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Magaluf alongside Ibiza has been the top holiday destination for the past ten years - And its not slowing down! Unrivalled beautiful beaches, scorching hot climate, world class nightclubs - what more could you want for an escape from the UK.

Magaluf Beach Guide

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Guide Magaluf Beach

First thing you need to do when you arrive in Magaluf is to establish whether you are you a pool or a beach person...

.....if its the latter read on! The beaches in South Mallorca stretch out for almost a mile and a half around the coast. Magaluf beach has everything.... for those of you who love your watersports

(we're talking jet skis here- not the weird sex stuff) then the pier that divides the beach is where everything takes place - Donuts, banana boats and Jet Skis... this is also where Magaluf’s biggest boat party - Sunset Magaluf booze cruise sets off from. If you’re making a day of it, it might well be worth investing in a sun lounger- these are typically priced at five euros each and you own them for the rest of the day. If you have any of those strange members in your group that like to sunbath in the shade... (I.e Gingers!) then you may want to invest in a paroasell as well, look to pay an extra five Euros on top adjacent strip. Particular mentions go out to Pirates Beach Bar with their amazing open grill restaurant and Cuban cocktail menu . If you're having one day to rest the liver this is the place to be, soaking up the stunning halcyon beach views.

The beach will be scorching hot all the way through till 18.00 Although don’t expect the sun to fully set on the beach till about 20.00. The open deck restaurants and bars that line this beach promenade are still a-buzz and provide a relaxed alternative to the raucous madness of the

It’s worth mentioning that the Magaluf beach is a strictly no alcohol zone. A law which is enforced strictly by the local police. With the Magaluf strip about a fifteen second walk the beach does however always seem to be the unofficial after party - Now a quick word or warning if you fancy some late night skinny dipping or nocturnal al-fresco nookie with the person you've picked up from a bar- be careful- chances are whilst you two (or three... or four.... well it is Magaluf after all) are grinding away on the sand your wallets, phones and clothes will be stolen by those who wait for this type of activity every night. This makes for a very embarrassing walk home.