Sol Katmandu Park Resort

The Sol Katmandu Park Resort is a big hit with families because guests receive free entry to a neighbouring theme park. Both pools sit on bleached-wood decking and have a bar for company. Little holidaymakers also have their own pool to splash around in, too.

The buffet restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. International dishes are laid out and there’s even a special section for children. And if you get peckish and need a snack in between, head to the poolside bar. After dinner, a mini-disco keeps little ones entertained, and grown-ups can order cocktails!

Overview of Magaluf

Magaluf is definitely the party capital of Majorca, but it’s also home to a Blue Flag beach for quieter days. It’s a great spot for an action-packed holiday to Majorca and there’s something for the whole family.

There’s a kilometre-long stretch of white sand at the front of the resort where the waters are warm and shallow. As a result, the sea is popular with swimmers and snorkellers alike. If you love water sports, Majorca has every option under the sun!

Things to do in Magaluf

The Sol Katmandu Park Resort’s only a five-minute stroll from the gorgeous stretch of sand at the front of Magaluf. But, you don’t even need to travel that far for family-friendly fun.

Katmandu Park is right next to the hotel, so it’s easy to jump on its range of rides and enjoy its immersive attractions. You can feel like you’re flying in the 4D experience cinema, take down the bad guys Wild-West-style on Desperados, and give yourself a fright on Asylum.

For a lively evening, the bright lights of Magaluf are only five minutes’ walk away. You can find a quiet bar, an English pub or even a super club.

Magaluf is a destination totally geared towards action-packed fun in the sun. You and the kids alike will love every second of a fun-filled stay at the Sol Katmandu Park Resort.

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.