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Nightlife gets going late in Palma and the locals wouldn’t even consider going to a bar before 11pm and a club before 2am. The capital is just so very trendy, with everything from bohemian bars to salsa clubs, tapas and wine haunts to glitzy glad-rags clubs.
Join the locals on what has been dubbed the Tapas Tour, where dozens of tiny bars and eateries in the old city offer a nibble and a glass of beer or wine for €2.
Come summer, the swanky beach clubs open their doors. While the prices can be eye-watering, famous establishments such as Nikki Beach in Magaluf, Nassau Beach and Purobeach (both in Palma) certainly put on a good show. Don your best swimsuit, sway your hips to tunes from famous DJs and keep your eyes peeled for a celeb or two.
Food and wine are the cornerstones of life in Majorca, so even if you’re not a dance-until-sunrise kind of person, you certainly won’t be tucked up with a cup of cocoa while on holiday.
Sip local wines or fruity cocktails in beachfront bars, watch the Son Amar cabaret show near Palma, linger over a late meal or just watch the sun go down.
If you want to try Majorcan food in a traditional setting, visit a celler. These rustic restaurants are in old wine cellars, complete with barrels. Make sure you’re really hungry for this meal as portions are massive.
If you need some dining inspiration ahead of a night on the tiles, visit our eating out in Majorca page.