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Magaluf

Things To Do In Magaluf

The popular resort town of Magaluf is the pulsating heart of the southwest coast of Mallorca. It's a town famed for its tourist-laden Magaluf strip, lively nightlife, and thriving café scene. It's also the perfect spot to enjoy water sports, with waters fringed by sandy beaches and adorned by sun worshippers. Twinned with Palma Nova to the North, this fun resort is perfect for family holidaymaking.

Beach fun

Magaluf's gorgeous stretches of beach are a sight to behold and enjoy. With miles of white sand and glistening blue sea, popular beaches include Playa de Magaluf, with its fabulous one kilometre of sand beach, proving very popular with local swimmers. Playa de Son Matias and Playa Palma Nova are the two other beaches in Magaluf. Both are cleaned daily and are known for their crystal clear waters, enticing visitors in for a dip.

Water sports

Magaluf has a thriving outdoor activity scene. This resort is a water sporting heaven with an endless choice of adrenaline-pumping activities to enjoy on its coastline including water-skiing, parasailing, jet-skiing, banana boat rides, snorkelling and scuba-diving.

All-round fun

Adventure, fun and frolics await the whole family at the Katmandu Park with its electronic shooting games, 4D rides, an upside-down house, mini-golf, laser pistols, climbing walls and more. It's all-round family fun, and not to be missed while visiting Magaluf.

Wave House is a fun-packed water park seeking to capture the essence of the Californian beach lifestyle with a twist of Balearic influence. This attraction has two spectacular artificial wave pools, bali beds, bars, restaurants and shops.

Pirates Adventure

Take a journey through a time when pirates ruled the Seven Seas in this pirate-themed family-friendly dinner theatre show. Well loved in Majorca, witness a world-class show of acrobatics, gymnastics and dancing in the ambience of a purpose-built theatre with around 800 guests, and food and drink throughout the night.

Food

Though Magaluf is known for its nightlife, delve deep into the culinary scene and you'll find plenty to write home about. It's known for its flavoursome fusion food and delicacies including ensaimadas, a sweet bread which is made in Mallorca. You can choose from an abundance of restaurants and cafés lining the promenade and around the town.

Night scene

Ranked with the likes of Ibiza for its vibrant and buzzing nightclub scene, very few places can match the pace and energy of Magaluf. With more than 50 bars and five nightclubs to choose from, the night is going to be a full one! Head to BCM Planet Dance, rated the fifth-best club in the world, or Boomerangs which has the accolade of being one of the oldest nightclubs on the Magaluf strip. There's something for all!