For a fun filled holiday with a party atmosphere in 2020, head to Magaluf. Once a sleepy and tranquil fishing town, the Magaluf of today is a bustling hotspot for sun, sand and shots.
This Majorcan destination may be well known for its party atmosphere, but away from the neon-lit strip and thumping bass of the clubs and bars, Magaluf also has some hidden gems worth digging up. Quieter parts of Magaluf have an infectious laid back charm, helped along by miles of glorious white sand beaches and welcoming locals.
With the island capital Palma just a 25 minute drive away, you’re within easy reach of Majorca’s cosmopolitan streets. Packed with culture and plenty of shopping opportunities it offers the ideal escape from Magaluf’s busy streets.
Holidays to this party capital are infamous for their non-stop energy and explosive nightlife. Whether you’re enjoying a lazy day on the beach, soaking up the sun by your hotel pool or joining in the fun at a foam party, in Magaluf, it’s always time to party.
Your guide to Magaluf holidays
Super-clubs, buzzing nightlife, foam parties and rocking festivals where the fun never stops, just a few of the main attractions on a Magaluf holiday. Away from the Balearic beats on the strip, Magaluf has more than just a party atmosphere to draw in the crowds. Beautiful beaches with long stretches of pristine white sand and turquoise waters are waiting to revive weary clubbers and sun-seeking families. The fast-paced nightlife culture has influenced Magaluf’s beach life too. The water-sports are adrenaline-fuelled, high-octane activities that will have you coming back for more every time. Make a splash on a jet-ski or whizz across the waves on an inflatable ride. Water-parks, golf courses, mini-golf and theme parks are all on the menu too. With new attractions opening all the time, including the latest trend of escape rooms, there’s always something fun to do in Magaluf.
Magaluf’s beaches aren’t just a place to wait for the effects of last night’s partying to wear off, they are chock full of fun activities too. High-octane water-sports, bungee rope thrills and beach games are waiting to keep the party atmosphere going until the sun sets and the clubs open their doors. For a more serene day at the beach, Magaluf’s waters are excellent spots for snorkelling and scuba diving. Experienced divers can explore sunken cargo ships and huge wrecks resting on the sea bed off the coast of Palma, while snorkelers can still see some stunning sights with just a mask and flippers. As the day draws to end you still don’t need to leave the beach. Beach clubs are home to chic restaurants serving cocktails and dinner right on the shore.