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Magalluf is a vibrant holiday resort town in West Mallorca in the Mediterranean Sea, off the west coast of Spain. The town is best known for its stunning white sand beaches and calm turquoise waters, as well as its fantastic nightlife offerings. It’s an excellent destination for groups of friends to come together for a lively holiday filled with fun parties at the town’s 40+ bars, 5 night clubs, and speciality venues open through the night until the wee hours of the morning. Magalluf also has a quieter, more relaxing side for couples and families to enjoy with unique attractions and family-friendly entertainment venues.A holiday rental in paradise
Bring your Mediterranean holiday dreams to life with an idyllic holiday rental in Magalluf on the island of Mallorca. The resort town boasts an incredible variety of holiday rentals and lettings with varying customised features and design styles. Opt for a holiday rental with a private pool and a terrace where you can enjoy spectacular views of the Mediterranean. Stay in a rental near the water just steps away from the beach. Couples can enjoy cosy, intimate lettings with a sauna and a hot tub. Get away from the crowds and enjoy a truly relaxing holiday with a rental on the edge of town with a large garden space and plenty of privacy. Oversized rentals are available for large groups and families with some options designed to comfortably sleep up to 12 people. You can enjoy all the modern amenities you’d ever need to feel comfortable throughout your holiday such as Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, and a fully functioning kitchen. With so many excellent holiday rental options available in Magalluf, you’ll be sure to find one that perfectly suits your preferences.
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The area and getting around
Since Magalluf is situated on an island, the vast majority of visitors arrive by aeroplane. The closest airport to Magalluf is Palma de Mallorca Airport, which is a major international airport and the third-busiest airport in Spain. Getting from the airport to Magalluf can be done a few different ways. You can use a taxi, which is the fastest and most convenient option and takes around 25 minutes. Using a bus or a shuttle takes around 50 minutes.Getting around Magalluf
Magalluf is a compact town and nearly all points of interest around the town are reachable on foot. If your holiday rental is near the town centre, you’ll likely be just steps away from numerous shops, bars, restaurants, and attractions. The main beach in Magalluf is easily reachable on foot or by taxi from most points around the town. The neighbouring town of Palma Nova is also within walking distance from Magalluf and boasts a lovely beach as well as many family-friendly attractions worth exploring.
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Mallorca is a world-class diving and snorkeling destination and there are many remarkable dive spots near Magalluf. Go for a diving excursion with PADI certified dive centre Big Blue Diving. They offer equipment rentals and all levels of courses for beginners and advanced divers. If you prefer to snorkel instead of dive, you can do a guided snorkeling tour with Bladerunner, which offers jet-boat excursions with stop offs for swimming and snorkeling. Equipment and drinks are included in the tour price!Magalluf for groups of friends
Magalluf is a wildly popular destination for groups of friends on holiday together. Treat yourselves to a bit of fun at Wave House where you can test your surf skills on an artificial wave. The venue aims to recreate a Californian surfer beach experience and offers loads of fun for those who dare to catch a wave or two! Also, ride the slides at Western Water Park. This top-rated water park is designed for adults and boasts a variety of different waterslides, some of which are extra thrilling.
Magalluf boasts a nearly year-round sunny climate with over 300 days of sunshine per year and an average temperature of 30ºC during the summer and 14ºC in the winter.
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The town’s main beach, Playa de Magaluf boasts a stunning 1 kilometre long stretch of soft white sand and sparkling turquoise waters. The palm-lined shores boast a variety of restaurants and beach bars to dine or grab a bite to eat at. The beach is ultra-clean and usually uncrowded during the early hours of the day. There are nice facilities with toilets and showers for visitors to use.2. Experience the nightlife
Magalluf is famed for its lively nightlife scene. The main streets of the town are lined with spirited bars and nightclubs. For live music and cocktails, spend the evening at Bar Papis. If you want to spend the entire night dancing, go to BCM Planet Dance. For excellent music and a fun atmosphere, don’t miss out on a fun evening at Stereo Bar Magaluf.3. Dine like a local
Indulging in delicious Spanish cuisine is one of the highlights of a trip to Mallorca. While in Magalluf, don’t miss out on the opportunity to try some of the delicious local dishes. Enjoy grilled seafood and meat dishes at Mesón Can Miguel. Try Spanish tapas at Angelo’s & Martin’s Tapas Bar & Restaurant. For a lovely ambience and upscale Spanish cuisine, head over to Tast Magalluf.4. Enjoy a spectacular dinner theatre performance
Pirates Adventure is a dinner theatre in Magalluf offering a spectacular circus-style show with incredible acrobatics and an overall jaw-dropping theatre performance. Tickets include food, drinks, and seating. You won’t want to miss out on this top-rated entertainment attraction while you’re in Magalluf!5. Spend the evening at Piano Bar Magaluf
Sip on some of the best sangria on the island at one of the best bars in town. This bar plays a wide range of excellent music from the 70s and 80s, as well as modern tunes. Piano Bar Magalluf is renowned for its ultra-friendly and enthusiastic staff members and pleasantly atmospheric setting. Many who visit claim it was their favourite bar they’d ever been to!
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Magaluf
How much does it cost to rent a holiday letting in Magalluf?
Based on its annual average price of £138.80, Magalluf is not a city that stands out as being the most expensive or the cheapest in Spain.
When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Magalluf?
According to our most recent historical data, the months with the cheapest prices in Magalluf are April, November, and October, with average prices of £104.78, £105.13 and £105.95, respectively.
In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday letting in Magalluf?
In 2020, the month that offered the highest average prices in Magalluf was July, with an average price of £218.33 per night. This was followed by June, with an average of £209.73, and August, with £189.52.
Is it necessary to plan a trip to Magalluf well in advance?
We recommend you to book in advance in Magalluf as only 54% of the properties are available, according to our 2020 data.
When are more holiday lettings available?
The most available months, on average, are May (with an availability of 85%), January (75%), and October (67.2%), according to the trends observed in 2020.
When are fewer lettings available?
The months with the lowest properties available in Magalluf are, in order, August, July and February, with respective average availability figures of 15.6%, 35%, and 39.8%, based on data collected in 2020.
Are there many holiday rentals in Magalluf?
Holidu has 50 properties in Magalluf, offered by 9 different partners.