The Mallorca Guide
Experience life on an island, the Balearic Islands to be precise. Relax on the beach, wander through the stone streets and maybe hike up a mountain for breathtaking views.
When it comes to nightlife, Mallorca has something for everyone. Visit the old town for cocktails and tapas, or head to the Marina to dance all night.
A foodies dream… Featuring Michelin restaurants, coastal bistros, and chefs. Inspired by their grandma’s old recipes, as well as innovative dishes to share the taste of Mallorca.
Tribe's Mallorca key facts
The vibe – A bit of everything from budget to luxury.
The talking points – Stunning beaches followed by nights to remember.
Currency – Euro €
Airport – Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI)
Language – Spanish
Famous for – Wine
Most famous resident – DJ Sammy (Music Producer)
As you probably know, Magaluf is one of Europe’s top party destinations. Home to venues like Boomerangs, Tokio Joes, Mambos, Linekers and Ocean Beach Club.
With a population just under 4000, what this party town lacks in size; it sure makes up in spirit. Magaluf is approximately a 30 minute taxi journey from Palma airport, Take a trip to discover Magaluf’s beach and night markets.
Palma, just 10-15 minutes from the airport. Home to party playground Pacha, Hard Rock Cafe, Tito’s, Bar Cuba and La Demence. This capital city is home to the magnificent harbour, Cathedral, and the Gothic Quarter. But if it’s shopping you’re into, there are plenty of boutiques.
Mallorca by Day
If you leave Mallorca without going to at least one beach club, did you even go to Mallorca?
Wherever you’re staying you’ll be close to a beach club and they are well worth going to. Soak up some Mediterranean vitamin D with daiquiri in hand living the life of luxury, or dance until the sun goes down at some of the best beach clubs in Europe.
There are tons of water sports to choose from on most beaches in Mallorca. Or if you’re feeling a little more adventurous get yourself down to one of Mallorca’s three waterparks to really cool down – Western waterpark in Magaluf is a popular option.
Explore the beauty of the island. Mallorca is genuinely the overlooked gem of the Mediterranean. Most people don’t know about its secret beaches, Roman ruins and sought after coastal routes. So get adventuring – Mallorca style.
Mallorca by Night
The first thing that comes to mind when “Mallorca” and “Nightlife” are said together? Magaluf of course.
If you’re looking for a night on the town, cheap drinks, good music, causing havoc with your best ones… You need to get yourself to Magaluf, whether you’re staying for the whole hog or joining your mates just for the night.
A permanent fixture on the strip, Banana’s Club won’t disappoint with performances from some the biggest names in house music. Or, head to the Carwash not to wash your car but for their famous foam and paint parties.
The distance between Magaluf and Palma is just a 25-minute drive. So, if you fancy a change of scenery hop in a taxi and get yourself to Palma. From lavish cocktail bars, celeb-endorsed eateries, to swanky beachfront clubs, Palma is a must, on the island.
Palma’s coastline is something out of this world, and where you can find Playa D’en Portixol, Playa D’en Illetas, and Palm city beach – check them out.
Head to Magaluf’s number one daytime venue, sat right on the beach you’ll discover Oceans Beach Club. Take a look at the Mediterranean sea as you sit back in your own private king size bed, sipping exotic cocktails. But it’s not all beautiful views and luxurious beds, Oceans Beach Club is known for the incredible pool parties.
If it’s a quieter adventure you’re after, explore the night markets and Gothic Quarter. You can pick up quality souvenirs, then grab a bite to eat from one of the many gorgeous restaurants Palma has to offer. The Santa Maria Cathedral is pretty impressive in the moon light too.
Hotels in Mallorca
Whether you choose to stay in the hustle bustle of Mallorca’s main holiday resort, Magaluf, or it’s picturesque capital city, Palma, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to accommodation.
Whether you’re after a budget accommodation, a 5 star hotel or your own villa for the week, Mallorca’s got you. Most budget apartments have their own kitchenette and cooking facilities to help you save some pennies, and if you want to spend a little more you can get your own pool for the holiday.
Looking for something a little more tame? The BH hotel’s vibes are relaxed during the day, but the venue hosts live gigs, not once, but twice weekly!