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ESSENTIAL TRAVEL INFORMATION ABOUT MAGALUF, MAJORCA


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Arrival Airport: Palma, Majorca

About Magaluf

With a huge number of clubs, supported by some incredible pubs, bars and picture-perfect beaches, Magaluf on the Spanish Island of Majorca is a clubbing paradise. Today it welcomes hardcore clubbers with open arms and has a fantastic, friendly and an 18-30 party atmosphere that is hard to match elsewhere.

To help ensure you have a trouble free holiday experience check out the following information in our essential travel advice guide:

When to go to Magaluf

The clubs start opening as early as April through to September, although the resort is at its liveliest during June, July and August. Due to these being the peak months, flight prices and accommodation tend to be more expensive during this period as well. If you want to save some money, the months of April, May and September will be cheaper periods to travel although they’ll also be slightly less busy.

Weather in Magaluf

The hottest month for Magaluf is August, with high temperatures reaching 25. This is also the prime time for swimming in the sea, as the water temperature hits 26 degrees. During the summer months you will have plenty of time to tan with 13 hours a day of sunshine, so the weather won’t disappoint. When September and October come around temperatures will drop and these are the wettest months for Magaluf, so expect to see some rain.

Health & Safety

Before you head of, make sure you have adequate travel and medical insurance. Although it’s not a substitute for insurance, it is also a good idea to get yourself a free European Health Insurance card (EHIC) before you head out to Spain. This will entitle you to any medical treatment that may become necessary during your trip. The EHIC will not cover you if you require ongoing medical treatment, so if you take medication long term, be sure to bring enough with you in case there are any unforeseen delays to your flight home.

Passport & Visas

You won’t need a visa to travel to Spain, but you will need a valid passport. Make sure that your passport is valid before you leave, and will remain valid for the duration of your stay. If you’re holiday ends, but you are not ready to return home, you are permitted to stay in Spain for up to three months. If you wanted to stay any longer, you would have to apply for a residence permit.

Healthcare

Doctors will usually visit hotels in Magaluf several times a week if you’re in need of treatment, but it’s not an emergency. If you have an emergency then call the general emergency service number 112. If a Doctor isn’t at your hotel you can go to the health centres directly at Municipal Basic Healthcare Unit - Palma Nova, C/ naBoira no. 2, 07181 Palma Nova Tel: +34 971 683775 or HospitenEspana - Clinica Juaneda, Avda. Son Matías, 1, 07181 Palma Nova Tel: +34 971 681518. You can also call the 24h medical service on+34 900 254 692 (free phone)

Police & Security

If you are ever in need of Police help while in Magaluf you can dial 112 for the general emergency services, or 091 for the general police services. If you want to go directly to the police station then it is located on 07180 Santa Ponça. You can also call this police station on +34 971 003300. If you have any concerns regarding the security of your hotel then don’t hesitate to inform hotel staff at the main reception.

ATM's & Currency

One of the main fears of travelling abroad is losing all your spending money while you’re there. Therefore it’s a good idea to familiarise yourself with the best ways to get hold your cash while out there, and how to keep it safe. You will find a number of ATMs in Magaluf, but before you use them, be sure to check with your bank how much they will charge you to withdraw. A number of clubs, bars and restaurants allow you to pay by card, however, not everywhere does, so be sure to have a combination of cash and card. You can also use prepaid currency cards when you stay, which allow you to top up an amount before you leave, and budget your spending.