For many decades, Ibiza has held the title of the clubbing behemoth of the Balearics, but in the past few years a sort of sibling rivalry has emerged between the island and its larger sister, Majorca. Although best-known for its family-friendly resorts and glorious year-round sunshine, Majorca has always had a healthy nightlife scene of its own, but in the resort of Magaluf an increasing number of bars and nightclubs are opening up that are so great, they’re luring young clubbers over from the White Isle by the thousands.
In fact, many people are even hailing Majorca as the ‘New Ibiza’ – a title that may be a little provocative, but is certainly not ill-deserved. There are hundreds of pubs, bars and clubs lining the streets of Magaluf, and the resort buzzes with activity throughout the day, before becoming one giant party when night finally falls.
Nightlife That Rocks
However as the old saying goes, quality is better than quantity, and we can confidently say that Magaluf’s nightlife places a tick in both boxes. Along Magaluf’s main strip you’ll find the bright lights and cutting-edge sounds of Boomerang Club, Banana’s, Tokio Joe’s and Carwash, although Magaluf’s biggest and best-known club is BCM Planet Dance, which attracts some of the world’s biggest DJs and artists thanks to its state-of-the-art sound system, and dazzling laser and light shows that ensure every night is an experience.
What’s more, BCM Planet Dance is an ‘all-inclusive’ club at which you pay a one-off admission fee, and are then able to enjoy unlimited drinks all night in the club’s 15 bars. Compare this to the pricey tickets and eye-wateringly expensive drinks of Ibiza’s top clubs, and you’ll see why so many more people are choosing to spend their summer partying holiday on Majorca, where you really do get more bang for your buck!
Fun That You Can Afford
Speaking of value for money, you’ll also find that the costs of staying in resorts like Magaluf set the mood for a fabulously unforgettable holiday, and local hotels are only too happy to accommodate the island’s young clubbers. Hotels like the HM Martinique, which is situated within minutes of Magaluf’s main strip, are affordable yet luxuriously equipped, thus providing the perfect base from which to enjoy all of the fantastic nightlife that the resort has to offer.
Not only that, but the apartments allow up to four friends to share one room so the party can go on as late – or early – as you can handle. So this summer, find out why Majorca is fast becoming the new capital of clubbing in the Balearics, before everyone else gets in there first.