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For an exciting, lively holiday in Majorca, Magaluf and Calvia Beach is the resort to head for.
This area of Majorca has been attracting visitors for more than three decades, and it's not difficult to see why: take sunshine, a long sandy beach, watersports, bars, restaurants, activities and theme parks, and combine to create a fun holiday for families and groups alike.
Calvia Beach is nearly one kilometre long and is the winner of a blue flag award for cleanliness. The beach is dotted with sunbeds and large umbrellas, and offers a wide range of watersports direct from the sand. For those looking for a slightly quieter option, the resort of Palmanova is just a short stroll away.
Magaluf is famous for its nightlife, with world-famous bars and clubs putting on night after night of entertainment all summer long. If you're looking for daytime excitement, why not visit Katmandu Park and its selection of attractions; from 4D immersive experiences to a splash park and aerial course, there's something for the entire family.
Transfer Time: Approximately 25 minutes
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