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Bars in Magaluf

Baywatch Bar - David Hasslehoff was seriously dishy back in the day (he still is according to some of the girls here at GoHen), and we reckon there'll be a few hot bods on display at this beach bar inspired by the famous 90's show.
Where? BCM Square

Coyote Ugly - 'Deep in the dark, you'll surrender your heart' to this simply amazing venue themed on the sensational movie. The drinks are sure to keep on flowing all night long and you can even dance on the bar like the feisty girls from the hit film!
Where? BCM Square

Stereo Bar - With big tunes, delicious cocktails and a rocking vibe - Stereo really knows how to party. It's a tranquil haven from the Magaluf madness during the day and a Mecca for fun-loving ladies of all ages during the evening; the hens won't want to leave! 
Where? Carrer Punta Ballena

Food in Magaluf

Best Bites

Foxy's - How can you make the most of the sun while you're here and enjoy some top quality nosh? Simples! Make your way to this amazing beach-side restaurant with plenty of options to suit every hen - and top up your tans while you dine!
Where? Magaluf Beach, 01781

The Pub - After a big night on the strip, you could find yourselves in need of a little comfort food, and what could be more of a culinary cuddle than a gorgeous pub burger? Ditch any diets and indulge your meaty cravings. Go on, you've earned it.
Where? Avenida Pedro Vaquer Ramis 10

Sights & Sounds

Sights and Sounds in MagalufLooking for an excuse to get out of your stuffy hotel room? Magaluf Beach is the perfect place to work on achieving that 'sun-kissed skin' and a refreshing swim will help to wash away the excesses of the previous evening. If you're feeling a little spritelier, the beautiful town of Palma is only a 30 minute drive away and it's just begging to be explored!

If you've come to Magaluf, this is what you came for. The nightlife here is seriously lively, and although you should party responsibly, the clubs here will keep you dancing well into the early hours and beyond.

BCM Planet Dance is Maga's premiere nightclub and it's seen some massive names spinning the decks including Martin Garrix, Calvin Harris and Skrillex.

The Project is world-famous - specialising in big house tunes, you'll see both established and up-and-coming DJ's pioneering at the cutting edge of electronic dance music.

What's on in Magaluf

In the Diary

May - Spring Festival. Spring is welcomed in the only way the locals know how, with plenty of pyrotechnics, fancy dress and music! Ole!
September - Majorca Day. Celebrate the independence of Majorca with the locals like it's the 4th of July with lively processions and impassioned partying!
September - Mare de Deu de la Salut. This local festival is awash with colourful flowers and there's plenty of music and theatre to enjoy in the sunny town of Palma.  
October - Festival Musica Mallorca. This is Majorca's equivalent to the BBC proms - enjoy a taste of sophistication in Palma before heading back to the strip.

Top of the Shops

Best Shops in Magaluf

Magaluf lives by a simple philosophy; love the beach, live the party, and the fashion certainly reflects that. If girls aren't wearing short shorts and a bikini they're wearing some seriously flash beachwear or a summery dress that's perfect for a night on the strip. There's plenty of shops in the resort area, but you'd be missing out if you didn't explore all the great designer shops you'll find in nearby Palma.
Avinguda Jaume III - Head to this central area for some stunning upmarket boutiques that provide perfect window shopping - and if you're ready to splash the cash there's always the chance you could find a new favourite dress. Visit El Corte Ingles for more affordable wears.

Passeig des Born - It's not as expensive, but it's certainly got enough charm to impress your group of hens. There's a few bijou shops tucked away here that provide the chance for some serious steals before you head back to Maga!

Girls About Town - Getting around Marbella...

This holiday resort isn't that big so you'll be able to walk to all the restaurants, bars and clubs you'll be visiting. When it comes to exploring the local areas, there's a bus and train network that can take you to Palma and beyond.
Or if you and the hens prefer two wheels to four, you can use a Mou-te Be bike for a relaxed ride around Palma.


Hen Days

You came for the big nights out, but there's so much more to do during the day than just lying on the beach (although that is pretty great). Enjoy a tasty Cocktail Mixing or a cheeky lesson in Pole Dancing. Beat the heat in a fabulous Water Park or if you fancy yourselves as average G.I. Janes take to the battlefield in hen party Paintball!

Hen Nights

When the sun goes down, Magaluf comes to life. The bustling beach crowds move inland for the biggest parties in Europe and everybody's up for a good time. Enjoy an exciting Bar Crawl and have girly giggles as you watch a sizzling Strip Show. Try a Booze Cruise for a memorable evening out and beat the queues for the most exclusive clubs with our Guestlist Nightclubbing.

23 Reasons Why Magaluf Is Amazing!

BCM Planet Dance - Magaluf's biggest venue and one of it's best, BCM Planet Dance is a party paradise boasting state-of-the-art club sound and some of the island's most sensational performers to boot.

Dancing to the Stars - A-list DJs flock to Magaluf every year to thrill the party-loving masses including Calvin Harris, Basshunter, David Guetta and maybe a little hen party 80s cheese.

Panama Jack - The ideally located Panama Jack's is the perfect place to get down to top tunes while enjoying a tasty cocktail... or two?

The Strip - There are few ways to start a big night out quite as exciting as strolling down ‘Carrer de la Punta Bellena' when the town is putting on its evening party pants. Neon lights, promising bass beats and an electric atmosphere.

The Project - One of Magaluf's most famous nightclubs, The Project works at the cutting edge of electronic dance music, wowing the crowds with a barrage of bass beats and some of the biggest drops we've ever heard #TwerkIt. The perfect Marbella hen weekend spot!

Sobrasada sausage - This is the island's favourite sausage (stop giggling girls) and you owe it to yourselves to give it a try on your special weekend. You can make your own jokes about whether the nearly-wed is a devout foodie or just knows how to handle a sausage.

Office - Could you imagine your boss in this amazing bar? Flip the desks for the dance-floor and get down to the sounds of top tunes with a tasty cocktail in hand. This is one of Maga's most popular party spots!

Coyote Ugly - If the girls are fans of the cult movie then they'll love this brilliant themed bar. Just remember ladies, don't ask for water and don't forget to film the moment the bride-to-be climbs on top of the bar to ‘sing' LeAnne Rimes' Can't Fight the Moonlight?!?

Chaplin's Bar - Chaplin's is a legendary fixture in Magaluf's amazing line-up of bars. People have been partying here for years, and the good-times are showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon. The perfect start to your Magaluf hen do!

500 300 Days of Summer - Looking to give your skin that sun-kissed look for the special day? Magaluf is lucky enough to have 300 days of sunlight every year meaning that the beaches are always lively and the hunky men are often shirtless, yum!

Water Park - Let your inner-child loose in this brilliant water park for a day of wet and wild fun with rides, slides and hilarious wave pools. Read more...

Jet/Trend-setters - More than 27,000,000 people visit this party paradise every year to experience the Spanish sun, sea and world-famous nightlife.

Boomerang - The amazing nightlife in Boomerang is so good you'll simply keep coming back for more. Put your hands in the air and wave ‘em like you just don't care with your favourite girlfriends!

150,000,000 - That's the rough estimate of Mallorca's age; we're shocked that the Queen hasn't written the island a letter yet?!?

Life's a Beach - Magaluf's beaches are simply gorgeous. There's no better way to detox after an eventful evening on the strip than to let the sun's vitamin D work its magic.

Strip Show - The Spanish weather is hot, and things are about to get even hotter with our sizzling, sexy strip show. See the best bods the island has to offer and give the nearly-wed the single-life send off she deserves! Find out more...

"The sound of the underground..." - The resort has a huge underground cave system just waiting to be explored Tomb Raider style by your gang of giggling adventurers!

Baywatch Bar - One of the funniest fancy dress places in all of Magaluf. The hunky bar staff are all dressed as lifeguards "Help! Help! I need a cocktail!"

Bare Naked Ladies - Mallorca is definitely partial to the odd nudist beach or two, although it's more less Play Girl pins ups and more Planet of the Apes hairy backs. That'll definitely put you off your paella.

Club 21 - Whether you're into R&B, hip-hop, house or simply smash hits then this is the bar-turned-nightclub for you. Some of the world's best DJs until 6am? Sounds good to us...

Ensaïmadas - Girls, we aren't going to lie, the name for Mallorca's favourite local pastry does derive from the Arab word for ‘fat', but they're so tasty that you just won't care! 

Booze Cruise - Sun, sea, shirtless men and plenty of cocktails makes an amazing booze cruise a must on your Mediterranean hen-do. This is the perfect way to start off your special weekend! Read more...

Geordie Shore - The Geordie Shore gang are true party people so when they came to Magaluf in the original series it was genuinely no surprise as it really is a fun loving resort.

Coco Bongos - We love Coco Bongos. It's funky, fun, and nobody ever takes themselves too seriously! Throw on a flowery lei and a hilarious grass skirt and simply have an amazing time in one of Maga's most friendly bars.

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Reasons to Visit Magaluf for your hen do
  1. 1. The warm, sunny climate
  2. 2. The stretches of beautiful, Blue-Flag beaches
  3. 3. The sparkling Mediterranean waters
  4. 4. Fantastic outdoor and watersport activities
  5. 5. Tasty traditional Spanish food, such as tapas

It's time for a hen weekend in Magaluf!

More than a million partygoers head to Magaluf each year, drawn in by the soaring temperatures, the beautiful sandy beaches, and… oh, that's right, the explosive nightlife! The music is thumping, the clubs are sizzling, and the man are tall, tanned and Spanish (and a lot of pasty English lads on holiday, we admit). The pulsing atmosphere and electrifying vibes keep people going back year after year - it's time to get your girls in on the act and out to Spain for a Magaluf hen weekend!

Why: Reasons to celebrate in Magaluf

There's a reason why Magaluf is the most popular resort in Majorca, and one of the most popular in the Balearic Islands - it's a hotbed of sun, fun, and partying hard, making it the ideal place to celebrate a hen weekend with your favourite ladies! There are three gorgeous, sandy beaches, temperatures averaging 22 °C in the summer months, clear blue Balearic sea, all the water sports you want, and numerous restaurants and shops. Palma Nova with the Sa Seu is only a short drive away, if you're longing for a bit of culture and sophistication, but let's be honest - the real reason people love Magaluf is the nightlife. The clubbing scene is second to none, with one of Europe's largest superclubs on island, and it's now the premier party spot for girls who want to let loose and hit the dance floor for one of the biggest, wildest nights of their lives.

What: But what do you do in Magaluf?

Hen weekends in Magaluf are primarily about the nightlife, we confess. The main strip (Carrer de la Punta Ballena) is buzzing day and night with partygoers. Lined with more than 50 bars there's a venue to suit everyone, with drinks deals and themed nights to match. To help keep all of the girls together and pace your unforgettable night out we've got some fantastic evening activities, from a tasty meal out with the girls to hunky male strippers, a bar crawl or a booze cruise.

Don't think that you'll spend the days counting down until the clubs open, though - once you've finished soaking up the sun, splashing in the pools, and swimming in the sea, there's still plenty to do in Magaluf - from water parks to cocktail classes, we've got plenty to keep you busy during the day too. A good plan could include spending a bit of time topping up your tan in the morning, before grabbing lunch and heading off to a cheeky pole dancing lesson or cocktail class in the afternoon. Start off the evening with a meal and a show - though whether you go for pirates or strippers is up to you - before it's time to get your heels on and hit the dance floor! Party till dawn, then repeat! Whether you want a relaxing weekend on the beach, soaking up Vitamin D and enjoying cocktails, or you'd rather have an action packed time getting your hearts pumping and your adrenaline up, we've got something to suit.

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When: When's a good time for Magaluf hen weekends?

If you're all about the clubs, Magaluf is strictly a summer time destination - head there some time between May and October to make the most of the nightclub and bar scene. After that, the party is over and they're likely to be packed up for the season. However, if you're just there for the beaches and weather, there's a range of festivals and events throughout the year to keep you entertained, provided you're willing to travel out in the Majorca - really not a hardship, since the whole island is beautiful. In March there's the Pollenca Wine Fair (one of our favourites), then in June there's the huge Sant Joan Fiesta and Sant Jaume. Towards the end of the year you can celebrate the Olive Fair and the Mushroom Fair (which we like to call the Appetizers Fair), and the New Wine Fair (another favourite).

Shop: Magaluf shopping areas and recommendations

In Magaluf there are some great opportunities for a bit of retail therapy - especially around the centre of Magaluf and Palma Nova, where you'll find a selection of cool shops and clothes stores in which to while away a bit of time on a Saturday afternoon. There are plenty of souvenir shops too, perfect for taking some gifts back for friends and family.

How: How do we get to Magaluf?

The fact that Magaluf doesn't have its own airport isn't enough to stop a Magaluf hen do from getting underway - Palma de Mallorca is only a 20 minute drive away, and a cab from there only costs about 30 euro - before being split between you. The resorts huge popularity with the tourists means that plenty of airports fly out to Magaluf - and, even better for you, plenty of the budget airlines do too. All the London airports are covered, as are most of the main city airports around the UK.

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