The Ultimate Guide To Magaluf 2017

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2017 season: What we can expect


The summer season has officially started. May tends to be a quieter month in Magaluf, but if you’re thinking about a working holiday in Magaluf this is the time to go.

Revellers from all over travel to the Balearic island to meet other likeminded people before scoring jobs and embarking on their working season in Magaluf.

Temperatures range from 18-23 degrees.


A popular month for young party-goers, expect extravagant opening parties at the beginning of the month, and parties to be in full swing of things by the end of the month.

June is especially popular as flight prices tend to be cheaper than July and August – this is due to summer holiday timings.

And whilst June isn’t as busy as July or August, the parties certainly aren’t any less energetic than other months, plus many others’ will have the same idea when it comes to saving a few buck.

Temperatures range from 22-27 degrees.


In July temperatures begin to rise and the island become  much busier, especially towards the end of the month when summer holidays commence- many students are breaking up from uni, or finishing A-levels and so celebrating is in order and the peak season begins.

It is useful to note here that if travelling in July, flight prices are likely to be more expensive than previous months due to high demand.

Temperatures can reach 29 degrees so make sure you pack your sun cream, and get to the beach early!


August, the busiest and warmest month of the party season, has some of the craziest parties to offer – expect to see some of your favourite DJs and music artists in the Super-clubs, and a buzz of an atmosphere across the island.

Remember August is still peak season, so expect flights to be more expensive, however if you’re heart is set on hot weather and a busy scene then August is the one for you!

Temperatures can range from 25-30 degrees.


Things begin to cool down in September, the weather becomes cooler, and the island is less busy – if you’re after a cheap and cheerful holiday September is the one.

For all of you Magaluf workers, September is arguably the best month to be around, things start to come to a close so make the most of the parties and amazing relationships you have made this summer!

Temperatures range from 21-26 degrees.


Clubs, parties & Bars


Home to Magaluf’s most iconic parties including Cream Mallorca, Supermartxe, Beach Party, Glow Paint Party, Water Party plus more, BCM is a flagship club for music lovers and party-goers.

BCM, planet dance boasts an epic three dance rooms which can host a capacity of 4,000 people. Expect the best of visual graphics, sound systems, ice cannons and razor shows!

Music royalty like Martin Garrix, Tinie Tempah, Duke Dumount, Chase & Status, DJ Sammy, Steve Aoki, MK, Afrojack, Example, Nervo, and Stormzy have performed at BCM, the Godfather of clubbing in Magaluf.

BH Mallorca 

Hotel by day, music venue by night, BH Mallorca is a beach club found in the heart of Magaluf that holds spectacular live concerts.

BH line-ups have included David Guetta, Martin Garrix, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Steve Aoki, Jess Glyne, tine Tempah, and Chris Brown.

Fancy a day of luxury spent in the BH beach club? You won’t be disappointed, with a range of lavish beds to rent, live DJs, endless cocktails and a pool to dip in, this is the perfect day party venue.


Found in the heart of the Magaluf nightlife, Boomerang has been serving party-goers for 15 years, whilst playing hosts to DJs like Shola Ama, DJ Spoony, Twice as Nice, plus the cast of TOWIE!

Whether Boomerang is your pre-party venue or VIP club, find it on the strip to have a night well spent!


When is fancy dress not  a good idea? Never is the answer of course. Especially when in Mallorca! And what better theme than pirates? Get your hooks, eyeliner and eyepatches ready because Pirates is a club solely dedicated to the pirate theme!

This is a unique party experience, and one that is great fun! Not only does this venue offer the best party beats, but entertainment like no other – think fire breathers, acrobatics, dancers plus more!

For something a little different this is definitely an event to experience!

The Project

For all you house-heads out there, The Project is Magaluf’s answer to house music. The Project’s passionate DJ’s all share a common love for house music and will certainly ensure your night is one that you wont forget!

Magaluf’s favourite event at the club is Zoo Project, so expect stripes and spots galore, get yourself body-painted and have a great night!

Tokio Joe’s

Magaluf’s favourite RnB and Hip-Hop club is situated at the top of the infamous strip. You can expect to hear the best garage, RnB, hip-hop, and grime anthems, and well as live dancers and entertainment.

Tokio Joe’s is a popular venue for holiday-makers and seasonal workers, so head down for an electric atmosphere and club that wont disappoint.

Other Things To Do

Booze Cruise

What’s Magaluf without a booze cruise? Most holiday-makers will check a booze cruise off their party-bucket-list when visiting Magaluf, and there are lots to choose from!

Expect a fun afternoon filled with sun, sea, salt, and the best Balearic beats Magaluf has to offer. Whilst the drinks are flowing, take a dip in the cool Mediterranean sea, or partake in the boat’s infamous party games! Either way you will have the time of your life.

Water Sports

Hop on The Flying Fish, Banana Boat, Parasailing, or the crazy UFO down by the beach, to have a silly day of fun with your friends?

Not so adventurous? No problem – head on down to Magaluf’s water park to have a day filled with fun – BH Hotel’s water park boasts nine white knuckle slides, where guests can reach up to 60km/h and 2.5G in under two seconds!

Palma & Palma Nova day trips

Amongst all the crazy partying, some find a day trip to sister town Palma Nova, and capital city, Palma a refreshing break!

These destinations are a cheap, short journey on the bus and a perfect place to see some culture and grab some beautiful souvenirs along the way.

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