Soaked in sun, Magaluf is a holiday beach paradise. Known as a tourist hotspot for young travellers seeking an all-night party, Magaluf isn’t just about youth. Visitors of all ages descend on the resort. It may have a party atmosphere, but it isn’t only about late nights and dance clubs. The city’s draw is apparent once you step off the plane; beaches, sun and vistas to die for.
But if you’re drawn to the electric party scene, the atmosphere is second to none. Many of the world's top DJs have played Magaluf. Each night you’ll get the chance to see one of best DJs in action. Get your dancing shoes on, because a party is right on your doorstep every night.
Whether you’re recovering from the night before or you just want to top up your tan, Magaluf’s white sandy beaches are perfect. The beaches are regularly packed full of visitors. Get some sun or catch some Mediterranean waves from dawn till dusk.
You’ll find the city’s best drinks on Magaluf strip. It is the hub of much of the activity in the resort and the strip is littered with the main bars and clubs. The best restaurants in Magaluf can also be found on the strip. From posh grub to cheap eats, the strip has something for everyone.
Adventure is waiting for you in Magaluf. The entire Magaluf resort development is just 15 kilometres from Palma Bay. Day trip to the island’s capital and get your cultural fix by seeing the remnants of Byzantine and Roman eras.
Majorca’s temperatures can reach 30 degrees in the summer time. Giving you every chance to hit the beach and get the tan you came away for. Even winter is comfortable and plenty of tourists head to the island for a Mediterranean winter break.
Calvia Beach is a gorgeous seaside resort that is sure to please. You’ll fall in love with the brilliant beach and the tasty restaurants that dot the area. You’ll love the tranquilo of the resort as you relax on the sand. The peace and quiet make Calvia Beach perfect for families. Get away from the crowds and enjoy a slice of Spanish heaven.
Off the beaten track, Illetas is a secret hideaway. Couples and families are attracted to the resort. The upscale Illetas still offers many of the same joys of a holiday to Magaluf. The area is littered with four-star hotels and its location is perfect for day trips around the island. Peace and quiet is definitely the order of the day in this gem.
Just around the corner from Magaluf and surrounded by cliffs and coves, Cala Vinyes attracts sun-seekers year round. If you want guaranteed sun, this is the resort for you. Slap on the suncream, grab your book and sunglasses and soak up the more than 300 days of sun a year Cala Vinyes receives. The resort has its own microclimate thanks to its natural surroundings. Within easy reach of the other boisterous resorts on Majorca, Cala Vinyes is perfectly situated for your easyJet holidays island break.
Magaluf's weather is gorgeous, and there is really no reason to hide away inside. But if you are looking for a new adventure after spending hours at the beach, the Western Waterpark is a great choice. The waterpark has a large variety of water slides and rides that will keep your adrenaline pumping all day long.
Magaluf Beach is 900 metres of golden sand and crystal clear water. During the day, there is a variety of watersports to explore such as jet skiing, water skiing and parasailing. For many, however, the beach is at its best when the sun goes down. Boasting over 100 bars and clubs, there is no question as to why Magaluf is the party capital of Majorca.
Marineland Dolphin Show
The all-ages Marineland Dolphin Show is a thrill a minute experience. It has been voted as one of the best marine life shows in the world. Treat the kids to the aquatic park’s shows, which include dolphins, sea lions, exotic birds and penguins.
Katmandu Park offers adventure and family fun on your holiday to Magaluf. Food, entertainment and rides are all packed into the park. The amusement park was voted the No. 2 fun park in Spain and provides hours of great fun for everyone.
Majorca's traditional food is based around pork and fish. Often called "hearty peasant fare", Majorcan food is anything but boring. Many of the dishes served at restaurants on Majorca use fresh, local produce. The style of food and the local ingredients give the cuisine a distinctive, rich flavour. Of course, you can get paella and tapas in Magaluf, but the daring foodie in you can try something more local. Porcella is a traditional suckling pig dish eaten throughout the year. Tender, juicy and like nothing you’ll eat back home, Porcella will set your taste buds racing.
Magaluf’s restaurants have something for everyone. Whether you’re seeking a taste of home, want to recover from the night before or like being adventurous, you’ll find it here. The resort has a wide array of restaurants that offer a unique blend of flavours to customers. Magaluf has great tapas restaurants, traditional Spanish food and international cuisine. Regardless of what you are looking to eat, you’ll find it in Magaluf.
If you are looking for a great holiday filled with sun-soaked days and all night parties, Magaluf is the place to go. The resort has a number of great hotels to stay at. Whether it is an all-inclusive hotel, adults-only adventure or family getaway, you won’t need to look far for somewhere to spend your holiday to Magaluf.
Magaluf not quite sealing the deal? Have a read of our other Majorca destination guides for further inspiration and temptation!
Wanting a party destination? Check out alternative clubbing holiday destinations with easyJet holidays. Have a look at holidays to San Antonio in Ibiza or Ayia Napa holidays for just a couple of top alternatives.