Magaluf Clubbing Holidays
Attracting everyone from stag parties to college-leavers and party-loving locals, nothing will prepare you for Magaluf nights. With over 50 bars and clubs all competing for your attention, there’s no better place to let your hair down.
Magaluf Clubbing Holidays
Entertainment day and night
It wouldn’t be a party resort without a good share of day parties, and Magaluf Beach Club is the place to head. This laid-back day club offers a more chilled-out party atmosphere with DJs playing relaxing beats poolside while hoards of sun seekers sip cocktails from their very own Bali beds.
Alternatively, if you’re after something a little livelier, there’s also a daytime party cruise. Instead of sailing into the sunset, you can let loose under the beating sun while taking advantage of a fully-stocked bar. As soon as the boat sets sail the whole thing turns into a dancing frenzy.
For those looking for something a bit different other than starting your night with a bar crawl, there’s always Magaluf’s famous Pirates show. Putting on two performances – one for kids and one for adults – this fantastic event has a concert, club and festival atmosphere all rolled into one with its choreographed dance routines and energetic DJ sets. Whatever you do, don’t forget to grab a drink while you enjoy the show.
From cheap drinks to party games
Magaluf strip has a clubbing reputation to rival Ibiza, but for half the price. With streets full of all-you-can-drink offers and wallet-friendly entry fees, a clubbing holiday on these warm Spanish shores won’t cost the earth. A Magaluf Club Pass is another great way to party on the cheap – this all-in-one ticket includes free entry into six of the resort’s hottest clubs, and can end up saving you a fortune.
Bananas and Tokio Joes and Boomerang are among Magaluf’s top late-closing clubs. But before you hit these venues, there’s plenty of fun to be had elsewhere. With a strip well-known for party games and competitions, Magaluf club promoters work hard to make sure everyone is having a great time before they move to the big clubs.
Come May, Magaluf kicks off its summer season, and it’s certainly something to shout about. BCM nightclub alone has enough events to keep you going. Think foam parties, big-name opening events and jungle-inspired shindigs, this colossal club has hosted some of the best parties in Europe.
And if that’s not enough carnage, there are plenty more events to attend. Dance on the famous Sunset Booze Cruise, Magaluf’s only evening boat party, or get a taste for the resort’s bar scene with Magaluf Bar Blitz. This impressive bar crawl sees you visit five bars and five clubs with countless freebies along the way.
Then when the summer season gets into full swing there’s Majorca’s Full Moon Party. Just like in Thailand, this beach party comes with buckets of drink, fire breathers, acrobats and partiers smeared head to toe in body paint.
Sol House Mallorca Mixed by Ibiza Rocks brings a slice of Ibiza to Magaluf’s Majorcan shores. In true White Isle style this hotel has its very own poolside DJ who mixes the finest beats to create buzzing party atmosphere. The interior is just as impressive – swanky sunloungers, a VIP bar and white walls are the first things you’ll lay eyes on. Plus, with breakfast served until 11am, peeling yourself out of bed shouldn’t be too much of a problem, even after a heavy night on the strip.
This adult-only hotel is a frontrunner in terms of its location. Just a two-minute walk to the nearest bars and clubs and close to two sand spots, means you can easily split your days into relaxing and partying. And with a good-sized pool area, you can always take advantage of the warm Majorcan weather from the comfort of your hotel. The buffet restaurant has plenty of breakfast, lunchtime and evening options too, not to mention dessert if you want to satisfy your sweet tooth.