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Holidays to Magaluf
Holidays to Magaluf
Why Holiday in Magaluf?
In the surrounding area you’ll find everything you need for a great holiday, with local attractions ranging from golf courses to waterparks. Cyclists, runners and driving enthusiasts will love exploring the local landscape – just make sure you keep an eye out and a camera handy for those breathtaking sea views. Palma, Majorca’s capital city, is just 20 minutes’ drive away, and is great for shopping opportunities and swotting up on your Spanish history. Other excursion-worthy resorts nearby include Palmanova to the north and Santa Ponsa to the west.
Beach Holidays in Magaluf
Magaluf Beach is a sandy crescent that stretches for 2km. The water is high-quality and clean, and there’s a great range of beachside facilities too. Sun loungers and parasols are available for a local fee if you fancy spending the day relaxing. These are great for soaking up the sun or cooling off in the shade with a book. You’ll find toilets and showers nearby to keep you feeling refreshed too. If living your best holiday life proves thirsty work, there are plenty of bars within metres of the beach. There are also lots of places to eat, ranging from laid-back cafes to upscale eateries. Like to add some thrills to your beach break? Try your hand at water skiing, scuba diving, jet skiing, wind surfing, stand-up paddle boarding and more – you’ll find diving and watersports centres dotted along the beach.
Food and Drink in Magaluf
Fancy a teatime tipple? It’s got to be a glass of herbes de Mallorca – a fragrant liqueur made from herbs. If you’ve got a sweet tooth, then try the prettily-patterned ensaimada – a Majorcan spiral-shaped pastry that’s often filled with cream. You’ll find plenty of bars and restaurants along the promenade of Magaluf Beach. There are also places to eat, drink and be merry further in-land and in the nearby resort of Torrenova. Want to dance until the sun comes up? Head to Puenta Baena – the Magaluf Strip – for the best bars, clubs and party atmosphere in town.
Magaluf has always been known as a party town. It’s great for grabbing your mates and getting away for a week in the sunshine, it’s true, but this Majorcan beach resort is also great for family holidays and romantic breaks. Your little ones will love the rides and slides at Katmandu Park and splash to their hearts’ content at Western Water Park. There’s also Jungle Parc for your budding thrill-seekers or big kids – here you’ll find zip-lines and tree-top adventures galore.
With a short and sweet flight time of less than three hours from the UK, the beach is definitely in reach when it comes to holidays to Magaluf – you could even steal away for some weekend sunshine when it’s that close to home! Whether you choose a short break because good things come in little packages, or opt for a longer stint in the sun because good things are also worth taking the time to enjoy, there’s no wrong way to spend your holiday to Magaluf.
Useful Info for Visiting Magaluf
Since 1st July 2016, the Balearic Government have charged a sustainable tourism tax on all overnight stays. This applies in Magaluf and is payable on arrival to your hotel. The tax increased on 1st January 2018 to:
• 5-star & 4-star superior hotels: €4 per person, per day
• 4-star & 3-star superior hotels: €3 per person, per day
• 1-star, 2-star & 3-star hotels: €2 per person, per day
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