What Does a Cheap Holiday to Magaluf Have to Offer?
"The island offers sunshine all day long on the beach, and features the most vibrant and loud parties in the night.."
Magaluf is a lively holiday resort in Mallorca, a scenic island off the coast of Spain, and is one of the most well-known holiday resorts in Europe.
Magaluf holidays are the first choice of holidaymakers from Britain and other Northern European countries due to its breath-taking beaches and seasonal lively nightlife culture.
The island offers sunshine all day long on the beach, and features the most vibrant and loud parties in the night. You can be sure of the quality of Magaluf Beach, as it has been awarded the European Blue Flag for cleanliness. The main beach in the centre of Magaluf, however, can become extremely crowded during the peak summer season, so many people on holiday in Magaluf head towards Palma Nova beach, a short walk from the main resort.
You want to be as comfortable as possible on your holiday to Magaluf, especially in the hot summer months. With a whole host of 1 – 5 star hotels and holiday accommodation to choose from, you can find rooms to suit your requirements and as importantly, your budget. Like always, this year most of the British tourists are selecting cheap holidays to Magaluf, with families in particular opting for package deals.
Magaluf – Activities & Attractions
"Magaluf boasts activities for the relaxed holidaymaker and the more active tourist, but proves especially popular among youth travellers.."
Magaluf has something to offer holidaymakers of every possible age group and boasts a whole host of activities for both the relaxed holidaymaker and the more active tourist, but most activities here are especially popular among youth travellers.
Water sports activities include windsurfing, snorkelling, scuba diving, jet-surfing, para-sailing and paragliding.
Magaluf Aqualand is a popular spot with families, and young groups, featuring a dive centre where you can fulfil your interest in diving by hiring the necessary equipment and taking diving lessons.
The HQ of Nightlife, Restaurants, Shopping & Transport
"You can find local food from Mallorca, such as arroz brut or tumbet, traditional rice and vegetable dishes, or paella made with fresh locally sourced fish.."
The nightlife you'll witness on a holiday to Magaluf is notoriously famous.
There are no less than 24 bars operating in Magaluf, along with the widely known Lineker's bar and Europe's largest club - BCM.
During peak season, various drinks and club entrance offers are available at very reasonable prices, attracting hundreds of visitors from the 'strip', aka the main stretch of bars and clubs.
Asides from partying, Magaluf holidays offer a wide range of cuisine and an abundance of restaurants, tapas bars and easy takeaway options. You can find local food from Mallorca, such as arroz brut or tumbet, traditional rice and vegetable dishes, or paella made with fresh locally sourced fish and a selection of Mallorcan cheeses to go with bread and ali oli (garlic mayonnaise).
There is a lot to offer in terms of shopping in the markets of Magaluf, where you can shop for souvenirs, jewellery and clothing among other items. The closest markets to central Magaluf are in Calvia on a Monday, Galatzo on a Tuesday and Andraitx on a Wednesday and with transport is being so reliable, they are very accessible, regardless of where your hotel is based.
Weather and Climate
"Sunshine will feature on your Magaluf holiday, no matter what the time of year.."
Magaluf can be very hot during summers, especially during July and August, when the heat is at its peak.
From May to October you will find regular sunshine, however winter brings the likelihood of rain, and from the months of November to April, temperatures could even drop below 10°C.
During summers, the average temperature remains at 30°C. But sunshine is a regular feature of the place, and there will be at least some share of sun for each day of your Magaluf holiday, no matter what the time of year.