Holidays in Magaluf
|Language:||Spanish (English widely spoken)|
|Local time:||GMT/BST +1 hour|
|Flight time||Transfer time
|Palma||2 hours 15 mins||25 minutes|
Magaluf is one of Britain’s favourite holiday destinations, popular with sun worshippers and clubbers alike. The resort sits in the Bay of Palma, Majorca, and is just 20 minutes travelling time from Palma Airport, the third largest airport in Spain. With 20 million arrivals every year, there are daily flights from most major UK airports. Could you see yourself on a beach holiday to Magaluf this year, or perhaps you're thinking ahead to next year? Read on for all you need to know.
Who Goes There: The clubbing scene here is second to none. Check out Europe's biggest nightclub, or follow in the footsteps of The Inbetweeners, whose movie was filmed here (Magaluf stood in for Malia).
When To Go: Expect the beaches to be packed in the summer season of June to September. It will still be warm and busy in spring and autumn, too.
Best Attractions: Waterparks such as Aqualand and Western Water Park are popular with the kids, but the adults know that Magaluf comes alive every summer with the Mallorca Rocks festival.
By day, Magaluf is the place for water sports, either at the beach or at one of the many water and theme parks close by. Just outside the resort you’ll find Aqualand, and the Western Water Park which combines a Wild West theme with water activities and live shows. A day out is the Marineland Dolphin Show, in Costa D’en Blanes, near Magaluf, which has been voted of the best marine life shows in the world. As well as dolphins there are displays of sea lions, penguins and exotic birds.
On dry land there are plenty of golf courses, such as the 18 hole Golf de Poniente, between Magaluf and Calvia. Inland Majorca is well worth exploring and car hire is cheap, especially if you book through easyJet holidays.
Magaluf Holidays By Night
Holidays to Magaluf are synonymous with nightlife, and it’s where you’ll find some of the best bars and nightclubs in the Mediterranean. Clubbing holidays to Majorca and specifically Magaluf are well worth considering if you want to sample some of the best venues in Europe. Because of this it has become a top spot for stag and hen nights. Even large groups won’t run out of new places to drink and dance. If you’re planning to tour the clubs, it might be worth getting a Magaluf Club Pass which gives you entry to five night spots in one ticket, or you can settle for the largest club in Europe, BCM. There’s also great live entertainment in the resort, from Pirates Adventure, a dinner show with world class acrobats and gymnasts, to the Son Amar cabaret.
easyJet holidays to Magaluf
easyJet holidays is perfect for booking holidays to Magaluf with the hotel and flight together, giving you the very best value. Start thinking about your Magaluf break today.
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