Summer is almost here. Finally, summer is almost here. It’s time to start looking forward to letting your hair down and partying in the hottest destinations.
Gather up your friends, pick a destination, splurge on a holiday shopping spree and get ready for a week of sun, sea, sand and the best nightclubs Europe has to offer. We’ve crunched the numbers; we’ve scoured the listings and done our search of the very best hotels and resorts to bring you our rundown of where to find the biggest party this summer.
Here is our rundown of Europe best clubbing destinations.
If we’re talking about a summer party then there is no better place to start than the Balearic Islands. Our first stop on these islands is, of course, Majorca and Magaluf. The island’s clubbing capital has certainly not disappointed when it comes to its 2018 line-up.
The masses will flock to Magaluf staples of BCM Planet Dance, Boomerangs and Tokio Joes but if you want to see the biggest acts in dance, RnB and EDM then Stage at BH Mallorca is the place to be. The hotel is the home to the Notorious Open Air Arena – the biggest of its kind on the island – and can boast a line-up featuring Steve Aoki, Tinie Tempah, Craig David, Armin Van Buuren and David Guetta.
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We can’t leave the Balearic Islands without mentioning the granddaddy of the clubbing world – Ibiza. As Majorca grows in popularity, naturally Ibiza has upped the stakes with a host of big name events in the some of the most iconic nightclubs on the planet.
As always David Guetta’s renowned F*** Me I’m Famous will be lighting up Pacha throughout the summer and while the 2018 line-up is tightly under wraps last year’s version saw the likes of Afrojack, Martin Solveig and JP Candela play to the masses. Amnesia has sets from Pendulum while Craig David will be bringing his TS5 Pool Party to Ibiza Rocks Hotel.
Should you need something extra during the day then there is a huge amount of boat parties leaving Playa d’en Bossa every day of the week.
The Greek islands are known for their tranquil scenery, fascinating mythology and ancient ruins but they certainly know how to party in the Aegean Sea. Zante is the go-to destination and is receiving a lot of love this year as many holidaymakers are swapping the Balearics for this Mediterranean hotspot.
As night falls, the town comes alive with favourites such as Cherry Bay Beach Club, Waikiki Night Club, Zero’s and the super club Rescue packed to the rafters. Make sure to book your tickets for VVIP’s Yacht Party and to see some of the biggest acts around at Pure Pool Bar.
Photo courtesy of Malta.com.
It may not have the same gravitas as the powerhouses of Majorca and Ibiza but Malta is steadily being recognised as a popular alternative to the Balearic Islands. If you want a slice of the best nightlife the country has to offer then head to Paceville and St Julian’s.
The port town is the glowing neon light of Malta and is home to Sky Club – the country’s largest indoor club which can accommodate over 3,000 partygoers. Enjoy laidback vibes at Havana, dance till dawn at Plush and take in some pretty special views at Level 22, this is a clubbing destination that is ready to surprise you.
Photo courtesy of Ocean Club Marbella Facebook.
How about a summer party dripping in glamour? Then there is only one place you should be heading to – Marbella. Welcome to the playground of the rich and famous where you can wander into a club and spot movie stars and models at every turn.
Naturally, you will be drawn to the buzzing nightlife of Puerto Banus where both Tibu and Pangea are only a short stroll from the marina. However, if you don’t come to Marbella and don’t experience the legendary pool party at Ocean Club you’re missing out. Book yourself into the VIP decks and enjoy a slice of the celebrity life.
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