Magaluf Stag and Hen Party short breaks are a great idea and easily arranged. Want something a bit different for your stag or hen party. Want guaranteed sun, glorious sandy blue flag beaches, 24/7 bars and clubs lining the beach, go-karting, paintballing and so on. Think about Magaluf and Palmanova and a big weekender!
For as little as Â£125 per person, if you don't mind sharing rooms, take your big weekender in Majorca from Fridays through to Mondays. Perfect short breaks for stag and hen parties, birthday parties, club opening nights and whats more with your stamina why not take a night flight and save money. Transfer time from Palma Airport to Magaluf and Palmanova is only about 30 mins to an hour.
Majorca Waterparks are on the menu around Magaluf, and perfect entertainment for Stag and Hen Parties. Check out Aquapark Magaluf, a waterpark which offers a whole range of water rides, big and small. There's a new ride here called Tornado, aptly named as you're powered by water through a circular tube, the idea being you move like a tornado.
Of the big rides choose from Boomerang where you get catapulted down one almost vertical waterslide slope in a two person dingy ring, then thrown up another opposite, urr like doing a giant V. At least you can do this one with a friend or partner. Hurtle down the Kamikaze slide and god knows how many miles an hour, have a race with your mates on the multi-lane slide or surf the upto 1 metre high waves on surf beach. The park itself is a very good size, and well equipped with ample parking facilities, toilets and lots of food outlets and a cafeteria area.
Opening hours are seasonal, from May 3rd to October 9th 2004, with gates opening May, June, September and October from 10 am to 5 pm. July and August, 10 am to 6 pm. Check the waterpark website for price details.
Carretera Cala Figuera - 07182 La Porrasa, Magalluf (Mallorca), Tel: 971 130 811. For Public Transport, take the Catalina Marqués bus lines 2 and 10 stop opposite the Park on their way to Palma, and also from Palma to Santa Ponsa and Peguera. The Park is located only 5 minutes away from Palma Nova-Magaluf and 10 minutes from Santa Ponsa, Parguera and Palma.
Ok, are you ready for some serious go-karting in the Magaluf Sun on the Stag or Hen Magaluf weekend. This track bills itself as the safest karting circuits in the world! They cover the range here, from young beginners to experts wanting to race and flex their go-karting muscles.
They run events for groups here, which is great news for stag and hen parties, or holiday parties and corporate events. You can hire exclusive use of the whole complext, but it's not cheap. Check their web link for price details.
The range of rented karts offered is second to none, serving all ages, from three-year-old children to teenagers and adults. Different karts are adapted to different needs. The mini karts are for the youngest family members, the junior kart, as well as the super junior kart are for teenagers and the senior and super senior karts are for adults who like speed. The pro-kart and the extra-kart are for those who know what they're upto.
Go-Karting Magaluf, Cami de Sa Porrassa, Magaluf, Tel: +34 971 131 734 (check web link to the right)
Both Magaluf and Palma Nova sit firming within the Med dance tour firmament, perfect for stag and hen clubbing!
It's not just the music, sunshine, glorious sandy beaches and watersports that attract such a large number of young people, including stag and hens, to Magalluf, it's also the fact that this Majorca resort is great value for money! Cheap cheap, with pints going at around Â£2, in over 100 bars. There are two supremo tourist information websites on both Magaluf and Palma Nova. Check out magalufuncovered.co.uk and the delectable shagalluf.com for all the information you'll need on the best bars, clubs and entertainment in Magaluf. Well worth checking on the scene before you head out, rather than grappling around when you get there. (weblinks to the right!)
Eating out is easy in Magaluf, with cheap being the key word, and meals only setting you back about Â£12. Many of the bars serve snacks American style, and these bars stay open til 7am in the morning. All your recognisable favourites are there as well for quick grabs, including Macdonalds and Burger King. You can find a good range here though, contrary to perceptions there's a good mix of Spanish and English traditional food.
Magaluf means party time, bars and clubs open all night - you can literally dance the night away, fun times, sunbathing and water sports, people watching and a superb range of entertainment including Western Waterpark, the rather unusual but popular Pirates show, and paintballing and go-karting to name a few!
Check out BCM Magaluf, Planet Dance, a hotspot club in Magaluf. Frequented by the likes of DJFubar (check link to right), BCM has an impressive 10,000 watts of sound and 400,000 watts of lighting systems. There's five screens showcasing dazzling laser shows and 16 "cannons" dispense party paraphernalia such as balloons, wet stuff and the like, eek. The building has no internal pillars, allowing plenty of space, while its incredibly high ceiling gives clubbers the feeling of being outside under the stars. A team of dancers get the party moving, supported by some of the world's best DJs as they tour the Med. BCM Planet Dance, Avda S'olivera, s/n, Magaluf, Spain, 07182, Tel: +34 971 132 715
There's some ace tourist info sites on Magaluf out there already (see links to the right), so for detailed club info check with them. There's a real working together of the clubs and bars out there. People seem to look out for each other. The result is things like the relatively new club pass - the MCP Magaluf Club Pass. This gives you entrance to the five big clubs including Boomerangs, Bananna Club (watch out for Hed Kandi here!), the classic 60s, 70s & 80s venue Carwash, Fusion and Tokio Joes. With the Magaluf Club pass when you pay admission to any of these five clubs you get your first drink free, plus you'll get stamped and it'll give you unlimited admission to any of the five clubs. Takes out a lot of hassle!
Highly recommended by the magaluf uncovered site is Ness Beach Club right on the Magaluf beach stretch. Laid back, great food, and a superb venue for getting in the party mood with great DJs spinning tunes in the background, and an enormous terrace from which to watch the world go by. The venue has it's own website, all in Spanish, rather nice looking DJs. Tel - +34 619 46 06 97 to make a reservation.
Want ya Sunday Roast? Get down to 42nd Street then, opposite the Sling Shot, can't miss it apparently. 42nd Street is a family run bar/restaurant with a friendly very English atmosphere, and food served is mostly traditional English, with various Chef specials each day. There's a pool table, large screen tv and a little terrace onto the street for good people watching! Find 42nd Street on Calle Pinada 7, Torrenova, Magaluf, Calvia, 07181, Mallorca. Tel: +34 971 134 646
Daiquiripalace, aka Gill and the Girls, is renowned for it's iced cocktails. Again this bar/eatery is right on the beach, offering great beach views. 24 different iced cocktails are on offer here, plus a large beach bar with terrace, a steady reel of tunes, a the food is American snack style, pizzas are their speciality and made fresh every day, served in rectangle slices.
No doubt the attractive waitresses pull in those punters as well. Looks like they work pretty hard. This place is big, with a huge terrace, a barbecue area, three outside kiosk, a large game area, and an inside food court with game room. Size aids the party atmosphere, and Daiquiri will accommodate large or small corporate events or celebration events - upto 2000 they say. Find Daiquiri at Calle Contraalmirante Ferragut, S/N, 07181 Magalluf, Calvia, Majorca, tel: +34 971 130855