MAGALUF WEEKENDS – come and get it !
Come to marvellous Magaluf for a stag or hen weekend and enjoy Majorca’s finest beach and booze resort. Clubbing, water sports, great beaches and pools, and an all-night resort bar scene that is second-to-none. Chose one of our options below to find out more about what Magaluf can offer:
Magaluf non-stop partying!
Magaluf is everything you’d hoped (and feared) it would be. It’s all night drinking, it’s lizard-in-the-bidet and it’s a bloody great laugh. No one stands on ceremony in “Shagaluf” because, well no one stands. At night you’ll blend happily in with the masses of drunken tourist and undoubtedly adopt their mores and habits.
With alco-pops a gogo, Mojitos by the pint and San Miguel by the gallon, those seeking full-on nightlife should definitely consider this resort! To participate, simply stagger out of your apartments or hotel and fall into a chair full of beer.
Fun in Magaluf
Majorca’s liveliest beach resort packs in more fun per square metre than any other weekend sunshine destination. This is wall-to-wall seaside pleasure: the place for hedonists seeking an easy and affordable stag or hen party weekend in the sun. Magaluf is only 30 minutes from Palma airport and offers the lowest prices you’ll find in Spain.
With a white sandy beach, sunshine all year, abundant all-night clubbing and bars, and a palm-tree-size plethora of water and land-based daytime activities, you couldn’t choose a better destination for guaranteed fun and games.
Magalluf – so good they named it twice – language tip
Few groups get tangled up in the etymologies and orthographies of the locations they are going to, and you’ll have no worries with the lingo in Majorca (except those of you can’t even speak English very well…). Many people ask about how you spell Magaluf however (or is it Magalluf ?). Well, the good news is both will do, the version with two l’s being favoured by the local mallorquin language purists….
And if you need a break from all that spelling, clubbing and beach volleyball, try a tour of the posh capital city Palma, or explore some of scenic Majorca’s unspoilt coves and hills.