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Magaluf Attractions

So what is there to do in Magaluf and Calvia? Well the general principle is, if you've got money in your pocket you're never more than a few minutes away from a major tourist attraction.

Older children in particular will enjoy racing around the kart track on the outskirts of the Magaluf, near to the Aquapark. They're Open every day from 10am to midnight in high summer, and for the rest of the year it's 10am to sunset. Contact details are:
Karting Magaluf
Cami de Sa Porrassa
Magaluf
Telephone: +34 971 131 734
Web site: www.kartingmagaluf.com

The Western Park on the edge of the resort is a giant waterpark with death defying slides, thrilling rides for older kids and some tamer ones for the toddlers. They're open every day May to October from 10am in the morning to 6pm in the evening, but do close during the cooler winter months for general repairs and refurbishment of the park. Contact details are:
Western Park
Carretera Cala Figuera Sa Porrasa 12-22
07182
Magaluf
Telephone: +34 971 131 203
Fax: +34 971 131 193
Web site: www.westernpark.com

The House of Katmandu is an enormous, upside-down Tibetan-style mansion which seems to have fallen straight out of the sky. Visitors move through a series of rooms as the House tells the story of its owner, Kilgore Goode. A rugged adventurer on a life-long quest for a legendary red jewel, Kilgore’s strange tale involves an ancient monk, a mysterious sherpa, a magnificent mermaid princess and most illusive of all, the yeti – a legendary, large-footed snow beast of the Himalayas. Starting in the warehouse, visitors will learn the legend of these characters as their self-guided tour takes them through the Galley of Plunders, the Workshop of Wonders, the Library of Illusions, Katmandu Valley, the Genetics Lab, the Chamber of Pain, and finally, the Cave of Shivers. All the while, the adventure unfolds around every corner as the suspense builds to the inevitable yeti encounter. For more information on opening times and admission prices, their contact details are:
The House of Katmandu
Avda Pedro Vaqer Ramis 9
07182
Magaluf
Telephone: +34 971 134 660
Fax: +34 971 681 649
Email: administracion@houseofkatmandu.com
Web site: www.katmandupark.com

At the rear of the House of Katmandu is the 4D Experience extreme motion cinema. With 6 rides to choose from this unique cinema experience with it's specially designed seating and special effects - plus special dimensional glasses - place you in the middle of all the action. Contact details are:
4D Experience
Avda Pedro Vaqer Ramis 9
07182
Magaluf
Telephone: +34 971 134 660
Fax: +34 971 681 649
Email: administracion@houseofkatmandu.com
Web site: www.katmandupark.com

One of the most popular evening attractions with all nationalities in the south of the island is the Pirates Adventure (Els Pirates), which is based on the outskirts of Magaluf. It takes the form of a Dinner/Show with a pirate theme, and has short dialogues in English throughout. The season commences early April and runs through until the end of October, with performances most evenings. In addition to the family show, there is also a special late night adults only "Pirates Uncut" performance. Contact details for more information and bookings for either show are:
Pirates Adventure
Carretera la Porrassa
Magaluf
Telephone: +34 971 130 411
Fax: +34 971 130 083
Web site: www.piratesadventure.com

Pickles Ballroom and Dance Studio are based at the Hotel Voronova in Son Caliu district of Palma Nova. They have a regular programme of dance tuition including modern ballroom, latin american, salsa and the newest craze for which no partner is required called latin-in-line. The ballroom is owned and run by Ian Pickles and his dance partner Rebecca Andrews, who are both from England, and they welcome both dancers and non-dancers to their studio offering special rates for holiday makers who want to learn to dance in a friendly and informal atmosphere. Contact details for more information are:
Pickles Ballroom and Dance Studio
The Hotel Voranova
Calle Voranova 6
07181
Palma Nova
Mallorca
Email: info@ballroomdancemallorca.com
Web site: www.ballroomdancemallorca.com

Although Palma is less than 20 minutes away by taxi from the centre of Magaluf, and is also both the commercial and cultural centre of Majorca, the depth of history, culture and nightlife there often takes visitors by surprise. The easiest way to "see Palma in a day" is by the Number 50 sightseeing bus, which runs on average every 20 minutes throughout the day, and takes in all the major sights of the city. In common with most City Tour buses around Europe, you can hop on and off the bus at any point, and tickets are valid for a 24 hour period. The total journey time for the round trip is 1 hour 20 minutes. For more information their contact details are:
Telephone: +34 902 10 10 81
Fax: +34 902 10 10 28

Golf Fantasia in nearby Palma Nova, is set amid waterfalls, caves and tropical gardens, and is without doubt one of the best mini golf courses in Majorca. There is a choice of three very different 18 hole courses, although you will be allocated a specific course on buying the ticket in an attempt to minimise waiting time during play. This attraction becomes very popular during high season with most of the major tour operators running trips here from all over the island. They are open every day throughout the year from 10am to 2am the following morning. Contact details for more information is:
Golf Fantasia
Calle Tenis 3
07181
Palma Nova
Telephone: +34 971 135 040
Fax: +34 971 680 392
Web site: www.golffantasia.com

Just along the coast from Palma Nova at Portals Nous, is one of the most popular family attractions on the island Marineland. Here you will find performing dolphins, sealions, and parrot shows throughout the day. As far as we are aware these are the only captive dolphins on the island, and frequently we are asked "can we swim with them?". Again as far as we are aware, the answer is sadly no. During the show a number of small children are picked at random to be pulled around their pool in a small inflatable dinghy, but outside of the show times the public are not allowed access to these beautiful creatures. Opening hours are:
April to September: from 9am to 7pm
October to March: from 10am to 6pm
A visit to Marineland is often included in all of the major tour operators organised day trips, and it can become very busy during the peak season. For more information their contact details are:
Costa d'en Blanes, Ctra. Palma-Andratx km 10
Telephone: +34 971 675 125
Fax: +34 971 675 554
Web site: www.marineland.es

Certainly not for the faint hearted is the Magaluf Bungee Rocket Human catapult. They're only open during the summer months and can be found on the Calle Punta Balena in Magaluf. Telephone either 696 271 938 or 670 290 784 for more information and bookings.

Not really an attraction, but certainly an amenity worth knowing about, is the Hire Centre in Magaluf. They offer a full range wheelchairs and mobility scooters for hire and offer a free delivery within a 10km radius of the resort. In addition to mobility products, they also offer a range of cots, highchairs, baby walkers and buggies for hire. Contact details are:
Avda. S'olivera
Magaluf
Telephone: +34 971 131 910

Whether you want to spend a couple of hours on the water, or even a whole day, the Annette Rosenkilde and her crew are sure to give you a time to remember. With sailings from the pier at the Torrenova end of the Playa Son Matias in Palma Nova, visitors to the south west of Mallorca can experience both full and half day trips, as well as a romantic sunset BBQ cruise sailing onboard a traditionally rigged vessel that was originally designed and built for trawling in the Baltic Sea. Contact details for more information please see their website at:
www.mallorcaboat-trips.com

Situated on the Avinguda de l'Olivera in Magaluf, "Escape Rooms" is one of the newest attractions in the area. Each of the two rooms provide an interactive experience where teams race against time to escape from a locked room by finding clues based on various scenarios to solve live puzzles within 60 minutes. Contact details are:
Escape Rooms
Avda. S'olivera
Magaluf
Telephone: ++34 620 01 73 11
www.facebook.com/escaperoomsmagaluf

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