The nightlife In Majorca, although not as legendary as Ibiza’s thumping super clubs, still attracts hoards of party hard revellers intent on squeezing out every last drop of energy from their sun scorched bodies before returning home to the daily grind of work.
Being the largest of the Balearic Islands means that the island of Majorca offers more diversity and is not all crammed into one or two resorts, which in itself attracts a more diverse crowd of holidaymakers.
Where is the best Nightlife in Majorca?
The island’s capital city of Palma and the infamous resort of Magaluf, although offering many other excellent activities and attractions, are by far the most popular when it comes to the type of nightlife that continues until dawn. The most famous of these late night venues is the iconic Pacha. Pacha first opened its doors on the island of Ibiza way back in 1967, and such was its popularity, went on to open a further venue in Majorca. This was originally located in the famous nightlife area of Paseo Maritimo in Palma, then moved to the resort of Palmanova where it now entertains the party people of Palmanova as well as neighbouring Magaluf.
Pacha & BCM, Planet Dance
Although a fabulous club, Pacha’s fame on Majorca has a lot to do with its age and the fact that it has a sister club in Ibiza. So, when it comes to nightlife in Majorca, the top prize has to go to BCM Planet Dance, the largest club on the island and ranked 5th best nightclub in the world. If you like your music loud, BCM have recently invested in the most expensive sound system on the planet, the crazy cool 125,000W Funktion One Sound system.
Bars & Romantic Nightlife
Nightlife in Majorca is not just about clubs though. For some, booking a private table right on the beach and enjoying a romantic candlelit dinner under the stars is their nirvana, and others may be content with bingo and a bit of karaoke in one of the island’s family friendly bars. Whether you’re dancing the night away in the Banana Club in Alcúdia, boogieing on down in Cala Ratjada’s Disco Bolero, or simply taking a stroll along a beach promenade, there is nightlife in Majorca to suit all tastes and age groups.