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To find out my top recommendations of 10 things to do in Magaluf, Majorca then check out this article for inspiration.
From theme parks, water parks, boat trips and more, check out these 10 things to do to make the most of your Mallorca holiday.
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1. Western Water Park |Things to do in Magaluf
Western Water Park is just the best place to go to beat the heat and the highlight of any holiday.
With temperatures soaring this summer, grab a ticket to cool off while having the most fun ever.
With kamikaze rides and slides dropping over 30 metres, there is a great range of waterparks and activities for all the family, as well as a little kids’ swim and slide area.
Western Waterpark is my favourite Waterpark in Mallorca. I absolutely love the Wild West Theme and the waterpark areas which cater for the varying groups of visitors that come to the waterpark.
You can book your ticket here.
If you would like to book a transfer with your ticket from the North and East of Mallorca, you can do so here.
2. Hotel Day Pass to the Innside Melia |Things to do in Magaluf
If you’re looking for a pool day with amazing views across Magaluf Beach and Palma Bay, head to the Shallow Sun Club by Innside by Melia.
The swimming pool here is the largest hanging swimming pool in Europe and the views from here are just incredible.
Prices are from just 25€ and there is a range of experiences on offer.
This is one of the most unique swimming pool experience days in Magaluf.
You can book a day pass here to the Shallow Sun Club by INNSIDE Meliá Calviá Beach.
3. Katmandu Park |Things to do in Magaluf
One of the biggest attractions in the heart of Magaluf is Katmandu Park.
There is fun to be had for visitors of all ages. And it’s a great place to visit as a rainy day activity if you’re looking for things to do in Magaluf.
With amazing 4D interactive adventures which include a cowboy shoot-out, a terrifying Zombie apocalypse, and a virtual roller coaster, plus the Katopia Splash Park, a soft play area for kids, crazy golf and various theatres, there is a lot to keep you busy and entertained.
4. Boat Trips |Things to do in Magaluf
Get a different perspective of Mallorca and get out to sea on the many boat cruises that you can take from the Magaluf area.
From Magaluf pier, you can pick up the Britannia Jet coastal cruiser.
Alternatively, you can sail away on a dolphin-watching boat trip, which leaves from Santa Ponsa (just a 30-minute bus ride away. And if you don’t know how to use the local red and yellow TIB buses, you can read about it here).
This 2-hour boat trip will give you the opportunity to go dolphin spotting and swimming in some of the clearest waters around the island. You can book it here.
You can then enjoy Santa Ponsa for the rest of the afternoon before heading back by bus to Magaluf!
So what about the Magaluf party boats?
Magaluf has banned many of the party boats that used to take place, but there are still some available.
So if you’re looking for an adults-only party boat this, then check out daytime party boat leaving from Palma with an all-you-can-eat buffet, live DJ and dance floor.
Or if you would rather go at night, you can book this four-hour nighttime boat party here also with food and limited drinks.
The boat will pull back into Palma at 2 am just in time for the clubs in Palma opening.
Check availability here:
5. Banana Boat Rides |Things to do in Magaluf
From Magaluf jetty in the centre of the beach, book some incredible watersports experiences including the Flybus, the Banana boat, the Crazy Uno and the Sting.
Of course, you can rent pedalos from the beach, and find other ticket sellers for watersports throughout the resort.
6. Rent a Pedalo|Things to do in Magaluf
In 2023, the cost of a pedalo on Magaluf Beach is 25€ for an hour, which may well be the most expensive pedalo hire in Mallorca this Summer.
Just make sure if you do rent a pedalo that you stay outside the yellow buoys for the safety of the other swimmers.
7. Rent a Stand-Up Paddleboard |Things to do in Magaluf
If you’re looking for an inexpensive activity to do on Magaluf Beach, then rent a stand-up paddleboard for just 9,50€ for one hour.
Again, make sure you stay on the outside of the yellow buoys but this is a great activity to explore the Magaluf beach coastline.
8. Pirates Aventure |Things to do in Magaluf
Pirates Adventure, Gringos Bingo and Pirates Reloaded are the BIGGEST shows in the South West and an absolute must-see whether you’re a regular in Magaluf or visiting for the first time.
The shows change every year, and this year, they have come back bigger and better than ever!
What can you expect? Great fun for all the family – my daughter has been going to the Pirates Adventure since she was three and absolutely loves it!
Whether you are bringing kids or Grandparents, this is truly a magical show.
And since the cast are all ex-professional and Olympian gymnasts, you can expect some incredible acrobatic displays as well as a hilarious storyline.
You can book for the Pirates Adventure Dinner Show here, which includes dinner, and don’t forget you have the added advantage of being able to cancel 24 hours in advance if your plans change which might not be the case if you book direct.
Check availability for Pirates Adventure:
Pirates Reloaded is the high-octane over-18s version of the Pirates Adventure show and is not to be missed before heading out to party in Magaluf.
You’ll enjoy all the highlights of Pirates Adventure, but a much racier version, so expect loads of fun and dancing on tables.
Plus there is a live DJ set too. Pirates Reloaded is the perfect warm-up to a night out!
Availability for Pirates Reloaded:
Gringos Bingo is the most unique and hilarious rave/bingo concept that you can only experience in Magaluf!
And you have to see it to believe it.
Expect to be standing on your seats here, on a night when the tequila shots flow.
And there are prizes, a great host, and loads of fun to be had on the most alternative night out on the island.
Look out for special events held throughout the year, but book them quickly because this show fills up quickly.
Check availability for Gringos Bingo here:
9. Karting Magaluf |Things to do in Magaluf
Karting Magaluf is a must for motorsports fanatics of all ages and abilities.
With karts that race up to 10kph for kids ages 2 to 7 years and super junior karts that race up to 40kpm for kids aged 9 to 15 years.
Offering everything from lessons to spins around the circuits, this is a great place to go with friends to take part in races from 5 to 18 drivers.
Karting Magaluf is located between the Pirates Adventure and Western Waterpark, Karting Magaluf.
10. Visit Palmanova |Things to do in Magaluf
And for the final in my 10 Things to Do in Magaluf, my recommendation is to cross over into the next resort, Palmanova.
Palmanova is just a 5-minute walk from the Magaluf strip. It offers a more relaxed vibe and a chilled night out.
Plus there is a great selection of three fantastic beaches to visit, including a walkway linking them all together.
Of course there are some great restaurants, bars and beach clubs too making your holiday to Magaluf, two resorts for the price of one!
To look for things to do with Kids in Palmanova, check out this article here.