Magaluf has been a staple destination for party holidays for many years and would definitely still be considered a great party holiday destination to all. With a reputation for insane parties, beautiful weather and long summers, it’s no surprise that the island has been a party holiday hotspot for many years now (maybe your parents even have a few Maga stories- ask them!)
Although it’s been a big destination for a while, the resort is always changing and never grows boring or stale- alongside the longtime classics there’s always something new in store each year!
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Do you want to party hard in Magaluf? The exciting events begin in June so if you want a good deal on your party holiday as well as starting your summer with a bang then choose the date today and get preparing for the party holiday of your life! Peak season in Magaluf is July through to mid-August but clubs and events are open between June and September. Some of you may already be thinking of the two main points, when’s busiest and when’s cheapest:
As can be expected in peak season the prices can be a little bit higher. If you still want to enjoy a clubbing holiday full of events but are wanting to spend a little bit less, then June and the start of September is the best time for you to go. You’ll still be guaranteed to have a good time it just means quicker service at the bar, and who doesn’t want that?
Who wouldn’t want to join in on the islands maddest parties, having entry to the best clubs & events that are not to be missed? If you want to go when Maga is at its peak, then book your clubbing holiday for July! The events will be buzzing, and you’ll be sure to meet loads of other party harders and have a good time.
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Check out what events will be on during your stay with our event calendar.
When are you going away?
The resort itself is open from April right through to October. The best time to go if your wanting to ensure all of the events are on is from June – September. There’s still plenty of bars and restaurants open if you go at the beginning and end of the season but during peak season it will definitely be the liveliest , the busiest and the hottest – and were not just talking about the weather 😉
Temperatures pick up as early as April, so it wouldn’t be unusual to see people down at the beach in their swimwear at Easter. During the main summer months, temperatures are over 30ºC and at times will be creeping towards 40ºC.
Yes! Magaluf is located on the biggest of the Balearic islands below the mainland of Spain. The flight to Magaluf is around 2 and a half hours from London.
You will need your passport to enter the country and return home so we would recommend using a safe during your holiday (these can be rented by your hotel) to store your passports and to keep them safe! You can always take a picture of your passport in case you need it for anything.
We would always recommend staying together with your group when your on holiday especially if your a smaller group and if it’s your first party holiday!
But if you are ever in a situation in which you feel unsafe, you can get in contact with your in resort reps who can give you some help and advice (Top Tip: Make sure everyone in your group has the reps number at the beginning of your holiday in case any of you ever need it and you weren’t all together)
Yes! Majority of places in Magaluf accept card and you shouldn’t have any problems with using your card. We would recommend looking at a travel card rather than using your own as some bank’s and businesses can charge when your abroad (double check this before you go).
As a backup, we would say exchange some euro’s as there is a tourist tax that has to be paid when you arrive at your hotel (usually a couple of euros pp per day) and also as a lot of the ATM’s can charge for taking money out when in resort.
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