Sol Guadalupe

With its furnished balconies and spacious rooms, the Sol Guadalupe is a great choice for a family break. Enjoy themed nights at the buffet restaurant, which also serves delicious international cuisine. There’s a couple of bars for you to unwind in, too. Little ones will be kept busy with their own pool and the hotel’s kids club for games and crafts, while you laze around the large lagoon-style pool, taking the occasional dip in the hot tub. You’ve got a host of sports and activities throughout the day – from boules to water polo, and later, enjoy flamenco, live music and more at the Sol Guadalupe’s shows.

Overview of Magaluf

For a holiday to Majorca, Magaluf has it all. Its intoxicating mix of sun, sand and sea, fun attractions and thrilling nightlife continues to attract holidaymakers over and over again. A kilometre-long Blue Flag, white sandy beach that’s dotted with palm trees sits next to many fun attractions. And nearby resorts offering a more laid back atmosphere are easy to find, too. The island’s chic capital of Palma is only 10 miles away. Of course, as the sun sets, the neon-lit clubs and dancefloors of Spain’s party capital will provide all the entertainment you’ll need.

Things to do in Magaluf

The Sol Guadalupe is conveniently located in a quiet corner of Magaluf’s centre. Its a few minutes’ walk from the main stretch of bars and restaurants, with the beach a little further on. Nearby you’ve got an amusement park, and all guests of the Sol Guadalupe receive discounts at the local Katmandu Park and Golf Fantasia. Stroll scenic coastal paths to neighbouring quieter resorts, or choose from a wide choice of water sports before hitting the cocktail bars, nightclubs and discos. Don’t miss a trip out to Palma to take in some Gothic architecture and Majorcan culture. Sol Guadalupe is in a great location in this exciting resort. Close enough to be part of the fun, but also tucked away for some peace and relaxation.

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.