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Magaluf (; also spelled Magalluf, ) is a major holiday resort on the Spanish island of Majorca, primarily catering for the British and Scandinavian package holiday market. Magaluf is in the municipality of Calvià and is situated within a group of towns, primarily Torrenova and Palma Nova. The main airport of Majorca is approximately away from Magaluf.

Swedish pop artist Orup sang about the resort in 1992 in the song "Magaluf". English punk band, The Toy Dolls, wrote I had enough o' Magaluf.


The resort comprises three main beaches, popular for their white sand: Majorca Beach, Magaluf Beach and Palma Nova Beach. These beaches are lined with small bars and tourist shops backed by hotels. The largest tour companies include Thomas Cook and Thomson. The resort caters for both young parties as well as families, with peak season during July and August. The winter season (November through March) sees the population of Magaluf dive to 4.355 local residents, with most, if not all, resort and package-based hotels closing their doors. Neighbouring Palma Nova is more popular with families. This resort is wellknown for its 18-30's holidays.

In the 1980s, the family reputation of the resort changed as the growing culture of lager louts, binge drinking and the problem of violence became an issue, however in the 1990s the town was said to have been "cleaned up" and...
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