enjoy the stunning Majorcan scenery the resort has to offer, or take part in the activities including thrilling watersports on Magaluf Bay and relaxing boat trips. Or, make a splash at the family-friendly Aqualand waterpark. The island's capital, Palma is filled with chic cocktail bars, quaint cobbled streets and boutique shops. It's less than half an hour away, and definitely the place to be if you want to treat yourself.
During your holiday to Magaluf, you're almost guaranteed to be treated to glorious sunshine with summer temperatures reaching up to 28°C, perfect if you're relaxing on Magaluf Beach with a cocktail in your hand! Should you'd prefer to experience Magaluf at a more relaxed pace, why not visit during spring, autumn and winter when the bigger bars and clubs close, and the low-key atmosphere is more suitable for couples and families. Thinking about the food? You'll find a fantastic selection of restaurants, serving traditional Majorcan food to Chinese, Indian and Italian cuisine along Magaluf's promenade. There's also a massive choice of fast food restaurants.
To start planning your unforgettable Magaluf holiday, call Hays Travel today. We have over 37 years of experience in booking memorable holidays to Spain and the Balearic Islands and we have been voted the UK's Best High Street Travel Agent. So whether you want to dance the night away or just soak in the culture, trust Hays Travel to help you book a holiday in Magaluf to remember.
Holidays in Magaluf aren't just about the nightlife. The sweeping sands and clear water of Magaluf's bay are made for water sports and there are plenty of fastpaced pursuits available from the beach, as well as chilledout boat trips. Elsewhere, Aqualand water park offers dizzying slides and thrills and spills. If you can drag yourself away from the action, head to Palma. The island's capital, with its cool cocktail bars, cobbled streets and boutique shopping, is only around ten miles away. After dark, Magaluf comes into its own. Flashing lights and wild nights are what this resort is all about. No Magaluf holiday is complete without a sunset booze cruise. Back on dry land, choose from British Style pubs, cocktail and karaoke bars and late clubs. BCM Planet Dance boasts a cavernous dancefloor, hefty sound system, spectacular laser shows and sets from world famous Djs. It's no wonder so many hens (and stags) flock to Magaluf for their pre wedding parties, or that this buzzing resort has been a favourite with the young and lively crowd for years.
Magaluf's promenade is lined with a massive choice of restaurants, from traditional Majorcan, to Chinese, Indian and Italian. Fans of fast food won't be disappointed: Magaluf has a KFC, Burger King and McDonald's. There are plenty of pubs and bars to choose from, many offering special drinks deals to pull in the punters.