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Magaluf is a very popular resort on the south west coast of Majorca. Located on Palma Bay, it has a long sandy beach that slopes gently into the warm, clear waters of the bay. Owing to its party reputation, Magaluf is a magnet for young singles who wish to drink and dance through the night and relax in the sun by day. The beach offers a variety of water sports. Families are drawn by the beach which is ideal for youngsters, but Magaluf does not generally attract older couples. Indeed, the average age of visitors is in the low twenties. Apart from the beach, this area of Majorca has a number of tourist attractions including two water parks and a marine park with dolphins. There is also a choice of golf courses. Take a trip to historic Palma with its stunning gothic cathedral and the Royal Palace of La Almudaina. A little over a mile from the town is Bellver Castle, a remarkable circular structure dating from the fourteenth century. If you are looking for a guarantee of summer sun, a sandy beach and plenty to do, both in and out of the water, a cheap Magaluf holiday will fit the bill.
Magaluf has accommodation ranging from luxury five-star hotels to cheaper high rise apartment blocks that cater for all budgets. Whichever you choose, you'll find high standards and good service. When choosing board basis, be sure to check out the all inclusive holidays. When such holidays are discounted, they can make economic sense, especially when travelling with children. Magaluf is known throughout Europe for its nightlife and is certainly the party capital of the island. Bars, clubs and discos pump out their music from dusk to dawn. Away from the town centre, it is possible to find more relaxed, family-friendly venues where you can enjoy the company of friends.
The vast number of restaurants and bars cater for absolutely every taste. With American fast food outlets, English and Irish pubs, Chinese and Indian restaurants, you are never far from familiar food. It would be a shame, however, if you didn't experience traditional island fare. If you are new to Spanish cuisine, order tapas as the selection of dishes you'll receive is ideal as a taster. While there are plenty of shops, if more choice is needed, take the bus to Palma which is just fifteen kilometres distant.
Cheap Magaluf holidays can be taken from early spring until late autumn with temperatures rising from twenty to thirty and beyond in the height of the summer season. Several low cost airlines fly direct from regional airports to Palma. You can check on the Cheekytrip website to see if there are holidays from your local airport. Transfers to the resort take less than half an hour.
Having decided on the island of Majorca, and then on the resort of Magaluf, the next task is finding the holiday that offers the best value. Whatever the purchase, we all like to think we are getting a bargain, but finding it can be time-consuming. If you wish to save time as well as money, we can help. Cheekytrip is a price comparison site with access to daily discounts from almost forty travel companies, all of whom are vying for your custom. As you'd expect, this results in very competitive prices. All it takes is one quick search. Simply enter your dates, destination and point of departure, and within a matter of seconds, we'll show you the Magaluf holiday that costs the least. As offers change on a daily basis if you wish to secure that bargain and avoid disappointment, ring and book without delay.
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