Majorca's nightlife is one of the most fun and varied in Spain, with thousands flocking to the island every year to enjoy the after-dark antics. Whether you're after a crazy night out, some top quality live music, a cosy cocktail evening or even a silly sing-along, then Majorca will keep you entertained until way past your bedtime. All Inclusive holidays to Majorca are a great way of getting the hotels and flights sorted, so you can focus on having an amazing night out. Families, couples and groups of all ages and interests are going to find something that tickles their fancy. Below are some of the top nightlife spots on this lively Balearic Island.
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BCM Planet Dance is the absolute pinnacle of clubbing culture in Magaluf, and Majorca more widely. BCM is known around the world for its extravagant parties, brilliant selection of DJs and themed parties.
If you're in Majorca to go out, and you mean really go out, then BCM is your spot. In high season, this massive club is brimming with dancers, partying the night away to the hottest electronic dance music. This is a must-visit for those on their first package holiday to Majorca, searching for the ultimate night out.
This cool and chilled out bar in Palma is unbeatable for atmosphere. If you're not so much a dancing type, then you'll love the vibe in this contemporary and stylish bar.
However, if you are up for having a bit of a boogie then downstairs has more of a club feel. DJs play until late, specialising in funk and groove to get the party pumping. You'll be able to move from excellent live music to bar, to basslines at your leisure. Bar Cuba Colonial is any type of night that you want it to be.
This moody little jazz bar plays host to some of the best jazz and funk bands you're likely to see in Spain, and certainly in Majorca. The low blue and red lighting sets the tone of the evening and you can sip on a whisky as you listen to the tinkle of the keys or pluck of the strings.
You've spent a long couple of days sampling the delights of the local vines – touring the wineries and restaurants – and are looking to kick back with one last glass to wash it all down. Ca S'Hereu is the place to do it. This laid back bar and restaurant welcomes those who are after a chilled drink on a beautiful roof terrace where you can watch the sun go down.
Magaluf, the famous clubbing district of Majorca, attracts hundreds every year to revel and dance, make new friends and enjoy the sand, sea and sunshine. All of this is perfectly captured on Nikki Beach, where the party never stops. If you've got yourself a late deal to Majorca, be sure to check for tickets, as special events might not be pay-on-the-door.
Injecting some glamour into the party scene here, Nikki Beach is a pool and beach side bar so don't forget your swimming costume, lotion and towel. Daytimes are chilled out but come evening you'll find a party in full swing, with DJs, bars and barbecues, as well as a huge crowd of people to meet and share the experience with. So get on down to Nikki beach and move those feet to the beat.