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What's on this Halloween 2019 in Mallorca

Celebrate the spookiest night of the year on the island

Featured in: | Ana Hernández, Mallorca Editor | Published
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Traditionally, Mallorcans would celebrate All Hallows' Day ('Tots Els Sants') instead of All Hallows' Eve. People would visit the local cemeteries and bring fresh flowers to their dead.

However, the Halloween craze reached the island a few years ago and it's only growing stronger each year. Nowadays, you can find scary themed parties along with more traditional celebrations.

These are our hand-picked events for the spookiest night of the year.

Haunted house visit

Visit a Haunted house at Scream Farm between October 31st and November 17th. Agroturismo Ca Na Susi has been transformed into an eery location in honour of All Hallows. Tickets start at €25 and include access to the haunted house, a pitch dark experience in the cursed forest and a zombie paintball attack.

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Kid's Halloween parties

The spirit of Halloween will invade Mallorca’s biggest theme park. Between October 31st and November 3rd, Katmandu Park will be transformed into a haunted house, and a trick-or-treat experience available at expedition golf. A Halloween party will of course take place on Halloween itself. Expect face painting, costume contests, a Zombie Disco and much more. A fun day out for the whole family to enjoy. Tickets can be purchased online. 

Palma Aquarium returns with their legendary sleepover with the sharks. October 31st is for children only and November 2nd for parents accompanying children. The event includes a Halloween themed dinner, a costume contest, storytelling, activities, anecdotes about sharks and breakfast the next day. Tickets cost €50 per person (adults and children) and must be reserved in advance on the website. 

The Brain Factory located on Palma’s Paseo Mallorca will be hosting a fun Frankenstein Escape room for Children between the ages of 5 and 10 years old on October 26th and 31st, and on November 1st. It’s €13 per session but there are limited places, so don’t miss out by grabbing the tickets online.

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Spooky shows

The internationally famous theatrical phenomenon Son Amar will be putting on a special Halloween Family performance on October 31st at 19.00, with tickets available for just €15. For adults only, there will be an exclusive Halloween showing of Vampirika, where various packages will be available ranging between €15 and €165 per person. Tickets can be purchased from the website. 

Pirates presents Pirates Reloaded Halloween Mash-up, an evening with plenty of tricks and treats for the whole family to enjoy on Thursday, October 31st from 17:30. Alternatively, the Pirates adult-only GRINGOS Halloween rave-bingo night with prizes, on-stage audience dance-offs, tequila and much more could be tempting for the over 18s. Ticket prices vary depending on the package, please check out the website for more.

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Scary nights out

The island’s capital city of Palma is where you will find a good night out for Halloween. Most bars and clubs will be taking part in some Halloween fun and frolics but here are some of our top picks. 

Palma’s Beatnik Restaurant & Bar within the Puro Hotel are hosting a Heaven & Hell party between 22:00 and 02:00 on October 31st. Tickets cost €45 or €39 for residents and include an open bar, but need to be purchased in advance from their website. On the same night, the Social Club Mallorca are hosting a Hip Hop Halloween with DJs Hazhe & Dela Crem hitting the decks. Tickets are €18.50 including entry plus 1 drink and can be purchased from the website.

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Film fright night

There’s nothing like a horror film to get your fright on! Film lovers looking for a Halloween thrill can enjoy a 10-hour film marathon at Cinesa in Mallorca Fashion Outlet this Halloween. Ocimax Palma will also be doing their own horrific Halloween Special so, between the two, there should be something to tickle your fancy.

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Nit de les Animes

Palma's local associations are trying to recuperate the island's traditional All Hallows' Eve festivities. On Saturday, November 2nd head to Sa Riera Park for a true Mallorcan celebration with demon parades, typical sweets, live music, lots of entertainment for children and even a guided tour of the local cemetery at night.

No All Hallow's celebration is complete without trying one of Mallorca's traditional 'Tots els Sants' sweets. Bunyols, which are usually prepared for the 'Nit des Verges' festival in October, are also eaten on November 1st, usually filled with custard, chocolate or cream. But the most unique 'Tots Els Sants' gourmet creation on the island is the 'Rosari ensucrat'. These sweet necklaces are created with edible beads made of marzipan, sugar frosted fruit, chocolates and small cakes and hung up around the island's bakeries. Tradition says that godparents give them as presents to their godchildren.

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For the perfect Halloween night out, book your table at one of the island's restaurants and enjoy the atmosphere.

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