magallluuuuuuuuffffff! Magaluf is the shizz if you like partying.....sometimes it can be hardcore! This is don't like! Don't stay in this resort unless you party all night, sleep all day and wake up at around 4pm in order to do your hair and makeup for going out! check this web site out for all the info http://www.magalufuncovered.co.uk/clubs-bars-magluf.shtml
Magaluf isn't the best place for families, even if you are a lively family, stick to Santa Ponsa! It has lots of nightlife but is a bit more family orientated! Enjoy!
Dress Code: Birthday suit....if you really want to! I'm sure your not the first!
If you are searching for sophisticated amusement you will be completely wrong in El Arenal, but if you want to party until sunrise and make whopee visit this place.
You have manifold possibilities to get drunk and meet young people with no other target than having bacchanal fun....
If you are looking for hardcore parties start at Bierkönig or Megapark and alternate later to the famous Oberbayern. All mentioned localities are full of (mainly) German speaking teenagers. Alcohol is not very expensive and these discos are known for the audience dancing on the tables and chanting easy to remember (German) chansons. There are also many popular "miss elections" (their only porpuse is to show nude flesh) and live performances of (German) hit singers.
The second possibilities is to visit one of the large discos like Riu Palace or Joy. There you have to pay an (not expensive) entrance fee and you can drink all night for free. Additionally you'll get some presents (like T-shirts). These discos are more international and they play techno music.
When you are walking around the Ballermann or the famous Schinkenstrasse you will be flooded with offerts and invitations. Don't take the first one, but check them, sometimes you are able to save a lot of money.
Dress Code: They usually don't care....
Not as good as Tito's, but not as lousy as Riu palace. Well...it's a Pacha after all, we expect some quality! But the portuguese Pacha is still the best club i know, so compared to the portuguese one it's not so good. It has a good outside area with a small hippie market. The music was too "comercial", drinks too expensive, but nice decoration, it's built on a rock! Thinking of it i think i had a nice time.
Dress Code: Clubbing cloths :-)
I strongly recomend Tito's. I had a very good time! Beautiful people, nice sound...A bit too expensive as any disco in the island. You go up a panoramic elevator to the third floor where the nightclub is, it's fun! from the elevator you can see all the marina.
Dress Code: Just dress as you normaly would when clubbing in your home town nightclubs.
Alcudia like every tourist place on Mallorca has got various discos. But the only really big one is the Disco Menta. We´ve been there various times. Funny atmosphere, swimming pool, charts music.....and often special events.
On the beach you will be invited every day.
Dress Code: -
This was a good bar as it was large had plenty of seating, a dance floor and good music, plus food served throughout the daytime
Dress Code: No dress code was required here