Renowned the world over as one of the hottest party destinations in Europe, Magaluf is a resort town on the Spanish island of Mallorca. With great weather, tonnes of top clubs and some of the best beaches in Europe, it’s the perfect destination for stag and hens looking to let loose and party hard.

During the busy summer months, the weather in Magaluf is pretty spectacular with the average temperature hovering around 30 degrees. This makes it the perfect spot for beach clubs, rooftop bars and, of course, beachside chilling.

With more bars, pubs and wild clubs than you can shake a stick at, it’s no surprise that Magaluf has gained a reputation for being one of the top party destinations in the world. Plus, prices are relatively cheap and it’s only just over a 2 hour flight from the UK, get in!

Explore the city


The infamous Strip

Magaluf’s reputation speaks for itself. There is a club for just about everything along the Punta Ballena strip - from massive themed bars to foam parties, to world-class performers. Plus, there’s some unbelievably cheap drink deals to be had. Walk from one end to the other and see over 50 neon-lit venues and a never-ending party atmosphere.


The legendary beaches

Magaluf Beach is the ideal place to recover from the night before. One of Mallorca’s loveliest and cleanest beaches, it is pure white sand, blue seas and beach bars.


Magaluf Booze Cruise

Nothing says Magaluf more than this epic booze cruise. You’ll get to revel in the sights and sea on a mad party boat. After boarding, you’ll get to soak up the coastline views as you cruise out to sea with the best soundtrack to accompany you. With a fully stocked bar and electric dancefloor, there’s no doubt that this will be a party to remember.


Water Park Entry

Any trip to Magaluf will almost certainly involve a hangover or two. But there’s no point feeling sorry for yourself in your hotel. Instead, get up and head to this amazing water park. It’s sure to blow away any cobwebs from the night before and the slides, flumes and wave pools are sure to keep you entertained all day. If the hangover is too much to handle, just kick back in the lazy river or sun lounger while you enjoy the beautiful scenery.



This is the perfect activity for any of you adrenaline junkies out there. You’ll be attached to a special parachute before setting sail in a powerful speedboat, ready to launch into the skies. Once you’ve reached the required hair-raising speed, you’ll be up, up and away! You’ll get incredible views as the boat tows you along at speeds of up to 70mph. It’s definitely not one for the faint hearted.


Magaluf is famed for being a top party destination for one reason only – the nightlife. With tons of amazing bars, electric clubs and some exclusive beach bars, it’s definitely going to be a wild weekend. The majority of the most popular bars and clubs are set in an around the heart of the city and, of course, the main strip.


Magaluf Strip

It’s only a little longer than 600 meters but is packed with dozens of bars, hotels and clubs all packed with tourists looking to have a good time. It certainly isn’t a cultural affair, but with bars like Havana, Jumpin Jaks and Mulligan’s all located on this street, it’s not to be missed.


Pirate Show

Experience the thrill of an adults-only, high-octane and electric party experience. You can expect attractive performers, dancing on tables, and maybe even a few celebrity visitors. It’s one of the top evening activities in Magaluf, and definitely tops a night out in the local bar. The variety show includes a plot packed full of innuendos, amazing acrobatic performances and great music.


Beach Clubs

Set on the coastline, Magaluf has plenty of wicked beach bars and clubs to keep you happy while you're soaking up the sun. They’re the best place to chill out in more stylish surroundings and are our favourite place to nurse our hangovers after a night on the strip. Check out Folies Beach Club for a casual place to drink, eat and swim, or Nikki Beach for some more lively events and cracking cocktails.


Sports Bars

Magaluf is packed full of great sports bars to cater for the tourists that come flooding in each year. Plus, we’re not just talking about the standard grotty bars of Britain, these are stylish bars which often have outside seating for you to enjoy the latest games. Check out JJ’s Sports Lounge for some great sporting action, plus they have a pool table to keep you busy at half time. Alternatively head to Sport90 for the latest sports – they even have a casino and cinema on site too!

Eat Like A Local

Let's be honest – Magaluf is not famous for it’s high-end food scene. But that’s not to say that you can’t find some top-quality nosh while you’re at this party capital. Plus, there’s a few bites that you have to try while you’re out there.



Mallorca is a Spanish island so, of course, you can expect some pretty amazing tapas options. These small plates are perfect for bigger groups wanting to share and you might even get to try something new. Head to Cafeteria Tapas for some chilled-out Spanish vibes, or Restaurante Casa Garcia’s for some fresh tapas delicious and English options too.



Being next to the sea means that Magaluf has some great fresh seafood options. You can expect shrimp, crab and maybe even some lobsters too. Sure, it might be a little more pricey than the fast food chains along the strip but it’s definitely a bit healthier. We recommend The Olive Tree and Ciro’s Restaurant for some epic beach-side seafood.


A Taste Like Home

After a night out on the town, you’ll be sure to need some grub on the way back to your accommodation. It won’t be hard to find options to grab a bite to eat at any time of the day (or night) here. There’s hundreds of fast food joints, takeaways and late-night restaurants ready to serve you. There’s even a Subway, so you’ll never feel too far from home.


As Magaluf is such a popular resort for big groups of Brits looking to party, it should be no hassle to organise the perfect accommodation for a big group. There’s lots of low-cost hotels that have group rooms or, if you really want to save some cash, check out one of the many hostels. Or, if you want to splash the cash, check out some of the more expensive hotels that feature pools and have regular parties.

Magaluf does not disappoint

Your guide to the perfect weekend on the wildest party resort

Apart from swimming 400m to Black Lizard Island, the biggest challenge in Magaluf is making it from one end of Punta Ballena Strip to the other in one piece. Punta Ballena’s where most of the bars and clubs hang out and it’s here that Magaluf makes good on its reputation for being the biggest, baddest and best party resort in Europe. For the ultimate recovery position you need Magaluf Beach during the day – work off your sins with watersports or just lie in the sun and wait to feel better and you can do it all over again.

And remember, Mallorca is a beautiful island, very historic, gorgeous scenery, top eco-reputation and some very exclusive spots. So if you need a total break from Magaluf madness, dress up nice, lose the attitude, catch a bus and go be civilised for a bit.

Magaluf at a glance:

  • Located on Mallorca, the largest of Spain’s Balearic Islands and is just 24km from the island capital Palma de Mallorca
  • Boasts a marvellous 300 days of sunshine a year
  • Attracts over 1 million visitors annually
  • Magaluf Beach is 7km long and one of Mallorca’s loveliest and cleanest
  • The resort has over 100 bars, most of them on Punta Ballena – AKA ‘Magaluf Strip’

Local knowledge:

Magaluf Beach - miles and miles of pure white sand and party spirit Offering more than four miles (or 7km in new money) of pure white sand, blue sea, palm trees, beach bars and sun loungers you can pay to be posh on for a while. This is where Magaluf’s party people spend the day recovering from their excesses. Watersports are big and everywhere, booze cruises set sail from the bay, you can swim to Black Lizard Island for a bit of peace and perspective or you can just lie in the hot, hot, hot sun and play at being on holiday. One thing that always surprises people about Magaluf Beach is its Blue Flag, proving that good, clean fun is possible in the most unlikely places.

Black Lizard Island - for wannabe explorers The 400m swim from Magaluf Beach to Black Lizard Island (Isla de sa Porrossa) is a holiday favourite. The island’s uninhabited except for said lizards and has great views. But be warned: it looks closer than it is, so if you’re unsure about swimming, take a pedalo instead.

Punta Ballena – one big, long party strip This is the Magaluf you know and love (even if you’ve never been you’ll have seen). Most of the resort’s bars and clubs live here and it’s known locally as Magaluf Strip – sort of like Vegas but without the celebrities, mammoth hotels, Bellagio Fountains and overcharging for everything. You’re not here for the scenery or the quaint or the cute, this is just one big, long party come pub-crawl and not pretending to be anything else. If you aren’t up for it, you’ll soon know.

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Best bars in Magaluf:

Coco Bongo, Avinguda de les Palmeres - Right opposite the legendary Mallorca Rocks Hotel, Coco Bongo is a bit of an icon in its own right. Always busy and known for its sunburned masses thronging the crowded terrace until the sun comes up and beyond.

Bronze Bar, Avenida S’Olivera Add Scots to booze, crank up the chart sounds, let it go and it looks something like Bronze Bar. Magaluf’s Scottish bar has only one thing on its mind and it’s the relentless pursuit of the next party moment, all night, every night.

Baywatch, BCM Square If Baywatch came in off the beach, stopped running around saving lives and focused on body shots, drinking towers and the bikinis that made it famous in the first place, it would look something like Baywatch Bar on BCM Square. Cute lifeguards and guardesses in charge of booze and party.

Mambo, Punta Ballena - How drunk do you have to be to get on the back of a mechanical bull? Don’t ask the crowds at Mambo they don’t know, they just do it. Rave soundtrack, rodeo style antics and the best holiday pics in Magaluf.

Coyote Ugly, BCM Square - The best bits of a bad movie make this one of BCM Square’s biggest draws. Expect table-top dancers, shot girls, water spraying and a full-on bar crew making it all happen. And, unlike the movie, this Coyote Ugly is a great girls’ night too.

Linekers Bar, Avenida Magaluf - With 16 plasma screens showing live sport, outside movies screens, constantly topped up glasses and just next to Magaluf Beach, Linekers can’t stop and won’t stop. Free drink and shots are crowd pleasers in this party bar and it’s famous for ‘free drink all night’ hen and stag parties.

Best clubs in Magaluf:

BCM Planet Dance, BCM Square - The Strip’s biggest club and possibly the biggest in the Balearics, BCM has 15 bars, a dance ‘arena’ with 3D laser shows and it hosts all the resort’s legendary events, from foam and water parties to washing machine parties.

Boomerang, Punto Balena - Bringing the best DJs and live gigs to Magaluf summer after summer for the past 10 years, Boomerang is the stuff of legend on The Strip. Sounds are mixed and always thumping, energy is wild and Boomerang theme parties are famously insane.

The Office, Punto Balena - Free entry is a massive incentive but even without that sweetener, resident DJs, epic electro and house sounds and the up-for-anything atmosphere makes The Office one of the biggest clubs on The Strip.

Food: eat like a local:

Food has one purpose in Magaluf – soaking up the booze. But what you lose in haute cuisine you can make up for in carb overload and monster portions. And if you’re idea of ‘authentic’ is KFC, McDonalds and Subway, you’ve scored.

For more adventurous options, Pirate’s Beach Bar & Grill ( on Magaluf Beach enjoys the best location and is famous for its beach barbecues, fantastic burgers and great steaks. Open ‘til 2am every night so a brilliant stop for refuelling on a relentless party night.

Chilled out atmosphere and sizzling specialities are the beach bar staples at Foxy’s Beach Bar & Deli ( on Magaluf Beach. Stays open late and pulls in a relaxed crowd looking to just hang out, have something to eat and enjoy the beachy atmosphere.

Boat Yard ( on Magaluf Promenade serves Sunday roasts even in the height of summer and the locals love it. Lots of other Brit favourites on the menu, relaxed and friendly atmosphere and home-cooking doesn’t let up until 4am most mornings.

Back on Magaluf Beach, Ness Beach Club ( offers an amazing, open terrace overlooking the sea, the standout feature of this great beach bar. Serves snacks and meals all day and keeps everything light, easy and really reasonable.

Famous for their fantastic breakfasts and great prices, there are three Tom Brown’s ( in Magaluf and they’re always busy. Just turn up and even if you have to wait a bit the Spanish omelette and fresh rolls are definitely worth it.

When to visit:

The Balearic Islands are famous for their all-year-round sunshine and Mallorca is no exception. Magaluf temperatures are 30°C on average from May to September. Spring’s a bit cooler and winter isn’t scorching but you definitely don’t need to wrap up warm. For clubs, pubs, bars and mayhem the summer holidays are best.

Best view of Magaluf:

Swim or hire a pedalo and visit Black Lizard Island. It’s one of the few places where you can look back at Magaluf and just see the white, sandy bays and palm tree prettiness without the party to distract you.

Getting about:

The good thing about being a famous party is keeping it all within walking distance and Magaluf does. There are taxis about if you need them but they’re quite expensive. And local bus services run to most attractions and to other parts of Mallorca.

Staying safe:

Magaluf is well-policed and most situations are handled swiftly before they get out of hand. Stick together with people you know, make sure someone knows where you’re going if you’re leaving a bar or club and keep an eye on your valuables in busy places.

Useful phrases:

Hello = hola
How Are You? = como estas?
What Time Is It? = a que hora es?
Where Is? = donde es?
Cheers! = Salude!