How to Plan the Ideal Magaluf Clubbing Holiday

May 21, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

If you’re looking for a somewhat cheaper clubbing holiday option than Ibiza, but you still want to see the world’s top DJs, Magaluf is an alternative destination worth considering.  

With daytime temperatures approaching 30° C during the summer months, cheap holidays to Magaluf offer the perfect blend of daytime relaxation and all out, night time carnage.

If you’ve never been to Magaluf before, and aren’t sure where to begin when it comes to planning your holiday, we’ve put together this handy guide to help you make the most of your Magaluf clubbing holiday.

Magalluf beach

Magaluf Beach

Where to stay

You may not intend on spending much time in your hotel, but it’s an important part of the trip to get right.

There’s nothing worse than stumbling out of a club at 5am in the morning and competing with other partygoers to flag down a taxi. Make the sensible choice and pick a hotel in the centre of the resort, close to the heart of the action and within walking distance of the Main Strip and BCM square.


Magaluf is positively teeming with beachfront bars and restaurants, where you can acquire almost any drink that you could possibly imagine.

Once you’re showered, changed and ready to hit the town, the main pre-clubbing action is situated along the Main Strip and BCM Square. Both have their own unique charm, with the terraces of BCM Square, especially, being a great place to meet some likeminded clubbers before your big night out.

The more hardened drinkers tend to head down to the Main Strip. Consisting of over 50 bars and four nightclubs, it’s a great place for a pub crawl, with cheap drinks deals on offer all night long.

Hitting the clubs

When it’s finally time to hit the clubs in Magaluf after a few beers on the Main Strip, the sheer number of clubs in the resort can leave you in a bit of a quandary; which one you choose generally comes down to your personal music taste.

Most Magaluf first timers are, understandably, drawn by the allure of BCM, one of the world’s largest super clubs. If you’re seriously into your music, you can’t go far wrong with BCM, with the club regularly hosting such headline names as David Guetta. And with a capacity of almost 7,000 BCM is a great place to cut some shapes.

If dance music isn’t your cup of tea, never fear – Magaluf has got you covered. Mallorca Rocks has featured guest acts of the calibre of Example, Tinie Tempah, and Kasabian, while those who love a bit of R&B and Hip Hop can always make their way to Tokio Joe’s.

Finding the right club for you in Magaluf may require a little bit of extra effort, but if you just ask at your hotel, speak to fellow clubbers, or chat with some of the promoters who line Magaluf’s streets, it’s pretty easy to get a handle on things quite quickly.

If you fancy sampling all that Magaluf has to offer, it could be worth purchasing a Magaluf Club Pass (MCP). An MCP will set you back around €55 for a week, but it gives you free access to five of the resort’s main bars: Bananas, Boomerang, Carwash, Honeys and Tokio Joe’s, as well as the pre-club bar, Icon.

Shaking off your hangover

Successfully overcoming a hangover after a big night requires planning. The resort’s 1,600-metre stretch of beach is the perfect place to catch up on your sleep, before grabbing some late lunch and getting back on it.

If your mates are struggling and you get a little bored just hanging around waiting for the sun to go down, Magaluf has a thriving water sports scene, which includes jet skiing, paragliding and banana boats.

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