Hen Party Activities in Magaluf

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Magaluf Hen Parties

Magaluf is famous for its non-stop party atmosphere and high number of bars pumping out drinks at unbelievable prices. More than a million partygoers head to this lively destination on the island of Majorca that serves up smiles year upon year. They know exactly what to expect from Magaluf, soaring temperatures, beautiful sandy beaches and the wildest nightlife that you’ll never forget. And what’s more, you can fly here from London in just two and a half hours.

What to Expect During a Hen Party in Magaluf

Siestas are strictly forbidden on an activity-packed hen weekend in Magaluf. You'll be amazed at the massive amount of options you and the girls have to create the perfect mix of sightseeing, sunbathing, activities and boozed-fuelled fun. When you need a break from all the partying, the gorgeous beaches of Magaluf provide a great place to get away from the madness for a moment or two. This can also double as a relaxing recovery time after some heavy nights out. Trust us, there’s nothing more refreshing than a dip in the Med on the morning after.

Magaluf’s heavy British influence makes it feel like a little slice of home but with one huge added benefit, the fantastic weather! Expect temperatures in the early 30s if you visit in summer and around 13 hours of sunshine a day, perfect for topping up that tan.

While the island is full of Brits abroad, you won't be sacrificing any of the elements you get from visiting Spain. There will be plenty of sangria, exotic cocktails and traditional cuisine like tapas and paella on the menu for any foodies in your Magaluf hen party, not forgetting lovely locals that are more than happy to show you a good time.

Outdoor Hen Do Activities in Magaluf

You’re also spoilt for choice when it comes to activities. Whether you want something boozy or active, adrenaline-pumping or relaxing, there’s something here you’ll love. Get outside during your Magaluf hen do and enjoy some seriously gorgeous weather. How about a trip to a waterpark? Soak up the sun on the loungers before plummeting into the pool and taking on waterslides and rides for a day of wet and wild fun!

Hen Party Activities in Magaluf

Beach Bar - Head to the Oceans Beach Club to soak up gorgeous panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea and beachfront. In fact, it’s the only beach club in town where you see this view and it’s the best backdrop for social media-worthy group shots and selfies.

You’ll enjoy your own area with reserved seating to make you feel like VIPs as you sip on six drinks each, a choice of wine, cider, cocktails, sprits, beer and soft drinks, and tuck into food platters to help soak up a bit of that alcohol!

Waterpark - If you don't like the salt water, then you can always cool off at a waterpark. This is a great day out that’s full of adrenaline-pumping rides and slides with a big wave pool that’ll keep you cool even on the hottest of days.

If you’re feeling brave you can take on some wild water rides for white-knuckle thrills including almost vertical drops and 40m high slides or, if you’d prefer, just can just chill out on a rubber ring and watch the world go by as you float along a river.

Go Karting - Why let the stags have all the fun? Get yourselves down to the go kart track and satisfy your need for speed on your Magaluf hen do. You’ll jump in a speedy go kart to race against the girls, taking on hairpin bends and fast straights.

You’ll reach speeds of up to 40mph. The winner gets bragging rights for the rest of your trip. Will you be crowned the queen of the karts?

Cocktail Making - Shake up your hen do in Magaluf with a fun session of cocktail making. Why just drink cocktails when you can learn how to make them from scratch? A professional mixologist will perform demonstrations to show you the tricks of the trade before it’s your turn to whip up tasty cocktails.

You’ll make a few cocktails each with a range of spirits, mixers and garnishes. And did we mention that you’ll get to drink absolutely everything you make? Cheers to that, ladies! Interactive games make things even more fun as you all let your hair down and make memories together.

Fun facts

Did you know?

  • Magaluf is on the Spanish island of Majorca, the biggest of the Balearic Islands.
  • If you drive for an hour to the West, you’ll find the Love Island villa in Sant Llorenc. Reckon you’ll find ‘your type on paper’ on you hen do in Magaluf?
  • Despite being set in Crete in Greece, some of The Inbetweeners Movie was actually filmed here.
  • Magaluf as we know it started life in the 1960s, becoming a hotspot for package holidays.
  • Puenta Baena, also known as The Strip, has more than 50 bars and five nightclubs.
  • Majorca is the biggest island in Spain so it’s not of a surprise to hear that its name originates from the Latin ‘Insula Maior’ which translates to ‘larger island.’
  • If you drive around one hour north, you’ll find Puig Major, the highest peak of the island. 8. This party resort is almost entirely purpose built.
  • Magaluf is located within a group of towns including Torrenova and Palma Nova in the municipality of Calvia.
  • Calvia Beach is one of the Majorcan regions with the most Blue Flag beaches.
  • This party resort is almost entirely purpose built.
  • According to the Guinness Book of Records, the biggest mascot is found at Sol Katmandu Park and Resort in Magaluf, a yeti called Boro the Great who’s over 42ft tall.
  • This is a regular haunt of famous DJs with past performances from David Guetta, Calvin Harris, Freemasons and many others.
  • Millennium BCN Club has the biggest foam machine in the world.
  • If you fancy snorkelling on your Magaluf hen do, you'll be happy to hear that Majorca has some of the clearest waters in the Mediterranean.
  • La Balanguera is Majorca's national anthem, inspired by an old nursery rhyme about a spider.

Magaluf in numbers

  • Magaluf boasts 300 days of sunshine a year.
  • The strip is around 600m long and is jam-packed with bars, clubs and hotels that are just begging to be explored on your Magaluf hen weekend.
  • Magaluf Beach is 1km/0.6 miles long.
  • Temperatures reach up to 32 degrees in the Summer months.
  • More than a million people visit Magaluf each year.
  • You can pay as little as €1.50 for a pint in a lot of the bars here. Don’t forget to take advantage of the happy hours and wristbands on offer too if you’re on a budget.
  • You can relax on not one, not two but three white sand beaches.
  • 400m from the beachfront, you’ll find Black Lizard Island in the centre of Magaluf Bay which is a popular challenge for visitors to swim to.
  • 60% of the hotels in Calvia Beach are Four Star or above.
  • The main airport is located just 15 miles away.

Local Celebs

With gorgeous weather, shopping and the beautiful Mediterranean Sea, it’s no surprise that the island of Majorca has long been a popular hotspot for celebrities to visit, seeing the likes of Audrey Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor, Jon Bon Jovi and the Obamas holiday here. Also, three members of Abba have homes here. What better place for a Dancing Queen to visit?

Food and Drink

Activities for Foodie Hen Parties in Magaluf

There’s something to please everyone’s palate here, whatever your tastes. You can try lots of traditional Spanish dishes or tuck into something fancy at a beach club.

Alternatively, you can stick to what you know with a massive number of eateries offering British pub grub (what better hangover cure than a full English breakfast?) and those famous takeaways serving up the fast food that we all know and love at the end of a big night out.

Restaurants in Magaluf - Whether you want to line your stomach before hitting The Strip hard, tucking into a tasty meal is always a group pleaser. Head to Godfather’s on the beachfront to enjoy a mouth-watering three-course meal with views of the ocean as you eat that are sure to give you all the holiday feels.

You’ll have a choice of a jug of sangria or beer or a bottle of wine to get you in the party mood and you’ll chow down on three tasty courses with mouth-watering options including steak, pizza and Mediterranean cuisine. Make sure to leave room for dessert!

Robinson Crusoe’s - Carrer General García Ruiz, 2, 07181 Magaluf

- If you fancy visiting a beachside eatery during your Magaluf hen do, Robinson Crusoe’s always gives a warm welcome. Expect a menu of comfort food including full English breakfasts, sandwiches, burgers and chips alongside a laid-back dining experience.

Oceans Restaurant - Plaza Jacques Sasson, 07181 Magaluf

- Add a touch of sophisticated with a meal at Oceans restaurant, featuring the best of Mediterranean cuisine wand stunning views of Calvia beach. Tuck into freshly caught seafood, meat, paella and tapas.

Magaluf Nightlife

Magaluf nightlife has been the stuff of legend for decades; it’s one of the main reasons to come to the resort and guarantees a night you’ll never want to forget. Punta Ballena is also known as The Strip.

It’s 600m long and jam-packed with more pubs, bars and clubs than you can shake a stick at, all boasting irresistible drinks deals, banging music and a non-stop party atmosphere all night long. It’s mega popular with British tourists who love to party hard under the neon lights. You might even find yourself riding a bucking bronco at some point!

If you fancy celebrating your Magaluf hen do in slightly less rowdy surroundings, head to Calvia Beach around four miles away from The Strip. Here, you’ll find laid-back beachside bars and pubs with stunning sea views. Just imagine sipping on a cocktail and soaking up that view!

Bar Crawls - Start your hen night in Magaluf in the most fun way with a bar crawl. An English-speaking guide will show you the best night time hotspots in town, taking your group to around four bars where you’ll get free shots, play fun party games and mingle with likeminded party people.

Cocktail Making - If you’ve ever wondered exactly what goes into your favourite drink, you’ve got to give cocktail making a go!

An English-speaking mixologist will take you under their wing and show you how to mix, muddle, shake and stir the best tasting drinks in Spain. You’ll get hands on to create three cocktails each, drinking everything you make.

Whether you’re a cocktail connoisseur or can’t tell the difference between a Margarita and a Manhattan, you’ll have a blast as you learn to combine mouth-watering spirits and fruity mixers. The best part of all is that you can take your new-found skills home with you. Pre-drinks at your place will never be the same again!

Millennium BCM Club - Avinguda de l'Olivera, s/n, 07181 Magaluf

- Millennium BCM Club is enormous with a capacity of 4,000 party people, giving you a big night out you’ll never forget. Expect laser shows, state of the art sound, top DJs, podium dancers, foam and more as you throw some serious shapes in a euphoric atmosphere. It was even once crowned the fifth best nightclub in the world!

Magaluf Rocks - Punta Ballena, 20 07181, Calvia

- One of the biggest and best bars in town, you’ll find Magaluf Rocks in the heart of The Strip. With DJs pumping out the greatest party hits until 4am, you can really let your hair down here. You can even reserve one of their VIP areas if you want to feel like celebs for the night.

The Best Time to Visit Magaluf

This party resort is seasonal with most bars and clubs being open from April until the end of October so if you want party hard, this is the best time to come.

Full Moon Party

May is host to a Thailand-style Full Moon Party where multiple venues take part in a street festival with world-class fire and acrobatic shows, DJs, face and body painting, confetti canons and more to make this one of the wildest nights of your last weekend of freedom.

A Summer Hen Do in Magaluf

Sun worshippers will love having their Magaluf hen do in the summer months between June and August where you can expect plenty of sunny days and temperatures hovering around 32 degrees. There’s always something fun going on during peak season.

Magaluf Pride

Magaluf Pride takes place in July and includes an exciting and colourful parade, competitions, pool, beach and boat parties and a live music festival. Expect a feel-good atmosphere as everyone celebrates in the sunshine.

Majorca Live Festival

If music’s your thing, you’ll love Majorca Live Festival in October that showcases the best of indie, rock, electronica and world music with live performances, street art, chill-out zones, food trucks and a market.

Dijous Bo

Digous Bo, deriving from Good Thursday in Catalan, takes place in November and is the biggest general fair on the island. See the towns get transformed into huge street markets with stalls selling everything from traditional Majorcan goods to foodie treats.

Getting around

Getting to Your Magaluf Hen Do

It takes around two and a half hours to get from most English and Welsh airports to Magaluf and closer to three hours from Scottish and Northern Irish airports. Magaluf itself doesn’t have an airport so you’ll land at Palma de Mallorca airport, around 18 miles from Magaluf.

You can get a taxi or shuttle bus to your final destination which takes around 25 minutes. Then it’s time to let the good times flow for an unforgettable trip away with the girls.

Getting Around During Your Magaluf Hen Do

With most taxi drivers speaking more than enough English to get by, and some fantastically cheap rates (arounds €7 will get you from Palma Nova to the other side of Magaluf), hailing a cab can often be a fantastically affordable and easy option when it comes to navigating this party paradise during your hen do in Magaluf.

We predict a lot of bar crawls up and down The Strip. It’s easily walkable but we still recommend wearing comfy shoes so you can be pain-free while you enjoy drinking, dancing and bar crawling until it’s light outside.

Fancy a Hen Party in Magaluf?

So, there you have it. If you’re looking for a hedonistic last weekend of freedom that’s loud, proud and boozy, leaving you all with tons of great memories, this is a must visit destination that will please even your wildest friends! Browse our full activity listings now for even more hen party ideas in Magaluf. `

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