Magaluf – Majorca


Transfer time – 20 Minutes

Best for – Young and lively groups, families and couples

Situated in the south of this beautiful island of Majorca, Magaluf is one of Europe’s most popular party places, it has an upbeat atmosphere and combines lazy days and lively nights in a beautiful scenic location. Only three hours from the UK and a relatively short transfer time, its no wonder people return here year after year.

Days in Magaluf are usually quiet, days spent on the beach recovering from the night before, with masses of sun loungers and parasols for hire and plenty cafés and snack bars to escape the midday sun. The beach is perfect, soft, golden sand and gentle lapping sea making this a great location for kiddies who enjoy a paddle or for those just wishing to swim and cool down. For those with more energy, there are masses of water sports, jet skis, para gliding, pedalloes, banana rides and ringos, to name but a few, and there’s also a scuba diving centre where they provide tuition for both adults and children.

Evenings are when Magaluf really comes into its own!! The resort is large and although there are plenty family bars and cafés, quieter pubs on the outskirts of the resort, Magaluf is really a party paradise, renowned for its famous DJ’s banging out tunes until dawn and nightclubs and bars offering happy hours and party atmospheres. Magaluf strip is host to the famous BCM Club and Mallorca Rocks is a dedicated hotel to party people. Eating out in Magaluf is simple, a very international choice, from traditional tapas to elegant 5* restaurants, Indian, Chinese, Mexican and Italian menus and of course masses of snack bars, cafés and fast food places give you more options too. Take a stroll into Palma Nova and enjoy a meal or a drink along the beautiful marina, eating al fresco and watching the world go by.

Magaluf is a perfect destination in which to explore this beautiful island, and you don’t need to go far to find fun and culture. Take a trip into Palma, the islands capital city, with masses of places to wine and dine and a multitude of shops, boutiques and souvenir shops, and of course many historical sights too. There are water parks offering fun days out for the young and young at heart, Marineland offering you a chance to swim with dolphin’s, enjoy a sea lion or a parrot show. Magaluffer’s must take in the world famous Pirate Show, with death defying stunts and acrobats, fine food and plenty sangria, a great trip out for all the family.

Magaluf has a wide option of accommodation, suiting all tastes and budgets, and the resort is so huge that you can have it as busy or as quiet as you wish. A fantastic place to spend your summer holidays.

Joanna Baker

About Joanna Baker

23 years and counting which included 2 years YTS with Team Travel, 3 years in Crete as a rep for LTS/Sunworld. 11 years in Lincoln/TUI (6 years self-employed), 8 years with Low Cost Sunshine

Google+ | More Posts (191)
This entry was posted in Majorca. Bookmark the permalink.

Comments are closed.