Magaluf Holidays

Awash with sandy beaches, sun-kissed skies, and rows of adventure-filled hotspots, Magaluf, one of Majorca's major holiday resorts, is a pulsating paradise of fun and relaxation. Primarily a magnet for the British, Russian, Irish, German, and Scandinavian holiday seekers, it also woos the thrill-seekers and tranquillity-chasers alike with its multifaceted charm.

Known for its daytime laidback beach-hopping followed by energetic evenings rich in high-class performances and global flavours, Magaluf serves a celestial concoction of serenity and exhilaration. Whether you're a family, couple or a sun-seeking millennial looking for a memorable break away, make no mistake, Magaluf's got you covered.

Loading Hotels with Flights

Things to See and Do

From heart-thrumming adventures to tranquil family delights, Magaluf is sprinkled with endless attractions waiting to be discovered. Whether you're exploring the ambient landscapes or scaling new heights in the waterparks, make lasting memories with these unmissable experiences.

Plunge into Western Water Park

Pack your swimming suits and be prepared for a day of wild water antics. The intertwined slides, relaxing jacuzzis, and splash pads of Western Water Park cater to all ages. Seek ultimate thrills tackling 'The Beast' or enjoy mild fun at the dedicated kids' area.

Embark on an adventure at Katmandu Park

Invade the realms of imagination and experience an array of adrenaline-fuelled activities at Katmandu Park. From Playzones to mini golf, it’s an exhilarating encounter not to be missed.

Take a dip at Platja de Magaluf

Being in Magaluf and not visiting the famous Platja de Magaluf can't go hand in hand. Immerse yourself in the clear waters, leisurely relax on the sandy beach or bask in the vibrant nightlife that has earned the resort its undeniable reputation.

Tread the streets of Palma Nova

Just a stone's throw away from central Magaluf, explore the beauty and charm of Palma Nova. From boutique shopping to beach bumming, the resort is a delight for all.

Dance the night away at Punta Balena strip

For night owls, the Punta Balena strip is the place to be. With world-renowned DJs regularly on the scene, dance the night away embracing the energetic vibe of Magaluf.

Food and Drink

From authentic Spanish cuisines to a range of global flavours, Magaluf offers a culinary journey you won't forget. With a myriad of restaurants, bars, and fast-food outlets, here are just a few of the gastronomic pleasures awaiting your arrival.

Relish Traditional Tapas

Indulge in a variety of glorious tapas dishes teemed with local flavours at Ca'ad'Or, one of Magaluf's culinary gems.

Enjoy English Comfort Food

Craving comfort food from home? Head over to Tom Brown's restaurant for an array of English dishes presented with an exquisite twist.

Sample Fresh Seafood

Feast on a fresh seafood spread amidst mesmerising sea views at Odyssey Marine Adventures.

Delight in Mediterranean Cuisine

Embark on a culinary cruise through authentic Mediterranean delights in the heart of Calvià Beach at Restaurante Plaza Del Mar.

Sip on Vibrant Cocktails

Toast to memorable nights with creative cocktails prepared by skilled mixologists at Katmandu Park's rooftop bars.

Destination Essentials

The sizzling temperatures of Magaluf reach their zenith in July making it the ideal time to visit for sun seekers but also the busiest. Yet its blazing charm extends all through summer until September, offering ample opportunities for a scintillating beach holiday.

For those seeking optimum comfort drenched in mild Mediterranean climate, the months of April to June and September to October prove to be the best time to visit. Lower tourist numbers offer a more relaxed ambience too. Remember the rainiest month is June so you may want your brolly handy during those times.


Magaluf is the embodiment of beach bliss with stretches of sandy escapism lining the coast and embracing the crystal azure waves. For sun worshippers and sandcastle creators alike, here are the trending sandy hotspots:

Experience Platja de Magaluf:

A bucket-list must, the shimmering sands and glittering waters of Platja de Magaluf is a postcard-perfect spot to indulge in some sun-soaking or water-bound excitement.

Discover Palma Nova Beach:

Explore the golden sands of Palma Nova Beach, situated in one of Majorca's most vibrant tourist spots. Bask in the sun or enjoy horse riding for an exhilarating adventure.

Unveil the beauty of Playa del Mago:

Beautifully nestled in a cove, the unspoilt expanse of Playa del Mago is notable for its fine white sands and gin-clear water - a pristine retreat for beach lovers.

Sink into Cala Cap Falcó:

Immerse yourself in the tranquil allure of Cala Cap Falcó. Sheltered in a cove, the narrow, deep beach with golden sands offers a peaceful beach day away from the hustle.

More Destinations

Travel more with LycaFly