Magaluf is a resort in Majorca, Spain which is increasingly gaining worldwide popularity. It is frequented by people from all across on the world. The sun, the clubs and the beaches particularly attract people from places that have a cold or humid weather like Scandinavia, Britain and Russia.
Majorca’s main airport is roughly 24 kilometers from Magaluf. The beaches here are almost so transparent that you can see right to the bottom. Magaluf boasts of innumerable water and adventure sports, a rich marine life and many natural wonders that cater to the entire family. But what brings the sea of revelers to Magaluf every year is its crazy nightlife.
Foam, water and popcorn parties are the highlights of the nightlife. There are themed and quaint pubs, clubs and restaurants at every nook and corner. Magaluf recently went through a facelift to improve its image and cater to families as well as party animals.
Many package tours are available for Magaluf from different countries and the best time for families to head here is when the party scene has died down a little. The peak time for the party season is July and August. This is the time that party animals throng to Magaluf in innumerable numbers. So those who are looking to enjoy some quiet time, explore Magaluf’s history and its scenic beauty could wait till the end of August before packing their bags.
Just like the rest of European countries, the Euro prevails in Magaluf. From luxurious accommodations to budget stays, there are countless options to fit every wallet. The language spoken by the natives is Spanish and Catalan. However, due to Magaluf’s thriving tourism industry, English is spoken commonly as well. A lot of the restaurants, hotels and clubs are owned and staffed by ex-pats, so the language barrier is very limited.