The Magaluf strip is without a doubt where you’ll be spending the majority of your nights in Magaluf. Whether you want a bit of karaoke, have a little dance or just chill before one of our Ultimate Events there’s something there for everyone. You’ll soon get to know where is best for your group and you’ll be in there every night!
The Magaluf strip is on a hill! But don’t let this put you off because once you’ve had a few you’ll be marching up the strip with no regrets. The main strip itself is about 450 meters long with bars and clubs dotted on either side. There are also a few roads on the sides that will also have many more bars to choose from. You’ll also find some good little spots to eat and one of the biggest clubs in Magaluf on the main road to the strip – Avinguda de l’Olivera.
Where is the Magaluf Strip?
The Magaluf strip is located on the west side of the Island of Majorca. It is located about 30-40 mins drive from the main airport in Palma. The strip sits on a road just off Carrer Punta Ballena.
The strip runs adjacent to the beach in Magaluf with many of the bars like oceans beach bar having a view of the beach itself.
Unlike some of the strips in our other resorts, the traffic is closed off at night, so it’s perfect for walking up and down at night, but just remember if you’re getting a late flight in and your hotel is based around the strip, your journey may take longer and cost a bit more due to other routes being taken.
You’ll meet the reps on your first day who will be able to give you the lowdown on where everything is and you’ll get used to it in no time!
Magaluf Strip Map
Magaluf Strip Street View
The Magaluf Strip by Day
The Magaluf strip and surrounding areas are filled with things to do throughout the day. If you’re not feeling to fragile and want to venture out then shopping and go karting are just a few of the things you can do. Or if you’re wanting a bit more from your days on holiday then why not take a trip to the neighbouring town of Palma Nova, where you can visit popular attractions like water parks, crazy golf and Palma Nova beach.
If you are feeling a bit fragile and in need of a day of doing nothing then the Magaluf beach is the perfect place to go. Situated adjacent to the strip and right in the middle of it all it’s not too far from most hotels. Or if you just fancy chilling at your hotel pool and enjoy getting away from your normal 9 to 5 for a bit then we don’t blame you, unless you’ve got an event on of course.
A lot of the shops (especially tobacco shops) close quite early in Magaluf, so take advantage of the days by stocking up on hotel essentials – especially your water.
Restaurants on the Magaluf Strip
Places to eat in Magaluf are everywhere! You will be spoilt for choice. Whether you’re a home comforts sort of person who just eats what they know or you want to really get a taste of Spain there will be a place for everyone. From McDonalds, KFC and Burger King right through to authentic Spanish restaurants.
Don’t forget to check with the reps for where to use your Party Hard Travel discount wristband to get savings wherever you possibly can.
BlackBeards is situated at the beach front right at the centre. Boasting as the only BBQ Beach restaurant in Magaluf, if you’re looking for a meaty grill to sink your teeth into then this is the place for you. They also often have live music to create a proper holiday atmosphere.
Thai Pan is home to Magalufs’ Asian food. Available to sit in or takeaway! What doesn’t cure a hangover like Chinese food?
If you are in a large group that al fancy something different to eat then look no further than this place. It literally has something for everyone all in one place. Thai, sushi, steaks and other grills, fish and chips, kebabs, Italian, you name it.
Palm Beach is in the top 10 restaurants in Magaluf on trip advisor. So if you’re looking for something nice, this is your place. They do a range of different cuisines including your authentic Mediterranean, as well as some of your home comfort classics.
Enjoy a very cosy dinner with sea views for some great prices. If you’re looking for great value for money then look no further. Enjoy some holiday classics with great portion sizes and even better prices.
The Magaluf Strip by Night
The Magaluf strip by night will look completely different to the days. Bright lights and loud music coming from every angle. The strip will be the busiest you’ve ever seen it! The strip is on a hill, so most will start at the top and make their way down, but however you chose to do it you have to visit some of our top bars and clubs below.
Bars on the Magaluf Strip
Mambos terrace is one of Magaluf’s biggest outside bar venue with performances and shows and a great atmosphere each and every night. They also have HD screens ready to pull out when the sports are on in the day time. Anybody say Euros 2022?
Alex’s is one of Magalufs’ longest running bars. They’ve been operating year after year for the past 25 years so they must be doing something right.
Tiger Tiger is always busy and the atmosphere is buzzing all evening!
If you love to get up and do the Macarena and dance to other popular cheesy songs in a busy place, then this open terrace venue is the place to be. Get practising your dance moves.
Take our Magaluf reps’ word for it. Stereo does the best frozen daiquiri on the strip, with a few flavours to choose from, but the passionfruit one is the best! Get involved in the crowd as the bar blasts your commercial chart toppers all night.
Clubs on the Magaluf Strip
BCM is the biggest club in Magaluf and is located on the main road just off the strip. It’s also in the top 10 largest clubs in Europe and hosts some of the biggest DJs in the world!
Brand new for 2022! We’ve heard big things are coming, make sure you check it out on your 2022 holiday.
The MCP pass (included in the Ultimate events package) grants you access to 5 clubs in Magaluf – Tokio Joes, Carwash, Bananas, Boomerang, Honey
Hotels near the Magaluf Strip
In order to get the best experience we only offer hotels that have been highly rated by previous Party Harders, and if you book your holiday or hotel through us you’ll get our Magaluf Essential Events Package included for FREE.
Magaluf is full of hotels to host thousands of people each and every year. It is one of our busiest resorts so make sure you get your holiday booked up to avoid disappointment, as some of the more popular hotels can sell out, fast.
You’ll be charged a Tourist Tax when checking in. This amount is dependent on the star rating of the hotel, the number of nights you are staying and the number of rooms booked. The amount is not typically more than 5 euros per night. It’s also very normal in party resorts for hotels to charge a returnable room deposit. These room deposits are typically €50 euros per person and returned to you after your stay (providing you haven’t had the paint party in your room!). You’ll get these deposits back after the hotel staff give your room a check over when you check-out so don’t go too hard the night before – give yourself plenty of time to check-out and get to the airport.
More than likely, there will be a damages list in your room. You don’t want to blow your spending money on any new furniture so treat the place with respect. After all, this is going to be your home for the week.
Get your holiday to Magaluf booked now by checking out the available hotels. Don’t forget, we are the only travel agency to offer you the Essentials Events Package worth £100 completely free!
Magaluf Nightlife FAQs
Is Magaluf a good party holiday?
Magaluf alongside Ibiza has been the top holiday destination for the past ten years – and its not slowing down! Unrivalled beautiful beaches, scorching hot climate, world class nightclubs – what more could you want for an escape from the UK.
Where is the main nightlife in Magaluf?
Punta Ballena is the official party location of Magaluf. With over 40 neon lit bars, 5 booming night clubs and with venues open to the early hours of 6am, this is the central hub of activity in Maga and the place to be for all the biggest and best parties on the island!
Where is the party strip in Magaluf?
The Punta Ballena strip is located on the west side of Majorca, sitting on a road just off Carrer Punta Ballena and only two minutes away from Magalif’s main square. The strip runs adjacent to the beach in Magaluf with many of the bars like oceans beach bar having a view of the beach itself.
What are the current COVID-19 restrictions for Magaluf?
From 21 October 2022, all COVID-19 travel restrictions for travellers to Spain have been lifted. The rules that previously applied to travellers coming to Spain no longer apply:
you are no longer required to show proof of being fully vaccinated
you are no longer required to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test
you are no longer required to show proof of having recovered from COVID-19 in the last 6 months.
you are no longer required to complete a health control form prior to travel
What is the party season in Magaluf?
In Magaluf, the clubs start opening as early as April and stay open right through to September so you can visit for a party any time during this period. If you want to be in the heat of the action during the busiest months, Magaluf tends to be at its liveliest through the peak of summer in June, July and August.
What time do clubs shut in Magaluf?
Usually, the majority of clubs in the area get the party started from around midnight and stay open up until the early hours of the morning – 6am!
Is Magaluf full of lads?
Magaluf tends to be a popular destination for lads holiday, so don’t be too surprised if you see groups of lads around the area throughout your trip. However, this is not the predominant demographic as the area attracts a range of people, plus the locals are always out and about so if you want to avoid the rowdiness that groups of lads tend to bring, you will certainly be able to find a variety of spots for this.
Do they check ID in Magaluf?
As it is against the law to enter a nightclub in Magaluf if you are under the age of 18, expect to have your ID checked when you’re out so make sure you don’t forget it!
Do you have to pay for clubs in Magaluf?
Yes, clubs often have an entry fee in Magaluf. However, with our Ultimate Events Package you’ll only have to pay one set price for entry to a variety of events and locations throughout your holiday! Find out more here: The Ultimate Events Package – Magaluf Events 2023 | Party Hard Travel