Martinique Apartments

Located just five minutes’ walk from a Blue Flag beach and the nightlife of the Magaluf strip, the newly-refurbished Martinique Apartments offer a modern haven for relaxing after heavy nights out. Furnished with comfy chocolate-leather sofas and faux-marble kitchenettes, you’ll be able to recoup your energy by the pool, in the shade of the palm trees, while enjoying cocktails from the poolside bar. Modern Mediterranean design and traditional whitewashed accommodation provide the perfect base before you hit the bars and restaurants of one of Majorca’s most prominent night spots.

Overview of Magaluf

Take a trip to Majorca’s party capital, Magaluf! The Balearic island’s most renowned strip is just yards away from the newly refurbished Martinique Apartments – placing guests in the perfect location for all the nightlife. Or, for some much-needed R&R, soak up the Mediterranean climate on the nearby Blue Flag Beach, with water sports available for adrenalin junkies. As you’ll soon see, Magaluf, in the south of the island, isn’t just about bright lights and boozy nights. Stay here and you’ll find yourself close to the idyllic surroundings of Palma Nova, and the historic city of Palma, too. It strikes the perfect balance between picture-postcard scenery, buzzing nightlife, and the comfortable accommodation that holidays to Majorca are known for.

Things to do in Magaluf

The famous Magaluf strip filled with its bars, restaurants, and super-clubs sits just a ten-minute walk from the picturesque setting of the Martinique Apartments. But your holiday needn’t just be all about that – take a stroll along Palma Nova Beach, or a day-trip to the cultural city of Palma and visit the Catedral de Mallorca, one of the island’s finest pieces of architecture. If you’re looking for a warm climate where the nightlife reigns supreme, you’ve found the perfect destination with a holiday to Magaluf.


Resort Summary

Not only does Magaluf have an epic nightlife scene, it also has a spectacular European Blue Flag award-winning beach. For a kilometre along the coastline is soft, white sand and warm, shallow water, ideal for snorkelling, leisurely swims and sleeping off the hangover. Many All Inclusive hotels in Majorca boast excellent sea views and easy beach access, too.

If you love your water sports, Magaluf’s beach will not disappoint, with its large array of activities including jet skiing, windsurfing, scuba diving trips and boat rides. Or to simply sun yourself on the beach and darken your tan before hitting the clubs, there are plenty of sun loungers and parasols lining the coast.

Magaluf’s beach has a long promenade along the edge of the sand, and along it you’ll find lots of restaurants, hotels, bars and shops. You’ll also have prime viewing of the party boats and yachts making their way through the Mediterranean Sea.