if you are is going to can picafort you must stop in TROTTERS ON THE BEACH. For your money, your kid´s and your holiday because next door is a duty free shop you can find :ciggis perfumes and many more.
Dress Code: IS NO SPECIAL DRESS REQUIERED
Every night they give out flyers for a free welcome cocktail- so for 5-6 euros per person you get a normal-sized cocktail from a large variety and a mini 'welcome' one. Music mainly from the 90s, but varied over the week, not too loud and always a lively place to be.
Dress Code: Very chilled out, no dress code.
New Bar just opened in Can Picafort. Owned and run by a Scottish family , just facing the harbour and up little side street. This big , comfy bar is just such a relaxing delight at the end of trhe day. Great scottish pub grub, mallorquine tapas. Bright smiling faces. Prices great for even my lot.
Nothing too much trouble, music fab for every taset. The large air conditioned games room at the back is brill and a fag machine stopped the wife wingeing and sending me out for them.
Will be back or haste ye back as the Alexanders told me.
Dress Code: No problems, no dress code whatsoever. Dragged our lot in cossies one day, Got handed towels and lovely cool drinks and toasties.
If you are looking for a lively bar then MacGowans might suit you well, Typical Irish Theme bar but friendly and the drinks are ok – if a little over priced.
Well frequented and a good place to have the “Crack”
The Three Lions is in the centre off Magaluf very close to the night clubs.
They had a sign saying 2 pints of Becks 3 euros just over a pound a pint this tempted us in but we went there every lunch time for a few pints or more.
There are TVs for watching sports etc and seamed a popular bar.
The owner and the staff were very friendly.
Dress Code: Very casual.
central santa ponsa is busting at the seams with pubs and clubs and i have not been to one bad one yet !! do a pub crawl highly recommended if your on the tear with mates or if you are a young couple if your on a family night out there are plenty of traditional irish music bars with live music every night of the week
Dress Code: whatever your comfortable in !!
They do karoke here plus have acts on , my advice miss kareoke and turn up at 12.00 to see the acts they don`t start before that but all the music played before is the same every night you can hear it down the street ,same old songs.
Dress Code: Any thing goes in here but at night not sure if you could get away with swimming cossies.
The nightlife here is quite lively....there are plenty of bars and one which specialises in cocktails (very nice!). They generally don't open until late and stay open until the early hours of the morning! The nightlife is generated in the main center where all the resturants are. Be warned, there are touts, when we first got there we didn't notice them, and thought that it was great but the second night we were hounded by them!!!
Dress Code: There is no dress code really - anything goes (well it did in the bars we went to!)
This is a fantastic bar with a great atmosphere to get you in the mood for a great night of drinking & singing karaoke. The bar staff are so friendly & helpful & the DJ is great, puts on any songs you request without a problem.
The bar prices are good too, 2 Euros for a pint of lager & 2-3 Euros for any bottles drinks such as WKD etc.
Lots of cocktails & Shots to choose from too.
Live Karaoke is a great laugh after a few drinks along with doing the Cha Cha Slide dance with everyone on the dancefloor. The dj also throws out free T-shirts.
Dress Code: Anything goes, wear whatever you like. Smart Casual etc.
palma nova is completely stuffed full with night clubs especially in the magaleuf district. Be wary of club reps approaching you in the street and trying to get you into their club. Also check your change carefully as the staff in this area regularly try to cheat you.
Even though I have selected family they also do an adults only night!
I'm sure every body has heard of this lots of dancers put on pirate costumes and put on a really amazing show. not only are these people reallt ace dancers they are also really good acters and are funny as well. On the night your table get a jug of sangria and what I can only really describe a traditional pirate food! Yum!
Dress Code: There wasn't really a formal dress code. Mostly dress nicely and tops must be worn at all times.
the pubs/bars in palma nova, are plentiful, some little clubs, pubs with good music, other more quieter pubs for relaxing on front, and also some cocktail bars...... for more adventurous we walked to Magaluf, although it was good, i thought it was overated.....and we walked back along the beach., only about 1/2 hour walk......
Dress Code: anything goes......
Not really a must see I think, but we had a short look at the German quarter in S'Arenal...so for those who need to speak German and who can't live without a Schnitzel and a Mass beer this is the "Deutsche Eck".....
Horrible I would say.....
The beach itself didn't made such a bad and crowded impression on us.... I'm sure that you also can find a good hotel at the Platja de Palma... But mind the German area!
Dress Code: None, I think.......
The strip in Magaluf is where all the clubbers head for. Great bars and nightclubs for about a mile. All the bars have guys and girls outside trying to tempt you in with free drinks and tickets to the clubs !
Along the beach in Ca'n Picafort there are so so many bars and pubs and restaurants, and most of them look more or less the same.
You get German beer in most of them, and some cocktails, and German and British pub food.
Probably the best place of all is the bar Jamaica. They have Reggae playing all day long, staff are wearing clothes in Jamaica colors, and all cocktails come with sparklers!!
Food nothing special, prices okay (cocktail around 4 Euro)