Everyone knows that Magalluf is the place for partying – and they’re right! With chart-topping DJs, buzzing beach bars and electric nightlife, you can count on Magalluf for a good time. But it’s not just about the lit-up strip. Magalluf is also home to stunning white sand beaches, swanky beach clubs and some seriously good tapas. So whatever your VIBE, there is something for you.
Let us help you make the most of your Magalluf holiday, with our quick guide to 48-hours in this party capital!
Day 1 – Morning: Top up your tan
It wouldn’t be a holiday in Majorca without soaking up the sun on golden sandy beaches and swimming in turquoise waters. So when you’re all partied out or just fancy a bit of relaxation, head straight to the Blue Flag status Magalluf beach. Here you can lounge on a sunbed, cure your hangover or check out some of the water sports on offer. Get some thrills on the infamous banana boat rides or try your hand at some jet-skiing. And when it comes to chilling, we can’t forget the promenade of incredible beach bars.
Day 1 – Afternoon: Chill out at the beach clubs
The choice of daytime drinking spots in Magalluf is endless. Pamper yourself at the exclusive Nikki Beach Club with a beachside massage and some sushi. Or start the night out early with one of Oceans Beach Club’s legendary pool parties. Keep your eyes peeled for celebrities and reality stars that often frequent this club. For those wanting a taste of luxury, head to Zhero Boathouse and chill out under cabana-style canopies with a refreshing cocktail. The perfect afternoon treats!
Day 1 – Evening: Walk the plank
One of Magalluf’s must-visit attractions, the Pirates Reloaded dinner show is the hottest ticket in town. Jaw-dropping gymnastics, shocking stunts and fierce fire eaters. Why would you not want to spend your evening at this adults-only show? But in case you need any more convincing, it comes complete with bottomless beer and sangria.
Day 1 – Night: Hit the Strip
Renowned for its after-dark antics, Magalluf’s neon Strip has dozens of bars and clubs lining both sides of the road. You’ll find foam parties, drinking games, UV parties and karaoke – there’s even a Burger King at the top of the Strip for that post night out snack. Make your way to some of Magalluf’s most-loved venues including Magalluf Rocks bar, Alex’s Bars, Chaplin’s Bar and Mambo’s Bar and Terrace.
Day 2 – Morning: Recover
Make the most of your hotel’s great facilities and recover from last night!
Day 2 – Afternoon: Check out the rides
It doesn’t have to be all about the beach on your Magalluf holiday. For those wanting something more active, take a trip to Western Water Park for a wet ‘n’ wild day. You can soak up the Spanish sun, as you race friends down the waterslides. Or for something a bit different, head to Katmandu Park’s upside-down house. With a huge mini golf course and different carnival rides, there is nowhere quite like this.
Day 2 – Evening: Try a taste of tradition
Magalluf has an assortment of cuisines and restaurants to try. From traditional Spanish tapas in authentic local bistros, to British restaurants serving proper fish and chips – there is something for everyone. For enticing small plates and some finer dining, head to Tan a Gustito Tapas. Or try a twist on tradition at Max Garden. Located in nearby Palmanova, this vegan, veggie and gluten-free friendly restaurant is cute, quirky and extremely Instagrammable. But if you just want a taste of home, then you can’t go wrong with a full English or steak pie at Tom Brown’s beachfront restaurant.
Day 2 – Night: Hit the big clubs
You can’t go to Magalluf without visiting BCM Planet Dance. One of the top clubs in the world, it opened 26 years ago and remains the biggest club on the island. A stage for international DJs such as David Guetta, Martin Garrix, Afrojack and Calvin Harris, BCM Planet Dance gives Ibiza a run for its money. Alongside the main dance music room, the basement is home to the best and craziest foam, UV and water parties in Magalluf. It’s the ultimate clubbing experience!
So, are you ready for 48 hours in Magalluf?
Posted: 27th Nov 2019.