Lazy days by the sea and lively nights at the bar, this Majorcan resort is party central. Wish you were there? It’s time to look for Magaluf hotels…
With a wild reputation as Majorca’s party hotspot, Magaluf has plenty to offer to those who like to let their hair down by night and soak up the Spanish sun by day. Evening dinner shows, lively bars, an abundance of warm sunshine – there’s a lot to love about Magaluf.
The resort caters for a wide range of visitors: it’s not all foam parties and thumping beats. Magaluf is also popular with families, as the pristine beach is safe and clean, and there are plenty of excellent family hotels.
Located on the southwest coast of Majorca, the main attractions of this island - the largest of the Balearics - are within easy reach and car hire is a great way to access the best bits. There are plenty of adventures to be had within Magaluf itself too, from water sports in the sea to thrills and spills at the water parks. That’s if you can peel yourself away from the gorgeous beach or the side of your hotel pool!
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In Magaluf, hotels cater for a range of tastes and budgets.
Behind the aquamarine seas, the pale sands of the beach and the tree-lined promenade are many hotels where sun-seeking holidaymakers unpack their warm-weather wardrobe before exploring the delights of Magaluf. A handful of high-rise hotels reach into the blues skies above the resort, while other low-rise hotels mingle with self-catering apartments and apart-hotels. Most of these offer basic to mid-range accommodation, with low prices to match. There are a few luxury hotels in Magaluf too, mostly occupying the lovely hills that frame the bay of Magaluf. Those in the north of the resort begin to blend into neighbouring Torrenova and Palma Nova.
Punta Ballena, or the Magaluf Strip, is the centre of the after-dark action. The area can be accessed with ease from most parts of the resort.
Families and those seeking a quieter time might want to avoid it by staying on the outer reaches of the resort, at either end of the glorious beach. Party animals, meanwhile, cannot go wrong at the Mallorca Rocks hotel, where weekly events are staged poolside.
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Whether you stay in Magaluf for the duration of your holiday or fancy seeing more of Majorca, there are many ways to spend your time…
Top five attractions
The Wild West gets wet at this water park in Magaluf, where there are slides and splashes for all ages.
Book tickets to this live-action dinner show for a side order of swashbuckling antics alongside your tasty main course. There’s an uncut version later in the evening, which is strictly for over 18s.
The whole family will love seeing the dolphins, sharks and other marine species at this park, which is in nearby Costa d’en Blanes and only a 10-minute journey away.
Visit the capital city for a cultural taste of Majorca, or perhaps to spend some money in the splendid shops. It takes only 20 minutes to drive to Palma; local buses will get you there if you don’t hire a car.
Caves of Drach
With its huge underground lake, this system of caves is quite stunning. Regular guided tours take place throughout the day. It takes an hour to reach the eastern shores of Majorca from Magaluf. While public transport is available, car hire is recommended.
Lively nights are not hard to come by in Magaluf. Here are some of the top annual events, both in Magaluf and close by on the island…
Nit de Foc (Night of Fire); June: The month of June is when Majorca’s biggest nightclubs start opening. It’s also when the capital city of Palma bursts into fiery life with this extravaganza. There are bonfires, fireworks, and “demons” that move through the crowds.
Mallorca Rocks; weekly during summer: Huge names on the music scene take to the stage every week at the adults-only Mallorca Rocks hotel in Magaluf. Tickets sell fast, so book early if your favourite act is on the island.
BCM Planet Dance; weekly events: This giant club in Magaluf hosts a series of events throughout the week between spring and autumn. From UV-paint nights to foam parties, its gets messy in more ways than one…