Magaluf; the place of party legends. Each year holiday goers, who know how to party, flock to the golden beaches of Majorca’s most popular holiday resort, with their killer shades and feel good party outfits in tow. Magaluf holidays promise a good time; think fun fueled days drinking cocktails on the beach and hitting the twisting slides of the local waterparks, and electric nights living it up in the legendary nightclubs. Magaluf is just one of our popular, cheap and All Inclusive resorts in our series of holiday destinations in Spain.
Take your tan from zero to one hundred with sizzling temperatures of up to 30°C in the summer months. If you like your holidays warm rather than hot, then catch a flight in the spring, autumn and winter when Magaluf has temperatures of around 20°C.
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Magaluf is 11 miles from Palma Mallorca Airport.
Book a cheap holiday to Magaluf with Airtours and live the dream dancing in the local clubs and chilling out on the sandy Magaluf beaches. Magaluf is party paradise and you’ll never get bored of its wide variety of party venues, where popular DJs spin tracks from a range of music types.
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Magaluf is one of the most renowned holiday party destinations in the world and with good reason; the centre of Magaluf is jam packed with a range of cool clubs, bars and restaurants to fulfil each and every one of your party cravings. Magaluf also hosts a number of exciting, out of the ordinary party events including champagne, UV paint and foam parties and DJ jam sessions along the killer beach front. Magaluf is also a fun holiday destination for the early risers, thanks to its waterparks with sky high flumes. In addition, the Inca markets are a must do if you want to come away with some unique holiday finds. Magaluf is just one of our popular, cheap and All Inclusive destinations in our series of holiday resorts in Spain.
Rock up in your favorite party shirt or dress and hit the bars and clubs on the streets of Magaluf. Magaluf is a party paradise with a range of events from boozy boat cruises and VIP champagne parties to dance off extravaganzas. Keep the party going during the day; enjoy the Blue Flag winning beach and the hot weather by grabbing yourself a cocktail and a bite to eat from one of the bars by the sand.
You’ve been living the dream and making the most of the Magaluf nightlife but you want your daytime shenanigans to be as memorable as the ones you have after the sun goes down. If you’re looking for kicks during sunshine hours, then we recommend you check out one of the many awesome waterparks dotted around Magaluf. With towering water slides for adults and children, the water parks make a fun filled day out for little and big fun seekers alike.
If you’re someone who knows how to spot a good bargain and you love to spend your time hitting the shops, then you’ll get a kick out of scoring the treasures for sale at the Inca markets. They take place in the little town of Inca, just a short coach journey away from the centre of Magaluf. Have a look through the Inca market’s range of clothes, food and jewellery and come away with bags full of unique shopping finds.
Party people: Boozy cruises, full moon parties and neon lit nightclubs, Magaluf is not for the faint hearted party lover! It’s a destination for the holiday goer looking to go all out, and fly home partied out with the best memories and stories to tell.
Beach buffs: With its kilometer long, Blue Flag winning beach, Magaluf draws in beach lovers from all over the world.
Cosmopolitan travellers: Think stylish cafes, bars and restaurants serving a wide variety of cuisine, high end shops and some fantastic local markets. Magaluf is often seen purely as the party animal destination, but it’s also a great choice if you’re looking for more of a laidback good time as well.
Language: The official language of Magaluf is Spanish.
Currency: The currency used in Magaluf is the Euro.
Local time: One hour ahead of UK time.
Fly to: Magaluf is 11 miles from Palma Mallorca Airport.
Flight time from UK: Flight time is around two hours.
Tourist Information: Further Magaluf tourist information can be found at http://www.majorca-mallorca.co.uk/.
Visa & Health: Before you travel, visit https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain/entry-requirements for recommendations and advice on visas and health for your trip to Magaluf.
Temperature: Warm throughout the year and very hot in the summertime. High 30s (°C) in the summer and in the early to mid 20s (°C) throughout the rest of the year.
Best time to visit: Get ready for sun, sand and sea against the hot and sunny Magaluf backdrop, with temperatures in the high 30s (°C) during the summer and in the mid 20s (°C) during the spring, autumn and winter.
By train: The train is cheap and speedy.
By taxi: You can easily hail a cab to and from the airport and in the centre, once you’re all partied out and ready to return to your comfy hotel bed.
By hire car: Hire cars are available to be booked before you head out or once you’ve arrived.
By bus: If you’re a thrifty holiday goer then the cheap and most frequent form of travel is the local bus, with bus routes winding through every popular part of town.
For Ravers: Check out the ‘Full Moon Parties’ that take place on the seafront from May to September. Neon paint, fire breathers, wild dancers and supersized booze buckets make the ‘Full Moon Parties’ some of the most memorable party events in Magaluf.
For boozy boat lovers: The ‘Magaluf Booze Cruises’ are arguably the most popular party events known to Magaluf party goers; with their free bars, champagne showers and incredible DJs, be sure to book your tickets so you don’t miss out on all the wild party fun.
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