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About Magaluf

About Magaluf

Located on Majorca, the largest of Spain's Balearic Islands, Magaluf is a place to soak up the sun and party until the small hours of the morning. The principal attractions are the large, beautiful beach and the wealth of bars and restaurants, which open early and close late. However, Majorca's small size means that you can easily reach all the other destinations on the island in less than 1 hour, with excellent connections to the capital city of Palma. There are regular flights from many major European airports to Palma's large international airport, located just 17 miles away from Magaluf hotels. Thanks to Opodo's user-friendly website, booking a cheap Magaluf hotel couldn't be easier. The Opodo website offers a powerful search engine, where you can find your hotel accommodation quickly and easily. You can filter the search results according to a number of variables such as price per night, number of travellers, and type of accommodation, making it easy to find the perfect hotel for your needs.

What to see in Magaluf

There's plenty to see and do in and around the resort when you book a hotel in Magaluf. Most of the action in Magaluf proper centres around the beach. Here, you can lay back with a drink in the Spanish sunshine, or partake in a number of water sports, such as swimming, para-sailing, and boating. The town is also packed with excellent bars and restaurants, many of which serve Spanish and British food at all hours of the day and night. Nearby Magaluf, you will also find a go-kart racing track, an excellent activity for families with kids, or for large groups of travellers. Alternatively, Marineland Magaluf, an animal-themed water park, is located just 4 miles to the west of Magaluf. Finally, one of the island's most popular attractions, the Pirates Adventure Show, is also located in Magaluf. This venue provides an evening of entertainment with acrobatics, music, dance, and good meals. Adult-only performances are staged here on select evenings for those who like a touch of erotica added to their evening out. 12 miles to the east of Magaluf lies the historic capital of Palma. A day trip here gives you the opportunity to take in the urban sights and attractions, including the hilltop castle and the Modern Museum of Contemporary Art.

Where to stay in Magaluf

Most of the accommodation in Magaluf is based around the two main beaches of Punta Prima and Punta Nadala. Visitors who avail themselves of hotel offers here enjoy direct access to the beaches and to the gastronomy and party venues in the city. However, this is a lively area of town, so it is best to stay here if you are planning on going out at night and partying with the rest of the revellers. For something more peaceful, a hotel near the beaches of Sol del Majorca or Cala Vinyes, located a few miles along the coast, is a better choice. The beaches are quieter here, but you are still within easy reach of the bustling main beaches if you want to have the occasional night out. If you are really looking for a retreat, rather than a social event, stay 5 miles to the west of Magaluf in the quaint town of Santa Ponsa. This quiet coastal town offers idyllic beaches, secluded bays, and verdant hills for evening walks. Nearby, you will also find the Santa Ponsa golf course.

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