• MAGALUF FUN UNDER THE SUN
  • APARTMENTS NEAR BEACH AND BARS
  • BOAT TRIPSBOOZE CRUISE OR LUNCH SAIL
  • HEN PARTY WITH STRIP SHOW AND MEAL
  • HOT NIGHTS FOR STAGS
  • PARTY ALL NIGHT AND DAY
  • KARTS, PAINTBALL, JET SKIS
  • MAGALUF STRIP NIGHTLIFE
  • MAGALUFNOT MUCH SLEEPING!
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Daytime Magaluf- because it can’t always be night!

Take a look at our suggestions for things to do in Magaluf by day: stag, hen and group weekend  activities. These range from the sedate and the waterborne to the positively adrenalin-packed. Click on the images below to see the options available. Or try the menu at the top of this page.

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This is just a selection of what we have to offer, don’t hesitate to contact us for more details. If you are looking for general information on Magaluf, read on…

Magaluf by day – hit the beach, pamper or get some adrenalin

things to do in magalufMagaluf is maybe best known for the nocturnal exertions that partying stag and hen groups love so much. However, the resort itself and the island of Majorca in general offer a surprising range of water, speed and adrenalin action. Not to mention some serious caving and cliff-jumping type activities that Mallorca is renowned for.  As distances to other parts of Majorca like Palma and Alcudia are not great, getting to the scene of the action is easy – and our activities include transport from Magaluf when required.

Besides bars and nightclubs, in Magaluf itself there are two water parks with a bungee rocket, go-kart racing, horseback riding and various water sports including SCUBA, jet-skiing and wind- surfing. There are also popular shows to visit such as dinner shows and cabarets providing family suitable entertainment, and the famous Katmandu explorers museum. Don’t miss it!

Magaluf Swimming … the challenge of Lizard Island

For a challenge amongst things to do in Magaluf: try swimming in the Mediterranean to the Black Lizard Island (Sa Porrassa) in  Magaluf Bay. It’s about 800m from the beach (south end). The name comes from the animals you’ll find there if you make it…