Weather forecast Magalluf
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(Latitude of 39.5102088 & longitude of 2.5325810)
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Magalluf (including rainfall and temperature averages)
The largest resort on the island of Mallorca, Magalluf is very popular with British holiday makers. In the 1980s, the name was synonymous with binge drinking and violence but town authorities made a big effort to clean it up in the 90s and it now attracts nearly as many families as clubbers looking for wild nightlife. (Families tend to bunch at the Palma Nova end, which is calmer.)
With over three hundred days of bright sunshine every year and temperatures that exceed 35°C in July and August, this is a wonderful place for sun worshippers. The white sand beaches here are wide and beautiful; Majorca Beach, Magaluf Beach and Palma Nova Beach all have crystal clear water with virtually no current. For those who want to do more than bake, SCUBA diving, jet skiing, banana boating and wind surfing are all available, with excellent English-speaking instructors. Strong swimmers will enjoy the challenge of swimming out to Black Lizard Island, a little promontory in the middle of Magalluf Bay that is named for the hundreds of black lizards that make their home there. Other popular activities include riding, go-karting, a bungee rocket (only for the very bold) and two water parks. A little way to the east of the resort, Marineland puts on spectacular dolphin and parrot shows. If you want to get a sense of island culture, head to the nearby capital, Palma, whose medieval streets and cool churches offer a refreshing change of pace.
For lots of people, however, life in Magalluf doesn’t really begin until the evening. Head to the Punta Ballena strip, where it’s all centred. It’s important to eat before hitting the clubs and there’s an amazing selection of foods, whether you like traditional English fish and chips or Spanish tapas. The seafood is of course amazing – otherwise try soft Mallorcan chorizo, jamon or bread rubbed with tomato and covered in anchovies, cheese or omelette. A great place to start the evening is the Pirates Adventure Show and Dinner, which thrills children of all ages. Be warned – after ten they do an adult show, so it’s a good idea to get children home before then. Hotels also put on family friendly cabarets.
There are over 100 bars all competing for custom, with the result that drinks are ridiculously cheap. Lots of people try to go from one end of the strip to the other – very few make it further than halfway! As far as clubs go, all musical tastes are catered for here, and what the resort lacks in quantity it makes up in quality. Judge Jules, Tim Westwood, Tiesto and Pat Sharp all have regular DJ slots here. BCM is the biggest club and claims to have the world’s largest foam machine. The club also does regular popcorn and water parties. Sun, sea, sand and San Miguel – it’s all there in banging bawdy Magalluf.
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