STAGS GUIDE TO MAGALUF
During the day there is plenty to do. Magaluf is near some of the best golf courses in Spain so don’t forget to pack your sticks if that’s your thing, there are also two great water parks nearby and plenty of watersports on offer down at the beach.
Magaluf really comes alive after the sun has set. The action is centred on the Punta Ballena – aka ‘The Strip’, which is home to a mind-boggling array of bars, clubs and strip joints. Lennons Pub is as good a place as any to kick off, then the Daiquiri Palace is worth a visit to party on the vast balcony overlooking the sea whilst enjoying some of their legendary frozen cocktails. If you are on a budget don’t stay in one place for too long – competition is fierce, so it is easy to jump from happy hour to happy hour and enjoy cheap drinks all night long!
Magaluf’s nightclubs are legendary and you are spoilt for choice in deciding where to end your evening. The Poco Loco Disco is great if you want to go cheesy and cheerful, it is also very popular with Hen parties so there is no shortage of ladies. If you want something a bit more hardcore then BCM Planet Dance – famous for its foam parties – is a must.