Magaluf has been a staple for holidays for decades – and there’s good reason! If you’re looking for a holiday abroad to remember, Magaluf ticks all the boxes for the ultimate lads’ and girls’ holiday. You’ll also get The Essentials Events Package worth up to £100 included when booking your Magaluf holiday through us!
Chat to one of our Magaluf reps who will find you the best flights to Magaluf this summer. Whether you’re after the cheapest price or the most convenient flight time, our experts on WhatsApp will find you the exact Magaluf party holiday you’re after!
When you book your hotel through us, you’ll get The Essentials Events Package worth up to £100 included free with your booking. It includes:
• Pool Party
• Welcome To The Jungle
• Club Night
• Summer 2020 T-Shirt
• Discount Wristband
You’ll then have the chance to upgrade to The Ultimate Events Package at a heavily discounted price!
Find out all the essential information you need before heading to Magaluf this summer, including a map, the weather to expect, health and safety tips, emergency numbers, a guide to the nightlife and strip, and other top tips!
The summer seasons in Magaluf are a little bit different to some of the seasons. They start earlier and go on a little bit longer, with the busiest months being June and July. Our season in Magaluf starts around mid-May, that’s when all the best events start kicking off, and they keep on going each and every week until mid-September. Check out the tips below that answer our two main questions – when’s cheapest, and when’s busiest.
The cheapest times to go would be the end of May, beginning of June, end of August and beginning of September. It is a little bit quieter at these times and you can save some pennies.
So, the busiest time to go to Maga is June into July. That’s when the resort will be at its busiest. However with peak season the prices can be a little higher so bare that in mind when choosing your dates.
Majorca is a very popular Island to visit and the weather is one of the many reasons. The weather in Magaluf in the summer months on average is in the high 20s to 30s, sometimes even hitting the high 30s. The weather in Magaluf is typical for any Mediterranean island, and that means long hot summers. July and August sees the highest temperatures in Magaluf with the average hours of sunshine a day reaching up to 11 hours. Make sure you follow these simple steps to keep yourself safe in the sun:
Before you head out to Majorca, make sure you have adequate travel and medical insurance. Different insurance providers cover for different things, so make sure you read what cover you will get carefully before just going for the cheapest option – nobody wants to be hit with a big medical bill for a minor accident.
Although this should not be used as a substitute for insurance, you should consider taking a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC). An EHIC allows you to claim back any money spent on emergency treatment received within state hospitals (not private centres). Please note private medical centres and ongoing medical conditions are not covered with an EHIC, which is why insurance should also be purchased. If you do take medication for ongoing conditions, we also advise taking enough with you to cover your trip and then some, to allow for any delays to your flight home. Some of you may be wondering what affect Brexit will have on the EHIC card and here’s what we know. As far as we are aware EHIC cards will currently still be valid for all 2020 holidays. Information on the validity of the EHIC in 2021 is yet to be announced.
In the unfortunate event of you falling ill on holiday, there are a number of places that you can seek medical help in Magaluf. For minor ailments, you can use the chemist and for more serious problems there are a number of medical centres which provide a 24-hour service to tourists and locals. Please be advised that most medical centres operate privately, which is why we recommend travel insurance.
You don’t need a visa to travel to Majorca if you hold a British or European passport, 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 – you will not need any additional period of validity. If you’re wondering about how Brexit will affect travel to Majorca, the government foreign travel advice has stated that the above passport information will be valid until 31 December 2020.
If you are in need of any police assistance, there is a police station located in the middle of Magaluf. In cases of emergency, dial the emergency number 112 to be put directly through to police. A lot of the hotels in Magaluf have their own security guards, so should you need to report anything in or around your hotel, make sure you go to them.
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, as most ATMs will charge you a transaction fee. A number of clubs, bars and restaurants allow you to pay by card, however not everywhere will, 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. There are also new online banks that are perfect for when you go abroad as they allow you to withdraw a certain amount of money and use your card to a certain limit without any extra charges. Some of our reps use these cards too! Check which ones best suit you.
Did you come with us to Magaluf last summer and want to tag your photos? Or just want to see how good Magaluf really is? Check the pictures and galleries here!