Magaluf, Majorca Travel Guide

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Magaluf, Majorca Overview

Magaluf is a major holiday resort on the Spanish island of Majorca, primarily catering for the 18-30 population.
The resort comprises three main beaches, popular for their white sand: Majorca Beach, Magaluf Beach and Palma Nova Beach. These beaches are lined with small bars and tourist shops backed by hotels.
Peak season within Magaluff is between July-September, Neighbouring Palma Nova is more popular with package holidays and families while magaluf is wellknown for its binge drinking 18-30's holidays.
There are numerous of bars and nightclubs including BCM Nightclub i… read moren Magaluf and many well-known DJs have played at the resort including DJ Sammy, Judge Jules, Tiesto, Pat Sharp, and Tim Westwood. BCM is the largest nightclub on the island, the club comprises three floors, the lower of which (millennium) regularly puts on foam, popcorn and water parties. The club claims to feature "the world's largest foam machine", Entry to BCM is normally $20 (July 2010) with a free bar all night and lots of free giveaways from BCM towels to Beach balls, Bags, Flip Flops etc.
Mallorca Rocks is a weekly live music night taking place every Tuesday during the summer season at the Mallorca Rocks Hotel. The event has a capacity of 4,000 people and last years guests included The Kooks, Calvin Harris, Tinie Tempah and Dizzee Rascal.
Next to BCM is BCM Square, with a number of bars and screens surrounding the area.

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